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Kids Building Wisconsin is here to inspire and encourage kids’ interest in construction. Join us again this year for our seventh annual event! As always, Kids Building Wisconsin is free and open to the public. At our event, we have big construction equipment, awesome hands-on exhibits highlighting the many exciting careers in the construction industry, food, fun visitors, and lots of chances to win prizes.

 

Kids Building Wisconsin is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to three main goals:

 

  1. Hosting a fun, educational community event free of charge to show kids and their families the exciting potential that a career in the construction industry offers.

  2. Laying the groundwork to combat the skilled worker shortage in our beautiful state.

  3. Elevating the image of the industry and celebrating those in it.

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T: 608-271-8717

E: info@kidsbuildingwi.org

 February 6, 2020

Kids Building Wisconsin Milwaukee event is a private school field trip event (not open the the public) held at Milwaukee Tools and put on by the Waukesha County Business Alliance in conjunction with Kids Building Wisconsin.  Kids Building Wisconsin is a hands on event where kids in the Milwaukee area can see and experience many of the wonderful jobs in the construction industry.  Schools in the Waukesha and Milwaukee area signed up to attend this event as a field trip for their students.  For more information on how to get your school involved please contact the Waukesha County Business Alliance.

Milwaukee Tool
Kids Building Wisconsin
Findorff
Tri-North Builders
Local 139 Operators
1901, Inc.
Pierce Enghineers
Pieper Electric
Dave Jones Plumbing
JF Ahern
Cornerstone & The International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers
Quality Heating
Steamfitters Local 601
VJS Construction
Riley Construction
Gilbane Building Company
Strang
Frantl Industries
J.M.Brennan
SunVest Solar
North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters
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