MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The head of the group representing Wisconsin’s road builders says he’s disappointed the three major candidates for governor all say they oppose toll roads. Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association executive director Pat Goss said Thursday that despite ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan Milwaukee County might take on more roadwork despite studies and theories suggesting there is a benefit to withdrawing from the business. The county could save money if takes over some of the roadwork — such as paving, ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder The Joint Committee on Finance Thursday got its first report from the construction industry on the effects of stimulus money in 2009. Bob Barker, executive vice president of the Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin; Pat Goss, executive ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder The Joint Committee on Finance on Thursday will hold an informational hearing on the effects of the federal stimulus package on Wisconsin’s construction industry. Pat Goss, executive director of the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association, and Bob Barker, ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan Builders nationwide are fighting a proposed California rule requiring reductions in diesel emissions from construction equipment. Industry groups fear California’s rule will set a standard for other states to adopt. But in Wisconsin, regulators are content partnering ...
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By Sean Ryan Contractors must consider the health of aging Zoo Interchange bridges under the three spans that will be repaired as part of an emergency contract. The request for proposals for emergency repairs to the Milwaukee interchange gives contractors ...Read More »
The 2009-11 state budget for transportation infrastructure and remaining federal stimulus projects will support more than 28,500 jobs in the state over the next year, according to Pat Goss, executive director of the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association. State and federal ...Read More »