The Milwaukee School of Engineering received its first two city approvals of a zoning change for a new mixed-use building downtown.
A potential new student residence is up for a zoning change, a move the Milwaukee School of Engineering has been pursuing for more than a month.
Published: September 20, 2013
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Prospective construction project manager Andrew Hillstrom is in high demand.
Milwaukee’s Redevelopment Authority on Thursday recommended approval of a request to extend purchase and development deadlines for the former Staybridge Suites.
The sale of a downtown Milwaukee building is being delayed as the potential new owners pursue a zoning change.
Sam Senghoung, an employee of Chenango Contracting, Johnson City, N.Y., seams together turf panels July 29 at the new Milwaukee School of Engineering athletic field and parking complex in Milwaukee.
A group of students from Milwaukee School of Engineering has been busy constructing a Lego replica of Lambeau Field.
Hunzinger Construction Co.’s Tony Diego uses a pump to remove rainwater that has collected at the new Milwaukee School of Engineering athletic field and parking complex in Milwaukee.
Uihlein Electric Co. Inc.’s Joe Hernandez installs one-inch conduit between concrete beams recently at the new Milwaukee School of Engineering athletic field and parking complex in Milwaukee.
Antonio Garcia (left) and Hugo Pequeno, both employees of Elastizell of Wisconsin Inc., New Berlin, place guides before pouring Elastizell concrete to support the playing surface at the new Milwaukee School of Engineering athletic field and parking complex in Milwaukee.