Prospective construction project manager Andrew Hillstrom is in high demand.
The recession saved lives in the construction industry.
J. Gerard Capell of Capell Design Associates, Milwaukee, and Lynn Javoroski of Flad & Associates Inc., Madison, will be named fellows of the Construction Specifications Institute, a national association based in Alexandria, Va., at CSI’s annual convention Sept. 16 in Chicago.
By James Briggs A Milwaukee panel on Tuesday circumvented a new state law that bans local prevailing wage ordinances. But, city officials said, it’s too soon to tell whether Milwaukee […]
Construction companies turning to the public sector in search of work are learning that collecting a perceived debt from the government can be a losing experience.
Changes to Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations cost contractor Matt Olk $1,500 last year.
By Marie Rohde Milwaukee can take its first step toward race and gender equity on projects simply by requiring prime contractors pay subcontractors more quickly, according to an alderman backing […]
By Marie Rohde A Milwaukee alderman wants the city to treat project bidding in much the same way people sell items on eBay. The bidding idea, which Alderman Jim Bohl […]
The price of nearly every major construction material increased last month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ December producer price index. The prices of four key construction materials increased […]
By Joe Lanane Wisconsin architectural firms are ending 2010 on a high note, but it’s still in a minor key. “We haven’t completely turned the corner yet, but any slow, […]
By Joe Lanane
Engineers and architects have their turns now, but soon it will be construction companies that will bid on O’Donnell Park parking garage repairs.
By Joe Lanane The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will beef up its penalties Oct. 1, prompting some in the construction industry to question whether the agency’s focus is on […]
- Youth apprenticeships and new industries helped drive Wisconsin apprenticeships to record numbers
- EPA offers $2B to develop clean energy in disadvantaged communities
- Prices rise, but mass timber’s appeal remains
- BUILDING BLOCKS: Keller Inc. head of Switchgear Power Systems expansion
- Wisconsin bill wants to expand refunds and awards for youth and registered apprentices
- Plans for parking structure would ease pressure on Milwaukee timber tower
- Milwaukee airport concourse roof project will get $5.1M from feds
- TOP BIDDERS: The biggest recent winning bids around the state
- Milwaukee wants to join an EPA initiative to replace lead service lines
- Evers vetoes $2 billion tax cut, calls Republican plan ‘completely unserious’
- Nevada judge dismisses tribe’s lawsuit over contested lithium mine
- Energy Department tries to boost US battery industry with another $3.5 billion in funding
- First prefabricated bridge in US installed in Eau Claire County
- 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
- Four contractors selected to build border wall prototypes
- UW-Milwaukee’s Greenstreet shaping minds (and the city)
- Turning the Corner(s) (PHOTO SLIDESHOW)