As RFPs come in, Debate over Opportunity Corridor Continues
By Crain's Government Reporter, Jay Miller.
With the second of the three sections of the $306 million Opportunity Corridor now complete, the city of Cleveland is looking to hire a consultant to help it market and sell the land adjacent to the 2.5 miles of road under construction between Interstate 490 on the west and University Circle...
Michigan Developer Weighs Downtown Deal
This article is by Stan Bullard, Crain's senior reporter.
Michigan real estate developer Jonathan Holtzman, who is building apartments throughout the Midwest, wants to construct a mixed-use residential building in downtown Cleveland.
Holtzman, CEO of City Club Apartments in Farmington Hills, described the proposed structure...
Legislative Update - December 2018
The lame duck session is in full gear as the Ohio legislative session ends at the end of this month. While the legislature is deciding on what bills to send to governor for action, the newly elected statewide officials, including Governor-elect Mike DeWine, have started to name...
Hahn Loeser’s Andy Natale Honored at Ohio Contractors Association Annual Conference
This week, Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP's Andrew J. Natale received the Ohio Contractors Association (OCA) Distinguished Service Award for his lifetime of service and leadership within the construction industry.
Year-End Checklist: Bookkeeping for Small Businesses
This blog is from Budgetease.biz
When it comes to bookkeeping for small businesses it is important to have a year-end checklist to make sure everything is in order. Here is our year-end checklist:
Ensuring Operational Safety When Utilizing Boom Lifts
This article is from AGC of America's Safety Matter written by Jim Arabia, Vice President of Marketing, Bigrentz
Because the wheeled base is heavy, boom lifts keep workers stable as it lifts them upwards. However, there are some safety risks."
Developer Eyes $40 Million Project in Lakewood
By Stan Bullard of Crain's Cleveland Business
The concept is for a five-story building on the Detroit frontage between Wyandotte and Parkwood avenues and the eight-floor building between Parkwood and Bunts."
IBEW Local 134 Union Hall: Union Lights a 'Beacon'
David Malone, Associate Editor of Building Design & Construction reports on how the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 134 transformed an old school into the new West Side union hall.
The LED illumination acts as a welcome sign to the community, while calling attention to the IBEW’s professional...
Three Innovations to Mitigate the Impact
Article from Constructech.
2017 Mixer Driver Recruitment and Retention Survey reported that respondents overwhelmingly noted their biggest hiring challenge was finding drivers with ready mix concrete experience. So, what can ready mix producers do to mitigate the impact of this shortage on their operations?...
Opening of Opportunity Corridor Section 2
Article by Crain's Cleveland Business's, Jay Miller.
Section 2 of the three-mile, $300 million Opportunity Corridor is complete enough to merit a ribbon-cutting."
It happened Thursday, Nov. 29, on a new bridge over East 105th Street between Quincy and Quebec avenues, formally completing the $35 million Section...