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CT firms tied to bad foundations extend ban

Gregory Seay |

Two Connecticut companies involved in supplying cement and aggregate tied to dozens of crumbling house foundations have extended for a year their state pact to no longer provide those building...

Shubert: Tolls a 'viable' revenue source to finance infrastructure improvement


One of the state's most ardent transportation advocates, Don Shubert has been executive director of the Connecticut Construction Industry Association for the past eight years.

Kolakowski orchestrates KBE's construction pipeline

John Stearns |

Michael Kolakowski said he was nicknamed “Rambo” by actor Paul Newman when Kolakowski oversaw construction of Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang Camp for seriously ill children, which opened...

Region's older office space refreshed to woo tenants, talent

Gregory Seay |

A youth movement is underway among the Hartford region's urban and suburban office buildings.

In annual tradition, Malloy suspends Memorial Day construction

Matt Pilon |

Worry not, Memorial Day travelers.

National advocate to help homeowners with crumbling foundations

Staff | Journal Inquirer |

The National Taxpayers Advocate has agreed to intercede on behalf of homeowners with crumbling concrete foundations in Connecticut, federal officials say.

Glastonbury man guilty in kickback scheme

Gregory Seay |

A Glastonbury man has been convicted in a Stamford construction kickback scheme, federal prosecutors say.

At 87, Cermola Jr.'s engineering career leaves lasting impression

John Stearns |

When Timothy Cermola, director of business development for Meriden-based Cardinal Engineering Associates, visits a town engineer, he'll check their engineering license hanging on the office wall if...

Silver, Petrucelli & Associates earns CT Preservation Award

Hamden architectural firm Silver, Petrucelli & Associates recently won a merit award from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation for facade restoration of the Ferguson...

Canton’s Roaring Brook Nature Center’s $725K redo

Canton's Roaring Brook Nature Center is preparing in late summer to start a $725,000 renovation that also will expand the facility's square footage by more than a third.

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