Industrial

Clintonville activates new wastewater plant

Posted on Jul 13, 2018

An open house and ribbon cutting was held Wednesday for the new $10 million wastewater treatment plant in Clintonville. The city of Clintonville has provided wastewater treatment since the 1950s. The plant had operated well since the 1990 upgrade, but several pieces of equipment needed […]

Awards

Top Contractors Use New Tech to Meet Demand

Posted on Jul 11, 2018

When evaluating the Midwest’s largest contractors, it is clear that there is no one formula for success. Like a good financial portfolio, the key is to diversify. The top 10 firms on ENR’s Top Contractors list have their largest projects spread across six different states. […]

Miron Construction

MEET THE MIRON INTERN: BEN LAUREN

Posted on Jul 6, 2018

Internships are a great opportunity to gain real world professional experience before graduation. Each summer, Miron Construction welcomes a number of interns to work in all areas of our company. Every intern’s experience is unique. Rather than us tell you about it, we have invited fifteen […]

Education

UW-Stevens Point’s Chemistry Biology building on track to open this fall

Posted on Jun 21, 2018

The long-awaited $75.18 million Chemistry Biology Building at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is on track to open for students this fall, with departments and equipment moving in this summer. The June 12, 2017, storm that rocked the Stevens Point area was an untimely setback […]

Education

Pardeeville auditorium construction ‘extra special’ for local crews

Posted on Jun 14, 2018

Completion of Pardeeville’s performing arts auditorium has surprisingly little to do with floor plans, concrete or steel to the people working on the project every day. True completion, for at least a few of the workers, occurs when their children use it. “It’s neat when […]

Construction

$6 million office project for Stevens Point water and sewer departments gets OK

Posted on Jun 5, 2018

State regulators have given Stevens Point approval to build nearly $6 million in office and storage space that will begin a series of changes for the city’s water and sewer departments. The 37,500-square-foot building will have vehicle and equipment storage plus areas for offices, a […]