May 2022 City Scoop: Cleveland

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Dodge data on projected 2022 construction starts in the Cleveland/Northern Ohio Region

City Scoop: Cleveland

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Dodge data on projected 2021 construction starts in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio

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Takeuchi Dealer Expands Into Cleveland Market

Construction Equipment

Skyworks LLC will now offer the full range of Takeuchi track loaders, excavators, and wheel loaders from a new location in Cleveland. In addition to stocking parts, this location will also be an authorized Takeuchi equipment repair center to support new and existing customers.

Cleveland Arena Readies for Rehab

Construction Equipment

Tip-off time is set for Monday, February 5 when construction barriers will go up and work on the first phase of exterior renovation begins at the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers

Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Cleveland

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Dodge data on projected 2020 construction starts in Cleveland

Daimler Celebrates 750,000th Unit at Cleveland Plant

Construction Equipment

The 750,000th vehicle produced at Daimler Trucks North America’s plant in Cleveland, North Carolina, is a Freightliner Cascadia. The plant celebrated the milestone in a presentation of the heavy truck to representatives from United Parcel Service (UPS) during a ceremony at the facility. Over the

Sherwin-Williams Investing At Least $600M In Ohio

Business Facilities

The company will build a new a new global headquarters in downtown Cleveland and a new R&D center in Brecksville, creating an estimated 400 news jobs.

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NFL stadium considered for Cleveland

Construction Dive

The Browns want to join in on the Ohio city's growth with either a new stadium downtown or a massive renovation of its existing venue

‘The Quarter’ is transforming a thriving urban neighborhood in Cleveland

BD+C

The Cleveland, Ohio neighborhood is undergoing rapid revival, adding retail, restaurants and residences to the area Old is new again. Neglected urban centers are getting a second chance, and Ohio City is a prime example.

Expedient Announces Latest Data Center Expansion In Cleveland, OH

Business Facilities

Expedient Announces Latest Data Center Expansion In Cleveland, OH appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. Great Lakes Utilities Cleveland Expedient Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. The opening of additional high-capacity data center space comes on the heels of several other Expedient data center expansions. Archives Articles By Industry Articles By Location Articles By Topic Daily News Data Centers Featured Post Ohio Online Features U.S.

Patient priorities: Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center

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The design of the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center was developed with one main guiding principle: optimize patient treatment and provide multidisciplinary care for them under one roof. The new 390,220-sf facility condensed the cancer services into one efficient building while improving the overall treatment process for both the patients and their families

KeyBank Foundation Donates Funds To Revitalize Cleveland Public Square

Business Facilities

KeyBank Foundation Donates Funds To Revitalize Cleveland Public Square appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. Great Lakes Blog-Oct-2014 Cleveland KeyBank Public Square Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. The $4 million gift is the first corporate grant to The Group Plan Commission and brings the project within range of the funding required to initiate construction.

Growing Greater Cleveland Companies Generate $424M In Economic Benefits

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An economic impact study from The Center for Economic Development at Cleveland State University’s Levin College of Urban Affairs shows that young, high-potential companies receiving capital and/or technical assistance from Greater Cleveland entrepreneurial support organizations are generating impact in Ohio. All told, startups that received support from Ohio Third Frontier-sponsored organizations in Greater Cleveland have generated an impact of at least $1.1

Building An Equity-Driven Workforce

Business Facilities

Diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives level the playing field for workforce growth and economic gains.

Cleveland-Cliffs Breaks Ground on $700 Million HBI Plant

Construction Equipment

Cleveland-Cliffs will produce 2.48 million tons of custom hot-briquetted iron (HBI) when its new plant, situated at the Port of Toledo on Lake Erie, is operational in mid-2020. The company is the oldest and largest independent iron ore mining company in the U.S. and its new Toledo facility will be the only producer of customized feedstock for the domestic electric arc furnace steelmakers in the Great Lakes region

Cleveland's "Q" Ready for Pardon Our Dust Season

Construction Equipment

Tip-off time is set for Monday, February 5 when construction barriers will go up and work on the first phase of exterior renovation begins at the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers. At a news conference at the arena Wednesday, CEO Len Komoroski called it the "pardon our dust" season as the organization begins the initial phase of the makeover with exterior work on the 23-year-old arena

Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Cleveland

ENR Construction

Dodge Data & Analytics expects the value of new Cleveland contracts to increase slightly during 2017

HGA designs acute care hospital for MetroHealth in Cleveland

BD+C

The metroHealth System recently unveiled plans for a new 11-story Acute Care Hospital on its 52-acre Cleveland campus. HGA designed the new facility as part of a master plan that reveals a “hospital in a park,” where 25 acres of former surface parking in the northeast corner of the campus will become a park-like space that connects patients, visitors, and staff to the benefits of nature

Agreement to kick start feasibility study of Cleveland-Chicago hyperloop

Construction Dive

Hyperloops and other high-speed tube systems are gaining ground in the U.S., with several proposed routes and studies underway

World's largest outdoor chandelier tops reworked streetscape for Cleveland's PlayhouseSquare

BD+C

A major project unifying the historic theaters of Cleveland''s PlayhouseSquare officially opens tonight with the lighting of a 20-foot chandelier, billed as the world''s largest outdoor fixture of its kind. Body Image: read more. Architects Cultural Facilities Performing Arts Centers Lighting

Cleveland-Cliffs breaks ground on $700M Toledo, Ohio, iron plant

Construction Dive

The project is expected to generate 1,200 construction jobs and 120 permanent positions at an average annual salary of $90,000 when complete

