Mortenson Construction is part of a major push ramping up this fall to promote diversity in construction, an initiative inspired in part by the national reckoning following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Read More »
American investment in infrastructure is often taken for granted, but having lived and traveled in lesser developed nations with poor roads, airports and sometimes completely dysfunctional food systems, I can say we have it good.Read More »
Heather Stoffel has joined Boldt as senior director of healthcare and will specialize in client relations, preconstruction, and team leadership for customers across the region from Boldt’s Wisconsin River Valley office in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Stoffel has 25 years of ...
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It’s no secret that in recent years, the political divide between the left and the right has been growing. In today’s highly politicized environment, legislation and policy is often bogged down by political theater or diluted (or inflated) to get just enough votes for approval. The result can make for bad policy in some cases, and no policy in others.Read More »
Gov. Tony Evers ran on a promise to repair our deteriorating roads, bridges and other transportation infrastructure. The governor made good on that promise by investing the greatest amount of new transportation spending in a generation.Read More »
Union pension trustees wield significant legal power over any employer that has contributed to a union pension trust as well as any employer that should have contributed, but failed to do so. Let’s start with an example to demonstrate one way this liability presents itself.Read More »