Officials with Johnsonville Sausage on Tuesday celebrated the near completion of a $36 million, 122,000-square-foot production facility that is nearly twice the size of a former plant near Watertown’s downtown that was destroyed by fire in May 2015.

During the down time, employees logged nearly 10,000 hours with community organizations, including Rock River Rescue Foundation, and completed 9,745 hours of coursework in critical core manufacturing, English as a second language and general math and computer classes.

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