Success Stories

Waukesha County is a premier place to locate, conduct and grow business, and we’re so glad these companies recognized that and chose to invest here.

Affordable Housing Development Comes to Life in Lannon

In August, father and son duo, Art and Kevin Sawall of Sawall Development, broke ground on Rock Pointe Village in Lannon, Wisconsin. The new development will boast nearly 300 town home style apartment units at an affordable rate.A VISION FOR OPPORTUNITYWhile managing developments in Sussex, Art and Kevin noticed that, unfortunately, there were a lot […]

Paul Davis Restoration

Size of project: 100,000 sq ftCapital expenditure: $500,000Expected job creation: 120 As a contractor specializing in cleanup of fire and water damage, as well as restoration and remodeling services, Paul Davis of Southeast and Fox Valley, Wisconsin is a locally owned and operated franchise. After starting on Milwaukee’s north side in 1990, the company moved to the south […]

Brelie Gear

Size of project: 36,800 sq ftCapital expenditure: $3.3 millionExpected job creation: 15 Brelie Gear is a full-service manufacturer of fine and medium pitch spur and helical gears, worms and worm gears. Brelie’s existing facility in Milwaukee had gone through several additions, its flow was not optimal, and the site did not allow for future expansion. […]

Super Products

Size of project: 171,000 sq ftCapital expenditure: $15 millionExpected job retention/creation: 110/40 Super Products LLC is a leading manufacturer of vacuum trucks for a variety of municipal and contractor applications. In 2018, local leadership at Super Products began the search for shovel-ready sites that could accommodate its need for a large industrial building to include […]

Super Products comes to Mukwonago

Super Products LLC broke ground on their new headquarters in the Town of Mukwonago in April 2019. The Waukesha County Center for Growth helped them select this site.

We all scream for ice cream

Denali completed a major addition to its plant on Calhoun Road in New Berlin in 2017, but soon needed additional capacity. The Waukesha County Center for Growth met with Denali to assist in identifying potential sites and facilities.