Northwestern Mutual announced nearly five dozen companies on
Wednesday that had joined the design and construction team for
the Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons, a 32-story, 1.1
millions-square-foot development to be built over the next three
years near Milwaukee’s lakefront.
Botcher, head of Northwestern Mutual’s downtown campus
development project, stressed the inclusion of various Milwaukee
companies on the list of new hires.
one, we said we needed the community and our fellow businesses,
especially local companies, to be a partner in this process,”
County firms included in the released list were:
Berlin: B&D Contractors and United States Alliance Fire
Waukesha: Boelter, LLC and JWC Building Specialties, Inc.;
Menomonee Falls: Choice Construction, Inc., Con-Cor Company,
Duew Metal Products, Inc., Hurt Electric, Inc., LaForce, Inc.
and Staff Electric Company, Inc.;
Sussex: E.R. Abernathy Industrial, Inc. and Tremmel Anderson
Pewaukee: Hetzel-Sanfilippo, Inc. and Klein Dickert Milwaukee,
Inc.; from Brookfield: Hiram Power Electric, KMI Construction,
LLC and PL Freeman Company, Inc.;
Lannon: Rams Contracting Ltd.;
Oconomowoc: Valente Transport Inc. and Vizcaino Trucking, Inc.
companies hired to work on the Northwestern Mutual Tower and
Commons will perform jobs ranging from foundation, architecture
and building automation, to plumbing, electrical and mechanical
of the Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons is scheduled for
completion by the end of 2017. The site is currently being
prepared for vertical construction that is expected to begin in
February, when crews undertake a 24-hour concrete pour, the
largest continuous pour conducted in the state of Wisconsin.
completed, the project is expected to preserve 1,100 downtown
jobs while adding 1,900 new ones.