Changes at DCEDC

The Door County Business Development Center (DCBDC), the small business incubator operated and managed by the Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC), welcomes a new/old client, Chapman Technical Services, to the facility, while saying goodbye to Phoenix Drafting, which has relocated.

Chapman Technical Services has returned to Door County after three years in Erie, PA, where founder John Chapman re-established a defunct shipyard. Chapman Technical Services is a provider of technical support and surveys for the marine industry. Services are available from concept, planning and development of a project through construction and service life. Projects included are new build construction, remodeling/conversions, survey and repairs. ([email protected])

Phoenix Drafting, a residential drafting company offering services to contractors and homeowners, has become a home-based business while owner Kim Kasten continues her education. Drafting services include new homes, additions, remodels, site plans, decks and garages. ([email protected])

The DCBDC currently has 4,200 sq ft of light manufacturing space immediately available for rent. Much of the available space is dividable to accommodate the needs of any size or type of business. Eligible clients include new or young companies looking for support to get a strong start in business.

For more information regarding the available space in the DCBDC, located in the Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park, contact Mary Paitrick, DCEDC Operations Manager at 920.743.3113 x202 or [email protected].