Emily Pritzkow’s initial acquaintance with the construction industry came while she was working in state Rep. Gordon Hintz’s office, where she was assigned for a time to the state Building Commission. Now executive director of the Wisconsin Building Trades Council, ...Read More »
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With speeding and crashes up since the start of the pandemic, most contractors are reporting that highway construction zones became no safer this past year and might have grown even more hazardous. A recent Associated General Contractors of America survey ...Read More »
Non-union contractors are lining up in opposition to proposed changes to federal prevailing-wage laws that they argue will make public projects more expensive at a time when the U.S. is looking to rebuild much of its infrastructure.
Tagged with: Associated Builders and Contractors Ben Brubeck Construction Business Group Dan Bukiewicz Davis-Bacon Act infrastructure Milwaukee Building & Construction Trades Council prevailing wages Robb Kahl U.S. Department of LaborRead More »
Along with being among the relatively few women with an executive role at a large general contractor, Anna Stern can now claim to be the first female president of the Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin.Read More »
On taking over as president of the Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee, Scott Heberlein found himself staring down both an old problem and a rather new one.Read More »