MUKWONAGO — Mukwonago could fill
its industrial park with two more tenants in the near future after
Village Board members engaged in a closed session discussion with an
electronics manufacturer, as well as a builder at a special Village
Board meeting Wednesday night.
Briohn Building Corporation inquired about constructing an
approximately 125,000 square foot building; however, the letter of
intent from the builder does not disclose what business they would
build for, said John Weidl, village administrator and economic
TouchPad Electronics LLC, a Wisconsin-based circuit board
manufacturer and design team, is also looking to expand its facility
in the village’s new industrial park, Weidl said. Their proposed
building could be as big as 20,000 to 25,000 square feet, Weidl
TouchPad Electronics LLC currently owns a facility at 421 McKenzie
Road in Mukwonago.
Although these deals were discussed in closed session, the Village
Board did not take action on either of the deals, Weidl added.
“The board didn’t say no to either one they just said go gather more
information and bring it back,” Weidl said.
In late February, the village locked in a $1.05 million deal with
Malcolm, a California-based specialty foundation contractor. The
company purchased a 9.6 acre parcel where they will construct a
15,000 to 20,000 square foot building.