By: Chris Mambu Rasch, Executive Director, Building Advantage
As a developer, you have the vision for what a space could be and access to capital to make it happen, but sometimes obstacles can get in the way of your vision. Building Advantage and our partners are the answer to getting your project financed, staffed, constructed, and completed. We’ll work with local, state, and federal officials to help you win support and approval of your project, and assist with securing financing.
By Chris Mambu Rasch - Executive Director, Building Advantage
(414) 897-1146 | buildingadvantage.org
In an increasingly competitive environment for workforce talent, building in Milwaukee is key to your company’s talent recruitment strategies. Whether you’re looking to kickstart, expand or relocate a business, Milwaukee offers something for every company. Our skyline is changing to support our culture, residents, and businesses, including several fortune 500 companies based in our region.
Great spaces recruit great people. Building your business in Milwaukee position’s your organization to compete for the best talent. Milwaukee’s union trades and contractors have built many of the region’s landmark office spaces like Komatsu’s harbor district campus and the Northwestern Mutual Tower. Regardless of your project’s scope, we have the right experience to make sure your project is delivered on-time and on-budget.
Trusted union trades are the clear choice to build or renovate your project. With an emphasis on safety and training, union tradespeople get the job done right the first time. Ultimately, our experience and efficiency will maximize your return on investment. Building Advantage was created by the Construction Labor Management Council of Southeast Wisconsin to promote the benefits of hiring union affiliated contractors and trades. We are comprised of thousands of tradespeople, hundreds of contractors,
and five management associations.
If you’re considering building in the greater Milwaukee region, reach
out to us. We’re here to address your questions about partnering