WAUKESHA — Another company with
Waukesha County ties has been selected to work on Foxconn Technology
Group’s massive Racine County project.
PSI Intertek, with a Waukesha location, was selected for materials
testing for foundations and related construction.
PSI Intertek was one of three prime subcontractors based in
Wisconsin that were announced Wednesday to work on the Gen6 advanced
manufacturing facility at the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology
Park in Racine County.
The three subcontractors, PSI Intertek, CD Smith Construction of
Fond du Lac, and Otis Elevator Company of Milwaukee, will all start
work on the foundations of the Gen6 advanced manufacturing facility.
CD Smith Construction will be responsible for excavation and
concrete foundation work and Otis Elevator Company will do elevator
The contracts, which carry a combined total contract value of nearly
$13 million, represent the first awards for vertical construction of
the Gen6 building.
“Foxconn is very excited to announce the first awards for the
vertical construction of the Gen6 advanced manufacturing facility —
the heart of the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park,” said
Peter Buck, executive director of the Wisconn Valley Science and
Technology Park, in a statement. “We’re proud to be delivering on
our ‘Wisconsin First’ commitment by awarding these contracts to
outstanding Wisconsin-based companies. These are the first of many
forthcoming bid awards for the vertical construction of our advanced
manufacturing facility, and we’re excited to drive further the
construction progress at the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology
Park in the coming weeks and months.”