Published: September 7, 2012
Tags: air conditioning, Andrews Heating & Cooling LLC, Appleton, C&J Fabricators Inc., Cambria, citation, communication line, crane, D.B. Construction of Salemville LLC, derrick, Edwardo Gonzalez, electrical, equipment, excavation, eye protection, face protection, fall protection, foundation, Framing Solutions LLC, Gethsemane Roofing LLC, H&H Utility Excavating Inc., Hales Corners, heating, Kenosha, ladder, Lews Seamless Gutters & Roofing, Madison, material, Milwaukee, Mount Horeb, Muskego, osha, Pewaukee, Plumbing, poured-concrete, power line, precast concrete, remodeling, residential, review commission, roofing, safety, SCS Builders LLC, settlement, single-family housing, steel erection fall protection, structural steel, structure, Sturtevant, T.L. Miller Construction Inc., Talbert Electric LLC, training, Vertical Structures Inc., Waunakee
The Daily Reporter’s weekly digest of companies that have been cited for OSHA violations during work around the state.
Published: May 17, 2012
Tags: aerial lift, AFC Roofing, All About Exteriors, All Exteriors Plus LLC, Appleton, Bear Electric Service LLC, Brunette Properties of Green Bay LLC, C&C Construction of Southern Wisconsin LLC, Cambridge, citation, commercial, concrete, Coppens Metal & Roofing, Davco Development Corp., Diaz Construction LLC, Do It Right Construction LLC, electrical, Emery’s Roofing and Siding LLC, excavation, Exterior’s Expert’s Restoration, eye protection, face protection, fall protection, foundation, Franklin, Gaffney Custom Homes LLC, Green Bay, Greenfield, head protection, Howard, installation, institutional, Janesville, Kaukauna, La Crosse, ladder, Mercer, Middleton, Milwaukee, multifamily housing, Northern Metal and Roofing Co. Inc., osha, Paul Crandall & Associates Inc., Paul Davis Restoration of SE Wisconsin Inc., Pember Companies Inc., roofing, safety, scaffolding, settlement, structure, training, Waukesha
The Daily Reporter’s digest of companies that have been cited for OSHA violations.
Published: March 18, 2011
Tags: building code, College of Engineering, design, earthquake, geoscience, Harold Tobin, Kieffer, research, structure, U.S. Geological Survey, University of Wisconsin-Madison, UW, UW-Madison
By Jack Zemlicka and Brian Johnson Though the state is thousands of miles from the epicenter of the 9.0-magnitude offshore quake that shook Japan on March 11, Wisconsin could see changes to its building code result from the overseas disaster. Every time there is an earthquake, particularly a significant one, international building codes are reviewed [...]