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Senate OKs regulatory overhauls

Madison - The state Senate approved a trio of bills Tuesday that would overhaul Wisconsin's business regulations, allowing for automatic permit approval, exempting small businesses from penalties if they self-report rule violations and allowing businesses

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New technologies

Mean & Hunt uses two new technologies - Strata(r) reflective crack-relief system, which includes a pavement interlayer design to resist reflective cracking, and PAVESET, a computerized grade-control system -- on a runway at the Rock County Airport in Jane

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Marshall Erdman's career really began with a proposition from Frank Lloyd Wright. "Baby, how would you like to be famous?" the architect reportedly asked the young builder.

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Cudahy planning 152-unit condo project

The city of Cudahy is forming a tax incremental financing district to fund an environmental cleanup of the former Crane Manufacturing & Service Corp. building to allow for the development of a $19 million, 152-unit condominium project.

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Do higher taxes spur growth?

Last week, several members of the construction and bonding industries met to discuss the merits of the retainage-reduction bill that has been introduced by Rep. Daniel Vrakas. This bill has broad-based support among contractors --generals, subs, large and

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Almost there

General contractor James Cape & Sons Co., Racine, is stacking the dirt high in Middleton, where two halves of the Highway 12 expansion will soon await a bridge to connect them.

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