Wasmer Opens Global Water Center Office

By Amy Jensen, CFO & COO

The Water Council has a new neighbor in the Global Water Center.

The Wasmer Company, an energy efficiency consulting firm based in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, has opened its second office in the Global Water Center (GWC) located in Milwaukee just south of downtown.

Wasmer is a team of energy efficiency engineering contractors specializing in LED lighting, compressed air management, HVAC, motor controls and on-site power generation. Its focus on efficiency and sustainability makes it a good match for the Global Water Center.

“The Wasmer Company is thrilled to call the Global Water Center its Milwaukee home!” the company said. “Every aspect of the GWC mirrors the greater Milwaukee region’s water-centric vision and aligns with Wasmer’s focus on optimizing water + energy + carbon facility solutions. CEO Dean Amhaus and CFO Amy Jensen are inspiring leaders, and Wasmer is proud to be associated with their brilliant work.”

The Global Water Center is the headquarters of The Water Council and the heart of Milwaukee’s water technology hub. The turn-of-the-century brick warehouse was converted into a state-of-the-art water business and research facility in 2013. The building not only achieved LEED Silver certification but was also the first commercial building in the world to receive Alliance for Water Stewardship certification.

We have additional room at the GWC. The building offers furnished office suites and reserved desks in its Oasis co-working space. Amenities include a board room and auditorium on the main floor. For more information about spaces available or for a tour – either in person or virtual – contact me at ajensen@thewatercouncil.com or (414) 988-8756.

The Global Water Center is in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood near the Menomonee River.