The Building Tradesman Newspaper

Three months later, GOP hasn't cleaned up jobless benefits train wreck

LANSING - It all seemed like such a simple game plan back in January. ..

Totally wired Wayne State building nears completion

Wayne State University will soon have a 270,000-square-foot, $64 million remedy to address the shortcomings of the crowded and outdated Shapero Hall. ..

Engler seeks expensive legacy with early-out plan for judges

As if John Engler hasn't left enough of an imprint on this state after 12 years as Michigan governor. ..

Congress OKs U.S. campaign finance reform, but ultimate effects unknown

The U.S. Senate followed the House last week and adopted sweeping campaign finance reforms that will change - but not likely stop - the way money flows to political candidates and parties. President Bush was expected to sign the measure into law. ..

Rokuski laid groundwork for Local 169 training center, now his name's on the wall

The person who was the driving force in establishing the Boilermakers Local 169 Training Center now has his name on the building. ..