Want to get your brand in front of customers and deconstruction clients? Get involved with Milwaukee’s deconstruction movement! Walk the talk by sponsoring WasteCap’s newest division: Harvest Built.
With the announcement of Milwaukee's deconstruction ordinance paired with a booming reuse economy, WasteCap has decided to rebrand its deconstruction management and salvage services, retail store operations and new do-it-yourself series. However, in order to ensure a successful expansion, WasteCap needs your help.
Sponsor Harvest Built and show your customers that you care about preserving Milwaukee’s rich history, creating jobs and supporting sustainable building practices. Not only will you demonstrate your commitment, but you'll also cash in on genuine advertising opportunities.
Milwaukee’s deconstruction ordinance is changing the way we view our buildings. Let Harvest Built change the way your customers see your organization!
Sponsorship is the most cost effective way to guarantee your brand will be seen by Harvest Built customers - and your potential clients.
Annually, the retail store is visited by over 8,000 patrons. With warehouse opportunities starting at $500, you could pay less than $0.10 per impression.
Department Sponsorship - $500 Each
Department Sponsorships are available for the following departments:
Each Department Sponsorship is available for $500 and includes:
Warehouse Signage Sponsorship - $15,000
Work Apparel Sponsorship - $15,000
Work Tool Sponsorship - $10,000
Note: WasteCap also accepts tool donations. If the retail value of the tool donation exceeds the sponsorship price, the company will be a Work Tools Sponsor
Worksite Signage Sponsorship - $15,000
Truck Sponsorship - $50,000
Do-It-Yourself Tool Kit Sponsorship - $10,000
Note: WasteCap also accepts tool donations. If the retail value of the tool donation exceeds the sponsorship price, the company will be a Do-It-Yourself - Tool Kit Sponsor
Do-It-Yourself Series and Workshop Sponsor - $30,000
The Harvest Built division encompasses deconstruction management services, salvage services, retail operations and new do-it-yourself series coming in 2018.
As of January 1, 2018 the City of Milwaukee has implemented an ordinance requiring one to four unit residences built in 1929 or earlier to undergo deconstruction rather than demolition. Harvest Built's Deconstruction Management team expertly guides projects through the deconstruction process ensuring they receive the fullest tax-deduction benefits while meeting ordinance specifications.
When a full scale deconstruction isn't economically feasible or preferred, Harvest Built can perform salvage services. Salvage offers similar economic and environmental benefits to deconstruction, but on a smaller scale.
WasteCap’s Architectural Salvage Warehouse is open to the public. It serves as a prominent resource for homeowners, artists, designers, builders and architects alike. The warehouse boasts a selection of old growth lumber, antique hardware, vintage fixtures and architectural components.
New in 2018, DIY attendees will receive personalized step-by-step guidance through a unique project they will complete and take home. This series will take place three times throughout the year with a new project and focus each time.