Work piled up for construction companies in March amid a strong economy, according to an indicator of backlogged work from the trade group Associated Builders and Contractors of America.Read More »
The impending bankruptcy of a big frac-sand company is a sign of the financial woes that could cripple more Wisconsin-based mines amid a nationwide oversupply of sand, according to an industry expert.Read More »
As Republicans on the state's budget-writing committee voted last week to send more money to Wisconsin tech schools and worker training, a new bipartisan bill would support careers in two emerging industries: wind and solar.Read More »
Lupient Automotive Group’s current INFINITI dealership is at 2228 E. Moreland Boulevard, Waukesha. The company’s new building will have an 8,400-square-foot service area with 13 service bays, an attached car wash, a 4,000-square-foot showroom, 9,300 square feet of office space and 253 parking spaces.
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State officials on Monday said they are searching for new ways to prevent the abuse of worker misclassification, a persistent source of concern that contractors blame for keeping bids artificially low and giving rise to an underground economy.Read More »