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Larkman Construction purchased warehouse and office space on two adjacent sites in Raymond, 12000 Highway G and 1596 122nd St. The company provides a variety of utility services and is one of three companies licensed for manhole work in Wisconsin.

Larkman Construction’s owner, Stacy Potter, was able to finance 90 percent of the purchases by utilizing the Racine County Revolving Loan Fund, provided by services through the Business Lending Partners in partnership with Commerce State Bank. Evan Gilmore, Vice President of Commercial Lending State Bank, now oversees the loan provided to Potter.

“Increasing the services we provide also meant increasing the space we need to operate,” said Potter. “Moving to Racine County allowed us to consolidate our operations and increase efficiency, while also leaving space for us to grow.”

As a result of the move and the financial help provided, six new jobs will be available.

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