Winfield Economic Development

Winfield Economic Development began with a high-profile project in the mid-90s. When a former manufacturing facility in Winfield, Kan., closed, WED purchased the building and then leased it to GE Engine Services.

Since then, WED has continued with high- and low-profile projects that support local economic strength and growth. WED works closely with the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce, the City of Winfield, Cowley First, area financial institutions and other economic development agencies to encourage innovative projects. WED is a not-for-profit organization.

WED has available construction locations in Winfield.

Contact information
Phone: (620) 221-6352

Mailing Address:
c/o PO Box 917
Winfield, KS 67156-0917

WED, Inc. Board of Directors
Rodger Steffen
Jill Long
Warren Porter
Craig Duncan
Stan Ahlerich

The GE Engine Services building in Winfield was the inaugural project for Winfield Economic Development.

This 25,225 sq.ft building is located in the Winfield Industrial Park and is owned by Winfield Economic Development, Inc. This building was constructed in 2001 and is the current home of Fluid Kinetics.