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Madison Kraus-Anderson promotes Brent Flaten to project manager

Madison Kraus-Anderson promotes Brent Flaten to project manager MADISON, Wis. (January 2018) – The Madison office of Kraus-Anderson Construction Company (KA), one of the Midwest’s oldest and largest commercial general contractors and construction managers, has promoted Brent Flaten from assistant project manager to project manager. Flaten joined KA as a project engineer in 2015 and has worked on notable Wisconsin retail projects…read more →

High tech leader, Michael R. Splinter, brings market transformation perspective to healthcare

MADISON, WI (January 25, 2018) – Madison-based health tech company, Wellbe Inc., announced today the appointment of Michael R. Splinter to its board of directors. Splinter is chairman of the board at Nasdaq, Inc. and general partner at WISC Partners. Splinter, an electrical engineer and innovator, has played a major role in driving advances in the high tech industry, with…read more →

Innovation provides first look inside dam diversion tunnel in 43 years, wins engineering award

Contact: Kary Beck, Corporate Communications, 608-443-0394 Innovation provides first look inside dam diversion tunnel in 43 years, wins engineering award An Oklahoma dam got its first “deep dive” safety inspection since it was built in 1973. This included a first look at the upstream low level outlet tunnel gate structure. Mead & Hunt faced record rainfall and used an underwater…read more →

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