W.T. Walker Group Inc., based out of Milwaukee, is expanding the Walker Forge facility in Clintonville.
The $25 million project will create 86 jobs. W.T. Walker Group, Inc., will receive $636,000 in tax credits from the Economic Development Tax Credit Program from the Department of Commerce (Commerce).
“We are committed to grow in Wisconsin, and we are very fortunate to have great employees and tremendous customers who provide our company so much opportunity to grow in the future,” said W.T. Walker Group, Inc. President Willard Walker.
“On behalf of the entire City of Clintonville we are pleased that Walker is again expanding in our community,” said City Administrator Lisa Kuss. “The Walker Family and its employees are an incredible asset to our City. I would also like to thank our elected officials who supported this project via our Tax Increment District and Industrial Revenue Bonds.”
W.T. Walker Group, Inc. is a manufacturing company that produces forgings for various industries including agriculture, military, construction, energy, transportation, and recreation. The company will invest $25 million to construct and equip a 46,000-sq.-ft. addition to its facility in Clintonville.