Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org Contractors that would be welcomed to use Milwaukee’s local-bidder preference under a proposed revision are indifferent to the proposed change. Don Stark, CEO of Stark Asphalt, said his company would qualify under the proposed new rules because ...Read More »
Sean Ryan email@example.com Milwaukee is bidding out three contracts that would grant a 5 percent cushion to city-based builders even as two contractors are asking a judge to prohibit the local preference. A Milwaukee County judge on Nov. 3 will ...Read More »
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org The regional market around Milwaukee would be better served if the city kills its local-business preference rather than tweaking it to broaden the pool of participants, according to a contractor association leader. “In some regards, I wish ...
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Sean Ryan email@example.com Two contractors went straight from Milwaukee’s City Hall to the courthouse after a government panel rejected their challenges to a local bid preference. Underground Pipeline Construction Inc., New Berlin, and American Sewer Services Inc., Rubicon, sued the ...Read More »
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org In an attempt to win back two city contracts from MJ Construction Inc., two contractors are arguing the builder does not qualify as a Milwaukee-based company. Underground Pipeline Construction Inc. (PDF), New Berlin, and American Sewer Services ...Read More »
Sean Ryan email@example.com The two low bidders that lost sewer contracts to Milwaukee’s local-contractor preference law will challenge the city ruling this week. “We are going to file a protest either today or tomorrow,” Mike Dretzka, project manager for Underground ...Read More »
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org Backers of Milwaukee’s ordinance that favors local companies in construction bidding are defending the rule, even though its first use is likely to cost taxpayers more than $25,000. “I do think it’s a fair trade-off,” said Milwaukee ...
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