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Industry Pulse: Who’s getting the work, and what’s on the horizon

APPARENT LOW BIDS

Wisconsin

Payne & Dolan Inc., Waukesha, submitted the apparent low bid of $902,765.66 for a runway pavement replacement project at the Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport in Milwaukee.

Payne & Dolan Inc. submitted the apparent low bid for a runway pavement replacement project at the Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport in Milwaukee.

• Super Western Inc., Menomonee Falls, submitted the apparent low bid of $1,497,194.49 for a grading and soil erosion project for TID No. 6 NEUNMMR parcels in Germantown.

• Miron Construction Co. Inc., Neenah, submitted the apparent low bid of $1,180,693 for the remodeling of a command suite at the Joint Force Headquarters in Madison.

• Payne & Dolan Inc., Waukesha, submitted the apparent low bid of $902,765.66 for a runway pavement replacement project at the Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport in Milwaukee.

• Boelter Cos., Waukesha, submitted the apparent low bid of $48,661.25 for a culinary Phase I equipment procurement for the Waukesha County Technical College.

• Dahlman Construction Co., Milwaukee, submitted the apparent low bid of $510,000 for a cooling tower replacement project at the Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Facility.

• Platt Construction Inc., Franklin, submitted the low GPC bid of $421,360 for the construction of a motor vehicle storage compound at the Oak Creek Armory.

• Robert J. Immel Excavating Inc., Greenville, submitted the apparent low bid of $419,882.50 for a sanitary sewer and water main construction project in Freedom.

Platt Construction Inc., Franklin, submitted the low GPC bid of $421,360 for the construction of a motor vehicle storage compound at the Oak Creek Armory.

Platt Construction Inc. submitted the low GPC bid for the construction of a motor vehicle storage compound at the Oak Creek Armory.

• Michels Foundations, a Division of Michels Corp., New Berlin, submitted the apparent low bid of $397,955 for the Metro Boat Launch project in Green Bay.

• Butters-Fetting Co. Inc., Milwaukee, submitted the apparent low bid of $385,000 for a cooling tower replacement project at the Milwaukee County Courthouse.

• Ron Christiansen Trucking Inc., Schofield, submitted the apparent low bid of $345,230 for a parking lot resurfacing project at the Wausau Readiness Center.

• NuGen Johnson LLC, Milwaukee, submitted the apparent low bid of $333,612 for repairs to the Columbia Mill and Woolen Mill Dam in Cedarburg.

• Absolute Construction Enterprises Inc., Racine, submitted the apparent low bid of $329,000 for the construction of a utility garage in Caledonia.

• Ed Gersek Inc., Green Bay, submitted the apparent low bid of $206,704.40 for a parks project in Green Bay.

• JCP Construction LLC, Milwaukee, submitted the apparent low bid of $97,767.65 to repair the rowing club boathouse in Milwaukee.

• Dahlman Construction Co., Milwaukee, submitted the apparent low bid of $86,000 for a masonry restoration project at the Milwaukee Central Library.

JCP Construction LLC, Milwaukee, submitted the apparent low bid of $97,767.65 to repair the rowing club boathouse in Milwaukee.

JCP Construction LLC submitted the apparent low bid to repair the rowing club boathouse in Milwaukee.

• Sykes Construction Inc., Appleton, submitted the apparent low bid of $56,800 for a trail bridge construction project at O’Hauser Park in the town of Menasha.

• Neuman Pools Inc., Beaver Dam, submitted the apparent low bid of $51,995 for the resurfacing of a swimming pool at the Brillion Community Center.

• J.T. Rams Roofing, Saukville, submitted the apparent low bid of $27,092 to re-roof the Erin Town Hall.

• Fortress Fence Inc., Green Bay, submitted the only base bid of $16,115 for additional fencing at the Red Wolf exhibit at the Brown County NEW Zoo in Suamico.

• Moehn Plumbing, Chilton, submitted the apparent low bid of $11,300 for a shower replacement project at the Brillion Community Center.

• The bid summary for the design and remodel of the Marathon City Village Hall can be found HERE.

• The MEP bidders bid summary for a chiller replacement project at the Joint Force Headquarters in Madison can be found HERE.

• The MEP bidders bid summary for a Portage Readiness Center HVAC replacement project can be found HERE.

• The MEP bidders bid summary for a field maintenance shop vehicle exhaust system replacement project at the Whitewater Readiness Center can be found HERE.

• The bid summary for the construction of a ballpark grandstand and concession building in the village of Birnamwood can be found HERE.

Out of State

• Master Mechanical Inc., Egan, Minn., submitted the apparent low bid of $515,000 for a boiler system project at the bus overhaul base in St. Paul.

• WDM Enterprises Inc., Marinette, submitted the apparent low bid of $184,640 for a heating system renovation project in Stephenson, Mich.

