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Venitosh finds right pitch at S. Windsor's Telefunken

John Stearns |

Some of the biggest names in music have relied on a small South Windsor company to help deliver just the right sound in their live performances or studio recordings.

Innovative products propel Laticrete's growth

Carol Riordan Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Laticrete's West Palm Beach plant was up and running two days after Hurricane Irma hit Florida. Many of its customers, however, were not as fortunate.

Hartford's $40M Willow Creek apartment development now under way

Patricia Daddona |

Developers and the city of Hartford broke ground Monday at Willow Creek, a mixed-income residential community that will replace a 1950s-era public housing complex called Chester A. Bowles Park.

CT's transportation infrastructure needs grow as funding ebbs

Q&A talks with Don Shubert of the Connecticut Construction Industries Association, which recently released a report calling for greater investment in the state's transportation infrastructure.

Hoffmann Architects celebrates 40 years in business

Hamden architecture and engineering firm Hoffmann Architects recently commemorated the founding of the firm 40 years ago, in 1977. Hoffmann Architects staff and family members celebrated...

Driver shortage forces haulers to lift pay, perks to woo workers

Gregory Seay | 1

Ansonia trucking-company operator John Pruchnicki uses nearly every tool in his kit to recruit and retain some of Connecticut's 57,000 or so commercially licensed truck drivers to his payroll.

Construction industry: Transportation cuts would damage CT economy

Matt Pilon| Patricia Daddona |

A construction industry group warned Tuesday that if the legislature fails to adequately invest in transportation, Connecticut's economy will suffer in the long run.

Employee assistance programs offer a bridge to addiction recovery

Gregory Seay | 2

For most of his 46 years, Dino has worked lifting heavy loads at Connecticut construction sites, as a crane operator.

Realty pros show housing-market optimism; pessimistic about office/retail space

Q&A talks about the state of the commercial realty market with Erron Smith, associate director of business development at the Connecticut Economy Resource Center.

Westfarms' retail boulevard preps for new competition

Scott Whipple Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Soon, the competition will get even more intense. Next spring, West Hartford's Corbins Corner will become the Corbin Collection, a new shopping center at 1445 New Britain Ave. across from Westfarms...

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