The Associated General Contractors announced on Tuesday that it has taken over the management of the Wisconsin Masonry Alliance, a trade group representing about 40 companies.
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The Community First Champion Center was backed by 10 cities and villages in the Fox Valley and is meant to draw tourists to that part of the state. It has an ice rink with seating for 1,000 people, a fieldhouse with four basketball courts or eight volleyball courts and seating for 800 people and a seasonal arena that can be used as an ice rink or as four basketball or six volleyball courts.Read More »
Chapter 11 bankruptcies will be easier for businesses with relatively small debt loads under a new law that takes effect in February.Read More »
In 1986, Top Gun hit the big screens, the Chicago Bears won the Super Bowl – let’s hope for the last time – and 1.44-megabyte floppy disks were hitting the market. It was also the last time regulations enforcing one of our nation’s most important environmental laws – the National Environmental Policy Act, or NEPA – were revised. A lot has changed in technology, sports and culture since 1986, so why aren’t the regulations that govern the infrastructure our economy depends on being brought up to date as well?Read More »
If Jairo Cruz had been a professional football player instead of a construction worker, he may well have been deemed a hero for playing his way through injury and taking one for the team.Read More »
With steadily rising costs still a big barrier to the construction of affordable housing, construction professionals are turning more and more to a relatively new remedy: volumetric modular construction, process in which most of the work takes place in a factory setting, leaving little to do on-site.Read More »