AWARDED

Michels Corp., Brownsville, was awarded a $938,000 contract to remove the Porlier Street swing bridge in Green Bay.

Michels Corp. was awarded a contract to remove the Porlier Street swing bridge in Green Bay.

• Haas Sons Inc., Thorp, was awarded a $2,623,933.51 contract for a street and utility project in Altoona.

• A. W. Oakes & Son Inc., Racine, was awarded a $1,842,357.75 contract for a sanitary and storm enhancement project in Kenosha.

• Dorner Inc., Luxemburg, was awarded a $1,151,119.25 contract for a trail utility extension project for the Hughes Trail in Pewaukee.

• Michels Corp., Brownsville, was awarded a $938,000 contract to remove the Porlier Street swing bridge in Green Bay.

• Altmann Construction Co. Inc., Wisconsin Rapids, was awarded an $824,800 to remodel the Tomah Armory.

• PTS Contractors Inc., Green Bay, was awarded a $797,639.80 contract for a water main extension project in Oconomowoc.

• Don Hietpas & Sons Inc., Little Chute, was awarded a $784,926.15 contract for a water main extension with master meter installation in Oshkosh.

• LaLonde Contractors Inc., Milwaukee, was awarded a $579,284.25 contract for a paving project in Milwaukee.

• Norcon Corp., Schofield, was awarded a $464,918 contract for a bridge/water control structure repair project at Dam 29 at the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in Necedah.

• Struck & Irwin Paving Inc., De Forest, was awarded a $415,385.39 contract for a seal coating project in Milwaukee.

Nelson Construction Co. of La Pointe Inc., La Pointe, was awarded an $83,045 contract for a La Pointe harbor maintenance dredging project on Madeline Island.

Nelson Construction Co. of La Pointe Inc. was awarded a contract for a La Pointe harbor maintenance dredging project on Madeline Island.

• Monarch Paving Co., Turtle Lake, was awarded a $204,849.70 contract for a street improvement project in Superior.

• Doine Excavating Inc., Marshfield, was awarded a $238,000 contract for a parking lot reconstruction project in Marshfield.

• Sonrise Construction Inc., Elkhorn, was awarded an $184,321 contract to repair and renovate the Vern Wolf Lake Dam in the town of Brighton.

• Capelle Bros. & Diedrich Inc., Fond du Lac, was awarded a $152,730 contract to relocate the Psychology Department in the Polk Library at the UW-Oshkosh.

• Nelson Construction Co. of La Pointe Inc., La Pointe, was awarded an $83,045 contract for a La Pointe harbor maintenance dredging project on Madeline Island.

• Poblocki Sign Co., West Allis, was awarded a $59,757 contract to supply way finding signage to the La Crosse Regional Airport.

• Cole Masonry LLC, Marinette, was awarded a $29,000 contract for a wall restoration and tuck pointing project at Garfield Elementary School in Marinette.

• D & J Concrete Construction LLC, Mauston, was awarded a $27,585 contract for the reconstruction of the south entrance of the Juneau County Courthouse in Mauston.

• Environmental Plant Services Inc., Schofield, was awarded a $14,734 contract for an asbestos abatement project at the Marinette Fire Station.

• The successful MEP bidders have been identified for a sign shop renovation project at the Eau Claire Sign Shop can be found HERE.

Decker Lumber & Supply General Contractors, Athens, was awarded a contract to design and remodel the Marathon City Village Hall.

Decker Lumber & Supply General Contractors was awarded a contract to design and remodel the Marathon City Village Hall.

• Decker Lumber & Supply General Contractors, Athens, was awarded a contract to design and remodel the Marathon City Village Hall.

An updated award summary for the September WisDOT statewide highway letting can be found HERE.

On The Horizon

The Marshfield School District is planning some district energy efficiency projects, and building and grounds improvement projects.

JobTrac Stats

New Jobs, Week of Sept. 10 – Sept. 16, 2014: 138

New Jobs, Week of Sept. 10 – Sept. 16, 2013: 104

New and Updated Jobs, Sept. 10 – Sept. 16, 2014: 397

New and Updated Jobs, Sept. 10 – Sept. 16, 2013: 326

New and Updated Jobs, Jan. 1 – Sept. 16, 2014: 16,637

New and Updated Jobs, Jan. 1 – Sept. 16, 2013: 13,356

New Jobs, Week of Sept. 10 – Sept. 16, 2014, by region:

  • Central: 40
  • Northern: 15
  • Southeastern: 39
  • Southwestern: 22
  • Various Wis. Counties: 0
  • Out of State (portions of Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota): 22
This Week’s Industry Pulse Setlist

The Velvet Underground – Sweet Jane

Traveling Wilburys – Tweeter And The Monkey Man

Big Daddy Kane – Ain’t No Half Steppin’

Amon Tobin – Keep Your Distance

Oneida – Sheets Of Easter

Hunchback – Ugly On the Outside

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