New Stoughton HQ expected to be done by Fall 2025

New Stoughton HQ expected to be done by Fall 2025

When complete, about 200 employees will work at the new corporate headquarters. Product manufacturing will remain at the current locations.

Stoughton Trailers broke ground May 9 at their national headquarters site in Stoughton, WI. The new corporate headquarters will be located on the corner of Highway 51 and County Road B, in the far northwest corner of the city of Stoughton and will be the home of approximately 200 employees. The manufacturing of all products will remain at the current locations, the company said.

“Today is a momentous day for Stoughton Trailers. We have envisioned this day for a long time, and it has come to fruition. So many people have helped make this a reality. Thank you to our employees, the city of Stoughton, the Stoughton community, and our business partners, all who helped make this possible,” Bob Wahlin, Stoughton Trailers president and chief executive officer, said at the event.

Stoughton said the 53,000 square foot facility will include a workout gym, exercise studio, locker rooms, collaborative workspaces and a host of other amenities. The 182-acre property will include approximately 36 acres of ponds, prairie, and wetlands as well as additional 28-acre community park.

Ceremonial broundbreaking includes (left to right) Peter Tan, Strang Inc.,Austin Conrad, Strang Inc., Daniele Thompson, St. Marie Law, Bob Wahlin, Stoughton, Ken Wahlin, Stoughton, Reijo Wahlin, Stoughton, Sue Vanderbilt, Stoughton, John Booher, Stoughton, Steve Braatz, CD Smith and Dane Bernau, CD Smith.

Stoughton said the company will retain its existing manufacturing facilities in Stoughton, Brodhead, Evansville, and Waco, Texas.

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