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Construction Institute looks to future with new exec. director

Q&A talks about construction industry trends with Nancy Greenwald, who recently took over as executive director of Hartford's Construction Institute from Bob Cianci.

Biggest stadium construction challenge: Transparency

Keith Griffin Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

What's the biggest challenge in building a baseball stadium in Hartford? It's not so much the physical difficulties.

CT companies advocate gay marriage to Supreme Court

Several Connecticut companies have joined forces with corporations across the nation to support gay marriage in a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Stamford firm upgrades West Coast Customs lighting

Stamford-based Revolution Lighting Technologies has completed its contract to upgrade the lighting for the showroom of West Coast Customs in Burbank, Calif.

DECD has $7.5M more for brownfield cleanup

The Malloy administration Wednesday announced a fresh round of up to $7.5 million available to clean and restore to productive use hundreds more former industrial and other brownfield sites statewide.

Hartford landfill officially closes after 75 years

Ten months after its final capping project was complete, the Hartford landfill was declared officially closed in March after 75 years of service.

EPA honors The Hartford for climate leadership

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday honored The Hartford Financial Services Group with a Climate Leadership Award, one of the 16 awardees nationally.

Study: CT shellfish population at risk

A study co-authored by the Natural Resources Defense Council named Connecticut as one of the 15 most at-risk states with a coastal economy at risk of ocean acidification.

Plainville, Cromwell to switch 2,600 street light bulbs

Cromwell and Plainville have contracted with a Massachusetts firm to convert more than 2,600 street lights bulbs to a more energy efficient design, as part of Connecticut Conference of...

Ten-year-old to grace CT Angler's Guide cover

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection has selected Immanuel Smyrnow, 10, for the cover of the 2015 Connecticut Angler's Guide.

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