Terry McGowan

How We Get Natural Gas – Part 1

This week, we'll see how improvements are made in our natural gas infrastructure. In today’s video from Building Wisconsin TV, we’ll learn about excavating using side boom tractors as host Stuart Keith meets with Terry McGowan from Wisconsin Operating Engineers Local 139 and Josh Retzleff from KS Energy Services. Stu travels first to Coloma WI to check out the training required and then [...]

2019-08-19T13:41:38+00:00 August 19th, 2019|Project Insights|0 Comments

Wisconsin Operating Engineers Training Program

In today’s video from Building Wisconsin TV, we feature the Wisconsin Operating Engineers Training Program at the IUOE Local 139 Training Campus in Coloma. Host Stuart Keith meets with Terry McGowan from the Wisconsin Operating Engineers and Robb Kahl from the Construction Business Group to learn about the classroom, heavy equipment and on-the-job training that’s required during a Wisconsin Operating [...]

2019-06-25T14:45:38+00:00 June 25th, 2019|Project Insights|0 Comments

Excavating For A Natural Gas Pipeline

In today’s video from Building Wisconsin TV, we'll learn about excavating using side boom tractors. Host Stuart Keith meets with Terry McGowan from Wisconsin Operating Engineers Local 139 and Josh Retzleff from KS Energy Services. We'll first travel to Coloma WI to check out the training required and then to Wrightstown WI to watch the installation of a natural gas [...]

2019-05-09T15:55:10+00:00 May 9th, 2019|Project Insights|0 Comments

Training For Wisconsin Operating Engineers

Today’s video from Building Wisconsin TV features training for Wisconsin Operating Engineers at the IUOE Local 139 Training Campus in Coloma WI. Host Stuart Keith meets with Terry McGowan from the Wisconsin Operating Engineers and Robb Kahl from the Construction Business Group to learn about the classroom, heavy equipment and on-the-job training that’s required in a Wisconsin Operating Engineer apprenticeship. [...]

2019-03-13T14:34:17+00:00 March 13th, 2019|Project Insights|0 Comments

$50,000 Good Reasons To Be An Operating Engineer

In today's short video from Building Wisconsin TV, we'll see why there are $50,000 good reasons to become a Wisconsin Operating Engineer. If you think you have what it takes, click here or go to BuildingWisconsinTogether.com to learn more. Subscribe to the Building Wisconsin Blog to learn about major construction initiatives all around Wisconsin.

2019-01-30T15:42:36+00:00 January 30th, 2019|Project Insights|0 Comments

Excavating With Side Boom Tractors

In today’s video from Building Wisconsin TV, we learn about excavating with side boom tractors. Host Stuart Keith meets with Terry McGowan from Operating Engineers Local 139 and Josh Retzleff from KS Energy Services. Stu goes first to Coloma WI to check out the training required and then to Wrightstown WI to watch a natural gas pipeline being installed. Subscribe to the Building Wisconsin Blog to [...]

2019-01-07T15:54:58+00:00 January 7th, 2019|Project Insights|0 Comments

Improving Our Natural Gas Infrastructure

Our followers know that it's Transportation Awareness Month on the Building Wisconsin Blog. While Wisconsin voters are concerned about pothole-filled roads and highways as discussed in today's featured article, there's more to our state's transportation infrastructure. In today’s video from the Building Wisconsin TV series, we’ll watch as a new natural gas pipeline is being [...]

2018-10-24T15:06:33+00:00 October 24th, 2018|Current Events, Project Insights|0 Comments

Wisconsin Operating Engineer Training

In today’s video from the Building Wisconsin TV series, we feature Wisconsin Operating Engineer training at the IUOE Local 139 Training Campus in Coloma. Host Stuart Keith meets with Terry McGowan from the Wisconsin Operating Engineers and Robb Kahl from the Construction Business Group to learn about the classroom, heavy equipment and on-the-job training that’s required in an Operating Engineer apprenticeship. Click here to [...]

2018-10-02T15:14:11+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|Project Insights|0 Comments