CEA Reflections: Labor Relations in 1961
Fifty years ago, John A. Hull the Executive Manager of Building Trades Employers' Association of Cleveland (BTEA), stated how northeastern Ohio could almost be said to be the birthplace of organization in the industry. The BTEA was formed July, 1916 and there were negotiations in the industry...
Ozanne Construction Company Featured in Crain's
The environment, economy and sustainability are conductors of the culture at Ozanne Construction Company , a multidisciplinary concern that has managed the development of prominent structures throughout Ohio and beyond
Read more on how the company, under Leroy Ozanne,...
Cleveland Area Construction Employment Down 4% Year Over Year
Associated General Contractors of America's latest figures show a 4% drop in construction employment for the Greater Cleveland area, which ranks 234th nationally in percentage increase/decrease.
Other Ohio Cities
- Akron | 7% gain | 29th
- Columbus | 1% gain | 119th
- Toledo | no...
Ohio Database Expands to Connect Shale Companies to Local Contractors
While national oil and gas companies are flooding eastern Ohio to get involved in the Utica Shale, a service is being developed to help local companies provide information about what they can offer. Read More
AGC: Cleveland Construction Employment Down 5% Year-Over-Year
Associated General Contractors of America's latest data on construction employment nationwide.
Cleveland's second Inner Belt Bridge to be a P3
Building a second Inner Belt Bridge for Cleveland will cost Ohio $332 million -- eventually. Gov. John Kasich plans to accelerate the project by hiring a design-build team that will both demolish the current bridge and construct the new one. The architecture-construction-finance team that is chosen will pay the $332 million up front and...
Regional Building Projects Earn LEED Certification
Congratulations to the project team let by Donley’s for the Cleveland Clinic Foundation’s Avon Health Center on earning LEED Silver certification under the new construction criteria.
Economists to CEA Contractors: Cross Your Fingers and Hope Congress Cooperates
On May 30th, the Chief Economists for AGC of America and Reed Construction Data provided their economic construction forecasts to gathered CEA members.