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UConn’s master planner Cruickshank oversees Hartford campus, other major projects

Gregory Seay |

When you're master planner and chief architect of a state university making its way through a multi-billion-dollar building-expansion program, breaking away for a first-hand look at a project in...

Rising rates will pressure/dampen realty investment returns

Jay L. Morris |

The year 2016 has been very active for commercial real estate in Connecticut and throughout the nation. All real estate has been the beneficiary of so many years of stimulus through incredibly low...

A year to forget for Landino

Gregory Seay |

Developer Robert Landino asserted that one of his 2016 goals was to inject a positive tone into conversations about Hartford.

UConn celebrates 100 years of engineering

The recent Gadget Guru's Gala — UConn Engineering's formal fundraising event to celebrate 100 years as a four-year program at the University of Connecticut — has helped the...

Vernon flex building on Tolland Tpke. draws $691K

An 8,000-square-foot Vernon flex building on the Tolland Turnpike recently sold for $691,411, brokers say.

Despite struggles, opportunities exist in CT’s construction industry

Luke S. Ebersold |

Connecticut's construction industry has recovered somewhat in recent years from the Great Recession of 2008-09, though the pace of that recovery remains slower than the national average.

Hartford's STV|DPM wraps $15M Danbury med-office

Hartford's STV|DPM, formerly Diversified Project Management, says completion is nearing on a 37,000-square-foot, $15 million medical-office building in Danbury's CenterCity development.

Bloomfield's development spurt tinged with housing

Gregory Seay |

Bloomfield is in the midst of its biggest commercial-residential development surge in nearly a generation.

Legislation proposed to help homeowners fix crumbling foundations

Patricia Daddona |

Two lawmakers are proposing a bill that would authorize towns with crumbling home foundations to set up loan programs and raise municipal bonds to help homeowners pay for damages.

OSHA to fine Wolcott contractor for alleged safety violations

Patricia Daddona |

A Wolcott contractor repeatedly exposed its employees to falls of 18 feet while performing roofing work in Middletown, a federal inspection has found.

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