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Hartford public works project helped national construction figures

A $153 million expansion to a sewage treatment plant in Hartford helped drive a growth in public-works construction nationwide in October.

Wright-Pierce Project Wins Best Regional Project Award

The Mattabassett Water Pollution Control Facility in Cromwell recently won recognition as Engineering News Record's Best Regional Project of 2015.

New St. Francis parent refinancing $246M in debt

Trinity Health Corp., the hospital operator that acquired St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and its related entities, is headed to the bond market.

Harrison to retire as UHart president

University of Hartford president Walter Harrison has announced his retirement. It becomes effective in June 2017.

UConn Hartford project swells to $140M

The final project budget for UConn’s downtown Hartford campus has been set at $140 million, nearly $25 million more than was originally projected.

Millennials don’t want to work in economy driving fields

When it comes to key industries driving the U.S. economy, most Millennials aren’t interested. They would rather work in the arts, technology or education.

Mouta is on a mission to fill his 360 Main apartments

Hartford developer Carlos Mouta admits to relishing a challenge.

CT faces daunting transportation issues

Q&A talks about the costs of Connecticut's decaying transportation infrastructure and opportunities to fix it.

Transportation overhaul focuses on bike, pedestrian pathways

John Stearns |

Under Connecticut's five-year transportation ramp-up plan, biking and pedestrian walkways are a more prominent part of the state's transportation strategy.

Dunn to retire from United Way; successor named

After more than a quarter century of service to United Way, president and CEO Susan B. Dunn has announced her plans to retire in March 2016 from the United Way.

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