If state lawmakers have their way, Amish families will not have to face fines and eviction for failing to build houses that follow requirements in the state’s uniform dwelling code.Read More »
Local carpentry organizations in Wisconsin are putting a spotlight on the profession with a pile driving training session, as well as an open house that will take place at the end of May.Read More »
It's been five years since the Obama administration cleared the way for construction of the nation's first offshore wind farm, but what advocates hoped was the start of a new way of generating renewable power is off to a slow start.Read More »
The construction unemployment rate typically trails the overall unemployment rate, and Wisconsin is no different. With the state’s unemployment hovering around 5 percent, the latest figures from the Federal Reserve show a 9.5 percent construction industry unemployment rate across the country. States such as Wisconsin and Minnesota are trying to change that trend.
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