By: Eric Wynn, General Manager Southeast Wisconsin, Findorff
In 1975, Findorff made a commitment to the Milwaukee community and southeastern Wisconsin. Fast-forward 47 years, we are proud of our Milwaukee roots, and continue to evolve our footprint and commitment here. Not only have we developed who we are in the 414, but our presence and resources beyond the city have grown – notably those in the M7.
We are equally as proud as we are thankful for the relationships we’ve developed with those in the M7 regions and the landmarks we’ve been a part of building. The continued development and growth in these areas is remarkable. Many of the relationships forged years ago remain and continue to prosper today, representing Findorff’s long term commitment to surrounding communities.
Continuous efforts led by the Milwaukee 7 Development Partnership have been and will continue to be essential in prospering a healthy development and business environment throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Findorff made the pledge that we will do what it takes to build up our communities to help our cities and people thrive for many more years to come.
From schools in Waukesha and Ozaukee County to residential living in Milwaukee County, banks in
Walworth County to parking structures in Kenosha County, community pools in Racine County to manufacturing spaces in Washington County – Findorff builds with one top priority: the people who live, work, and play in these facilities.
Thank you to our partners, the M7, and communities who continue to put their trust in Findorff. The
past 75 years in Milwaukee have been something special to look back on, and the next 75 are going to
be even brighter.