Lukas Mitchell (left) and Nick Schremp, both of Architectural Products of Wausau Ltd., work from a lift March 29 while installing composite panels on the exterior of the General Mitchell International Airport Training Center and Administration Corridor.
Adam Long of Triad Construction Inc., West Allis, puts the finishing touches on a safety guard around a robotic cell at Industrial Automation Solutions Inc. in West Allis on Tuesday.
Owen Benning of Triad Construction Inc., West Allis, uses a circular saw to cut plywood Wednesday at Lucky Rabbit in Waukesha.
John Schauble of Triad Construction Inc., West Allis, nails joists into place at the Lucky Rabbit on Nov. 14 in Waukesha.
Matt Chromy of Frank D. Gillitzer Electric Co. Ltd., Mequon, installs a light fixture April 24 at Holz Motors in Hales Corners.
Todd Stauske of Davco Development, Waukesha, hangs metal studs Monday at Holz Motors in Hales Corners.
Davco Development Corp.’s Bill Guynn, squares metal studs on the awning of the new Career Industries facility in Racine.
Published: February 21, 2011
Tags: Axley Brynelson, Daniel A. Kaplan, Department of Workforce Development, DWD, Foley & Lardner, Mike Long, Triad Construction, Troy D. Thompson, Unemployment Compensation Division
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