The City of Madison Engineering Division will allow use of low-carbon concrete in the construction of public sidewalks and curb and gutter thanks to the work and initial passion of a couple local Girl Scout troops.
Good weather can make all the difference when working in the field in the construction industry. Rain can make it muddy and messy. Snow can make it dangerous. Sharp wind can give you a chill down your back.
A big yellow front loader picks up dirt at a City of Madison Parks Division playground—dust flies, the massive bucket lifts and drops a load in the back of another truck, then beeps as it backs up to park.
The stormwater system—you can’t see it, unless you know what it is: greenways, ponds, pipes underground and, yes, the lakes. The stormwater system is what supports and moves stormwater in and out of our area.
The Engineering Division, in partnership with the Parks Division, Water Utility and Traffic Engineering Division, is proud to join the nationally-recognized Women in Construction Week, March 6-12, 2022.
The Troy Drive Railroad Bridge in the City of Madison will be replaced thanks to a $3.5M grant from the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation as part of the 2022 Freight Rail Preservation Program.
The community is invited to see preliminary designs for the new Imagination Center at Reindahl Park, 6-8 p.m., Jan. 27, 2022, via Zoom. Registration prior is required to receive the Zoom link in advance.