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AEC Upcoming News & Events

As we welcome Spring, it’s high time we emerge from our winter hibernation and network with our fellow industry professionals. We’ve three major events on the horizon, perfect for connection and collaboration: Transportation Improvement Conference 2024 ACEC WI’s Transportation Improvement Conference is where industry innovators gather to discuss the future of infrastructure. As industry leaders,… Read more »


A New Year – A New Look: Affordable Signage Solutions for Small Businesses

As we ring in the new year, it’s the perfect time for businesses to embrace change, revitalize their look, and set new goals. If you’re a small business owner, updating your signage is an excellent way to showcase your company’s evolution while making a striking impression on customers. In this blog post, we’ll explore affordable… Read more »


BPI Color Announces Launch of new PrintWise Wide Format Printing Program

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BPI Color is excited to introduce our PrintWise Wide-Format Printing Program, designed specifically for our wide-format clients. We’ve always strived to provide innovative printing solutions that drive measurable benefits for our clients, and we’ve done just that with this program. If you use wide-format printing often, our PrintWise program may be exactly what you need… Read more »


Calculate your potential Section 179 Tax Deductions on New Equipment

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Section 179 is an attractive tax deduction for small and medium businesses. It’s also very easy to understand and utilize and is perfect for equipment investments.  The current limit is $1,160,000 which provides your business with substantial savings for qualified equipment purchases. If you’re in the market for a wide-format printer we have the perfect… Read more »


Results for the Wisconsin Architectural Wonders Poll for ARCHtober

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Last month we held a poll in our newsletter in celebration of ARCHtober. Governor Tony Evers proclaimed October as “Architecture Awareness Month”. As a company that has served the architectural community since 1956, we wanted to participate by holding a poll with our clients to vote on Wisconsin’s Architectural Wonder. We received nearly 300 responses… Read more »


ARCHtober: Tony Evers Declares October as Architectural Awareness Month

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Celebrating Archtober: Recognizing the Importance of Architecture in Our Communities We’ve been serving the architectural industry since 1956 and are elated that Governor Tony Evers has officially proclaimed October 2023 as Architecture Awareness month in partnership with the Department of Safety and Professional Services and AIA Wisconsin. Recognizing Architecture’s Role Architecture plays a multifaceted role… Read more »


7 Ways to Prepare for the Holiday Rush: A Practical Guide for Businesses

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As summer turns to autumn and the holiday season looms ever closer, it’s crucial for businesses to start preparing now.  Taking proactive steps now can give you a competitive edge and ensure a smooth and successful holiday season. In this article, we’ll explore the reasons why early preparation is key and we’ll give you seven… Read more »


ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards for 2024 Deadline for Entry is Approaching

The November 1, 2023 deadline for entries is approaching for the 2024 Engineering Excellence Awards program, a prestigious event that celebrates remarkable innovations and ideas in the engineering sector. This program not only shines a light on your pioneering projects but also offers a plethora of benefits. From gaining recognition at the renowned Awards Banquet… Read more »


Celebrating Women Trailblazers in the Construction Industry

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For over seven decades, BPI Color has been a loyal companion to the construction industry by supporting their printing needs in many way from signage, printing, to on-site printers. But while the bricks, cement, and steel have their significance, it’s the people behind the projects that truly inspire us. Over the years, we’ve had the… Read more »


From Tools to Transformations: Celebrating Volunteers in the Construction Industry to Revitalize Milwaukee

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Milwaukee recently witnessed an inspiring display of gratitude and community impact as nonprofit organization Revitalize Milwaukee, in collaboration with over 650 volunteers, transformed the Muskego Way neighborhood. This extraordinary endeavor, led by architects, engineers, and construction professionals, aimed to revitalize 18 homes through valuable repairs, all provided free of charge. The collective effort of these… Read more »