Wisconsin regulators fined a utility contractor last week for nearly striking a gas main in Vernon County, a case that's stirring up questions about whether the state is tough enough on excavators.Read More »
A consultant's proposal for the redevelopment of a section of downtown Sun Prairie severely damaged in a massive explosion last year calls for the construction of a place where residents and visitors can both live and play in hundreds of new residential units, a boutique hotel, taller buildings and a "Festival Street."Read More »
Lawmakers on Thursday aired out a bill that would require subcontractors to call the digger's hotline before excavating -- a measure that seeks to clarify state rules in the wake of a natural gas explosion in Sun Prairie last year.Read More »
The Wisconsin Public Service Commission on Thursday slapped a contractor with a $25,000 fine for failing to check for utilities before striking a natural-gas line in downtown Sun Prairie and causing an explosion that killed a firefighter.Read More »
Two contractors working in Sun Prairie ahead of an explosion that killed a firefigher and leveled much of the city's downtown last summer have been fined by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration for their role in the blast.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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