Corvias Infrastructure Solutions (CIS), the nation’s leading urban greening/resilience leader, has announced the opening of a new regional office at the Global Water Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. CIS’s new office demonstrates the company’s strong commitment to the local community with leadership and staff that are local to its key public sector partners.

Across the greater Milwaukee metropolitan area, CIS is engaged in a multi-year community-based partnership with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District (District), that complements the District’s 2035 Vision for Integrated Watershed Management and local business inclusion, through the implementation and management of a community-based infrastructure development platform, called the Fresh Coast Protection Partnership (FCPP).

“The ability to expand our offices in one of the most progressive water technology areas in the world and collaborate with other organizations within the Global Water Center will be pivotal in assisting our area clients and stakeholders, and will translate into future growth for CIS.”, said Kurt Farrell, Market Director – Great Lakes for CIS, “We are also looking to add local staff on topics such as climate resilience as part of our commitment to help communities meet and exceed their equitable growth targets.”

The Global Water Center is the headquarters of The Water Council and the heart of Milwaukee’s world-class water technology hub.

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