Joel Beutel of J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, welds a metal column April 1 at Camp Randall Stadium on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc. was recently awarded a $36,436,603 contract to build the nation’s first graduate school of Freshwater Sciences.
The city of Milwaukee on Friday filed a lawsuit in Milwaukee County Circuit Court against four companies for damages related to terra cotta installed on the exterior of City Hall during the building’s restoration project between 2006 and 2008, according to a city of Milwaukee news release.
In the fallout of a controversial bidding error in which the city wrongly applied a federal minority hiring threshold to a library project, Madison's mayor now wants to make sure the mistake never happens again.
J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. on Friday submitted an apparent low bid for the Madison Central Public Library project, inching the city closer to the end of a rebid sprinkled with threats of lawsuits.
Madison's Common Council president wants J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. to file a rebid for the Central Public Library reconstruction rather than a lawsuit over losing the original project award.
Three Madison aldermen want the city to rebid the Central Public Library reconstruction, not because of the threat of a lawsuit, but because, they say, it's the right thing to do.
Under construction St. Norbert College Michels Commons Additions and Renovations Location: De Pere Architect: Performa Inc., De Pere Contractor: Miron Construction Co. Inc., Neenah Project cost: $7.3 million Construction start: […]
Janesville-based general contractor J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc. was awarded the $76.8 million contract for the Student Athlete Performance Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, according to a company news release.
J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, must pay $25,000 in fines for asbestos violations committed during a 2005 project in Janesville, a Rock County Circuit Court judge ruled Tuesday.
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Bids have been received for structural improvements and repairs to the O’Donnell Park parking garage in Milwaukee. J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, submitted the low bid for structural improvements […]
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