WisDOT grant to support road improvements around Kroger’s $112 million project in Pleasant Prairie

Fulfillment center to open in 2022 following completion of road project

Bots operating on a grid in a Kroger fulfillment center. Photo courtesy of Kroger.
Bots operating on a grid in a Kroger fulfillment center. Photo courtesy of Kroger.

A new 350,000-square-foot, $112 million Kroger fulfillment center in Pleasant Prairie is being supported with a roughly $950,000 grant from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Gov. Tony Evers announced Monday. The new Kroger grocery distribution center, being built east of 88th Avenue and south of Bain Station Road, could employ as many as 700 workers

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