The former DMV
building on South West Avenue has found new life as the home
of ENSA, a rescue training company.
Charles Auer/Freeman Staff
WAUKESHA - The old DMV building on West Avenue has
undergone a transformation into a rescue training
facility for wind, telecom and general industries.
Now, Safety Assured) began offering training at 400 S. West Ave. in
Waukesha on Dec. 14.
Director Rob Siegel said the interior of the building was worked on
first and soon the parking lot will be filled with practice towers
and apparatus. The DMV vacated the building in fall 2010 when it
moved into a newly built building at 2019 Golf Road. The building
had served as the DMV for 27 years.
A friend of
Siegel’s bought the former DMV building, which he said was in
“pretty darn bad shape.” Essentially the interior was gutted except
for two offices. A storage room was converted into a server room.
The courses ENSA
offers training on are wind, telecom, general industry and
construction, suspended platform, rope access and manufacturer