Now that federal officials are beginning to enforce new silica-exposure standards, representatives of the construction industry say most contractors benefited from the extra three months they were given to prepare.Read More »
With most contractors struggling to hire skilled workers, an employee at Wisconsin-based Lunda Construction Co. is saying that companies will have a hard time bringing on a diverse workforce without turning to an equally diverse group of recruiters.Read More »
Already in the grips of a labor shortage, Wisconsin's construction industry will soon be brought under even more pressure to recruit good workers by the $10 billion factory the Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn plans to build in southeast Wisconsin.Read More »
Carpenters, laborers and cement masons in the southeast corner of the state will all be getting annual wage increases under agreements reached with contractors represented by the Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee.Read More »
Although they are keeping their lips sealed in public, construction officials are settling in for plenty of chin wagging at the bargaining table as the expiration dates for some of the industry’s biggest contracts quickly approach this spring.Read More »
The Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee has announced that Nathan Jurowski has been appointed to the Building Trades United Pension Trust Fund by the AGC Board of Directors.Read More »
Kahler Slater has promoted Housing and Hospitality Team Leader Thomas Miller to a principal at the firm.
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