Indeed Expanding, Adding 500 Jobs In Connecticut

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Read: Indeed Expanding, Adding 500 Jobs In Connecticut. Capital Investment Connecticut Daily News Featured Office, IT & Call Centers Taxes & Incentives Business Incentives connecticut Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Economic Development Employment Expansion Indeed Site Selection Technology Workforce DevelopmentThe tech company will invest $26.5

SCA Pharmaceuticals Establishing Connecticut Manufacturing Facility

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SCA Pharmaceuticals Establishing Connecticut Manufacturing Facility. Biotech & Pharma Connecticut Daily News Featured Taxes & Incentives Workforce Development Bradley International Airport Business Incentives Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Corporate Real Estate (CRE) Economic Development Employment Expansion pharmaceuticals SCA Pharmaceuticals Site Selection

New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut Wrestle with Transportation


New York, New Jersey and Connecticut construction news recently centered on infrastructure and transportation. New York Construction transportation new jersey connecticut

Connecticut Grapples With Failing Concrete Foundations

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Connecticut’s commissioner of consumer protection, Jonathan A. Harris, expects to issue a report this fall on the “potential cause or causes” of failing concrete foundations in northeastern Connecticut

Henkel Corporation Relocating HQ To Connecticut

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Henkel will be the latest to participate in Connecticut’s First Five Plus program, which is operated under the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD). Relocating or Expanding Your Business In Connecticut.

Connecticut Congressman Proposes New Bill to Fund Infrastructure

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John B. Larson (CT-01) announced Tuesday the America Wins Act, a $1 trillion proposal to rebuild the nation’s crumbling infrastructure and to create millions of jobs for the middle class over the next decade

Business Facilities’ 2015 State Rankings Report: Nebraska Tops Employment Leaders Field

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Articles By Location California Connecticut Daily News Featured Post Nebraska North Dakota Online Features U.S. - Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. Nebraska edged North Dakota for Business Facilities’ Employment Leaders crown in BF’s 11th annual State Rankings Report. Business Facilities’ 2015 State Rankings Report: Nebraska Tops Employment Leaders Field appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine.

Skanska Constructs $149M Medical Building in Connecticut

Construction Superintendent Magazine

Skanska has signed a contract to build a new special medical building for Stamford Hospital in Connecticut. The contract value, $149 million, will be included in order bookings for Skanska USA Building for the first quarter of 2014.

Less Is More In New England

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percent and Connecticut’s 5.1 According to the Connecticut Department of Labor, the May 2017 unemployment rate for Connecticut was estimated at 4.9 Rocky Hill is a suburban community of 21,000 residents located in central Connecticut two hours from both Boston and New York City.

Feature Story: 2016 Economic Development Awards

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Connecticut DECD for Connecticut Innovation’s (CI) Pre-Seed Fund, which supports the formation of new Connecticut technology companies by providing the funding, mentoring and resources needed to turn ideas into an early-stage technology company.

Aerospace And Defense Jobs Expected To Grow

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The top states, in descending order, are: California, Washington, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Connecticut and Kansas. Aerospace And Defense Jobs Expected To Grow originally appeared on Business Facilities - Economic Development, Site Selection & Workforce Solutions.

Inspector’s Fake Credentials Cost Employer $390K

ENR Construction

State hits Connecticut engineer with substantial fine for failure to check staff member’s background. Business Management

New Connecticut law mandates thermostat recycling

Constructor Magazine

A new law requires all mercury thermostats removed from service in Connecticut by contractors and service technicians must be recycled. read more. Best Practices Green

Stihl Inc. Announces New Distribution Warehouse

Green Industry Professionals

Northeast Stihl to offer service to dealers from its new Connecticut location

KBE Building Corp. Celebrates Groundbreaking for Connecticut’s First “Household” Model Nursing Home

Construction Superintendent Magazine

Attended by Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch, the groundbreaking ceremony kicked off a collaborative effort to build Connecticut’s first “household” model nursing home. BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- KBE Building Corporation recently celebrated the groundbreaking for Bridgeport’s new $72-million Jewish Senior Services building.

