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Video: Middletown bridge replaced in 59.3 hours

The Route 17 bridge in Middletown was replaced in less than 60 hours over the weekend in the second instance of the Connecticut Department of Transportation using pre-fabrication to limit roadwork's...

FuelCell lost $8M in third quarter

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy recorded a net loss attributable to shareholders of $7.8 million in its third quarter, further down from the $6.4 million it lost in its third...

NRG to buy 1.4MW Bridgeport fuel cell

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy will sell its 1.4 megawatt fuel cell installation at the University of Bridgeport to its business partner, NRG Energy of New Jersey.

Connecticut College, Yale named most beautiful

A national survey of the most beautiful college campuses in America founded Connecticut College in New London and Yale University in New Haven were in the top 100.

New architectural licensing rigorous and relevant

Michael Armstrong |

Can faster paths to advanced degrees and professional licensing preserve necessary rigor while incentivizing participation? Education reform around the U.S. is set to test this idea, with...

UConn, architects plot reconfigured Hartford Times building

Alexander Soule |

When UConn begins construction as early as next June on its new downtown Hartford campus, perhaps the biggest challenge will be preserving the historical feel of the old Hartford Times building.

$1.1M grant to train construction workers


The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded a $1.1 million grant to Capital Workforce Partners to support a program to train construction workers in New Britain, officials announced.

Savings Institute building Tolland branch

Savings Institute Bank & Trust has broken ground for a Tolland branch office, on Merrow Road.

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.

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.

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