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USJ's Gengras Center remake starts May 2

Gregory Seay |

The University of St. Joseph will launch construction in early May on the first of two building phases to broaden its West Hartford campus' facilities for learning, recreation and clinical research.

UTC robotics teams to vie for world title

Ten Connecticut high-school robotics teams, including one from South Windsor, will compete later this month in the 2014 FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis, Mo.

Largest engineering firms in the Hartford region

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Filling the engineering jobs gap

Q&A talks about the strong demand for engineers with Lou Manzione, the dean of the University of Hartford College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture.

From gloom to boom: Engineering sector ramps up

Becky Bergman |

Engineer design firms gearing up for a construction boom in Connecticut are facing hiring and recruiting challenges that will only increase as the demand for services in the petroleum, energy and...

Calif. REIT takes stake in Alexion HQ

California's BioMed Realty Trust Inc. said it has invested an undisclosed sum in two life sciences buildings at New Haven's Downtown Crossing project.

Construction poised to be CT's growth industry

Brad Kane |

Construction will lead Connecticut's industries in job growth over the next 10 years, economists and labor analysts say.

Vacant Capewell Horsenails bldg. closer to redo

Gregory Seay |

Hartford nonprofit The Corporation For Independent Living has taken a solid step toward obtaining a fully clear title to the vacant Capewell Horsenails Factory that it wants to convert to South End...

Wind ban could be lifted by May

Connecticut's three-year moratorium on construction of new wind turbines could be lifted by the end of April, if legislators approve regulations on the structures.

Apartment construction starts Monday on Hartford skyscraper

The $45 million apartment conversion of downtown Hartford's former Bank of America skyscraper will begin Monday, with the hopes of moving tenants in by the end of the year.

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