Prefabricated Building is a Growing Business
By Julia Bunch, Bisnow Dallas/Fort Worth
With skilled labor shortages impacting more of the U.S., off-site construction is a way to build projects in less affected areas, and to provide workers with safer working conditions in a prefab factory than out in the field."
Proposal for 25-story Millennial Tower Downtown Columbus
By Jim Weiker, The Columbus Dispatch
Millennial Tower will be the first building in Downtown Columbus to fully embrace and integrate these concepts, and it will be a bold and visually stunning addition to the Columbus skyline.”
Construction Management Student Hosts Radio Show on Women in Construction
Mary Tyler March of Construction Dive shares an interview with Stephanie Crepeau, a construction management student who hosts an internet radio show about women in construction.
I wish career and technical education programs were a staple in schools everywhere. I always believed that if you want to be a carpenter you should...
Crain's 2017 Women of Note: Doreen Cannon
Congratulations to Doreen Cannon, President of Plumbers Local 55, on being named one of Crain's Cleveland Business' 2017 Women of Note!
The women who really make it in this career, and who have become very successful, are women who knew and understood what it was all about." -Doreen Cannon, Plumbers Local 55...
Major Project Update for 2017
Road construction article by Brian Budzynski of Roads and Bridges.
Catching up with some of the biggest projects in the U.S."
Builder’s Risk Insurance, a Peace of Mind Really?
By Mike Luker, CPAS at Skoda Minotti
Claims filed with insurance companies can become battles, and builder’s risk policies can be rigged with unexpected land mines that insurers will use to minimize or eliminate payouts."
Construction Could Begin Late this Summer on San Diego Area Prototype Border Walls
Article by Joseph Tanfani,Contact Reporter for the Los Angeles Times
Customs and Border Protection still has not signed any contracts to build prototypes of new barriers, a first step in plans to design and erect a wall along the 2,000-mile Mexico border..."
Christopher Connell Appointed Chief Design Officer at Cleveland Clinic
by Timothy Magaw, Sections Editor for Crain's Cleveland Business
Cleveland Clinic has added a C-suite role to oversee all of the health system's architecture and design work and appointed Christopher Connell..."
DeNora Tech and Heilind Electronics Builds Could Rise Side by Side in Mentor
By Grant Segall, The Plain Dealer
DeNora's Schafer and Heilind's Kish said their companies lacked room to expand at their current sites...Schafer said De Nora could add 80,000 square feet at its Mentor site. Kish said Heilind could add 50,000."
Expansion of Charter Steel Plant in Cuyahoga Heights Approved
Government reporter Jay Miller of Crain's Cleveland Business reports of the Charter Steel Plant's $153 million expansion in Cuyahoga Heights.
The county loan is part of a $74.8 million financing package that includes $38 million in Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority bonds, a $2 million JobsOhio loan and $31...