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Tag Archives: J.P. Cullen & Sons

BUILDING BLOCKS: Milwaukee Fortress (access required)

The Fortress dates to 1892 and was added onto up until 1912. It was initially used as a shoe factory by F. Mayer Boot and Shoe Company, which at one time produced as many as 9,000 shoes there a day. It later became a tannery. Its last year as a shoe factory was 1938. After that, it was used for a variety of purposes, including a daycare and Montessori school.

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Wisconsin contractors miss cut for courthouse bid (access required)

By James Briggs A prominent Wisconsin construction company wants to know why it was deemed unqualified to perform restoration work on the Kenosha County Courthouse. J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, was among four Wisconsin contractors that failed to make ...

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Milwaukee train shed job slips away from Immel (access required)

By Marie Rohde Howard Immel Inc. will not build a new train shed at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station even though the contractor submitted the low $17 million bid for the job. Milwaukee Intermodal Station Train Shed and Platforms (American Recovery ...

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Contract at Whitewater technology park violated rules

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The city of Whitewater and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater violated federal rules when awarding a construction contract at the Whitewater University Technology Park. The problem revolved around a $2.9 million contract awarded to Janesville-based J.P. Cullen ...

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