Nearly 26 percent of the construction budget for The Moderne high-rise project in Milwaukee went to disadvantaged businesses, according to a report compiled by Prism Technical Management & Marketing Services LLC, Milwaukee.
Published: May 14, 2012
Tags: Barrett Visionary Development, Community and Economic Development Committee, EBE, Emerging Business Enterprise, Findorff, J.H. Findorff & Son, Modern Continental Construction Co. Inc., Moderne, Resident Preference Program, RPP, The Moderne, The North End
Barrett Visionary Development and J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. met all Emerging Business Enterprise and Resident Preference Program set-asides on The Moderne in 2011, according to a Department of City Development report.
Published: January 5, 2012
Tags: A&L Ferrer Construction, D. Wilson Consulting Group, EBE, Francisco Jaramillo, Jaramillo Contractors, Jose Ferrer, MBE, minority contractors, Ossie Kendrix, SBE, Thomas A. Mason, Thomas Mason
Due to a new city law which went into effect Tuesday, Milwaukee law no longer recognizes Francisco Jaramillo, a Hispanic subcontractor, as a minority owner.
By Scott Carlson Special to The Daily Reporter Atlas Iron and Wire Works Inc. represents a 2009 statistic in the Milwaukee Housing Authority’s emerging business enterprise program. But company President Dan Biedenbender said the work that might add a couple of percentage points to the city agency’s ledger means the difference between success and failure [...]
Contractors in 2008 surpassed the city of Milwaukee’s goals for hiring city residents and using small businesses on projects. The city’s Residents Preference Program requires unemployed workers from low-income areas of the city perform 25 percent of hours worked on each project. Based on the 62 contracts awarded last year that were completed as of [...]