In Milwaukee’s Water Technology District, a $22 million dollar project to house offices and labs for businesses, universities and start-ups involved in water technology has shown outstanding success. Completed in 2013, the Global Water Center is now expecting a neighbor, the Global Water Center II.
A new competition launched by Veolia and The Water Council is also offering office space in the Global Water Center to start-ups and individuals that have innovative ideas for solving modern water challenges. Milwaukee’s Water Technology district has spurred $211.6 million worth of development since 2012.
Learn more about the Global Water Center and the district at “Global Water Center already a big success,” (Biztimes.com, Oct. 5, 2015)