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Midwestern sports architect wants to design Hartford stadium

Matt Pilon |

A Kansas City sports architect who designed multiple college and pro baseball stadiums is bidding to design Hartford's minor league ballpark in Downtown North, sources said.

Glastonbury firm turns on Texas biomass plant

Glastonbury energy construction firm Gemma Power Systems has synchronized a 49.9 megawatt Texas power plant with the electric grid, two years after construction began.

NRG invests $75M in FuelCell

New Jersey conglomerate NRG Energy, which operates nine power plants in Connecticut, has invested $75 million in Danbury clean power manufacturer FuelCell Energy.

Berlin manufacturer receives $712K for $2.3M expansion

Berlin parts manufacturer Tomz Corp. will receive a $711,533 loan from the state to purchase new equipment as part of its $2.3 million expansion.

Private sector construction picks up in CT

Q&A talks about the state of the construction industry with Thomas E. Beebe, senior program manager of Middletown construction consultancy Arcadis Inc., and president of the Connecticut Building...

Southington’s highway project offers hope for Hartford

Lauren DeCarlo |

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

Work underway on Simsbury’s Eastpointe At Dorset apts.

Construction has begun on the 168-unit apartment community in Simsbury's Dorset Crossing mixed-use development off Hopmeadow Street.

Hartford law firm acquires Houston firm

The national law firm LeClairRyan – with a staff of 10 in Hartford –acquired on Friday the Houston-based law firm of Hays, McConn, Rice & Pickering.

E. Hampton High’s redo embraces ‘chilled-beam’ A/C

East Hampton schoolkids and their parents have waited decades for their aging high school to undergo the kinds of improvements that will facilitate 21st-century learning.

CT’s housing permits doubled in June

The pace of Connecticut’s new housing construction quickened in June, with permit totals for most towns one third greater in the first six months than the first-half of 2013, state data shows.

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