Paul Davis company moving to City of Pewaukee

By Freeman Staff

Jan. 22, 2019

Paul Davis of Southeast and Fox Valley plans to construct a 100,000-square-foot, two-story headquarters in the City of Pewaukee’s Northmound industrial area during the spring.
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CITY OF PEWAUKEE — As its operations continue to grow in the Milwaukee area, Paul Davis of Southeast and Fox Valley will move its offices to the City of Pewaukee off Interstate 94.

Paul Davis is a provider of fire and water damage cleanup, restoration and remodeling and was started in 1990. The company plans to break ground on the new 100,000-square-foot, two-story headquarters in City of Pewaukee’s Northmound industrial area during the spring.

The project and architecture, permitting and approvals, building construction, buildout and tenant space is a partnership entity with Paul Davis and Briohn Building Corporation in Brookfield.

Brady Chuckel, president of the Paul Davis office, said more than 100 of the current employees and 70 vehicles will be housed at the City of Pewaukee facility.

“The expansion of the company’s footprint and capabilities will focus on future success and what is done in the present with prudent planning and a hiring focus to attract professional tradespeople, skilled technicians, administrative support, and sales and marketing specialists, among others,” reads Friday’s announcement.

Paul Davis of Southeast and Fox Valley plans to construct a 100,000-square-foot, two-story headquarters in the City of Pewaukee’s Northmound industrial area during the spring.
Submitted rendering

Plans for the headquarters include education and classroom space, a specialized and updated remodeling department plus showrooms. Functions that are currently in multiple buildings will be housed in one facility to create greater efficiencies, improve collaboration, and offer areas for future growth, according to the release. Enhanced technology will be placed throughout the facility for training, collaboration, and operations.

“We are designing the new location for growth within each of our work departments and for enhanced business opportunities,” Chuckel said in a statement. “For example, our drivers and technicians will work from a centralized interior truck bay for loading, unloading, and resupply of company vehicles, and access to provisions for greater staging of large loss, catastrophe work and rapid response needs,” he said. “Also, the clean, organized flow will serve as a showpiece to potential clients, showing that Paul Davis is uniquely suited to care for their homes, offices and contents.”