Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

Wisconsin-based Michels Corporation awarded WisDOT’s I-94 North-South Projects Southern Segment Construction Work

Work on the project is expected to begin this June with a completion date in late 2019.

By - May 29th, 2018 02:32 pm

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (WisDOT) I-94 North-South project team has awarded the south segment project to Michels Corporation headquartered in Brownsville, Wisconsin. The bid for the work was $168,872,899.28 which was the lowest of the three bids received for the work.

Work on the project is expected to begin this June with a completion date in late 2019. The project includes the reconstruction of the mainline pavement on I-94 which will add a fourth lane of traffic both north and southbound in addition to reconstructing the interchanges at WIS 11, County KR and County E. The project will stretch from WIS 142 in Kenosha County up to WIS 20 in Racine County.

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/

Mentioned in This Press Release

2 thoughts on “Wisconsin-based Michels Corporation awarded WisDOT’s I-94 North-South Projects Southern Segment Construction Work”

  1. Tom says:

    Let me take a wild guess…they donoted to Walker and republicans so they got the contract? Correct? Pay to play, that is the Scott Walker way afterall. Walker stinks

  2. blurondo says:

    Don’t forget the Foxconn contract:
    http://tinyurl.com/y8pp8u7s

Leave a Reply

You must be an Urban Milwaukee member to leave a comment. Membership, which includes a host of perks, including an ad-free website, tickets to marquee events like Summerfest, the Wisconsin State Fair and the Florentine Opera, a better photo browser and access to members-only, behind-the-scenes tours, starts at $9/month. Learn more.

Join now and cancel anytime.

If you are an existing member, sign-in to leave a comment.

Have questions? Need to report an error? Contact Us