State officials have picked three contractors to perform more than $10 million in MEP work on an expansion and renovation of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Kohl Center.Read More »
Most people know supplies are running short of the sorts of protective masks often used to shield nurses, doctors and first responders from the deadly coronavirus. But what about the small aluminum strips that, when attached to the part of masks meant to go over a person’s nose, help to ensure there is a good seal?
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A weekly compilation of the largest winning bids in Wisconsin, according to The Daily Reporter’s JobTrac service.
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The Daily Reporter's weekly digest of companies that have been cited for OSHA violations during work around the state.
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When a leaking roof and outdated mechanical systems began to threaten the YWCA’s central mission — providing shelter and affordable housing to Madison’s disadvantaged population — the organization knew it was time for a major renovation.Read More »