Hartford Business Journal Edition Date: August 4, 2014

 
Biz Strategy
 
This week's focus
The $6 million I-84 bridge replacement over Marion Avenue in Southington, shown above, was finished ahead of schedule using accelerated bridge construction, in which new bridges are built adjacent to the old ones and then lifted into place when ready.

Southington’s highway project offers hope for Hartford

Lauren DeCarlo |

Methods used during a recent highway bridge replacement in Southington could become the norm.

 
Notebooks

Nonprofit Notebook

The Rockville Bank Foundation recently awarded a $5,000 grant to the Housing Education Resource Center. The funds will be used to...

 
 
Lists

Largest not-for-profit organizations in the Hartford region

(Ranked by assets, FY 2013)

RankCompanyAssets/Type of nonprofit
1Hartford Hospital (1), Hartford$1,295,534,541/Hospital
2Wesleyan University, Middletown$1,104,160,000/University
3Hartford Foundation for Public Giving (2), Hartford$922,682,005/Community foundation
4Trinity College, Hartford$834,462,497/College
5St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and subsidiaries (3), Hartford$821,273,000/Hospital

Sources: Guidestar, a 501(3)c that collects and presents 990 forms for IRS-registered nonprofits and individual organizations./Compiled by Heide Martin.
(1) Part of Hartford Healthcare system.
(2) Data from 2013 Annual Report.
(3) Data from consolidated financial statements and supplementary information for years ended September 30, 2013.



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