Stormwater Solutions Engineering LLC, announced this week that it will occupy space in the Global Water Center, which is being developed in a seven-story, 98,000-square-foot, 106-year-old Walker’s Point warehouse at 223 W. Pittsburgh Ave., Milwaukee.
Stormwater Solutions Engineering is a civil engineering firm specializing in drainage design, comprehensive store water management planning, flood control, hydraulic analysis, conveyance design and integrated site design.
“As we celebrate our Tenth Anniversary, we have been very fortunate to have been able to steadily grow our business across Wisconsin,” stated Carrie Bristoll-Groll, Principal Civil Engineer for Stormwater Solutions Engineering. “Looking ahead we believe that by relocating our office into the Water Council’s building we will be able to expand our market further, benefit from a very unique ecosystem of innovation and have direct access to some of the young talent entering the water industry.”
Expected to open in early 2013, the Global Water Center will house water-related research activities for universities, existing water-related companies, the Water Council, and companies promoting business development and accelerator space for new, emerging water-related companies. Other tenants in the building will include A.O. Smith Corp., Badger Meter and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
“We will see a great benefit to adding Stormwater Solutions Engineering into our building as they bring a unique expertise at solving water management issues,” stated Dean Amhaus, President & CEO of The Water Council. “I am confident that their presence will add to the dynamics within the building and I hope that we will help them by raising their visibility.”