Klement Sausage Company to move corporate offices to downtown Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Klement Sausage Company announced Wednesday, September 30th that their corporate offices will relocate from it’s current location at 2324 S. Burrell Street in Milwaukee to the newly constructed Pabst Professional Center located at 1036 W. Juneau Ave in downtown Milwaukee.
The move is expected to take place in early 2016 and Klement’s will occupy the fourth floor of the building.
“This move supports Klement’s long term commitment to the city of Milwaukee and our growth plans,” stated Ray Booth, CEO of Klement Sausage Company. “The Pabst Professional Center represents our ‘Best of Class’ business goal and supports that our best days as a company are ahead of us.”
The Pabst Professional Center is a 40,000 square foot, Class A building located in the Pabst Brewery neighborhood which has received LEED Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) Stage 2 pre-certified Platinum status for its focus on smart growth, urbanism and green building. The revitalization of The Brewery neighborhood is a partnership between the City of Milwaukee and the Zilber Family Foundation.
The new location will house the majority of Klement’s executive team as well as sales, marketing, finance, IT, planning and customer support staff. “The offices will showcase our brand and create a work environment that inspires our employees’ passion and creativity for the business,” added Booth. The company’s manufacturing plants will remain at the Lincoln and Chase Avenue locations.
Klement’s was assisted by Siegel-Gallagher in the relocation search and Madisen Maher Architects has been selected for the design of the headquarters.