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Wisconsin Public Service Corporation

For Release: 06/07/2017

WPS, We Energies break ground on construction of Green Bay Training Center

Facility showcases commitment to employee safety, community

We Energies

WPS, We Energies break ground on construction of Green Bay Training Center

Representatives from WPS and We Energies were joined by Green Bay-area officials and stakeholders this morning to officially break ground on the 32,000-square-foot Green Bay Training Center.

Ashwaubenon, Wis. – To further their commitment to safety, Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) and We Energies, along with area elected officials and stakeholders, officially broke ground on construction of a new, 32,000-square-foot training center this morning.

The Green Bay Training Center is expected to be completed next March, and will be located on an existing portion of WPS property in Ashwaubenon. The training center will provide a centralized training hub for all WPS field employees, as well as provide more local training options for We Energies personnel based out of the Fox Valley and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

"Working safely and investing in employee success are core values we strive to accomplish every day," said Kevin Fletcher, president of WPS and We Energies. "The Green Bay Training Center demonstrates our dedication to these priorities and will equip our employees with the tools they need to have safe, successful careers."

WPS also will continue its partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College to complement the courses provided at the new facility.

The Boldt Company, a nationally-recognized construction services firm headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, was awarded the contract to build the facility. Construction of the building will benefit the northeastern Wisconsin economy by providing work to approximately 250 construction workers.

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