With the receipt of an $80 million contract on Thursday, Michels Corp. came close to hitting the quarter-billion-dollar mark for work on Interstate 94 tied to the massive Foxconn project nearby.Read More »
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation announced 14 subcontractors that will be working under Brownsville's Michels Corp. on $168.8 million worth of road work on Interstate 94.Read More »
The Wisconsin Legislature's budget committee took a detour on Thursday from Gov. Scott Walker's road-funding plan, directing more money toward local road projects amid criticism from Democrats who argued against spending anything more on a stretch of Interstate 94 running near the massive Foxconn Technology Group project.Read More »
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will be giving the public the latest news on the road developments around the Foxconn factory project at a meeting scheduled for March 15. The meeting will take place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. ...Read More »
Infrastructure is something that directly affects Wisconsinites from all corners of the state every day. From its most remote rural regions to the densest neighborhoods of our biggest cities, the entire state relies on efficient infrastructure for its economy and citizens’ quality of life. And more than any other project in the state, the I-94 East-West corridor renovation promises wide-ranging benefits for Wisconsin.Read More »
In the wake of President Donald Trump's call in his State of the Union address for spending $1.5 trillion on infrastructure, state officials will be off to the country's capital to press home their request for hundreds of millions of dollars to speed up road work connected to the Foxconn plant being built in southeast Wisconsin.
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