March 15th, 2011
It has been a long, cold winter in Wisconsin. At least it feels that way, but this week, we set our clocks ahead for more daylight, and it looks like the weather may be taking a turn for the better! Highs near 50 by the end of the week!
What does that mean? To me, the longer, warmer days, mean playing outside with the kids after work – one of my favorite ways to spend an evening. It also means construction season, as it is affectionately known here.
Construction is a time when we all experience a little frustration, wondering how to get where we need to go. Although there has been a lot of construction here and everywhere over the last couple of years, including some very long-term projects, our local government has been very open and forthcoming about when and where construction is occurring. There are websites, such as http://www.us41wisconsin.gov/ which outlines timelines, closures, and city hall even has a scaled model of the upcoming changes.
Do you have any major projects coming up in your communities? How are you communicating them? Check out 4imprint’s newsletter, Construction Communications, for ideas!