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Trumbull announces construction project on Route 111

Construction is expected to begin next month.

Putting new faces on certain types of real estate

An Armonk-based construction company has been expanding its activities in the Hudson Valley while at the same time developing a specialty in creating health...

Mid Hudson Construction sets itself apart with community focus, resilience, versatility

Roughly two decades ago when Ray and Scott Travis first started with Mid Hudson Construction Management (MHCM), the company only had two or three employees and focused solely on small construction management projects.

Old Greenwich’s Kidd & Co. acquires BRH Garver Construction

BRH Garver is focused on micro-tunneling.

New employment law obligations for construction companies

In order to protect themselves, general contractors will need to review and, in most cases, revise existing and future agreements with subcontractors.

W.R. Berkley debuts unit for construction liability insurance

Andrew Robinson named president of new unit.

Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County presses forward in pandemic-era...

Most of the organization's projects have been based in Bridgeport.

LeChase opens new infection control risk assessment training center

At the new infection control risk assessment training center at LeChase's Armonk office, workers will learn to mitigate hazards at construction sites where nearby individuals could be affected.

Bridgeport and CT Airport Authority plans new pact to upgrade Sikorsky...

Sikorsky last offered commercial air service in 1999.

Ulster County Executive proposes new emergency management, county gov facility

The proposal is part of Ryan's 2022 Ulster County Executive Budget Capital Improvement Program, and would centralize various county government functions under one roof, at the new Ulster County Public Safety Communications Center.

Monroe developer gets $29.3M tax break for New Rochelle residential towers

The tax breaks, approved on Oct. 27, are for two apartment buildings that are expected to cost $172 million to build, situated within the three-building Westchester Place development project.

County, construction and union officials show united front behind capital projects

Westchester County Executive George Latimer and representatives from the construction industry gathered inside of the administration building at Playland Park in Rye on Oct. 26 to underscore the importance of major capital projects that maintain and reconstruct the county’s physical assets.

Pugni brother accuses brothers of looting Valhalla construction business

A shareholder in two family construction companies in Valhalla is suing his brothers to liquidate the businesses. John Pugni accused Mark, Gregory and Gary Pugni of diverting profits from Bradhurst Site Construction Corp. and Bradhurst Equipment Corp.

Push begins to show benefits of housing construction

Welcome Home Westchester released its first white paper exploring Westchester’s need for housing that corresponds to the needs of its diverse communities and the financial rewards that flow from housing development.

More senior housing to be added to Admiral Halsey in Poughkeepsie

The new building, to be called Admiral Halsey Senior Village II, will be built on undeveloped land within the Admiral Halsey property, and add 24 studios and 48 one-bedroom apartments.