Wisconsin Wins $10 Billion Foxconn Investment


In 2017 Wisconsin's workforce and business climate went toe to toe with other states to compete for 13,000 new jobs and $10 billion of capital investment from Foxconn's new state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing campus.  Wisconsin won! 

It's estimated that this project will add $51 billion to Wisconsin's gross domestic product over 15 years, an economic impact of $18 returned for every $1 invested by the state.

Construction Updates


Project Construction

The second round of general information sessions for contractors were held for the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Research Park.  A copy of the presentation materials for the second round of information sessions can are available on this page.

Supplier Readiness Series

Supplier Readiness Workshops are taking place in Superior and Milwaukee.  These workshops will provide participants with an introduction to the vendor readiness process that Foxconn will follow as it engages with potential suppliers.

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Wisconn Valley News

​Local elected officials, suppliers, contractors and members of the public are encouraged to turn to the Wisconn Valley News for the latest project status, road updates, next steps, and interesting facts.  


Why Wisconsin?


While other states aggressively competed for the Foxconn project, and some offered larger incentives, Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou said the company chose Wisconsin in large part because of the commitment from Governor Walker and other state officials. Gou added that Wisconsin’s strong manufacturing legacy also was a key factor in the company’s decision.

“Wisconsin has a rich manufacturing history in industrial automation, healthcare and more, and a strong talent pool of engineers, technicians and craftsmen who are the backbone of America,” he said. “We are looking forward to building on that history and tapping into that pool.”