The Village of Mukwonago Opens New 40+ Acre Business Park

The new 40+ acre business park will offer prime access to interstate 43 and is located in the southeastern node of the Village on highway 83 (location). Gearbox Express has already taken advantage of the opportunity to relocate its Mukwonago operation (click here to read more). The rapidly expanding wind turbine gearbox manufacturer will move into a new 82,500 square-foot facility located on 10 acres in the southwestern portion of the business park. The Village is currently entertaining proposals for the construction of additional manufacturing facilities.

Total expenditures are projected at $2.2 million, and that capital will provide infrastructural improvements needed to attract and retain business in the Village. Kunkel Engineering Group provided engineering consultation during the parks design phase and creation. The following is a list of infrastructural improvements that can be anticipated:

  • Municipal water extension of 3,480 Linear Feet
  • Sanitary sewer extension of 1,965 Linear Feet
  • Street extension of 1,100 Linear Feet

Additional amenities include a regional storm water management pond, extension of private utilities (electric, natural gas, and cable), street lighting, and improvements to the highway 83 intersection.

The new business park is just one of the many ongoing developments that the Village has conceptualized and brought to fruition with the intention of expanding the tax base and bringing jobs to the region.


From Left: Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow, Wisconsin State Senator Stephen Nass, Wisconsin State Representative Cody Horlacher, Village President Fred Winchowky, Village Trustee Darlene Johnson, Village Trustee Jim Decker, Village Trustee Arnold Fickau


Please Direct Inquiries to:

John Weidl, Village Administrator/Director of Economic Development

O: (262)363-6886