Gov. Tony Evers, together with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, announced Tuesday that Wisconsin has achieved a state record of more than 15,900 apprentices during 2022 thanks to strong growth in traditional sectors, including construction and manufacturing and innovative opportunities in fields such as IT and health care.
U.S. construction spending fell 2.9% in April, showing the largest drop in 18 months, with broad declines across all building activity as shutdowns hobbled projects and workers were told to stay home.
Though the construction industry has largely continued to work through the coronavirus pandemic, it hasn’t dodged the broad economic downturn that’s followed the outbreak, according to a survey released by the Associated General Contractors of America Friday.
Spending on U.S. construction projects rose a solid 0.6% in November as gains in home building and government projects offset weakness in nonresidential construction.
Work piled up for construction companies in March amid a strong economy, according to an indicator of backlogged work from the trade group Associated Builders and Contractors of America.
Contracts are the cornerstones of construction projects. For that reason, it's never a bad idea to subject the documents to a thorough review before signing them.
A Pennsylvania man who allegedly misled customers pleaded guilty to a theft by contractor charge Friday.
Wisconsin construction jobs increased 2.8 percent in November, the eighth-highest gain of any state during the same period.
By Sean Ryan State officials plan to use tax credits awarded Friday to drum up work for builders such as Jon Matthews, who started an electrical company this week. Matthews, […]
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Most highway repair projects across Wisconsin will be on hold over the long Memorial Day holiday weekend. According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, only a […]
By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — Despite national employment numbers offering encouraging news for construction, builders across the country are nervous about what the future holds as stimulus […]
By Joe Yovino
Have you ever waited for something so long the wait actually becomes the something?
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- BUILDING BLOCKS: Second phase of Lower Yahara River Trail construction
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- CBRE opens office on 18th floor of Milwaukee BMO Tower
- Former inmate able to rebuild life through work in construction trades
- Zignego to lead $60M I-894 improvement project
- 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
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