Design plans sought for Foxconn Place Chippewa Valley

Eau Claire (WQOW) — Foxconn is seeking design options for its new locations in Eau Claire.

Foxconn Place Chippewa Valley will have two locations in Eau Claire — at Haymarket Landing and South Bartsow Street. The company hopes to move in to the finished space this December.

The offices will serve as the west-central Wisconsin hub for attracting talent and building supply partners. Foxconn expects to create 150 high-tech jobs in Eau Claire.

Design proposals are due September 27. They should be delivered to 611 E. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee, WI, c/o Adam Jen.

If you want to learn more about the process, there is an information session on Tuesday, September 18, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the Pablo Center at the Confluence at 128 Graham Avenue in Eau Claire.

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley joined the News 18 team in August 2006. He is currently the 10:00 PM Evening Anchor/Producer.

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