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Designers on wheels

Beth Dufek and Mark Knapp of Quorum Architects Inc., Milwaukee, participate on Tuesday in Tap the Potential: Disability Awareness 2003, sponsored in part by the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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The impact of indirect expenses

Have you ever wondered why there are thousands of hard working, knowledgeable specialty trade contractors who work long hours and do good work, but never seem to get ahead? How can someone work so hard and be knowledgeable in their trades, but still fail?

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Last chance

Department of Natural Resources Attorney Thomas Steidl opens the public hearing in Oak Creek on a draft air-quality operation permit for We Energies' proposed Elm Road generation station. The agency will accept written comments on the draft until Nov. 7 a

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Beyond the bargaining table

It's all too easy to view collective bargaining as the be all and end all of labor-management interaction. One of the greatest challenges (and opportunities) facing the construction industry today is how to parlay labor-management relations into gains tha

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Goblins and guns

Halloween is party time on Madison's State Street. It's sort of a Midwest Mardi Gras --- thousands of people from out of town, hundreds in costumes and many, many drinking too much.

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