Seen as a great complement to a planned new car dealership on Loomis Road, Morgan's Collision Repair received the green light from the Muskego Plan Commission Tuesday night to build a new auto repair facility.
The business will feature a 5,660 square foot building that will house a paint booth, wash bay and areas for estimating and repair on a nearly 2.5 acre parcel. The business will face the across Highway 36, which many on the commission saw as a good complement to that business.
Nathan Laurent, project manager with Keller Architects, which is constructing the building, said they hoped to get started with building by June 2012, and complete it by the end of September. Keller is also in charge of Frey's construction plan, which Laurent said will have a similar schedule.
The proposal goes to the Muskego Common Council for final approval on April 10.
The commission also approved a plan by to add outside sales of plants and landscaping materials on a seasonal basis. The plan includes two temporary greenhouses run by Holtz Garden Centers, and will be run from April 15 to July 15.