Kenosha-based Centrisys is expanding once again with an addition to one of its four buildings located at the company’s headquarters.
Centrisys builds centrifuges that are used in water and wastewater treatment, oil processing and recovery, food processing and biofuel plants throughout the world. The company came to Kenosha in 1999 and has since grown to own four buildings in the Kenosha Business Park at 9586 58th Place.
The company’s latest expansion will add about 70,000 square feet of space to building four. The new space is expected to be completed next summer. Seven new cranes will be installed within the building, as well as new fabrication and machining equipment. The addition will support service, manufacturing and fabrication work.
In building two, a 2,500-square-foot engineering collaboration space is also being added.
“We are growing and we have been for years, as you can tell by the number of times we’ve expanded. We’re at that point again where we’ve outgrown our service and manufacturing space,” said Michele Whitefield, business development manager at Centrisys.
The ongoing building expansions aren’t the only way the business is growing. Centrisys has started a new business called IPMW which will be housed in building four. IPMW is a manufacturing and assembly company for accessory equipment to centrifuges.
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