Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

Contract executed for WisDOT’s I-94 North-South Projects Southern Segment

Work set to begin June 22 to rebuild northbound lanes

By - Jun 18th, 2018 02:49 pm

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (WisDOT) I-94 North-South project team is announcing the execution of the contract to begin construction on the south segment project. Michels Corporation headquartered in Brownsville, Wisconsin was the low bidder for the work valued at $168,872,899.28 which was the lowest of the three bids received.

Michels is the prime contractor with the following subcontractors involved in the reconstruction project:

Subcontractor Business Headquarters Type of Work
Arbor Green*** Portage, WI Signage and guardrail
Arrow-Crete Construction LLC*** Milwaukee, WI Concrete work
Century Fence Company Pewaukee, WI Pavement marking
Con-Cor Company, Inc.*** Menomonee Falls, WI Sawing concrete/asphalt
Diversified Infrastructure Services, Inc. Fond Du Lac, WI Surveying
Hoffman Construction Company Black River Falls, WI Earthwork, storm sewer, structure and roadway removals
Homer Tree Service, Inc. Lockport, IL Clearing and grubbing
Lunda Construction Black River Falls, WI Concrete bridges
Mega Rentals, Inc. Madison, WI Traffic control and pavement marking
Pavement Maintenance, Inc. Menomonee Falls, WI Road sweeping
Payne & Dolan, Inc. Waukesha, WI Asphalt paving
Pro Electric, Inc. Franksville, WI Freeway traffic management systems
Surface Preparation Technologies, LLC  

Mechanicsburg, PA

 

 

Shoulder Rumble Strips

 

Twin Lakes Transit LTD*** Eden, WI Trucking

Of the 14 approved subcontractors, 12 are Wisconsin-based with 4 being Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) firms.

***Indicates DBE

For additional information on the I-94 North/South project go to:

https://projects.511wi.gov/i94northsouth/

For the latest traffic information, visit:

https://511wi.gov/

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