InPro Corp. plans to build a new two-story, 29,810-square-foot office building at its Muskego headquarters campus.
The company needs additional office space, said chief executive officer Phil Ziegler. The new building will provide space for two of the company’s departments, but the corporate headquarters will remain in the main office building on Apollo Drive, he said.
“The headquarters is going to stay where it is,” Ziegler said.
The company has not determined what departments will be moved to the new building. The relocated departments will open up space that will be filled by additional sales staff, Ziegler said.
“As we’re growing our sales force we want to keep them all together,” he said.
Eventually about 80 employees will work in the new building, Ziegler said. Initially about 35-40 will be moved there.
The company, which has about 435 employees in Muskego, manufactures door and wall protection, wall rails, washroom surrounds, internal signs and curtains for health care facilities, hotels, educational institutions and for commercial spaces. The company also makes expansion joint systems for buildings.
The new office building will be built at the southeast corner of Janesville Road and Mercury Drive, just north of InPro’s existing seven-building campus in Muskego.
The new building will be built on a two-acre site currently occupied by three homes, which will be demolished.
There will be a 94-space surface parking lot in front of the new building, according to plans submitted to the city of Muskego.
Construction is expected to begin in late spring or early summer and should be complete in the spring of 2015.