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Industry Pulse: A recap of the latest project awards, and what’s on tap

APPARENT LOW BIDS

Wisconsin

• Staab Construction Corp., Marshfield, submitted the apparent low bid of $2,223,000 for wastewater treatment improvements in Reeseville.

• Advance Construction Inc., Green Bay, submitted the apparent low bid of $1,554,192.25 for a street and utility improvement project in Waukesha.

• SCS Builders LLC, Fond du Lac, submitted the apparent low bid of $537,445 for a town hall addition and renovation project in Hull.

• J.F. Ahern Co., Fond du Lac, submitted the apparent low bid of $423,000 for strainer improvements at the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility in Milwaukee.

• Visu-Sewer Inc., Pewaukee, submitted the apparent low bid for some utility work in Milwaukee. Bid results can be found HERE.

• Hill Electric Inc., Madison, submitted the apparent low bid of $132,200 for a compressed natural gas detection, ventilation and fire alarm system for the Dane County Parks and Lakes Management Facility in Madison.

• Guelig’s Waste Removal & Demolition LLC, Eden, submitted the apparent low bid of $75,600 to raze a building in Beaver Dam.

• Sam’s Well Drilling Inc., Randolph, submitted the apparent low bid of $74,700 for a well construction project in Brillion.

• A list of the firms that submitted proposals for the Weyauwega-Fremont School District’s long range facilities planning services and feasibility study can be found HERE.

• A list of the firms thar submitted proposals for land surveying services to perpetuate public land survey system monuments in Madison can be found HERE.

Out of State

Geisler Brothers Co., Dubuque, Iowa, submitted the apparent low bid of $208,480 for a roof and insulation project at the Dubuque Senior High School.

Geisler Brothers Co. submitted the apparent low bid for a roof and insulation project at the Dubuque Senior High School.

• Global Specialty Contractors, Eagan, Minn., submitted the apparent low bid of $1,089,000 for a platform addition project at the Nicollet Mall Station in Minneapolis.

• Geisler Brothers Co., Dubuque, Iowa, submitted the apparent low bid of $208,480 for a roof and insulation project at the Dubuque Senior High School.

• Champion Coatings Inc., Savage, Minn., submitted he apparent low bid of $208,820 for a water tank coating project in Red Wing, Minn.

• Klauer Construction Co., Dubuque, Iowa, submitted the apparent low bid of $147,950 for work on the Central Kitchen loading dock project for the Dubuque Community School District.

AWARDED

Wisconsin

Staab Construction Corp., Marshfield, was awarded a $4,857,000 contract for the Appleton Water Treatment Facility upgrades and modifications project in Menasha.

Staab Construction Corp. was awarded a contract for the Appleton Water Treatment Facility upgrades and modifications project in Menasha.

• Staab Construction Corp., Marshfield, was awarded a $4,857,000 contract for the Appleton Water Treatment Facility upgrades and modifications project in Menasha.

• Lunda Construction Co., Little Chute, was awarded a partial contract of $1,073,246 contract to construct bridge spans at the Boat Works property in Oshkosh.

• Maas Brothers Construction Co. Inc., Watertown, was awarded a $618,000 contract for construction management services for the Jefferson County Highway Department central garage project.

• Vinton Construction Co., Manitowoc, was awarded a $664,666.10 contract for a parking lot reconstruction project at Riverside Park in Oshkosh.

• Western Contractors Inc., New Berlin, was awarded a $454,950 contract for a stream bank stabilization and water quality pond project in Lac La Belle.

• Frank O. Zeise Construction Co. Inc., Green Bay, was awarded a $412,469 contract to construct an open air performance pavilion at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay.

• Minger Construction Inc., Chanhassen, Minn., was awarded a $271,219.60 contract for storm sewer improvements in Hudson.

• Green Bay Area Builders, De Pere, was awarded a $93,713 contract for a restroom remodeling project at the Green Bay campus of the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.

• C3T Inc., Milwaukee, was awarded an $89,890 contract for a remodeling project at the Walworth County Government Center.

• Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc., Duluth, Minn., was awarded a $37,400 contract for containment cell capping design services at the Moccasin Mike Landfill in Superior.

• Design Structures LLC, Middleton, was awarded a contract for a tenant improvement project for Oak Park Dental in Madison.

• MSA Professional Services Inc., St. Paul, Minn., was awarded a contract to identify best management practices for stormwater and wastewater management for the Highway 64 Stormwater and Wastewater Coalition in St. Croix County.

• Awards for the January statewide highway letting can be found HERE.

Out of State

• VSGI LLC, Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., was awarded a $2,317,000 contract for renovations at a preparedness center at a VA hospital in Hines, Ill.

• Rock Valley Glass Company, Cherry Valley, Ill., was awarded a $1,373,200 contract for a window replacement project at Auburn High School in Rockford.

• Rockford Structures Construction Co., Rockford, was awarded an $880,000 contract for new office construction at the Auburn High School in Rockford.

ON THE HORIZON

WisDOT is planning to include the Milwaukee Intermodal Station train shed and platforms project in the May 2014 state highway letting.

WisDOT is planning to include the Milwaukee Intermodal Station train shed and platforms project in the May 2014 state highway letting.

• WisDOT is planning to include the Milwaukee Intermodal Station train shed and platforms project in the May 2014 state highway letting.

• The Twin City Catholic Educational System, Neenah, is planning to build a new Catholic middle school in the town of Menasha.

• The village of Walworth is seeking approval to renovate a vacant building to house the Walworth Memorial Library.

• The Ithaca School District has announced the bid schedule for its school district building plan.

• A hearing will be held by the Milwaukee County Department of Transportation and Public Works in February to discuss upcoming pavement and security/wildlife fencing projects at two Milwaukee County airports.

• The Arcadia School District will be issuing a Request for CM-At Risk Services for their school building plan.

• The state Building Commission has authorized the planning, bidding and construction of a toilet-shower and vault toilet project at the Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo.

• The state Building Commission has authorized the planning, bidding and construction for the Rib Mountain State Park Modernization Project, Phase II.

JobTrac Stats:

New and Updated Jobs Jan. 1 – Jan. 22, 2014: 966
New and Updated Jobs Jan. 1 – Jan. 22, 2013: 727

New Jobs Week of Jan. 16 – 22, 2014: 177

New Jobs Week of Jan.16 – 22, 2013: 102

REFERENDUMS

• The Kettle Moraine School District, Wales, is holding a referendum in April to vote on facility and technology needs.

• The Johnson Creek School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on the construction of a new school.

• The Fennimore Community School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on a school district building program.

• The Monticello School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on school district capital improvements.

• The Wisconsin Dells School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on the construction of a new high school and converting the existing high school into a middle school.

• The Green Bay Area Public School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on school district capital improvement projects.

The State Building Commission has authorized the planning, bidding and construction of a toilet-shower and vault toilet project at the Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo.

The state Building Commission has authorized the planning, bidding and construction of a toilet-shower and vault toilet project at the Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo.

• The Sheboygan Falls School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on the construction of a new middle school.

• The Lodi School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on a school district technology infrastructure upgrades and district maintenance projects.

• The West Salem School District is holding a referendum in April to vote on a new middle school and other district improvements.

• The Denmark School District is holding a referendum In April to vote on school district maintenance projects.

• The School District of Luck is holding a referendum in April to vote on district technology initiatives.

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