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Foxconn Awards 37 Contracts for $10B Campus

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

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Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group recently announced that it has awarded 37 more contracts for its $10 billion campus project in Racine County, Wisconsin.

Six of the 37 companies are based within the county, five are based in the town of Waterford (which is in Racine County) and 10 more are based elsewhere in the region.

“Today’s announcement reflects Foxconn’s continued commitment to a ‘Wisconsin First’ plan by working with companies all across the state,” said Louis Woo, Special Assistant to Foxconn Founder and CEO Terry Gou.

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Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group recently announced that it has awarded 37 more contracts for its $10 billion campus project in Racine County, Wisconsin.

“We are proud all of these companies have Wisconsin operations, and it is good to see that many are from Southeast Wisconsin, as well as some from the Madison area, the Fox Valley and West Central Wisconsin. Part of the reason we selected Wisconsin is the quality of workmanship we find here. We look forward to our continued partnership with companies here as we invest $10 billion and create 13,000 jobs that will pay an average of $53,875 annually.”

The Project

In April, Foxconn named Providence, Rhode Island-based Gilbane Building Co. (which has a Milwaukee office) and global firm M+W Group (Stuttgart, Germany) as its lead contractors on the 20 million square feet of building space that will eventually house a flat screen manufacturing complex and employ 13,000 people.

Earlier this month, $14 million worth of contracts were announced for a 120,000-square-foot multipurpose building, which will serve as a construction office for those working on the project at large and will also be home for research and development.

Though financial terms haven not been disclosed, the most recent batch of companies includes:

  • Aerial Specialists Inc.—Lift and Equipment Rentals (Racine, Wisconsin);
  • Airflow Inc.—HVAC Equipment (Milwaukee);
  • Arrow Marine Transport Inc.—Trucking (Kenosha, Wisconsin);
  • ASC Pumping Equipment—Fire Protection Pumping Equipment (Richfield, Wisconsin);
  • Builders Hardware—Hollow Metal Doors, Frames, Hardware Supplier (Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin);
  • Carlson-SRS Langer a Joint Venture—Roofing (Racine, Wisconsin);
  • Dickow Cyzak Tile Company—Ceramic Tile (Kenosha, Wisconsin);
  • DK Contractors—Excavation (Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin);
  • E3 Group—Commissioning and Design Services (Milwaukee);
  • Halquist Stone—Decorative Stone (Sussex, Wisconsin);
  • Hiram Power—Lighting Supplier (Racine, Wisconsin);
  • HVA Products Inc.—Gas Unit Heaters and Air Curtains (Mequon, Wisconsin);
  • Ideal Crane—Crane Rental (Madison, Wisconsin);
  • Jasperson Sod Farms—Landscape Supplier (Franksville, Wisconsin);
  • Johnson Controls International—Temperature Control Systems, Equipment (Milwaukee, Wisconsin);
  • Johnson’s Nursery—Plant Material Supplier (Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin);
  • Kevco Inc.—Caulking (New Berlin, Wisconsin);
  • KMI Construction LLC—Masonry (Brookfield, Wisconsin);
  • Lange Brothers Woodwork Company, Inc.—Millwork Supplier (Milwaukee);
  • Mariana Plants—Plant Material Supplier (Kenosha, Wisconsin);
  • Midwest Construction Materials, Inc.—Rebar Supplier (Stoughton, Wisconsin);
  • Milwaukee Plate Glass—Aluminum Windows and Entrances (Milwaukee);
  • Mortl Restoration Inc.—Caulking, Patching, Washing (Wauwatosa, Wisconsin);
  • Ozinga—Concrete Supplier (Kenosha, Wisconsin);
  • Paul Reilly Company—Overhead Sectional Doors (Mequon, Wisconsin);
  • Postorino Decorating Inc.—Painting and Staining (Racine, Wisconsin);
  • Precise Contractors Inc.—Excavation (Brookfield, Wisconsin);
  • Professional System Analysis, Inc.—Test and Balance (Germantown, Wisconsin);
  • Red Cedar Steel Erection Inc.—Steel Erection (Menomonie, Wisconsin);
  • Scott’s Pressure Washing Services—Final Panel Washing (Muskego, Wisconsin);
  • SiteOne Landscape Supply—Irrigation Material Supplier (Mequon, Wisconsin);
  • Systems LLC—Loading Dock Equipment (Germantown, Wisconsin);
  • Vyron Corporation—Make Up Air Units (Waukesha, Wisconsin);
  • Werner Electric—Electrical Switchgear Supplier (Appleton, Wisconsin);
  • Witte Supply Company LLC—Landscape Supplier (Burlington, Wisconsin);
  • Wolter Power Systems (Division of Wisconsin Lift Truck Corp)—Generator Supplier (Brookfield, Wisconsin); and
  • YUTKA Fencing—Fencing (Kenosha, Wisconsin).

Impact & Further Meetings

The Milwaukee Business Journal reports that the massive project is spurring new job-training activity by local industry officials.

The Building Industry Group Skilled Trades Employment Program recently opened a new training center at Gateway Technical Collage’s Racine Campus to help train potential local workers.

Gilbane reportedly worked with the group during its last big Wisconsin project, a downtown tower for Northwestern Mutual.

Foxconn has to meet job creation benchmarks in order to receive $3 billion in tax breaks—a deal that has been a source of controversy for the project—and according to an analysis, the plant will add about $51 billion to the state’s gross domestic product over the 15 years that the state will pay Foxconn incentives.

The Journal Times reports that a second round of informational sessions is being held for companies that want to learn more about becoming involved in the project.

Hosted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, Gilbane Building Company and M+W Group, the two sessions will take place on Aug. 1 at Gateway Technical College’s SC Johnson iMET Center.

   

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