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Colchester firm installs Manhattan green wall

Colchester landscaping design firm AgroSci has install a three-story green wall at the 1 Hotel Central Park in New York City, the second project the firm has completed for the hotel chain.

Glastonbury firm to build Mass. power plant

Glastonbury construction firm Gemma Power Systems has received a $100 million contract to build a 200-megawatt power plant in Medway, Mass.

Construction industry addressing worker shortage

Q&A talks with John Butts, executive director of the Associated General Contractors of Connecticut, about the group's efforts to recruit more young people to the construction trades.

City plots new development in Hartford’s North End

Chris Dehnal Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra is being careful not to make any promises on new developments within the recently appointed North Hartford Promise Zone, despite $10 million in fresh state money to...

Hartford’s newest retail rest stop to revive spent truckers, fuel tanks

Gregory Seay |

Springfield convenience-store operator Pride Convenience Inc. has chosen I-91 northbound in Hartford's North End for its first large Connecticut retail and refueling rest stop for motorists and...

California firm buys Plainfield power plant

Sacramento, Calif. power plant owner Greenleaf Power has finalized its purchase of the Plainfield Renewable Energy Plant in Connecticut.

Federal study shows Northern Pass cheapest option

A U.S. Department of Energy study released in July shows the Eversource Energy's planned $1 billion Northern Pass transmission line from Canadian into New England through New Hampshire is the...

Multi-family housing drives CT new construction

Multi-family units continued to comprise a majority of new home construction permits in June, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.

Quinnipiac sues Hamden over zoning decision

After an unsuccessful appeal of a cease-and-desist zoning order, Quinnipiac University has sued its hometown of Hamden, according to state court records.

New England planning $4.8B in power grid upgrades

Regional power grid administrator ISO New England is planning $4.8 billion in transmission infrastructure upgrades that will be underway or complete by 2023, bringing the total investment...

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