By Marie Rohde Wisconsin is on the verge of adopting the 2009 international building code, leaving some to wonder why the state took so long to embrace the construction standards. “It is way wrong that we have not adopted the ...Read More »
By James Briggs Wisconsin’s staff of commercial building inspectors has dwindled during the past decade from more than 20 to 11, causing concern over whether the state can process inspections quickly enough. Some city officials are pushing for reinstatement of ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan The soggy furniture and waterlogged photo albums are long gone from basements swamped in 2008, but the threat of more flooding remains. Dennis Heling, executive director of the Jefferson County Economic Development Consortium, said there is a ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder A wary construction industry is watching closely as legislators consider automatically updating state building codes to match those set by the federal government. “The fear is what we would have to adopt,” said Brad Boycks, director of ...
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