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ISO strikes LEED Gold for Windsor facility

Regional power grid administrator ISO New England has obtained LEED Gold status for its $39 million backup facility in Windsor.

Team Centerplan’s quartet are eager builders all

Born and raised in New Haven’s Beaver Hill section to be a private-school alum, he graduated from the University of Hartford in 1983, with a civil engineering degree after spending...

Centerplan trio's DoNo proposal steeped in urban revival

Gregory Seay |

Robert A. Landino, the Connecticut developer intimately working to bring a ballpark and more redevelopment to downtown Hartford, is a man of many skills and ambitions.

$3.8M+ Capewell site cleanup starts

Removal of hazardous materials has begun at Hartford’s former Capewell Horsenail Factory site using a $2 million state loan to ready the South End property for conversion to housing and office...

Thru Aug., CT’s ’14 new-home permits strong

Connecticut housing construction slipped in August from a year earlier but the pace the first eight months of this year is well ahead of 2013, the state says.

NU transmission line named best N. England energy project

The $676 million Northeast Utilities transmission project designed to increase reliability and efficiency around northern Connecticut was named the Best Energy/Industrial Project in New England by a...

Loureiro adds D.C. office

Plainville’s Loureiro Engineering Associates said it has opened an office in Washington, D.C. that will focus on offering recycling and waste management services to companies in that area.

Mohegans lose bid for Mass. casino license

The Mohegan Tribe of Uncasville lost out on its bid for a Greater Boston casino license, as the Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted unanimously Wednesday morning to award the sole license to the...

Four towns kick off efficiency campaigns

Westbrook, Madison, Sharon, and Brookfield each kicked off energy efficiency campaigns this week.

NRG Solar to host job fair for 75 positions

New Jersey solar array installer NRG Home Solar will host a job fair Sept. 25 in Middletown as it seeks to fill more than 75 new positions in the next year.

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