Close, apparently, is close enough for the Madison Public Library in its attempt to raise $4 million for the reconstruction of its main branch downtown.Read More »
Citing aging buildings and crumbling roads, the Port of Milwaukee has given itself a "C" grade for quality and "maybe just a little bit below a 'C'" in meeting shipping industry needs, said Larry Sullivan, the port's chief engineer.Read More »
By Adam Wise Trial lawyers and municipal lobbyists are going nose-to-nose over potholes. The fight, which is familiar territory for both sides, centers on Assembly Bill 180, a proposal that would repeal a state law that places liability on local ...Read More »
The Daily Reporter's weekly digest of companies that have been issued OSHA citations.
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A proposal to increase the amount of money the state can spend on individual airport projects could shift the balance of contracts from maintenance work to large-scale construction.
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Deborah Jackman is a professor and chair of the Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management department at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. She holds a doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 1. She knows the engineering ...Read More »