Spectrum Resources plans move to new Muskego building

New Berlin-based Spectrum Resources Inc. plans to move from New Berlin to a new building that it plans to build in Muskego.

The company plans to build a 60,000-square-foot multi-tenant industrial building in Moorland Commerce Center West, which is located southwest of College Avenue and Moorland Road, north of GE Healthcare distribution center in Muskego. The building will be constructed on a two-ace site that is currently occupied by three houses.

Spectrum Resources, a printing solutions provider that also offers warehouse and distribution services, will occupy about 27,000 square feet of space in the building. The firm currently occupies about 16,000 squarse feet of space at 2800 S. 166th St. in New Berlin, said company president Larry Surges.

The rest of the space in the Muskego building will be leased to other tenants. The firm is in talks with a tenant that would lease 25,000 square feet and another tenant that would lease 8,000 square feet, Surges said. He declined to name those firms.

Spectrum Resources currently has 18 employees and plans to add 6 more next year to its sales force and for its warehouse services operation, Surges said.

Brookfield-based Briohn Building Corp. will design and build the building for Spectrum Resources.

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