Paul Snyder email@example.com Architects realize the potential and potential headaches of a switch to building-information modeling for large state construction projects. “I just wrestled with it for two hours on the simplest thing,” said Josh Johnson, president of the American ...Read More »
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org A state agency remains committed to launching an electronic bidding system in eight months despite uncertain legislative support, an untried system and industry representatives who say there are more important issues. “There are systems in place for ...Read More »
Paul Snyder email@example.com A few tweaks to bidding documents for state projects could reduce confusion, but contractors are cautioning the state not to go too far with its changes. “Whether you like the process or not, or whether you’ve made ...Read More »
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org Contractors are making more mistakes more often on bid documents, prompting state officials to broach the prickly prospect of giving themselves more discretion in awarding projects. “I’d say with almost every project, we see one contractor disqualified ...Read More »
Paul Snyder and Dustin Block email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Plans to spend $23 million over the next 10 years maintaining Milwaukee’s Bradley Center doesn’t rule out eventually building a new arena, according to Bradley Center President Steve Costello. “We’re focused on the ...Read More »
Paul Snyder email@example.com Joseph Cincotta says the Wisconsin Supreme Courtâ€™s interpretation of one law will determine if the state can be held accountable if it bungles contractual or bidding processes. â€œItâ€™s better to make the state pay when they screw ...
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Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org The UW System Board of Regents on Thursday formally pitched a set of changes to the stateâ€™s review and approvals process for new construction. â€œThese recommendations are fairly modest,â€ said regent Jeffrey Bartell, â€œbut they could make ...Read More »