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Specialized Kaman aircraft prepped for flight

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield-based Kaman Aerosystems has received its first K-MAX airframe from a reopened production line in Jacksonville, Fla., and will assemble, test and certify it in Connecticut.

DOT unveils $10.9B five-year capital plan

Patricia Daddona | 1

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) on Thursday released a $10.9 billion five-year capital plan, of which about a fifth would be used in federal fiscal year 2017, which began Oct. 1.

East Hartford firm, UConn collaborating on hydrogen vehicle sensor

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford's Sustainable Innovations Inc. (SI) and UConn's Center for Clean Energy Engineering are developing a hydrogen fuel quality sensor to help ensure reliability of hydrogen vehicles.

Craft suds joining crab cakes at Bradley

Gregory Seay |

Air travelers to and from Connecticut's flagship airport have recently gotten two new spaces in which to relax and refuel, and soon will have a third.

Rail overhaul plan is both a winner and a loser in CT

Ana Radelat | Connecticut Mirror | 1

Connecticut officials have been more critical than those in any other state of the Federal Railroad Administration’s plan to overhaul train service in the Northeast Corridor, yet some of its...

S. Windsor 3D printing maker nabs spacecraft order

Patricia Daddona |

South Windsor's Oxford Performance Materials Inc., a 3D printing manufacturer, will make 3D products for the Boeing Co.'s Starliner spacecraft, the companies have announced.

Merger opens Denver's door to LAZ

Gregory Seay |

Hartford's LAZ Parking says it is now among Denver's largest parking vendors with its acquisition of an operator there.

Otis elevators to be featured in London office tower

Patricia Daddona |

A new 59-story office tower in London will use 57 Otis elevators and 10 escalators, representatives for developer Lipton Rogers announced Wednesday.

Shared DMV/AAA services end for some customers

Patricia Daddona |

AAA Northeast offices in Fairfield and New Haven counties will no longer provide any Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicle services, the DMV said this week.

Analyst: 2017 looks good for Pratt & Whitney

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Pratt & Whitney and other military contractors should have a successful 2017, despite shadows thrown by President-elect Donald Trump.

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