Packed with job opportunities in every industry–And with all the entertainment, social, cultural, and recreational opportunities here, you’ll leave nothing behind. We are a midsized community with big opportunity and an even bigger heart.
We know it takes a robust team of hardworking and quality-driven individuals to make a foundry successful. From engineering to casting to machining, employees are able to collaborate and see their work be used across various in-demand industries like agriculture, energy, and medical. Because in Greater Green Bay, you can.
So if you’re looking for a career where your hard work is valued and rewarded, start casting your talent at a world-class foundry in Greater Green Bay!
The C.A. Lawton Co. is a fifth-generation foundry-centered manufacturer providing casting-centric solutions in an environment of safety, growth, and continuous improvement. In 1879, Charles Lawton and his uncle E.W. Arndt established what would become The C.A. Lawton Co. in De Pere, Wisconsin. Their first device was the “Bran Dresser,” designed by Lawton’s father to separate bran from flour. Today, Lawton produces large iron castings and machined components, as well as highly successful pattern designs.
Why work for The C.A. Lawton Co.?
“I’ve been with The C.A. Lawton Company for 22 years. The part I enjoy the most about my job is probably mentoring. It’s also fun to see when you’re done building a pattern. There’s pride in seeing things you’ve built.”
Tim W., Pattern Shop Supervisor
Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry (WAF) brings the heat – literally! Since its beginnings in 1909, WAF produces high-quality aluminum-, copper-, bronze-, and brass-alloy castings for various industries, such as heavy-duty trucks, automotive, marine, oil, agriculture, defense, and medical. The foundry strives for safety, excellent quality, and on-time delivery of custom components for customers.
Why work for the Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry?
“The thing I like most about WAF is being a family-oriented company; you are a name, not a clock number. Also, the opportunity for advancements– I started on the floor and worked my way into management. The company sent me to college classes, technical seminars, and expos. You never stop learning.”