MOUNT PLEASANT, Wis -- Today, the Village of Mount Pleasant’s Finance, Legal and License Committee voted to recommend awarding Wisconsin-based Guelig Waste Removal And Demolition LLC (Guelig Waste Removal) with two contracts to conduct the first demolition work tied to Foxconn’s $10 billion, 22-million-square-foot manufacturing campus. The Village Board will consider the recommendation at its meeting on June 4th.
“We were pleased to see the positive response from Wisconsin companies for the Village’s first Foxconn-related construction contracts,” said Claude Lois, Project Director for the Village of Mount Pleasant. “In keeping with our Wisconsin First commitment, the recommended team is led by a Wisconsin-based company and includes four additional subcontractors, all based in Wisconsin, with two from Racine County.”
Guelig Waste Removal, based in Eden, Wisconsin, was the lowest bidder for both Bid Package A and Bid Package B. In total, the two bid packages amount to $378,300. All 20 bids received by the Village were from Wisconsin companies. Additionally, all four subcontractors proposed in the Guelig bid packages are Wisconsin contractors and two are located in Racine County. Proposed subcontractors include KPH Construction, based in Milwaukee; Adam Salem Sand & Gravel, Inc., based in Salem; Krizan’s Well Drilling, based in Union Grove; and Pat’s Services, Inc., based in Burlington.
This initial demolition will focus on properties along Braun Road. The work will include razing and removing all structure(s), out buildings, flatwork, driveway aprons, fill, filling all basements, crawl spaces and excavated areas with approved granular material, landscape restoration, traffic control as needed, and erosion control. The bid award involves demolition of 12 parcels related to Braun Road North in the Village of Mount Pleasant and 11 parcels related to Braun Road south.