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Milwaukee expanding to Milwaukee

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Milwaukee Tool announced an expansion of its corporate operations in Wisconsin with an investment of more than $30 million to purchase and renovate a vacant 333,000-sq.-ft. building in downtown Milwaukee.

The Milwaukee building will act as an extension of the company’s global headquarters in Brookfield, Wis. The company expects to have at least 1,210 employees at this location within the next three years.

“Over the past ten years we’ve grown at an incredible rate, not just across the country and the world, but also at our global headquarters in Wisconsin,” Steve Richman, president of the Milwaukee Tool Group, said in a statement.

“By extending our corporate presence into downtown Milwaukee, we are poised for continued growth. As one of the largest employers in Southeastern Wisconsin, we’re thrilled to expand our presence in the city, as we continue to attract, retain, and recruit from a diverse pool of local talent.”

For more, visit www.milwaukeetool.com.

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