Spencer Vogel, an employee of North American Mechanical Inc., Windsor, brazes copper tubing for an HVAC system March 20 at the new University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
Waukesha County Circuit Judge Mike Bohren says he knows what an ideal courthouse looks like, and he does not work in one.
Lennox International Inc., Richardson, Texas, will raise prices on its heating and cooling equipment and parts on Jan. 1, according to a news release from the company.
The Redmond Co., Waukesha, has started a remodeling project for Frei Chevrolet in Marquette, Mich.
A federal judge has sentenced a former Beloit official to prison for using city money to purchase personal items.
Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls Inc. and the city of Milwaukee have partnered on an energy-efficient residential project under the Milwaukee Energy Efficiency initiative, according to a news release from Johnson Controls.
More than 1,100 people are expected in Milwaukee next week to attend an event on environmentally safe ways to keep things cold.
One of the largest employers in La Crosse is laying off nearly 100 workers.
Milwaukee area contractors, frustrated for months by a sluggish start to a program intended to create work, say their participation in Milwaukee Energy Efficiency is generating much needed phone calls.
There’s a reason you don’t find many buildings in the jungle.