Tech company selects contractors for downtown innovation center


GREEN BAY – Foxconn Technology Group is moving ahead on its plan for a downtown innovation center, albeit in a smaller form than was originally pitched.

The Taiwanese company on Monday announced it has hired two companies, DeLeers Construction, and ISG, an engineering firm, to begin work on the second floor of Foxconn Place Green Bay, known locally as the Watermark building, where Pine Street meets the Fox River.

The companies will develop plans for a 4,800-square-foot work space, significantly smaller than the company’s initial plan to fill the building’s entire second floor.

Kevin Vonck, economic development director for the city, said the additional business center will help activate downtown even if it is smaller than initially projected. 





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