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$20M+ expansion for W. Hfd.'s Chatfield

The Chatfield senior-living facility in West Hartford is preparing for a more than $20 million, 75,000-square-foot expansion that will accommodate 84 more assisted-living and memory-care residents...

Essex retirement community receives LEED gold

The Essex Meadows retirement community has received LEED gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its various sustainable upgrades.

Succession planning for construction companies

Frederick E. Hedberg and Cherie Rosemond |

When it comes to the construction industry, where so many businesses are either family owned or closely held, formal plans for a successor are a must, but can be a major challenge for...

Windsor Marketing emphasizes social responsibility

Kathryn M. Roy |

Windsor Marketing Group, an in-store shopper marketing agency that works with leading retailers throughout the U.S., doesn't make critical business decisions in a vacuum.

Connecticut Family Business Awards 2014

For the Connecticut Family Business Awards, we asked 31 of the best and finest family businesses in the state what sets them apart from the competition, how they stay ahead in the marketplace, and...

KBE gets $79M UConn project

Farmington’s KBE Building Corp. said it has won a $79 million contract from UConn to design and build a residence hall at its Storrs flagship campus containing a science, technology,...

Unnamed partner gives FuelCell seven-figure deal

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy has received a seven-figure deal from a global energy company to development technologies that make use of waste emissions from natural gas power...

ISO strikes LEED Gold for Windsor facility

Regional power grid administrator ISO New England has obtained LEED Gold status for its $39 million backup facility in Windsor.

Team Centerplan’s quartet are eager builders all

Born and raised in New Haven’s Beaver Hill section to be a private-school alum, he graduated from the University of Hartford in 1983, with a civil engineering degree after spending...

Centerplan trio's DoNo proposal steeped in urban revival

Gregory Seay |

Robert A. Landino, the Connecticut developer intimately working to bring a ballpark and more redevelopment to downtown Hartford, is a man of many skills and ambitions.

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