Kaman Industrial Technologies Corp. will move from its current location on the northwest side of Milwaukee to a new 27,596-square-foot facility that will be built in Richfield.
Kaman Industrial Technologies Corp., a division of Bloomfield, Conn.-based Kaman Corp., will move from its current location on the northwest side of Milwaukee at 8220 W. Sleske Ct. to a new 27,596-square-foot facility that will be built at 2340 Richfield Parkway in Richfield. The building will be constructed on a 3.3-acre site in the Endeavor Business Park, which is being developed by Helsan Development Company LLC.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the project was held Tuesday. The developer for the project is Appleton-based Rollie Winter & Associates Ltd. The general contractor is Keller Inc. The new facility is expected to be complete on Jan. 31.
Kaman is a distributor of industrial parts including bearings, power transmission, electrical, material handling, motion control, fluid power and accessory products to customers in a variety of industries. The company also provides services such as engineering and design support for electrical, linear, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, as well as belt and rubber fabrication, reducer build, hose assemblies, custom modifications, repair services, fluid analysis and motor management.
According to a news release, Kaman chose to move to a new facility to support the growth of its engineered rubber products services. The company has more than doubled its rubber products output in the last four years. The plans include the addition of a second shift as production increases.