Milwaukee leaders are calling on residents looking for work to consider helping build hundreds of new apartments and homes in the city. Mayor Tom Barrett and the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee announced a job fair will be held ...
In throwing his support behind a planned headquarters building for Hammes Co. in downtown Milwaukee, a city official argued it's not a local government’s place to cite architectural designs as a reason to approve or deny a development proposal.
Members of a Milwaukee trades organization reveled Tuesday night in the city’s downtown construction boom, talked up the benefits of their group’s hiring of an in-house counsel and mulled over both recent successes and setbacks in the state Legislature.
Although the owner of a New Berlin roofing company has settled a civil lawsuit and received two years’ probation for related criminal charges, there is no end in sight yet to his legal travails arising from his failure to pay prevailing wages on a Milwaukee housing project.
A federal judge has sentenced a New Berlin homebuilder to two years of probation for failing to ensure that construction workers employed on a Milwaukee housing project received federally mandated prevailing wages.
A New Berlin homebuilder has agreed to pay more than $1.6 million in restitution and damages to settle charges that his company violated federal prevailing wage laws while working on the Westlawn Gardens public-housing project on Milwaukee’s northwest side.