Waukesha County’s economic vitality depends on a modern and robust infrastructure network coupled with efficient and collaborative governments. A vibrant business climate depends on services such as providing a safe and sustainable supply of drinking water to our communities, connecting people to jobs, facilitating the flow of goods and services via safe and modern transportation networks and continuing to advance fiscally sound and efficient communities – all provided in a seamless and cost-effective manner.
- Drive discussion and advocate for statewide, sustainable, long-term transportation funding solutions.
- Advocate for completion of the I-94 East-West corridor between 70th Street and 16th Street.
- Support the continued advancement of municipal service consolidation.
- Continue to evaluate flexible transportation options that connect people looking for work with jobs that are available in Waukesha County.
- Support the completion of the West Waukesha Bypass.
- Support the City of Waukesha in the implementation of borrowing and returning water from Lake Michigan.
We encourage our members to get involved and support our efforts to ensure a strong, pro-business climate in Waukesha County and its surroundings. If you are interested in joining a policy committee, please contact us.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Waukesha testing pipes and water quality in advance of switching to Lake Michigan supplySeptember 10, 2018
The City of Waukesha does not want to become like Flint, Michigan — known for lead poisoning caused by drinking tap water — after it switches to a new water supply.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Wisconsin receives extra $91 million in federal road aid as officials struggle with planSeptember 6, 2018
Wisconsin is getting nearly $91 million in extra road money through a federal program — far more than it typically receives — at a time when highway funding has become a top issue in Gov. Scott Walker’s re-election bid.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is hosting a public involvement meeting to discuss the upcoming construction of the final phase of the West Waukesha Bypass project.
Milwaukee Business Journal – As tariffs drive up prices, Waukesha drops steel pipes for Lake Michigan water projectAugust 2, 2018
Dan Duchniak, who in about a year will bid contracts to buy 35 to 40 miles of pipe for Waukesha’s new Lake Michigan water supply, is seeing steel pipe suppliers hike their prices by more than 25 percent in response to federal tariffs. Click here to read how Duchniak is changing course to eliminate steel […]
One of the Alliance’s Infrastructure policy intiatives is continuing to advance fiscally sound and efficient communities, provided in a seamless and cost-effective manner. Specifically, this includes supporting the continued advancement of municipal service consolidation. The Alliance is looking forward to reviewing the results of the Waukesha County Fire and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Feasibility Study and advocating solutions that continue to advance our communities.
We were asked by the City of Waukesha to co-sign a letter of support with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce for the City’s application for a federal Water Infrastructure Financing and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to help with costs related to Lake Michigan water.
Interstate Sealant & Concrete, Inc.
KPRG & Associates Inc.
Wisconsin Coach Lines / Coach USA
Husch Blackwell LLP
Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.
Judson & Associates S.C.
National Exchange Bank & Trust
Cushman & Wakefield | Boerke
The Marcus Corporation
Backbone Institute, LLC
ProHealth Care Foundation
Wisconsin Coach Lines / Coach USA
DeWitt Ross & Stevens
Stier Construction, Inc.
Ruekert & Mielke, Inc.
Ehlers & Associates Inc