DeLeers Construction, Berners-Schober team up for Séura’s Green Bay facility renovation

Séura renovated its Green Bay facility, with the updates including a 100-percent footprint expansion, new manufacturing capabilities to triple production capacity and interior layout and design enhancements.

DeLeers Construction of DePere was the contractor for the project and Berners-Schober of Green Bay led the design. 

The lobby includes a massive, pixelated reproduction of “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” by Georges Seurat, whose work influenced both the Séura name and design philosophy.

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There is now also a gallery with a collection of Séura’s products, including a weatherproof outdoor TV, a lighted mirror, a TV mirror and the a new Séura Smart Mirror, which is first of its kind to integrate an interactive voice and touch enabled digital experience into the bathroom vanity.

The newly designed facility also pays tribute to partners that contributed to Séura’s growth by naming conference rooms and collaboration spaces after various projects, such as the Mondrian Hotel, the Charles Hotel, Lambeau Field and Brooklyn Pier.   

Séura also added new types of work spaces to accommodate the company’s team with new flexible meeting spaces, a product design lab, and conference rooms for company meetings and events.

Séura—a technology company that designs and builds Smart mirrors, TV mirrors, outdoor TVs and lighted mirrors—was founded in 2003 by Tim and Gretchen Gilbertson.

Photo credit: Séura

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