Kenosha County Economic Development

Nevada developer planning $226 million industrial park at Pleasant Prairie power plant site

Development would take up 198 acres of land where the now shuttered We Energies plant sits A Nevada developer is […]

Recycling company plans Pleasant Prairie operation

Louisville, Colorado-based recycling company AMP Robotics Corp. plans to establish an operation in an existing facility at 9501 80th Ave. in Pleasant Prairie. […]

Kenosha County continues to be the hotspot for new development

Sometimes you have to look back at where you’ve been to see how far you’ve come. I’ll admit that maybe […]

Balcan Innovations increasing planned job number for Pleasant Prairie facility

Company now expecting 80 employees at site A $400,000 Transportation Economic Assistance (TEA) grant provided by the Wisconsin Department of […]

Mayor confirms major heart of Kenosha projects ready to rise

Major projects in the heart of Kenosha will soon rumble to life as major redevelopment projects get going. Kenosha Mayor […]

Developer plans 424 housing units on Kenosha County country club site

The Maplecrest Country Club in Kenosha County could become a neighborhood with 424 single-family homes, townhomes and duplexes under a […]

Centrisys/CNP Wins Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award

The Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award is the highest recognition for excellence in manufacturing in the state. Centrisys/CNP, a […]

8 manufacturing trends in 2022

Manufacturers are operating in two competing realities. With the exception of a few sectors, the industry overall is experiencing a […]

Curbell Plastics relocates from Chicago to new, larger facility in Pleasant Prairie

Curbell Plastics, Inc., a nationwide supplier of plastic sheet, rod, tube, tapes and fabricated parts, has recently moved its Chicago […]