Manufacturing will break ground on its new headquarters
in Germantown on Wednesday.
MENOMONEE FALLS — Dielectric
Manufacturing will break ground on its new headquarters on
The new facility will allow it to significantly enhance its plastic
and metal parts production efficiency and expand its capacity by
constructing a new 100,000-square-foot plant and headquarters in
The new facility will replace its Menomonee Falls location. Ground
will be broken for the project Wednesday with an anticipated spring
“Our business has grown significantly over the last several years,
putting us close to capacity at our current location,” said Mike
Esser, president and CEO, in a statement. “A new facility will not
only let us continue to meet the expanding needs of our customers
for years to come, but also will give us the opportunity to create a
highly efficient production flow.”
The company, formerly known as Dielectric Corp., machines and
fabricates metal and plastic components and assemblies for a wide
variety of companies, including Fortune 500 businesses. It serves a
spectrum of industries including health care equipment, aerospace,
defense industry vehicles and vessels, food processing, power
distribution, and agriculture.
About 28 acres of land was acquired for the new building by the
Esser family corporation, which will retain just over 13 acres for
the Dielectric Manufacturing operations, according to the
announcement. The remaining acreage is being offered for sale to
support other development.
“The closeness of this property to a U.S. Highway 41/45 interchange
was a key factor in making the purchase,” Esser said. “Our current
facility is similarly close to the highway, and we wanted to retain
The building will include space for offices, production, quality
control and warehousing.
The current Dielectric facility will be offered for lease or sale
after it is vacated next summer.
The company’s facilities in Waupaca, which operates as Centerline
Machine, and in Lake Mills, Iowa, will remain operational.