The construction of new homes climbed by 13.7 percent in October, the biggest jump in a year as builders broke ground on more apartments and single-family houses.
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A Wauwatosa-based remodeler is accusing a former sales consultant of trying to delay a lawsuit by not responding to a summons and complaint and intentionally avoiding attempts to have papers delivered to him in person. Knutson Bros. Design-Build, of Wauwatosa, filed ...Read More »
Proposed revisions to the state’s electrical code won’t apply to one- and two-family dwellings until months after similar changes have taken effect for all other buildings. The Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services announced this week that it has submitted to ...Read More »
Milwaukee’s Common Council has approved a proposal that would require certain residential properties scheduled for demolition to instead be deconstructed. Specifically, the deconstruction requirements would apply to structures that were built before 1930, are found in a historic district or have ...Read More »
U.S. construction spending increased 0.3 percent in September as the biggest advance in government building activity in four months offset weakness in other areas.Read More »