Amid an outbreak of COVID-19 that’s put much of public life on pause, infrastructure work in the upper Midwest is plowing forward.Read More »
Even as COVID-19 has led to school closings, event cancellations and other social-distancing measures, Wisconsin's construction industry has largely made no plans to stop work – at least fornow.
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Gov. Tony Evers announced Wednesday that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation will give out about $75 million in grants to 152 local transportation projects, a one-time shot in the arm for the state's local roads.Read More »
Racine-based Cornerstone Pavers USA and two affiliated companies have filed for bankruptcy, a decision that comes on the heels of major delays on several projects in southeastern Wisconsin.Read More »
If you’re looking for a sign of the need for more road money in Wisconsin, here it is: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation recently sought applications from local governments for one-time grants to improve infrastructure.Read More »
The city of Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation are likely to hit pause on some construction work during the Democratic National Convention this summer, an event that's expected to bring thousands of visitors to the city.Read More »