In yet another milestone in the reconstruction of the massive Zoo Interchange west of downtown Milwaukee, the final tub girder needed for the project has been put in place. Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials said that accomplishment will help to ...Read More »
A recent survey suggests Milwaukee-area residents do not want to see further delays for large highway projects, while Wisconsin residents are largely against plans that would have the state pay for road projects by issuing more debt. The survey, conducted by the ...Read More »
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It's been 150 years since the birth of America's best-known architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. But his innovative designs continue to fascinate the public, from New York's Guggenheim museum, where the circular building itself is a sculptural work of art, to the Fallingwater house built over a waterfall in the Pennsylvania woods, to his modernist home on the Wisconsin prairie, Taliesin, which served as a laboratory for his ideas.
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Talks have wrapped up in what the head of the state’s largest construction union calls the toughest negotiating sessions he can recall in his 26 years on staff at Local 139 of the International Union of Operating Engineers.Read More »