A Madison-based concert promoter looking to build a venue in Milwaukee’s Deer District has secured agreements with two construction and labor partners, company officials announced on Monday.Read More »
Employers in the water industry met with jobseekers at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources office in Milwaukee on Wednesday to increase exposure for infrastructure jobs and address growing vacancies in the water sector.
Tagged with: J.F. Ahern Co. Kevin Shafer Michels Corporation Milwaukee Area Technical College Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council Milwaukee Department of Public Works Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District Milwaukee Water Works Preston Cole Strand Associates Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesRead More »
From vaccinations to mental health, COVID-19 has greatly changed how the construction industry thinks about safety.
Tagged with: Associated Builders and Contractors Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee coronavirus Dan Bukiewicz Dan Burazin Don Moen International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council safety suicideRead More »
Federal infrastructure investments can play a key role in establishing jobs and promoting a fuller economic recovery in the aftermath of our nation’s COVID-19 response — if we get the details right.Read More »
Our country currently has the highest number of unemployed Americans since the Great Depression. While many of the 33 million workers who have filed for unemployment since the coronavirus crisis began expect to be rehired, many jobs will not come back.Read More »
After an extensive search, the Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee has picked Mark Kessenich as its next CEO.
Tagged with: Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin Bob Barker Dan Bukiewicz Mark Kessenich Mike Fabishak Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council WRTP/Big StepRead More »
With their city's ongoing building boom, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and other local officials have a lot to be happy about these days.Read More »
Construction workers left their hardhats at home on Monday to testify in front of a group of state lawmakers on a bill that would eliminate Wisconsin's prevailing-wage laws.Read More »