Frequently Asked Questions

Who will be located in the new global headquarters?

Team members who will be in our new global headquarters is still being determined and once finalized, will be communicated. Our goal is to consolidate as many facilities to help drive our People First Culture, operate more efficiently and continue to retain and attract top talent while remaining a key contributor in our community.

What are the next steps?

The next steps include working on the land sale and development agreement with the City of Oshkosh. Our goal is to break ground in the Spring of 2018 with hopes of moving in during the fall of 2019. You can see more details on the Timeline portion of this app.

Who are your Oshkosh Corporation partners?

  1. Performa Architects will be leading design and architectural efforts.
  2. Miron Construction has been selected our general contractor for the project.

Both companies are headquartered in northeastern Wisconsin and we are proud to use local talent to assist us with the development of our new facility.

What is your timeline?

The next steps include working on the land sale and development agreement with the City of Oshkosh. Our goal is to break ground in the Spring of 2018 with hopes of moving in during the fall of 2019.

Why are you building a new global headquarters?

Oshkosh Corporation has more than 40 facilities in the area. We’ve been searching for a global headquarters that will enable our People First Culture, allow us to operate more efficiently, and help us attract and retain top talent. Our new global headquarters will be cost neutral.

We’re in a battle for talent. When looking at building a new global headquarters, most Fortune 500 companies look at a metropolitan area as that’s where there is a large population of talent. If you’re going to build in a smaller area, you need to be able to retain and attract top talent with a WOW location, a state of the art building and a welcoming community.

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