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going green | Residential | residential additions

Going Green with Major Renovations with Multiple Rooms

By: Kevin Ahern
May 12th, 2015

The following excerpt is from an article found on Home Advisor Pro. It was written by David Johnston. 

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Commercial | commercial construction | going green | New Haven | new haven construction | News & Events

New Haven Planning for Last Section of Farmington Canal Greenway

By: Litchfield Builders
February 11th, 2015

The following is an excerpt of an article by Mary E. O'Leary of the New Haven Register on upcoming additions being made to the Farmington Canal Heritage Greenway, a popular trail running from New Haven to Northampton, MA.

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Commercial | commercial remodeling | going green | sustainability | sustainable building

3 Sustainable Building Practices You Can’t Ignore

By: Kevin Ahern
October 23rd, 2013

In the modern commercial construction industry there is a major focus on sustainability. The benefits of this focus can be seen on three fronts: economic, environmental, and social. While there are dozens of methods that can be applied, there are three important sustainable building practices that should not be ignored.

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business remodeling | Commercial | commercial construction | commercial remodeling | connecticut commercial construction | going green | green building practices | green business practices | sustainability

When Should You Consider Commercial Remodeling?

By: Kevin Ahern
September 6th, 2013

How do you know when it's time to remodel your business? Business owners everywhere struggle with this question. Old workspaces, which often weren't designed for their current uses, can be unattractive, cramped, and discouraging to employees. These features can detract from worker morale and productivity. In addition, older buildings frequently have compromised plumbing and electrical systems. In these older systems, energy is wasted, not only putting a strain on our resources but also increasing utility costs.

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