The following is an excerpt from an article from the New Haven Register by Evan Lips.
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.
See how you can get the best return on investment from your next home remodel by knowing exactly what to expect and how to prepare.
The following excerpt is from an article found on nhregister.com written by Luther Turmelle.
The following is an excerpt from an article from CT Post.
In winter, starting a remodeling or construction project is usually the last thing on the minds of home and business owners, primarily because of the weather. Many property owners cringe at the idea of removing walls or having muddy and snowy tracks dragged through their home or business and assume that outdoor remodeling is not a possibility.
Change is good, so they say--and this is definitely true of commercial remodeling. Remodeling presents a unique opportunity for business owners to update their look, boost the reputation of their organization, and improve client relationships. Whether it is a restaurant, office building, or retail store, here are a few ways that commercial remodeling can help you improve your client relationships:
The following is an excerpt from an article by Jiahui Hu of the Yale Daily News. "The Construction Worker Initiative 2, Inc. — a six-month program that trains unemployed or underemployed New Haven County residents for construction careers — graduated its first and only all-female class on Oct. 23. Since its first cycle in 1999, the CWI2 has annually trained between 200 and 300 males and females combined. However, this year, a national non-profit donor, Wider Opportunities for Women, requested that CWI2 consider running the program solely for women and for a shorter period of time — three months instead of the usual six. This stipulation from WOW only applies to 2014, and next year the program will return to accepting both men and women. Nichole Jefferson, the head of the Commission on Equal Opportunities and the director of the program, said that the edition this year was important for the community because many of the participants are the single heads of their households with no stable source of income." Read the Full Article
The following is an excerpt from article by Tony Terzi of Fox CT covering the upcoming $400 million redevelopment of the New Haven Coliseum.
The following is an excerpt from an article by Don Stacom of the Hartford Courant.
In Middlesex County, the picturesque "ghost town" of Johnsonville, is up for sale, presenting Connecticut investors and construction companies with rare historic preservation and business opportunities. The following is an excerpt from article and video by Tina Detelj of WTNH News 8 on the town.