The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-St. Paul District is recognizing Plain, Wis.-based Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc. for safe work on the $47 million Lock and Dam 3 project near Red Wing, Minn.
A year after the state government shut down because of a budget impasse, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has paid out $5.59 million in claims to contractors who suffered losses related to the shutdown, including more than $664,671 to Wisconsin-based companies.
Cory Vanden Bosch (left) and Rick Lenz, both of Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc., Plain, guide a counterweight sheave off the back of a trailer as it is delivered to the Wisconsin Avenue Bridge work site June 19 in Milwaukee.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is delaying plans to move two historic buildings in the path of the new St. Croix River Crossing in Oak Park Heights.
A crew with Concrete & Masonry Restoration LLC, Milwaukee, paints the operator’s house of the Wisconsin Avenue Bridge over the Milwaukee River on June 15 in Milwaukee.
Published: May 23, 2012
Tags: Broadway Avenue Bridge, Edward Kraemer & Sons, Global Specialties Contractors, Kraemer & Sons, Lowry Avenue Bridge, Lunda Construction, Plymouth Avenue Bridge, Van White Bridge
The Plymouth Avenue Bridge, a key link between north and northeast Minneapolis that has been closed since fall 2010, is a step closer to getting a rehab that should reopen the bridge to cars and trucks this fall.
Water spills from a clam bucket while William Yuker (from left), Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc., Plain; Paul Ford of Chicago-based Collins Engineers Inc., Milwaukee; Jamie Klemmer of Windsor, Conn.-based TRC Environmental, Brookfield; and Chad Matteson, also with Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc., look on Friday in Milwaukee.
Published: September 13, 2011
Tags: AGC, Associated General Contractors, design-build, Edward Kraemer & Sons, George Mattson, Highway 14, Highway 14 Partnership, Hoffman Construction, Kraemer & Sons, Lafayette Bridge, LHS Constructors, Lunda Construction, Mathiowetz Construction, Minnesota Department of Transportation, MnDOT, Rottermond, Shafer Contracting, Tim Worke
By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Minneapolis — Minnesota Department of Transportation officials experienced sticker shock when they opened bids for the long-anticipated U.S. Highway 14 project in the North Mankato area. The apparent low bid for the design-build project, which would improve safety and access on a well-traveled corridor, came in at $23.595 million — [...]
Low Bid – Design Build Proposals for West Wisconsin Avenue Vertical Lift Bridge and Juneau Avenue Vertical Lift Bridge, Milwaukee Plain-based Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc. turned in the low bid Tuesday for rehabilitation projects on a pair of bridges in Milwaukee. Kraemer & Sons bid $19,936,800 for work on the Wisconsin and Juneau avenue [...]
Zenith Tech Inc., Waukesha, has turned in the low bid for the Hoan Bridge redecking project in Milwaukee. State Highway Project-Hoan Bridge Deck Repair Structure B-40-400, Lake Freeway, Interstate Highway 794, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County Work for this portion of the 1977-built bridge includes about 41,252 square yards of preparation decks, 22,000 square feet of concrete [...]