"Tanzanian Ambassador to the U.S., Liberata Mulamula, recently led a trade visit to the Global Water Center. Ambassador Mulamula was especially interested in the work carried out within the Center surrounding water purification and decontamination, as it is a growing issue in Tanzania." Read the rest of the experience, as told by Tom Wiley of Wiley Safari Tanzania, here.
Liberata Mulamula also met with Milwaukee County Executive, Chris Abele, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District, Milwaukee Mayor, Tom Barrett, and Lt. Governor, Rebecca Kleefisch of Wisconsin.
The Global Water Center has been extremely successful, having been featured on The Business Journal, Yahoo!, Forbes, CNN, and Fox6 News. It has received numerous awards, notably The U.S. Small Business Administration Regional Innovation Cluster Award, 2014 Milwaukee Business Journal Real Estate Award, and the 2014 American Institute of Architects Design Award. Further, the Global Water Center has encouraged the development of Reed Street Yards, an evolving eco-industrial zone, balancing natural resources and economic development. Reed Street Yards is currently under construction.
The Global Water Center, one of FirstPathway Partners' projects, continues to grow, welcoming new development and new tenants. To stay up to date with the latest from the Center, click here.