Published: April 26, 2013
Tags: Appleton, arena, Ballweg Construction Inc., citation, commercial, electrical, fall protection, Fort McCoy, framing, Fred Hall Construction LLC, Ghidorzi Construction Co. LLC, Green Bay, head protection, institutional, Knoelke Construction LLC, ladder, Mayo Clinic Health Systems, Menomonie, New Berlin, osha, roofing, safety, scaffolding, scissor lift, settlement, stairways, Steve Fischer Construction LLC, Steve Wilder, T.D. Countertops LLC, terrazzo, tile, training, truss, U Builders LLC, VDH Electric Inc., Verona, Waukesha, Wausau, wiring
The Daily Reporter’s weekly digest of companies that have been cited by OSHA for violations during work around the state.
Published: October 14, 2011
Tags: barracks, Fort McCoy
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Officials at Fort McCoy have broken ground on a new $7 million barracks. The building will be the first brick-and-mortar barracks on the western Wisconsin military training base. Plans call for a two-story structure complete with a laundry that will house nearly 170 people. Work is expected to be completed by [...]
Published: May 6, 2011
Tags: Appleton, Champion Builders, citation, fall protection, Fort McCoy, hazard communication, industrial, ladder, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, osha, residential, Rohde Construction Co. Inc., roofing, safety, scaffolding, settlement, Steve Fischer Construction LLC, The Selmer Co., truck, warehouse, Waukesha, Wisconsin State Home Services Inc.
OSHA reports • Champion Builders, Chippewa Falls, must pay a $4,200 fall-protection citation and a $4,200 fall-protection-training citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations March 3 during a roofing job in Fort McCoy. • The Selmer Co., Green Bay, reached a formal settlement with OSHA on [...]
Published: May 21, 2010
Tags: aerial lift, air conditioning, Alacran Contracting, Armor Shield Roofing Systems LLC, arsenic, Brookfield, citation, Delafield, education, equipment, excavation, eye protection, face protection, fall protection, Feaker & Sons Co. Inc., fire protection, Fitchburg, Fort McCoy, framing, Green Bay, H&L Construction LLC, Halverson Brothers Plumbing & Heating Inc., Harold Tauschek & Sons Excavating & Snow Removal Inc., hazard communication, head protection, heating, Home Renovation Plus, housekeeping, industrial, Janesville, JKL Roofing Inc., ladder, lead, Maas Brothers Construction Co. Inc., Madison, masonry, material, Menomonie, Moede’s Roofing & Insulation LLC, Neenah, osha, painting, paper hanging, Plumbing, remodeling, respiratory protection, Rhom Construction LLC, Richfield, roofing, safety, scaffolding, Schofield, settlement, sewer line, siding, Sims Roofing and Siding Inc., stairway, training, truck, United Painting Inc., water line, Watertown, Waukesha, Wes’ Masonry, Wilderness Woodworks Inc.
OSHA reports • Feaker & Sons Co. Inc., De Pere, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 20 to reduce a $450 head-protection citation to $200 and two specific-excavation-requirements citations, totaling $2,250, to $1,400. The company was issued the citations April 14 during a water- and sewer-line job at 128 W. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah. [...]
Published: August 26, 2009
Tags: 8(a), Arteaga Construction Inc., De Arteaga Inc., Fort McCoy, joint venture, Miron Construction Co., Small Business Administration
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org A giant construction company’s role in winning a $20.8 million federal contract reserved for small businesses has at least one contractor raising concerns. A joint venture between Miron Construction Co. Inc., Neenah, one of Wisconsin’s largest contractors, and De Arteaga Inc., a Greenville-based small and minority-owned business, this week was awarded the [...]
Published: August 6, 2009
Tags: army base, barracks, Construction, contractors, Fort McCoy, maintenance, renovation, schedule, soldier
Sean Ryan email@example.com Trainers at Fort McCoy are living through a logistical nightmare as they search for space for soldiers while contractors overrun the base. “We’re literally operating on a situation where we’re managing right down to bed spaces rather than just building spaces,” said Steve Shanks, chief of Fort McCoy’s training division. “We’re pretty [...]