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CT declines to probe crumbling foundation problem

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

Connecticut’s U.S. attorney’s office has declined to pursue a federal investigation into the area’s crumbling foundation problem, and advised homeowners to contact the FBI for more...

Engineer Bouvier takes F & O stake

Gregory Seay |

Manchester civil-environmental engineer Fuss & O'Neill Inc. says one of its engineering executives acquired an ownership stake in one of its units.

Union protests United Bank's Goodwin Square work


The New England Carpenters union is taking to the streets of downtown Hartford on Wednesday to protest United Bank's hiring of non-union labor to work on its 68,000-square-foot renovation project at...

CNG Engineering and Koma Precision host benefit golf tournament

CNC Engineering in Enfield and Koma Precision in East Windsor hosted their ninth annual Manufacturing Technology Golf Tournament. The event raised $38,000 for the Machine Technology...

Hartford tests condo demand in center-city housing push

Gregory Seay | 1

Downtown Hartford's housing inventory has gotten a big boost from the spate of office-to-apartment conversions. But there's one segment noticeably sidelined from the conversion spree —...

Hartford area architecture firms announce merger

Greg Bordonaro |

Hartford's Smith Edwards McCoy Architects said it is joining Farmington-based Quisenberry Arcari Architects.

Greenblatt builds $70M affordable housing empire

John Stearns |

Arthur Greenblatt helped steer Simsbury-based Vesta Corp. into one of the top 100 largest affordable multifamily property management companies in the United States, ranked by the National Affordable...

UConn’s Front Street arrival sets off a retail feeding frenzy

Gregory Seay |

Nixs, the restaurant-bar in downtown Hartford's Front Street retail-entertainment district, plans an exterior facelift around the time UConn's adjacent new campus opens there in late August.

CT firms tied to bad foundations extend ban

Gregory Seay |

Two Connecticut companies involved in supplying cement and aggregate tied to dozens of crumbling house foundations have extended for a year their state pact to no longer provide those building...

Shubert: Tolls a 'viable' revenue source to finance infrastructure improvement


One of the state's most ardent transportation advocates, Don Shubert has been executive director of the Connecticut Construction Industry Association for the past eight years.

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