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August 31, 2018

Foxconn Wisconn Valley Science & Technology Park Development Video

The heart of Foxconn's $10 Billion investment in Wisconsin will be the 3000-acre Wisconn Valley Science & Technology Park in Racine County. This video is a great look at how the property will evolve into a global technology ecosystem in the coming years. #wisconnvalley

Foxconn Goes Vertical: Ceremony Marks the First Walls Going Up

8.31.18, After weeks of clearing and pushing dirt, the first vertical panels for a multipurpose building have been placed on the Foxconn Technology Group project area in Mount Pleasant.

Foxconn Going Vertical

Foxconn Breaks Ground on Wisconsin Valley Science and Technology Park

6.28.18, Foxconn formally broke ground on the Wisconsin Valley Science and Technology Park in Mount Pleasant. The groundbreaking was marked with a ceremony featuring President Donald J. Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Governor Scott Walker. To see what some local leaders said about the groundbreaking, click here.

Foxconn Information Session for Racine County Contractors

Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave invites all contractors, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and service firms focused on construction to attend an information session with M+W | Gilbane on the Foxconn project and how to get involved. Following the Racine County contractor information session, M+W | Gilbane will be holding a Pre-Bid Conference and Matchmaking Session for Bid Release 2, which includes the core and shell work for a Multipurpose Building of approximately 90,000 square feet. Advance registration is required.

When: Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

Registration and Check-in - 8:00am

Information Session - 8:30-9:00am

Where: SC Johnson iMet Center, 2320 Renaissance Blvd., Sturtevant, WI 53177  Register Here

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$1 Million "SMART CITY, SMART FUTURE" Competition

Foxconn Technology Group announced a “Smart City, Smart Future” initiative in which the company will partner with higher education institutions statewide to seek out the best new ideas for the development of smart connected cities and systems throughout Wisconsin. Foxconn is committing $1 million over the next three years to this initiative, with the goal of tapping talent at public and private universities and colleges.

Subcontractors, Vendors, Suppliers, Professional Services Firms Registration

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