Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

DBE subcontractors announced for I-94 North-South Project final segment

The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal is 10% of the $161.6 million contract.

By - Aug 17th, 2018 10:04 am

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is finalizing the contract on the I-94 North-South Project northern segment from County G in Racine County to College Avenue in Milwaukee County.

Walsh Construction Company from Chicago, Illinois has identified the following DBE subcontractors to work on this project:

Name Headquarters Type of Work
Arbor Green Portage, WI Guardrail, signage and landscape
Arrow-Crete Construction, LLC Milwaukee, WI Concrete flatwork
Choice Construction Companies Waukesha, WI Rebar installation and beam setting
Hard Rock Sawing & Drilling Keshena, WI Sawing
Heider & Bott Milwaukee, WI PVC material supply
Interra Bolingbrook, IL Material testing
Mincon Inc. Forest Junction, WI Painting/staining
MJM Truckin’, LLC Nekoosa, WI Trucking
MTC Moreno’s Rockford, IL Trucking
Royal Crane Service Chicago Ridge, IL Crane rental
Tremmel-Anderson Trucking Sussex, WI Trucking
Waterford Truck Service Waterford, WI Trucking

The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal is 10% of the $161.6 million contract. More announcements will be made as additional subcontractors join the project.

Walsh Construction Company has worked on several complex projects in the state of Wisconsin. Walsh is the prime contractor on the Zoo Interchange Core II project which will be completed this summer. Walsh was also one of the prime contractors on the original I-94 mainline project in Kenosha County in 2011.

Work is expected to begin early September to reconstruct and expand 7.5-miles of freeway, reconstruct the interchange at 7 Mile Road and construct a new interchange at Elm Road. Other work includes drainage, grading, paving, traffic signals and structures.

Wisconsin communities across the state are engaging in the economic opportunities from advancing the I-94 North-South project and the Wisconn Valley development roads. This infrastructure supports the thriving corridor as multiple businesses like Amazon, Uline, Haribo and others are locating or expanding in the region.

Shippers and manufacturers move over $90 billion in goods along this corridor every year. We’re accelerating road construction work to ensure the freeway and local roads continue to support the rapid growth that is occurring across the corridor. Currently, construction contractors in Dodge, Jackson, Marathon, Outagamie and Wood counties, to name a few, have already received contracts during this construction phase.

This is the last I-94 mainline contract to be awarded.

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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