We Energy Steam Damage Restoration Project in Milwaukee

We Energies Employees Return After $62M in Repairs

The historic Public Service Building at We Energies’ downtown Milwaukee headquarters sustained substantial damage caused by a superheated steam release during a storm in May 2020. Temperatures in the underground steam-powered tunnel reached 400 degrees and flooded the basement with water. Damage was sustained on all four floors of the historic building. Findorff provided emergency response services to We Energies and immediately began assessing the damage. According to Marisa Dempsey, facilities design and construction program manager at WEC Energy Group, "We called on our partners in our time of need and they came through for us.” Within 18 months, Findorff completed the restoration and transformation of the facility and worked to create room for more collaborative areas and updates for today’s workplace needs. Read more about this project's amazing transformation.

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