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Wauwatosa residents want campus, preservation

By Sean Ryan Wauwatosa residents want the economic boost of a university campus without changing a prized parcel of green space. But the developer of the proposed University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus and preserve says they can’t have both. “If we ...

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UW-Milwaukee engineering campus takes shape (UPDATE)

By Sean Ryan Wauwatosa residents hungry for information stand between a proposed $250 million engineering campus development and a planned 2010 construction start. The developers of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Innovation Park in Wauwatosa are ready to start answering questions. ...

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Rule change threatens two-year architectural programs

By Paul Snyder A looming change in state licensing-exam requirements for architects may wipe out the value of Wisconsin colleges’ two-year architecture-training programs. The rule change would be “a step in the direction of requiring an accredited degree,” said Josh ...

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Contamination clouds Milwaukee water school (UPDATE)

By Sean Ryan Cleanliness comes before construction for those planning a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences project. But money comes first. “We have to find the money,” said state Rep. Pedro Colon, D-Milwaukee, “and we have to make ...

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Economists spot upside to industry’s downfall

By Sean Ryan The construction industry is falling from a sustained boom that peaked in 2007 and 2008, resulting in a plummeting number of jobs this year. There are two ways to interpret the dramatic shift in the industry, said ...

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