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Tata & Howard acquires Waterbury firm

Water engineering firm Tata & Howard, which has offices in Meriden, said it has acquired the assets of Waterbury civil engineering firm Roald Haestad Inc.

Hartford 7th ‘hardest working’ city

Hartford is the seventh hardest working city in the country, according to a ranking by storage and moving website Sparefoot.

Maritime industry: Jones Act protects CT’s 22,710 shipyard jobs

A coalition of ship owners, operators, builders and related groups said that a federal law created in 1920 helps protect Connecticut’s $2.5 billion shipyard industry.

CityPlace II auctioned for well above $6.5M

Gregory Seay |

CityPlace II has a new owner who paid well above the $6.5 million opening bid price for the stubbier of a pair of look-alike office towers in downtown Hartford, an online commercial property...

Veeder-Root acquires Texas software provider

Simsbury's Veeder-Root Co. said it has acquired FuelQuest, a Houston company that provides software to fueling facilities.

Wadleigh named Access Health CT's interim CEO

A day after announcing the departure of its founding chief executive, Access Health CT, the state’s online insurance exchange, has named James R. Wadleigh Jr. as interim CEO.

United Bank seeks ‘Gold Coast’ loan office

Glastonbury lender United Bank, which two years ago entered New Haven County’s commercial-loan and home mortgage-lending market, is pursuing penetration into Fairfield County.

Meves leads Webster's Philly outpost

Waterbury regional lender Webster Bank signaled a deeper push into the Pennsylvania/mid-Atlantic banking market with the hire of a senior officer seasoned in that market.

CT’s new home starts take July dip

Connecticut’s new-housing starts slowed appreciably in July but the pace of housing construction remains ahead of a year earlier, the state says.

Ailing CT homeowners’ forum Oct. 9

Struggling Connecticut homeowners can seek mortgage modifications or other assistance at an Oct. 9 foreclosure-prevention forum in Waterbury, authorities say.

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