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CT dangles $22M for affordable housing

The state Department of Housing is accepting applications until June 10 for a $22 million round of grants and loans to help developers construct affordable housing for military veterans and the...

36 Lewis gets $300K CRDA loan

A small housing-conversion project in downtown Hartford that will add to the city's pipeline of new housing units in the central business district has secured a state subsidy through the Capital...

JCJ Architecture is WELL accredited

Hartford’s JCJ Architecture says it is one of the first U.S. design houses to move toward full accreditation using a new standard for designing buildings with the health and wellness of their...

Farmington, Simsbury get STEAP aid

Farmington and Simsbury are among six Connecticut communities that will collect more than $2.1 million in state grants for infrastructure improvements, authorities say.

Baseball stadium construction will mean closed Hartford streets

The section of Trumbull Street between Main and Market streets in Hartford will be closed starting this month to allow for construction of the Yard Goats baseball stadium, official said.

DEEP awarding grants for trail programs

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection has begun accepting proposals for its Recreational Trail Program Grants through July 1.

AI hires ex-ConnDOT chief Byrnes

Former state transportation commissioner James F. Byrnes Jr. has joined the Middletown engineering-services firm whose owner wants to erect a headquarters-apartment building in downtown Hartford.

Largest engineering firms in the Hartford region

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As CT’s infrastructure ages, engineering firms see opportunity

Q&A talks about engineering firm's increasing workload and workforce issues with Paul W. Brady, executive director of the American Council of Engineering Companies of CT.

W. Hartford lux hotel nears site work

Gregory Seay |

Site work for the proposed West Hartford luxury boutique hotel in the shadow of Blue Back Square should begin in early April, followed by construction for a summer 2016 opening, a town official says.

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