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Debt debate puts roadwork at risk

By Adam Wise Jim Hoffman is saving his money, extending his credit limits and bracing for potential layoffs to keep his road-building company afloat should the federal government fail to resolve its debt limit impasse. “What I’m doing is basically ...

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Madison project prompts delivery debate

By James Briggs The construction-manager-at-risk project delivery method is facing renewed scrutiny after state approval of a waiver for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The state Building Commission granted the waiver Wednesday for a $76.8 million addition to Camp Randall Stadium ...

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UW System seeks more from state for building projects

By James Briggs The University of Wisconsin System is pushing for a pair of key projects that were snubbed in Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed capital budget, but state lawmakers are waiting for word from Walker’s office on how to proceed. ...

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Views from around the state: Tort rules not a liability in state

How do you sort out all the rhetoric about the need for tort reform in Wisconsin? And why is it so important that Wisconsin reform in order to create jobs? Most of us probably don’t know the difference between a ...

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Marquette goes it alone on building project

Paul Snyder paul.snyder@dailyreporter.com With no help from the state in sight, Marquette University might be unable to meet its anticipated summer start date for construction of a $100 million engineering building. “We’re committed to continue fundraising,” said Marquette spokeswoman Mary ...

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