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Engineering firm relocating from Stamford to Stratford

Technology Associates also has offices in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

State sets aside $8.3M to improve competitiveness of manufacturing sector

Included are matching grants for digital readiness and cybersecurity assessments, more engineering internships, and a single website where manufacturers can find answers to the issues and challenges they face.

Suite Talk: Steven H. Kaplan, president of the University of New...

"Our attitude is the pandemic is not going to get in our way," said Kaplan.

First Reserve acquires engineering firm CHA Consulting

First Reserve, a Stamford-based private equity investment firm focused on the energy industry, has acquired CHA Consulting Inc., an Albany, N.Y.-based engineering consulting firm focused on the North American market.

Xerox joins Innovation Lab in health care technology partnership

The companies said they will collaborate on exploring medical technology, engineering and robotics solutions to improve the quality of health care.

Lower Fairfield County earns dismal scores in STEM job survey

New data analysis finds the region tied in last place for quality engineering universities.

Engineering/architecture firm Falcon Group opens Stamford office

The office is part of a strategy to provide capacity for increased customer support, engineering and sales services for the Northeast region.

WCA aims to bring engineering school to Westchester

The Westchester County Association conducts a study to determine the viability of bringing an engineering program at the collegiate level to the county.

UB shines with online offerings

A leap to leadership in a burgeoning academic arena.

Stamford company claims hot-cold engineering feat

A system for heating and cooling that could fit in the basement.

Army engineer to launch Quinnipiac dept.

Quinnipiac University hired a former U.S. Army officer to create its first engineering department.

ITT plans three-way corporate split

ITT Corp. this year plans to separate its global businesses into three separately traded companies.