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Subcontractors disqualified in Twin Cities from new light rail bids
The Metropolitan Council for the Twin Cities has tweaked construction documents for major work on the $1.858 billion Southwest Light Rail Transit project, but it remains to be seen if those changes will have the desired effect of reducing project costs.
Waukesha to buy Lake Michigan water from Milwaukee
The city of Waukesha will buy Lake Michigan water from its neighbor to the east, Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett announced on Monday. Waukesha plans to eventually use the Great Lake as its new source of municipal water, following the construction of a pipeline and other infrastructure needed to draw water …
Weis joins Spancrete Kelly Weis recently joined Spancrete as director of preconstruction and construction at the company’s Waukesha headquarters. In his new role, Weis will work with various stakeholders during the preconstruction progress and will also be responsible for managing estimating and bidding and coordinating project schedules and requirements concerning general-construction installation. In the past …
FEMA disavows Puerto Rico power contract amid investigations
The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Friday it had no involvement in the decision to award a $300 million contract to help restore Puerto Rico’s power grid to a tiny Montana company in Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s hometown.