Developers are moving forward with plans to build an 8,000-seat soccer stadium as part of a mixed-use project near Marquette University.Read More »
A huge fire set off by an explosion Thursday at a marine construction company in southeast Wisconsin injured six people, including three firefighters, and drew fire and emergency responders from three other counties in the region, officials said at a briefing.Read More »
Non-union contractors are lining up in opposition to proposed changes to federal prevailing-wage laws that they argue will make public projects more expensive at a time when the U.S. is looking to rebuild much of its infrastructure.
Tagged with: Associated Builders and Contractors Ben Brubeck Construction Business Group Dan Bukiewicz Davis-Bacon Act infrastructure Milwaukee Building & Construction Trades Council prevailing wages Robb Kahl U.S. Department of LaborRead 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 »