Ingeteam groundbreaking is today

A groundbreaking ceremony is being held this morning to celebrate the start of construction of a 140,000-square-foot manufacturing center for Bilbao, Spain-based Ingeteam Inc. in the Menomonee Valley in Milwaukee.
Production is expected to begin in the facility in January of 2011. Eventually 275 people will work at the facility, which will be used to manufacture generators and converters for wind turbines and solar power inverters.
Oconomowoc-based MSI General Corp. was hired to design and build the facility.
The Ingeteam facility will be located in the Menomonee Valley Industrial Center, an industrial park that was created by the city on a site at the west end of the valley, near Miller Park, that the city acquired from Chicago-based CMC Heartland Partners in 2003. The city spent millions to clean up and attract development to the industrial park. When first created, the Menomonee Valley Industrial Center had 60 acres available for private development. With Ingeteam’s purchase of 8 acres for its facility, there are now only 12 acres still available in the MVIC.

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