The Waukesha County Center for Growth is working with our partners in economic development and local, state and federal government to stay current on the programs that are being approved and implemented to assist businesses as we move toward recovery. We want to provide information about the financial assistance programs that are being developed in [...]
Size of project: 36,800 sq ftCapital expenditure: $3.3 millionExpected job creation: 15Brelie 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. Brelie [...]
The Center for Growth received $3,450 in donations from various companies in order to support buses for the annual Kids Building Wisconsin - Waukesha Expo. We were proud to supply buses for 21 middle schools attending the event. School districts were given the opportunity to apply for a bus reimbursement through the Center for Growth [...]
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 [...]
Pam Bliss, Founder & Director, Everyday Bliss Yoga + Massage As a single parent struggling with chronic respiratory issues, Pam Bliss decided it was time to seek new treatment options. After years of various medications, frequent doctors appointments, and unplanned hospital stays, she knew she couldn’t continue taking care of herself or her son in [...]
Gov. Tony Evers, together with senior leaders of Milwaukee Tool, local government officials, and regional economic development officials, today announced that the company will be expanding its footprint in southeastern Wisconsin with a new campus in Menomonee Falls.
Published by the Waukesha Freeman. View the full article here. WAUKESHA — A $2-million, revolving-loan fund aimed at helping Waukesha County businesses should be ready to start processing applications by the end of the year. Dubbed the Generating Resources in Waukesha County or GROW Fund, the account was first established this spring by the Waukesha [...]
The Village of Mukwonago held its third annual Economic Development Summit on August 14th at Mukwonago High School. Several businesses and organizations had displays and participated in networking prior to the program, including the Waukesha County Center for Growth.
The $2 million Generating Resources and Opportunity in Waukesha County (GROW) Fund was created by the Waukesha County Center for Growth this year to give businesses access to financial resources, while allowing contributing banks to meet federal lending guidelines.
Unite Utility is an underground construction contractor that specializes in the installation of fiber optic mainline.