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Feb 5, 2021

Lawsuit seeks to block Waukesha water pipeline construction (UPDATE)

The village of Waukesha is suing to stop the construction of a pipeline meant to supply water to its neighboring city of Waukesha, in a dispute likely rooted in a separate legal fight between the two municipalities.

Sep 11, 2018

A.W. Oakes low-bidder on street and water-infrastructure work in Mount Pleasant

A.W. Oakes & Son, of Racine, is the low-bidder on an $8.8 million job to rebuild streets and install a water-main relay in Mount Pleasant, the latest in a string of local infrastructure projects being undertaken to support the massive factory Foxconn Technology Group is building nearby.

Oct 31, 2017

TOP BIDDERS: Largest winning bids in Wisconsin this last week

Largest winning bids in Wisconsin from the previous week, according to The Daily Reporter’s JobTrac bidding service.

Jul 18, 2017

TOP BIDDERS: Largest winning bids in Wis. this week

A weekly compilation of the largest winning bids in Wisconsin, according to The Daily Reporter’s JobTrac service.

Jan 9, 2017

Contaminated soil floods stormwater-basin project with cost increases

A budget originally calling for spending $14.1 million on a pair of stormwater drainage basins in a Milwaukee industrial corridor has lately increased to around $15.2 million.

Jul 7, 2016

Super Excavators submits $14.1M bid for industrial corridor drainage project

The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has received a roughly $14.1 million apparent low bid for the construction of two storm-water basins that will be part of a flood-management system meant to serve Milwaukee’s 30th Street Industrial Corridor.

Apr 12, 2016

TOP BIDDERS: Largest winning bids in Wis. this week

A weekly compilation of the largest winning bids in Wisconsin, according to The Daily Reporter’s JobTrac service.

Mar 2, 2015

Panel hears testimony on right-to-work

Surrounded by a gallery full of people, speakers testifying Monday on Wisconsin’s right-to-work bill represented views for and against the measure that rapidly passed the Senate last week.

Dec 16, 2013

Brookfield quarry won’t be dump site for Zoo Interchange dirt

Concerned about his city’s potential lack of control over a much-debated quarry, Brookfield Mayor Steven Ponto plans to drive to Madison on Tuesday to speak in favor of legislation that would give local officials back their power to use zoning to control disposal and borrow sites that are within a mile of 500 or more residents.

Apr 20, 2012

Letter to the editor: Show of support for Ryan Creek

Operating Engineers Local 139 strongly supports the Ryan Creek sewer interceptor project undertaken by the city of Franklin.

Jan 20, 2011

Chill out

[caption id="attachment_64167" align="alignnone" width="485" caption="Robert Johnson, a crew member from Super Excavators Inc., Menomonee Falls, is bundled up Thursday during installation of a sanitary sewer on Bluemound Road at Honey Creek Parkway in Milwaukee. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a wind chill advisory for much of the state on Friday. Temperatures are ex[...]

May 10, 2010

Contractor protests MMSD pipeline low bid

By Sean Ryan Joel Kennedy Constructing Corp., a runner-up on the bidding for the Milwaukee Metropolitan District’s methane pipeline project, on Monday asked the district to reject the lowest bid. […]


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