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A road crew proceeds with the Interstate 94 rebuild Thursday south of Howard Avenue in Milwaukee. Walsh Construction Co., Chicago, was awarded most of the project, while Wisconsin Constructors — which consists of Lunda Construction Co., Black River Falls; Edgerton Contractors Inc., Oak Creek; and Michaels Corp., Brownsville -- is doing work between College and Howard avenues. The I-94 rebuild includes about 35 miles of freeway and 18 interchanges and extends from the Mitchell Interchange area to just south of the Illinois state line, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. (Staff photo by Kevin Harnack)

A crew with Ricci-Welch Inc., Rolling Meadows, Ill., works to install drainage equipment as part of the Interstate 94 rebuild Thursday south of Howard Avenue in Milwaukee. This phase of the project is expected to be complete by Dec. 17. Walsh Construction Co., Chicago, was awarded most of the I-94 project south of Milwaukee, while Wisconsin Constructors — which consists of Lunda Construction Co., Black River Falls; Edgerton Contractors Inc., Oak Creek; and Michaels Corp., Brownsville -- is doing work between College and Howard avenues. The I-94 rebuild includes about 35 miles of freeway and 18 interchanges and extends from the Mitchell Interchange area to just north of the Illinois state line, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. (Staff photo by Kevin Harnack)

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