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Below is a summary of the major elements of the stimulus agreement reached by negotiators. We’ve captured the key elements below. The hope is...

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As you know, yesterday Governor Evers issued a “Safer at Home” Executive Order that temporarily shut down many businesses as Wisconsin...

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Governor Evers released his Safer at Home Executive Order today. Below is the section on Essential Infrastructure. The bottom-line is essential...

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Today ACEC Wisconsin wrote to Governor Tony Evers urging him, as he announces his Safer at Home policy tomorrow, to include engineering in any...

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The COVID-19 outbreak is placing tremendous strain on Wisconsin health care's supply of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). Many health care...

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ACEC National has prepared an editorial about the importance of infrastructure funding in the upcoming stimulus package. Please click this link to...

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The State of Wisconsin has sent out information to all construction and design firms. The resources are available here. Please reach out to RJ Binau...

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On Tuesday, Linda Darr, ACEC National President/CEO sent a letter to all Senators raising concerns about the impact of the coronavirus response...

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Today, ACEC participated in call with WisDOT Secretary Craig Thompson and other industry representatives to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on...

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Late last night, the House made changes to HR 6201, and the Senate is beginning consideration today. Family/Sick Leave and Assistance to Employers...

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Due to recent directives by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, and the CDC, we have postponed the April 17th Awards Banquet and roundtable. We took this...

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The following information is from ACEC National that has compiled information for firms to consider. Please see the information below and use the...

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