A federal proposal to implement an executive order for project labor agreements for federal projects worth $35 million or more has sparked debate within Wisconsin’s construction industry.
Late last week, John Mielke, president of ABC Wisconsin, submitted commentary lamenting items he felt weren’t mentioned by President Biden while visiting Wisconsin to discuss the billions in bipartisan infrastructure funding that is headed our way.
If a pair of bills receives a favorable reception from state lawmakers next week, local governments will be well on their way to being prohibited from attaching mandatory project-labor agreements to public projects.
Even though the new Milwaukee Bucks arena has a project-labor agreement that some argue directs the work to union companies, at least one non-union subcontractor has managed to get a piece of the project.
The only basketball question that is more pressing than the potential of Bucks’ first-round draft pick Jabari Parker is the uncertainty surrounding the team’s new home.
The Minnesota Vikings and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority will choose an architect for the $975 million Vikings stadium project by early October.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority is pushing to build the Vikings stadium under an agreement that advocates say bring labor peace and harmony to construction projects.
By Sean Ryan The federal government Tuesday officially shifted toward project labor agreements, confirming the fears of nonunion contractors. Starting May 13, federal agencies can require PLAs on projects that […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Associated Builders and Contractors’ member Stephen Worth, president and CEO of Worth and Company, Inc., Pipersville, Pa., testified Thursday at a forum in the U.S. House of […]
By Paul Snyder As badly as Madison-area labor unions need the work the redevelopment of the Edgewater Hotel would provide, at least one will retract its support without a project […]
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