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The former real estate and construction executive found himself in the ... The firm’s website boasts of having the largest stone showroom in Wisconsin at 3,500 square-feet. Builders, designers, homeowners and marble aficionados can check it out at ...

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Keystone ended up being the perfect fit“This is one opportunity where I intuitively understood the product.” The firm’s website boasts of having the largest stone showroom in Wisconsin at 3,500 square-feetBuilders, designers, homeowners and marble aficionados can check it out at 3225 NPierce Stby appointment. Wiegman noted that the marketplace for countertops can be quite confusing and the firm has a real role to play in helping customersUsing the example of the increasingly popular Carrara marble, Wiegman revealed that their showroom has 50 to 100  variations of just that product, and Keystone needs to be able to educate their customers on what to pick“We help them make good decisions not only about design, but their own lifestyle,” he explained. Lloyd Pickart founded and operated Keystone for the past 20 yearsIn a statement, Pickart said: “It was important to me to find an owner who truly understands the high standards of our customersI knew that Wiegman, backed by the existing team of highly capable managers and skilled fabricators, would quickly gain the trust of our customer base.” Pickart will continue to operate Keystone Exterior Finishes. Wiegman declined to disclose a purchase price for the business, but city records indicate he paid $290,300 for the building at 3225 NPierce Stin December. Photos If you think stories like this are important, become a member of Urban Milwaukee and help support real independent journalismPlus you get some cool added benefits, all detailed here. (function() { var params = { id: "8f89c276-450f-49c6-ad53-a003fbd149f4", d: "dXJiYW5taWx3YXVrZWUuY29t", wid: "44494", cb: (new Date()).getTime() }; var qs=""; for(var key in params){qs+=key+"="+params[key]+"&"} qs=qs.substring(0,qs.length-1); var s = document.createElement("script"); s.type= 'text/javascript'; s.src = "" + qs; s.async = true; document.getElementById("contentad44494").appendChild(s); })(); Eyes on Milwaukee HUD Awards $240,000 to Local Group Feb 13th, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene StRita Square Development Advances Feb 12th, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene State Moving Downtown Offices Feb 9th, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene

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