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Wisconsin’s water use
Sep 22, 2023

As other states go dry, Wisconsin’s water use plummets

Wisconsin seemingly swims in an abundance of fresh water.

Sep 20, 2023

Editorial: Brewers proposal isn’t a good deal for Wisconsin

What Legislators are now talking about is equivalent to more than the original construction cost, even accounting for inflation.

Sep 15, 2023

Improving transportation keeps Wisconsin competitive

It is vital that we maintain our roads and bridges in good repair.

Sep 14, 2023

Locally assessed property values fail to keep up with booming real estate market

With real estate values rocketing upward during the COVID-19 pandemic, the gap between local property tax assessments and market values in Wisconsin is now the largest in recent memory.

Aug 24, 2023

Rigid nonmetallic conduit (RNC) installations

PVC conduit or RNC is a versatile, relatively inexpensive, wiring method that is impervious to most all corrosive influences.

Aug 21, 2023

Editorial: Legalizing marijuana could fix more than 700,000 potholes

Legalizing marijuana in Wisconsin would recognize reality: Cannabis has gone mainstream. Most Americans now live in states where it is legal, and it hasn’t caused lots of problems.

Jul 31, 2023

How following work zone safety guidelines keeps everyone safe

It’s summer, when everyone’s out and about in cars, on bikes and on foot, and the weather is also ideal for road repairs after a long, hard winter. It’s also the season when the most roadway accidents occur, making awareness of the dangers of work zones a priority – especially for construction firms and their workers.

Jul 21, 2023

Preconstruction services, project savings, and great expectations

A developer client recently expressed mixed emotions when reflecting on a new project that had been delivered on time and under budget. The investors were happy, and the client had […]

Jul 12, 2023

Build safe, skilled workforce by offering opportunities

The need for skilled construction workers is forecasted to increase by 10% by 2030, urging employers to provide more opportunities for new workers.

Jun 30, 2023

How construction companies can plan for a smooth transition

Warning: Don’t forget to plan for ownership and leadership transition, whether for growth or an exit from the business.

UW-Madison Engineering Building
Jun 14, 2023

Editorial: Support new UW engineering building

Frankly, we were stunned at the committee’s action, since the UW-Madison and the UW System had made the new $347 million engineering school its top priority for the capital budget.

May 17, 2023

Editorial: State selloff in downtown Madison makes sense

Gov. Tony Evers is wisely proposing the sale of three large office buildings downtown: the State Natural Resources Building (also known as GEF 2) at 101 S. Webster St., the neighboring State Education Building (GEF 3), and the Gothic-styled and historic State Office Building at 1 W. Wilson St., overlooking Lake Monona.


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