A Janesville-based construction company was recognized for its performance in Deloitte’s annual list of largest private companies.
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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.
The company behind Madison's public-private Judge Doyle Square development abandoned a federal lawsuit on Wednesday accusing the city of "seizing" the development of the project's parking structure and retail space without its permission.
Employees with J.P. Cullen & Sons raise and secure the first section of roof truss at the new Milwaukee Bucks arena on Tuesday.
John Paul Cullen, a president of J.P. Cullen & Sons for about two decades, used his long life in large part to carry on a legacy first started at the Janesville-based general contractor 125 years ago.
[caption id="attachment_61721" align="alignnone" width="490" caption="Mike Potts of J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, removes a concrete form while working Tuesday on the new Fitchburg Public Library. The $14 million, 38,000-square-foot library will include underground parking and is scheduled for completion in April 2011. (Staff photos by Kevin Harnack)"][/caption]
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., […]
[caption id="attachment_60487" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="The Rev. Robert Wild (left), president of Marquette University, and J.P. Cullen of J.P. Cullen & Sons Inc., Janesville, talk Wednesday evening during Wisconsin Builder magazine and The Daily Reporter's 2010 Newsmakers of the Year awards event at Country Springs Hotel in Waukesha. Marquette was honored as Developer of the[...]
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 […]
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 […]
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