CS Technologies will construct a 15.7 mile fiberoptic network this fall that extends from downtown Dubuque toward the city’s West End. The project is made possible by a partnership between the City of Dubuque and CS Technologies.
The company will pull fiber through nearly 59,000 feet of city-owned conduit. CS Technologies also will construct approximately 23,500 feet of new conduit to complete the nearly 16 miles of new fiber.
The project will provide enhanced services to employers in the Greater Dubuque area who are looking for expanded capacity, better speeds, lower costs, and improved reliability and redundancy.
BioResource Development will begin construction this fall on a multimillion-dollar biomethane system within the City of Dubuque’s Water and Resource Recover Center. The system will allow the city to utilize its biogas more efficiently and generate revenue in the process through a partnership between the City of Dubuque, BioResource Development and Black Hills Energy.
Dubuque’s economic turnaround and job growth were prominently featured in the book “Growing Jobs” by Thomas Tuttle. The book promotes collaboration and community engagement as key aspects of economic development and prominently features Dubuque and Austin, Texas.
On December 21st, the Dubuque City Council approved a first-of-its-kind proposal for accelerating broadband (high-speed Internet transmission) capacity in Dubuque. It follows a new collaborative model,...