Wisconsin on Thursday received more than $17 million in freight rail awards that will go toward rail infrastructure and support job growth.
The city of Madison has saddled Krupp General Contractors LLC with 104 conditions to keep a $100 million west side redevelopment rolling.
A standard environmental remediation project has drawn what could be the highest bid in Milwaukee's history.
The Board of Commissioners of Public Lands on Wednesday approved five State Trust Fund Loans totaling just more than $3.2 million to provide money for public projects across Wisconsin.
An Ohio podiatrist wants to drill a little well on his Crawford County property to prove to wary neighbors the big well he wants won't harm a nearby creek.
A Waukesha County contractor has been ordered to pay $7,500 in forfeitures, assessments, costs and fees for illegally filling wetlands as well as removing material from the banks of a pond without any permits from the Department of Natural Resources, according to a news release from the Attorney General's office.
OEM Fabricators Inc. has recently expanded with a 12,000-square-foot addition to its Woodville facility while growing operations at its Neillsville facility, and has plans for a satellite operation in Prentice. The company also intends to hire more than 100 new employees, according to a news release from OEM.
Alderman Robert Bauman on Tuesday failed for the second time to persuade his colleagues to extend -- rather than rescind -- Harley-Davidson Inc.'s obligation to build a 100,000-square-foot office building in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley.
Fear of losing contract transparency is driving skepticism over a bill that would give the state more freedom to choose how it awards and delivers projects.
J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, must pay $25,000 in fines for asbestos violations committed during a 2005 project in Janesville, a Rock County Circuit Court judge ruled Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will close the connector ramp from I-94 eastbound to I-43 northbound in the Marquette Interchange in Milwaukee on Tuesday night.
Famed builder Marshall Erdman’s original Madison office will not receive historic designation by the city’s Landmarks Commission.
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- Former inmate able to rebuild life through work in construction trades
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- Illinois developer worked with Wisconsin contractor to build 258-unit Wauwatosa apartment complex
- VJS Construction raises the roof for Bruce Guadalupe Community School expansion project
- Microgrid pilot project will store energy for village affected by outages
- Dane County sees uptick in highway work zone crashes, on track to exceed last year
- The Hop streetcar will debut newest service route in fall with limited service
- FPC Live slims venue proposal to 1 downtown building
- Children’s Hospital urgent care center in Milwaukee gets first round of city approval
- With Sonag Construction shut down, feds move to block indicted owner from collecting leftover assets
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