Standing in the heart of New Berlin, the Activity and Recreation Center will offer residents a variety of programs, activities and events.Read More »
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Standing in the heart of New Berlin, the Activity and Recreation Center will offer residents a varie...
The Yahara Solar Project will be Dane County’s largest renewable energy project, coming in nearly tw...
Located on the north side of Milwaukee, both sites will receive updates that will help to revitalize...
American Wood Fibers, a maker of animal-bedding materials, is renovating a building across the stree...
Spike Brewing's move to a new building will allow it to hire 20 employees in addition to the 25 now ...
American Wood Fibers, a maker of animal-bedding materials, is renovating a building across the street from its current operation in Schofield so it can install a new production line. The line will be used to turn paper waste into paper-pellet absorbents for animal cages. The company will buy the fiber from a Wisconsin-based tissue manufacturer and then take it to Schofield for decontamination, drying, pelletizing and packaging. American Wood Fibers expects to process and sell about 14,000 wet tons of paper fiber ever year, preventing that material from going to waste. To have additional help with this work, the company plans to hire 10 more workers over the next three years.Read More »
The village of Cambridge is receiving $72,700 from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. to help with the renovation of this 130-year-old store front. The building’s ground floor has been used for everything from a hardware store, to a meat market a sporting-goods shop and a grocery store. Its upper floor housed the village’s clerk’s office.Read More »
The existing structures will be demolished to make way for the proposed apartment building. The building may have underground parking along with ground-level parking and 14,800 square feet of retail space. The apartments will include one-, two- and three-bedroom units.Read More »
The village of Menomonee Falls is one of many Wisconsin municipalities that are replacing their lead water lines to reduce the risks of lead poisoning from drinking water. Milwaukee, for instance, has about 70,000 lead laterals that are up for replacement. Doing that work is expected to cost as much as $800 million.Read More »
The building will be an industrial precast speculative building. It’s meant to fulfill the need for new quality Class A industrial warehouse and distribution space in the Fox Valley market.Read More »