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State Starting To Benefit From Infrastructure Act

The bipartisan Infrastructure Investment And Jobs Act is already starting to benefit Wisconsin. A number of road construction projects are either completed or in the works and the Department of Transportation will receive $80 million to replace multiple bridges in Columbia County. In this video from Building Wisconsin TV, host Stuart Keith meets with [...]

2024-07-22T10:38:37-05:00July 22nd, 2024|Current Events, Project Insights|0 Comments

Summer Camps Introduce Kids To The Trades

Skilled Trades Summer Camps are becoming more popular. These camps offer courses and hands-on experience in the Trades to allow students to explore rewarding post-high school careers. In a recent survey, 80% of high school students said they put a higher value on job training than a college degree and K-12 schools in Wisconsin [...]

2024-06-06T09:57:48-05:00June 6th, 2024|Current Events|0 Comments

LEGOs Take Over Mulva Cultural Center

A different kind of bricks have taken over the Mulva Cultural Center in De Pere WI as a new exhibit, Bricktionary, opened this week. Designed to showcase the creativity and possibilities with the simple LEGO brick, the exhibition includes more than 150 custom-built models created by LEGO® Certified Professional, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught and his [...]

2024-05-29T10:16:39-05:00May 29th, 2024|Current Events, Project Insights|0 Comments

Housing First Initiatives Address Homeless Problem

Around the country, many municipalities are using Housing First initiatives to aid homeless people and families. Milwaukee is no exception as we'll see in this video from Building Wisconsin TV. Host Stuart Keith meets with Mark Klann from Cardinal Capital Management and Daniela Imig from Wisconsin Community Services to visit the Thurgood Marshall Apartments and learn about the Harm Reduction Project in Milwaukee County. Subscribe to the Building [...]

2024-04-15T08:38:09-05:00April 15th, 2024|Current Events, Project Insights|0 Comments

Bill Aims To Reduce Salt Use

Snowplows were honking while driving around the Capitol Square in Madison on Tuesday in support of a bill to reduce winter salt use across the state. The bill urges legislation toward training for contractors and other professionals who operate snowplows to practice safe methods when using salt and ultimately, reduce the amount of salt [...]

2024-03-21T09:17:51-05:00March 21st, 2024|Current Events, Project Insights|0 Comments