A recent report has found Milwaukee County’s five senior centers will reach retirement age in the next three years, and that replacing them could cost about $24 million.Read More »
A construction lobbying group is pushing for changes to state law that would give Wisconsin companies a bidding advantage on state projects and require companies that misclassify workers to tack the cost of taxpayer-funded health insurance and other benefits onto public bids.
Tagged with: Andrew Disch Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin Inc. Badger Care John Gard John Schulze North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters Wisconsin Infrastructure Investment Now worker misclassificationRead More »
When Dave Jones started his plumbing business in his garage in Mt. Horeb in 1977, he never envisioned it becoming a company with heating, fire-protection and electrical divisions.Read More »
The work will convert the airport’s food court into a marketplace with grab-and-go options. Concourse C will get a new Cousin’s Subs and Starbucks Coffee, as well as renovations to its Chili’s Too. Concourse D will get a Great American Bagel Company and renovations to its Usinger’s.Read More »