MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Officials with the state Department of Administration have announced they won’t expand a state-owned power plant to generate more electricity. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports officials say the state won’t build a steam turbine generator to ...Read More »
By Adam Wise One high-rise, student-housing building on the block offers enough shade for Luther Memorial Church in Madison. The church, about three years ago, struck a deal with Madison developer LZ Ventures, which built the 14-story Grand Central Apartments ...Read More »
By James Briggs A Madison hotel that shut down one month before construction was supposed to wrap up in 2009 soon could open for business. Neighbors and prospective guests, though, have heard similar promises for two years regarding Hotel Red, ...Read More »
In order to land a contract working on the $165 million Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery project in Madison, competing contractors J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. and M.A. Mortenson Co. had to work together.
Tagged with: Affiliated Engineers Graef-USA J.H. Findorff & Son Madison Mortenson PSJ Engineering Top Projects 2010 Uihlein/Wilson Architects University of Wisconsin-Madison UW-Madison Wisconsin Institutes for DiscoveryRead More »
By James Briggs When Gov. Scott Walker axed a biomass boiler from a planned $251 million renovation of Madison’s Charter Street Heating Plant, the governor announced savings of $100 million for taxpayers. That number is wrong, said John Harrod Jr., ...Read More »
By Jack Zemlicka The man who would lose control of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s capital planning is warning the state not to step on competitive bidding in the rush to grant the campus independence. David Miller, associate vice president of ...
Tagged with: Associated Builders & Contractors of Wisconsin board of regents Building Commission David Miller Dean Kaufert design/build Gordon Commons John Mielke Scott Walker University of Wisconsin-Madison UW System UW-MadisonRead More »