Aviation firm Jet In plans to break ground on an $11 million facility in the Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, the company announced this week.
The project would develop the last greenfield site of the airport, at 504 E Citation Way, turning into a project for general aviation complete with heated hangars and a terminal for passengers and flight crew.
The facility will have various green-energy features, including energy-efficient heating and cooling, an electric fleet of aircraft towing equipment and electric crew and courtesy cars. The new building is designed to comply with the city of Milwaukee’s green-infrastructure plan.
“We’d like to thank the many strategic partners who have each played an important role in launching this major development project, including Wisconsin Bank & Trust, RODAC Development and Construction and the Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport,” said Joseph Crivello, the firm’s CEO.