Burton & Mayer, Inc. to Expand in Menomonee Falls

MADISON – Department of Commerce Secretary Mary P. Burke today announced that Burton & Mayer, Inc., Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County will receive Industrial Revenue Bond (IRB) allocation totaling $1.5 million to help the company expand. The total project cost is $6,800,000.


“The decision by Burton & Mayer to expand its operations to increase its capacity is good news for Wisconsin,” said Secretary Burke. “I applaud the company for retaining and creating jobs and continuing to invest in Wisconsin’s workforce.”


Burton & Mayer, established in 1938 as a letterpress shop, provides printing and fulfillment services to companies nationwide. The newly-acquired building at W149 N9000 Lily Road has 104,000 square-feet of space. The IRB will be used for the purchase of equipment and the rehabilitation and remodeling of the building. This project will create 15 jobs and retain 92 full-time jobs.


Industrial Revenue Bonds are bonds free of federal tax issued by local governments, and the proceeds are loaned to new or expanding businesses for development projects.  The interest rate is generally below the going prime rate. 


For more information on Department of Commerce programs and services, contact the Commerce area development manager at www.commerce.wi.gov/MT/MT-FAX-0901.html