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Canadian company acquires Glastonbury tech support firm

Patricia Daddona |

Glastonbury electrical industry tech support provider IndustrySmarts has been acquired by Canada's JDM Technology Group, software providers for the architecture, engineering and construction...

With Middletown HQs set, is Hartford on developer Abul Islam's radar?

Gregory Seay |

With his state-assisted headquarters expansion done and his book of civil-engineering orders on backlog, Abul Islam had plenty to smile about on a recent October afternoon.

Fuss & O'Neill embraces entrepreneurial engineer

Gregory Seay |

Engineer Lawrence Bouvier long dreamed of one day running his own enterprise.

UConn settles EPA claim involving PCB disposal

Patricia Daddona |

UConn has agreed to pay a $28,125 federal penalty for improperly shipping contaminated waste to a disposal site.

This CT realty brokerage succeeds, too, as a builder

Gregory Seay |

Last year was a very good one for the brokers and staff of New England Retail Properties Inc. (NERP), a Wethersfield commercial-retail property broker and developer.

More CT housing permits in Sept.

Gregory Seay |

Permits for residential construction rose across Connecticut in September, but collectively continue to track well below the pace of a year earlier, new state data shows.

E. Hartford mall work starts Thur.

Gregory Seay |

Ground will be broken Thursday in East Hartford for a $105 million outlet-mall development in the shadow of Pratt & Whitney Co.

Venitosh finds right pitch at S. Windsor's Telefunken

John Stearns |

Some of the biggest names in music have relied on a small South Windsor company to help deliver just the right sound in their live performances or studio recordings.

Innovative products propel Laticrete's growth

Carol Riordan Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Laticrete's West Palm Beach plant was up and running two days after Hurricane Irma hit Florida. Many of its customers, however, were not as fortunate.

Hartford's $40M Willow Creek apartment development now under way

Patricia Daddona |

Developers and the city of Hartford broke ground Monday at Willow Creek, a mixed-income residential community that will replace a 1950s-era public housing complex called Chester A. Bowles Park.

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