Flakes of light spring snow drift through the open skylight onto a dank concrete floor.
Dave Vos picks his way over glass, ceiling chips and inch-deep water in his black loafers through cold, cavernous rooms that once pulsed with machinery.
Hundreds of people worked in Proximity Print Works when the collection of buildings was one of the largest Cone Mills fabric printing plants in the nation.
But that’s precisely what the Madison, Wis., company does across the country.
The Alexander Co., with Vos as the project manager, will begin in June turning the 1913 mill into the Printworks complex. Here’s what is being planned.