Eden’s Gueligs Waste Removal and Demolition LLC awarded two Foxconn projects

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EDEN – Gueligs Waste Removal and Demolition LLC of Eden was awarded two contracts last week to conduct initial demolition work in the Foxconn project. According to a press release from the Village of Mount Pleasant, all 20 bids received for th two available contracts were from Wisconsin companies, with the Eden-based company submitting the lowest bids for both — $387,000 totaL
Started in 2000, the company offers dumpster rentals, demolition, waste removal, custom wood chipping and grinding, colored mulch and a transfer station for roof shingles, recycling and garbage, according to its website.In addition to Gueligs Waste Removal, four subcontractors from Milwaukee, Kenosha and Racine counties will also take part in the project as part of the bid, according to the release. “We look forward to taking another major step in preparing for construction of Foxconn’s Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park,” said Claude Lois, project director for the Village of Mount Pleasant in the press release. “In keeping with our commitment to Wisconsin First, the awarded team includes five Wisconsin-based companies, as well as a women-owned enterprise.” Guelig Waste Removal stated that it was unable to comment on the contracts.
The initial demolition process will include razing and removing all structures, out buildings, flat work, driveway aprons; filling all basements, crawl spaces and excavated areas with approved granular material; landscape restoration; traffic control and erosion control in properties on Braun Road. A total of 23 land parcels along Braun Road to be demolished are included in the bid award. Gueligs Waste Removal is not the only local business taking part in the Foxconn project. In early May, Brownsville-based Michels Corporation was announced as one of 27 businesses in-state subcontractors selected for the first of phase of Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park’s development that resulted in $100 million in contracts.
The Foxconn plant “will produce ultra-high-definition flat screens equipped to process the lightning-fast 5G internet connections that are expected to be rolled out in the next few years,” according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The Office of the Governor states that the facility will be one of the “largest manufacturing campuses in the world,” at 20 million square feet. It’s projected to employ 13,000 people once open, with 22,000 “indirect and induced jobs” created throughout the state. A total of 10,000 people are estimated to work on the project, with 6,000 jobs supported indirectly during the process. While $10 billion in capital investment is required, at least $7 billion is expected in economic impact on the state annually.
Annually generated state and local tax revenues are expected to be $181 million, according to estimates done by Ernst & Young provided by the governor’s office.
Sarah Razner, FDL Reporter

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