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Gusmer Enterprises is building an addition in Waupaca. The commission approved it, with Commissioner Alan Kjelland abstaining from the vote. The site plan review does not have to go before the common council for approval. The project at Ware St. The company anticipates starting the demolition of the old warehouse section before the end of this month and then starting work on the footings and foundation the first week of August, according to Steve Nieland, who is the director of product and process development at Gusmer Enterprises.
He said the addition will match the existing construction, incorporating the white architectural metal wall sheeting and blue decorative metal mansard.
The two-story office facility will have a partial basement, Walker said. The expansion of the manufacturing, lab and warehousing space will include a three-station dock area on the east end of the building. The parking lot at Gusmer Enterprises will also be extended to allow for the number of new employees the company plans to employ, Walker said.
Gusmer Enterprises projects adding an additional 15 to 20 employees within the next three years, Walker said. The positions are expected to cover a few departments, but primarily to be focused on manufacturing roles, with some professional positions, Chris Gusmer said.
The company currently has approximately employees at its Waupaca facility and is running most of its operations 24 hours a day, seven days a week, he said. Walker said the target is to have the building envelope completely enclosed by Dec.
They plan to have temporary occupancy in the warehouse by the end of December, with final occupancy by early March, Walker said.
The project will also include upgrading the landscaping and installing a monument sign on the property. That project was a manufacturing lab for the filter products it makes for the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to that, the last major outdoor expansion at its Waupaca site was around The business was founded in by Aage Gusmer to serve the brewing industry.
It has four locations in the United States. Harold Johnston founded the Waupaca location in as Filter Materials to manufacture Filtermass, a cotton filter pulp used primarily to filter beer. Gusmer purchased an interest in Filter Materials in and bought the remaining stake in A Flavor of the Future: Technology and Trends at Flavorcon Day 1 Nov 14, On Nov.
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The multi-million dollar project is being driven by continued manufacturing business growth across multiple product lines and markets, said Chris Gusmer, the company’s executive vice president.
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