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Inclusion should be way we do business

I was interested in your poll question and how we have come to this position in Milwaukee where we have to poll the design and construction industry on whether to include residents of the central city on city, county, state, federal or private projects. M

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Legislators are right to oppose PLA

I want to express my support for the four legislators who are opposing the use of a project-labor agreement on the University of Wisconsin $134 million Interdisciplinary Research Complex project. Typically, a PLA would eliminate 80 percent of the construc

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Opponents of power line lose appeal

Wausau - Opponents of a proposed high-voltage transmission line through northwestern Wisconsin from Wausau to Duluth, Minn., lost a legal battle Tuesday, but the ruling could help the groups in coming months, an attorney said.

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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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