If you’re a contractor and have sound advice on how to best build a complex bridge with an unusual design in a protected scenic waterway, Minnesota transportation officials want to hear from you.Read More »
The construction industry lost 1,000 jobs in July even though the its unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since 2008, according to analysis of new federal data by the Associated General Contractors of America.Read More »
Wisconsin's 5 percent minority contractor participation goal has stood for nearly 30 years with no adjustments, no review and no justification.
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Minnesota is raising the bar for minority hiring on construction projects paid for by the state, but some contractors say the new aggressive goals aren't realistic -- especially while unemployment is high in the construction industry.Read More »
Five months after the state government shutdown ended, the Minnesota Department of Transportation still is trying to settle more than half the contractor claims related to suspending road and bridge projects.Read More »
By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Minneapolis — Minnesota Department of Transportation officials experienced sticker shock when they opened bids for the long-anticipated U.S. Highway 14 project in the North Mankato area. The apparent low bid for the design-build project, which ...
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