WEST BEND -
West Bend will continue as
the home base for Delta Defense LLC as the company eyes another
evening the city’s Plan Commission will consider plans for a new
Delta Defense headquarters on Corporate Center Drive.
to commission documents, the proposed development would retain
57 full-time jobs already in the area while adding another 133
jobs over five years.
anticipated investment value for the development is between $13
million and $15 million on the approximately 36-acre site.
Noskowiak, CFO of Delta Defense, said the company chose West
Bend in part because of its history with the community. He said
more than 50 employees and their families call the city home.
Noskowiak also said that Delta Defense CEO Tim Schmidt has lived
in the area more than 15 years.
hoping to grow further and bring and attract more people into
the area,” he said.
Sadownikow said Delta Defense is a good example of both the
American Dream and the “West Bend Way.” He said the city is good
at attracting small, entrepreneurial start-ups and hopes those
businesses stay here when they expand.
Defense) could be located any place in the country and we’re
proud they chose West Bend,” Sadownikow said.
Defense, with its current headquarters in the old Museum of
Wisconsin Art building across from the West Bend Community
Memorial Library, announced earlier this month it planned to
build a new headquarters facility.
was just one of the communities the company considered at the
Defense offers membership to the U.S. Concealed Carry
Association as its primary product.
Commission members meet 6 p.m. tonight at City Hall, where they
will also consider a site plan for Old Settlers Park
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