Communities Get Environmental, Economic Development Help From EPA

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Locked, Loaded and Ready to Relocate

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Several other states are moving forward with new gun restrictions, including New Jersey, Illinois and Connecticut. ” Colt has called Connecticut home for over 175 years. Rocky Mountains assault weapons ban background checks colorado connecticut magazine capacity new york

Q Bridge Wins America's Transportation Award

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The Q Bridge, also known as the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge, over the Quinnipaiac River in new Haven, Connecticut was awarded for the Best Use of Innovation by Northeast Association of State Transportation Officials (NASTO

Top 10 States Ranked In Energy Efficiency Scorecard

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Connecticut Incentives and Workforce Development Guide

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A comprehensive list of Connecticut financial aid, loans, grants, abatements, workforce development, exemptions, funds & capital investment opportunities. Connecticut Incentives and Workforce Development Guide appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine.

Connecticut Mulls Warranty Reimbursement Law

Green Industry Professionals

Proposed bill could force manufacturers to reimburse dealers at shop labor rate for warranty work

Rebuilding to heal: Sandy Hook Elementary School


A 20-year-old gunman named Adam Lanza invaded the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and fatally shot 20 children, ages six and seven, and six adult staff members. December 14, 2012.

ENR New England Names Sciple as 2016 Legacy Award Winner

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ENR New England covers Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont ENR New England is pleased to announce Carl Sciple as the 2016 Legacy Award winner.

Sears to Sell Craftsman Brand to Stanley Black & Decker

Construction Equipment

Craftsman tools will still be sold by Sears retail stores but the brand is being sold to Connecticut-based Stanley Black & Decker Inc Sears Holdings Corporation has agreed to sell its Craftsman tool brand to Stanley Black & Decker Inc. for about $900 million.

Go for the Gold: 3 Keys to Finishing a Commercial Construction Project on Time

Commercial Construction

Involving your commercial contractor early-on for a large-scale project, such as this shopping center development Englewood Construction completed in Connecticut, allows the construction team to create a realistic timeline for key project milestones.

January/February 2016 Issue (Volume 49, Number 1)

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Conn-ected Communities | Six thriving cities and towns in the heart of Connecticut are prime locations for new businesses. Business Facilities January/February 2016. Snapshots: 60 Seconds… with Don Pierson, Secretary, Louisiana Economic Development.

Connecticut Setting Groundwork To Become First EV Friendly State

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CT DOT Commissioner James Redeker, CT Electric Car Founder Ed Ingalls and CT DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty are committed to making Connecticut the first EV-friendly state in the country by 2014.


Hartford Stadium Controversy Still Unresolved

ENR Construction

The conflict between the team and the stadium developer lands in a Connecticut court

New Meriden, Conn. Transit Center Nearly Ready to Open

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is nearly complete, says John Bernick, rail administrator for Connecticut Dept. Part of the ongoing $639 million commuter rail line upgrade being branded as the CTrail Hartford Line, a new transit center in Meriden, Conn.

Small Business Owners Grade Their States For Business Friendliness

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In contrast, small business owners gave California, Rhode Island and Illinois an “F,” while Connecticut and New Jersey both earned a “D” grade.

Connecticut Summer Camp Appoints KBE Building Corp. President to BOD

Construction Superintendent Magazine

ANDOVER, Conn. -- Connecticut’s Channel 3 Kids Camp has appointed KBE Building Corporation’s Mike Kolakowski to its board of directors. Kolakowski is the president and principal owner of KBE Building Corporation.

Connecticut Senator Wants Statewide Pesticide Ban

Green Industry Professionals

Ted Kennedy Jr. wants to ban pesticides from being used on soccer and baseball fields, municipal playgrounds

California is Rolling in Dough

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Today, the picture is much brighter: besides California, at least seven other states (including Connecticut, Utah, Wisconsin and oil-rich North Dakota) are reporting surpluses.

The Korte Company builds a new home for soldiers in Danbury

The Korte Company

We built the 96,000 square-foot Reserve Center to house 600 soldiers, some coming from the Connecticut National Guard and others from the U.S. The Korte Company is proud to announce the opening of the Veterans Memorial Armed Forces Reserve Center in Danbury, CT.

One Year Later

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One year ago on this date, a storm named Sandy made a sharp left turn off the coast of New Jersey and moved ashore a few miles north of Atlantic City.

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Connecticut Contractor Faces 25 Serious Violations

Construction Equipment

OSHA has cited Manchester, Conn.-based based Rockville Construction LLC for 25 serious violations of workplace safety and health standards.

ACE Mentoring in Connecticut

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Check out the article, “Pupils learn architecture’s fine points by Melvin Mason” which covers an ACE Mentoring group in Connecticut. A brief excerpt can be found below: Shawn Lahey can see himself working on great homes some day in the future. If his advisers with the ACE Mentor Program have anything to say, he’ll be doing just that.