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From the Ground Up: Opfer Communications Inc.

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Owner/developer: Scott Opfer
General contractor: Bailey Co.
Architect: Wells & Scaletty LLC
Engineers: Wells & Scaletty, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 4,288 square feet
Estimated cost: $650,000
Lender: Liberty Bank
Estimated completion date: Dec. 29
Project description: Opfer Communications owner Scott Opfer is expanding an 8,500-square-foot property to include more production space for his direct consumer-marketing firm. Opfer said his business moved into the South Meadowbrook building in October after he agreed to lease the company’s former building to television station KRBK-TV, which was named the local Fox affiliate last summer. According to Opfer.com, the company specializes in TV marketing and facilitates more than $1 billion in consumer product sales for its clients.   

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