NASA’s Cleveland-based Glenn Research Center to receive a new centerpiece

BD+C

NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio consists primarily of a constellation of World War II-era brick buildings that lacked a central focus. The new Research Support Building (RSB), designed by TEN Arquitectos, will rectify this and create a nexus for the campus

Snow Professionals Conference Coming to Cleveland

Green Industry Professionals

Pro-Motion Consulting to host Sno-Motion 2013 in Cleveland July 11 and 12; opportunity for snow and ice management professionals to learn and network about new technologies and business best practices

Five Manufacturers Picked To Validate Innovative Technologies

Business Facilities

The U.S. Department of Energy's manufacturing partners will conduct Industrial Technology Validation (ITV) projects to speed adoption of clean energy technologies. Read: Five Manufacturers Picked To Validate Innovative Technologies at BusinessFacilities.com.

Sonnhalter, Cleveland Habitat for Humanity partner for ninth tool drive

Contractor Magazine

More than $220,000 worth of tools, building materials, appliances and other items have been donated since the first drive in 2010

DOE’s Better Buildings Summit to be held in Cleveland, August 21-23

BD+C

Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Summit will be held in Cleveland this year from August 21-23. The U.S. The event is an opportunity for design and construction professionals to explore and share innovative energy and water efficiency strategies, financing trends, and emerging technologies. In addition, DOE’s Energy Exchange will provide greater access to technical training sessions and networking opportunities. There will be over 200 educational and technical training sessions.

Turner Construction Company Selected to Build $272M Hilton Cleveland Downtown

Construction Superintendent Magazine

Turner Construction Company announced construction is underway on the Hilton Cleveland Downtown, Ohio. The 28-story hotel will be connected by underground passageways to the Cleveland Convention Center and the Global Center for Health Innovation. Turner, Ozanne Construction and Van Aukin Akins Architects have formed a joint venture to deliver the project using a design-build method. frontpage

Cleveland-area Lawnmower Thief Gets 12 Years

Green Industry Professionals

Landscaper mowing cemetery robbed at gunpoint; thief eventually captured and sentenced to 12 years in prison

Cleveland's Robert P. Madison Named ENR Midwest 2019 Legacy Award Honoree

ENR Construction

served in the 92nd infantry during World War II and fought in Italy, studied under Gropius and Le Corbusier and designed some of the most iconic buildings in Cleveland as well as major projects in places as far away as Senegal. Robert P. Madison started the first African-American-owned architecture firm in Ohio and only the 10th in the U.S.,

FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, may be covered in the same cladding as Grenfell Tower, AP reports

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FirstEnergy Stadium, where the Cleveland Browns play their home games, may be covered in the same cladding used on Grenfell Tower, according to the Associated Press. The cladding is being investigated as a possible accelerate in the tragic London fire that killed at least 80 people last month

Cleveland Electric Co. Named Southeast Specialty Contractor of the Year

ENR Construction

ENR Southeast announced Cleveland Electric Co.'s s selection as Southeast Specialty Contractor of the Year

Westlake Reed Leskosky will renovate training center for Cleveland Browns

BD+C

Local firm Westlake Reed Leskosky has been chosen to design renovations to the Cleveland Browns ' Training and Administrative Complex in Berea, Ohio. The project will expand office space and is aimed at allowing the maximum number of employees to work at the site simultaneously, facilitating communication and collaboration. read more. Architects Contractors Office Building Sports and Recreational Facility Reconstruction / Renovation

Award of Merit – Residential/Hospitality: Hilton Cleveland Downtown

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The $310 million Hilton Cleveland Downtown needed to be completed by June 2016 to act as the headquarters hotel for the Republican National Convention. Mother Nature did not cooperate

Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Cleveland

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Pullback forecast for non-building markets

Cleveland’s sewer authority to pay developers for green solutions to stormwater runoff

BD+C

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District that serves the Cleveland area will allocate $650,000 of state funds for a grant program to pay private developers to use green elements for managing increased stormwater runoff from a road project. The sewer board also allocated $250,000 to build green infrastructure to help absorb rainwater throughout its area. read more. Regulations Codes and Standards

Ironworkers' Local Pension Plan Saved by $49M Infusion

ENR Construction

Union local plan in Cleveland, headed toward 2024 insolvency, gains cash payment under the American Rescue Plan Act

Award of Merit Government/Public Buildings: Cleveland Park Library

ENR Construction

This 75-year-old community landmark will reliably serve many more generations of visitors thanks to a comprehensive renovation and expansion project that updates and expands public and administrative spaces, the team says

Sonnhalter Tool Drive Raises $28K for Habitat for Humanity

Contractor Magazine

This marks the tenth year of Sonnhalter partnering with the Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity

Smaller U.S. Cities Joining Technology Boom

Business Facilities

Business Clusters/Corridors Featured Louisiana North Carolina Ohio Research & Development Surveys & Research Tennessee Texas USA - Great Lakes USA - Southeast Austin BBG Cleveland Expansion Nashville New Orleans Raleigh-Durham Site Selection Technology technology hubsIncreasingly, tech firms are bypassing celebrated traditional locations in favor of cities which are not typically associated with the technology sector. Read: Smaller U.S. Cities Joining Technology Boom.

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Ohio Top Court Says Lake Erie Offshore Wind Project Can Proceed

ENR Construction

Six-turbine, 20-MW facility northwest of Cleveland, which won fight against opponents, would be North America's first fresh water energy generator