In their 2020 proposed budget, Madison officials are a calling for spending less on capital projects than they did last year. A number of big jobs are being put off indefinitely.Read More »
Madison's Common Council on Monday voted to formally cut ties with one developer and open talks with another, a move that will likely lead to a more modest redevelopment of a closely watched complex blocks from the state Capitol.Read More »
A Madison committee on Monday recommended a firm that agreed to hire a unionized general contractor to complete a high-rise blocks from the state Capitol after outcry over the prospect that the work could be completed by a non-union company.Read More »
Madison officials this week put off recommending a developer for the construction of a high-rise at the city's Judge Doyle Square development amid questions over the standards the various companies competing for the job would use in paying and hiring workers.Read More »
Perhaps more so than any other year in recent memory, 2018 was momentous for the construction industry in Wisconsin.
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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.Read More »