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Highly profitable businesses are agile. They devote time to researching new bids and pruning their pipeline to maximize their win rate. Their bid staff keep a challenging workload, yet they have enough time to focus on each bid. Does this sound like a wishful thinking?...

source: By Brenda Crist
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The list of local and arterial roads scheduled for maintenance or rehabilitation in southeast Winnipeg this year has been released. According to a recent news release, a record investment of $116 million has been budgeted city-wide for 2018 for planned roadwork or...

source: Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba RCMP took to Twitter to remind Manitoba drivers that construction zones speed limits are always enforced. Mounties reminded drivers that even when workers aren't present, there may be hazards in a construction zone, changes in the roadway or shoulder, lack of barriers,...

source: Manitoba Post

Manitoba's Infrastructure Minister says the new traffic lights on Highway 12 north near Trucks Unlimited will remain off until the intersection is fully operational. Ron Schuler says the lights will be turned on when the intersection is needed for the new subdivision be...

source: Steinbach Online

The RM of Morris has seen recent interest in solar energy. Reeve Ralph Groening wants to remind residents to contact the building inspector first because building permits are needed for this type of project. "It's not anything punitive,...

source: Pembina Valley Online

Construction crews will finish off the work they started last year around St. Jean Baptiste along Highway 75. Concrete will be laid along the northbound lanes just south of the new Plum River bridge on 75. Currently, motorists must travel along a single asphalt lane. Montcalm...

source: Pembina Valley Online

The Manitoba government recently introduced a bill that would do away with the former NDP government's practice of having one labour agreement cover all workers on major public construction projects. The project labour...

source: CBC News

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