Who Is Foxconn?

Foxconn Technology Group is the global leader in manufacturing services for the computer, communication and consumer electronics (3C) industry. The company has facilities in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. The company is seeking to construct an advanced display manufacturing campus comprised of multiple buildings to produce liquid crystal display (LCD) panels for a variety of industries. In 2017, the Village of Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin was chosen as the site for a new LCD panel glass fabrication plant.

Project Updates

For news and project information with a local impact, please visit Racine County Welcomes Foxconn, courtesy of RCEDC. Here you will find site plans, development agreements, Tax Incremental Filing information, press releases, and exhibits.

Interested individuals should visit Wisconn ValleyVia the State of Wisconsin, this resource features news and updates on Foxconn and related projects. This website will serve as a centralized location to access the resources and information available regarding the state's largest economic development project.

  1. Project Director Claude Lois

    Claude Lois

    Project Director
    Phone: (262) 664-7860



    If you are a member of the news media working on a story, please use this email.

Construction Bidding and Opportunities

The Foxconn Development Project offers many opportunities for contractors and employees. Please visit Wisconn Valley for information about upcoming job fairs and bidding opportunities as they become available.

COVID Response

To find out more about how Foxconn is supporting the Covid-19 response, visit Foxconn in Wisconsin on YouTube [link]

Foxconn In Wisconsin

A new video series showcasing the work happening in Area I in Racine County, Wisconsin.

Episode 1:  Join Racine County native Dustan Balkcom and Adam Jelen, Senior Vice President of Gilbane Building Company for a first-hand look at the construction of Foxconn’s nearly 1,000,000 square-foot advanced manufacturing facility.  

To check out more videos in the series, head over to Foxconn in Wisconsin on YouTube