WAUKESHA - Next
week elected officials and company executives will lift ceremonial
sledgehammers and begin the demolition for a vast renovation at
Wildeck Inc. The company also intends to hire up to 100 people in
the next four years, said Hubert Schlegel, director of marketing for
undergo a total renovation of the facility at 405 Commerce St.,
which is anticipated to be completed next spring, Schlegel said. All
offices will be remodeled, walls will be taken down, bathrooms will
be replaced and an empty mezzanine will be converted into office
It’s also part
of Wildeck’s strategic plan to hire up to 100 people during the next
four years, Schlegel said.
employee-owned Wildeck has been in business for 39 years. Its parent
company is Holden Industries Inc. Joe Haas, CEO of Holdren
Industries, will be present for the celebration Wednesday morning,
along with Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly.
plan is to be doubling in the next four years,” Schlegel said. The
company currently employs about 140 to 150 people and has hired new
staff in recent month. Future employee additions will be in all
departments at Wildeck, a manufacturer of vertical lifts, mezzanines
and work platforms.