Last week, The Daily Reporter posted an article about school districts’ referendum requests heading into the Nov. 6 election. The article, with no attribution or data to support its claim, stated: “Construction companies have also become more aggressive about pushing for higher school spending.”Read More »
With the industry’s recruiting efforts bringing more young workers with little experience into the trades, what can contractors do to ensure their worksites remain safe?
Tagged with: AGC of Greater Milwaukee Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 John Schulze Mike Fabishak osha R. A. Smith National safety Terry McGowanRead More »
A motion to change the state’s unemployment insurance system could cost the construction and manufacturing industries tens of millions of dollars in additional taxes, according to the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau.Read More »
A lack of legislative language has construction lobbyists skeptical of subcontractor protections in a proposed project delivery reform bill.
Tagged with: AGC American Subcontractors Association of Wisconsin Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin construction manager at risk Dale Schultz IBEW International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Jeff Beiriger Jim Boullion project delivery Scott Walker subcontractor Van WanggaardRead More »
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.
Tagged with: ABC AGC Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin Badger Performance Center Building Commission Camp Randall Stadium CMAR construction manager at risk Jim Boullion multiple prime project delivery single prime University of Wisconsin-Madison UW-Madison UW-Oshkosh Van WanggaardRead More »