Northwest Wisconsin companies invited to informational session on how to bid for work during Foxconn construction.
Representatives from construction management firm and WEDC to provide updates on construction opportunities available to businesses statewide
We’re excited to announce the kickoff of Foxconn’s Industrial Construction Work at Wisconn Valley Science & Technology Park with information sessions scheduled throughout the state. The event for the northwest region will be held on:
• April 12th, 2018
• 1:00PM to 3:00PM
• Douglas County Government Center, 1316 N. 14th Street, Superior, WI 54880
SUBCONTRACTORS – VENDORS – SUPPLIERS – PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRMS FOCUSED IN CONSTRUCTION SHOULD ATTEND
Construction-related businesses looking for details on how to become vendors, subcontractors, suppliers or professional service providers during the construction phase of the Foxconn project in Racine County are invited to attend. Hosted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), Visions Northwest, and M W|Gilbane, the professional construction manager on the project, the meetings are designed to assist construction-related companies in understanding the nature of the project and the procurement process.
At the meetings, construction-related businesses will receive information regarding the process for submitting bid proposals, standard terms and conditions related to the project, basic construction information, and a preliminary construction schedule for Phase One of Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park. Representatives from WEDC and M W|Gilbane will be on hand to answer questions about the Foxconn project and the opportunities available to Wisconsin companies.
Please attend to learn more about the project and the process for procurement by registering for the event. Registration is required and can be done at https://wisconnvalley.wi.gov/Pages/General-Info-Sessions.aspx
by locating the registration button for the Superior event. In addition to Superior, there are several other sessions scheduled across the state throughout April – dates and locations can be found at the site listed above.