By James Briggs Wisconsin’s construction market is on uneven ground right now, where some companies are finding opportunities to grow, while others are standing still or slipping back. Showing promise is The Boldt Co., Appleton, which increased its Madison office ...Read More »
By James Briggs Wisconsin‘s construction companies remain hesitant to hire new workers, even as many contractors report an increase in work. Verona-based Engineered Construction Inc., for example, is ready to build a 12,600-square-foot shopping plaza in Madison. The strip mall ...Read More »
By James Briggs The next two years will bring a mixed economic bag for the construction industry, which should show signs of growth by late this year, economists said Thursday. “I think there’s a fairly high level of confidence we’re ...Read More »
A $9.3 million Milwaukee loan will help the Moderne high-rise grow at the corner of Old World Third Street and Juneau Avenue.
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By Joe Lanane Scott Maly’s day-to-day reality as vice president of United Sewer & Water Inc. doesn’t match up with the optimism over 2011 coming from national construction trades groups. “We are completely shut down with nothing on the books,” ...Read More »
By Joe Yovino Spending from the Federal government’s stimulus program is helping the construction industry, albeit slower than many expected. That’s according to Ken Simonson, chief economist of the Associated General Contractors of America. Simonson spoke Thursday during an industrywide ...Read More »