Justin Schmitz

Equipment & Shop Manager

Office: Fond du Lac, WI

Focus: Providing all Commonwealth construction jobsites with the necessary equipment and tools for daily operations. In addition, Justin also oversees the purchasing, selling, tracking and maintaining the fleet of company vehicles and equipment.

Experience: A native to the Fond du Lac area, Justin managed a local lawncare/landscape business for seven years, prior to managing the lawncare division at Commonwealth for four years. Stepping away from that role, he took on a different position in the automotive industry, where he spent three years as a sales representative. Even though he enjoyed that, he found his way back to Commonwealth, where he’s been for the past three years!

Impressive Facts: Strive to ensure every that every jobsite has the right equipment and materials to operate successfully and finish on time or ahead of schedule.

Fun Stuff: Justin enjoys spending time and traveling the world with his family. He loves biking, camping, deer hunting, 4-wheeling and hiking and anything else in the great outdoors! Justin also enjoys woodworking projects, house renovations, restoring vehicles and Green Bay Packer games!

Commonwealth is: like a second family to me…I worked for Commonwealth for many years, took some time away to follow another passion with the automotive industry, but eventually came back to the place and people I truly enjoy working for!

News/Happenings

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Solid Rock & Commonwealth Unveil Housing Plan

On January 24th, Solid Rock Christian Center, Community Development Corp. and Commonwealth Development presented the idea of bringing…
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Commonwealth has been extremely professional and courteous to the staff and the residents still living in our facility. They exceeded our expectations during the construction project as well as during the renovation of a 1923 school. Both projects have turned out to be beautiful and successful for our community.

Nancy McKenzie, Executive Director , Rhinelander Housing Authority