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Sep 22, 2023

Matt Moroney steps up as CEO of Wangard Partners

Stewart Wangard will take on the role of executive chairman of the Board at Wangard.

trade labor shortage
Sep 22, 2023

The trade labor shortage is nothing new, but its impacts are

Skilled trades employers posted over 200,000 job openings in April 2023.

Sep 22, 2023

Wauwatosa gains $1M for affordable housing through Barrett Lo redevelopment deal

Barrett Lo Visionary Development will give $1 million to Wauwatosa's affordable housing fund, more than what it paid for the land to build $400 million apartments on.

Sep 21, 2023

Wisconsin unions, businesses rally support for Line 5 relocation project

Union reps said workers are waiting patiently as Enbridge awaits approval from the Department of Natural Resources.

Sep 20, 2023

Wisconsin’s starting fixed fee for engineering services gets a bump

Engineering companies said the raise was a start to stay competitive with state's neighbors

Caroline Heights Apartments
Sep 20, 2023

BUILDING BLOCKS: Caroline Heights Apartments turns historic structures into living space

The Mandel Group, Engberg Anderson Architects and Catalyst Construction are all project partners.

Sep 19, 2023

Kenosha Common Council unanimously passes contractor requirements for public bids

Kenosha officials championed the bill for its apprenticeship requirements, while some contractors said some rules were vague.

Sep 19, 2023

Old church finds new purpose as St. John’s Lutheran Church converts to affordable housing

Real estate experts said the church’s transformation aligns with a wider trend of faith-based groups turning into affordable housing

Indoor farm
Sep 19, 2023

Indoor farms are shutting down as their businesses struggle. So why are more being built?

Inside a bright greenhouse about an hour outside Dallas, workers in hairnets and gloves place plugs of lettuce and other greens into small plastic containers — hundreds of thousands of them — that stack up to the ceiling. A few weeks later, once the vegetables grow to full size, they'll be picked, packaged and shipped out to local shelves within 48 hours.

Sep 19, 2023

TOP BIDDERS: The biggest recent winning bids around the state

See the biggest winning bids from around the state this past week, from our Wisconsin Project Center online bidding service.

Sep 18, 2023

Wisconsin contractors urge Kenosha council to delay vote over bidding ordinance

Kenosha officials will vote on an ordinance which contractors say will bar some firms from working on area public projects.

Sep 18, 2023

Lawmakers forward nearly $700M plan to repair American Family Field

Republicans want Milwaukee to help pay for the Brewers, but it’s not clear if local officials will play ball.


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