Region's Infrastructure Barely Makes a Passing Grade
News article was written by Jay Miller, Crain's Cleveland Business.
The infrastructure of the five northernmost counties of Northeast Ohio got a D+ grade on a report card from the Cleveland Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
That harsh assessment, though, duplicates the grade the national ASCE...
Construction Labor Woes are Wearing on Region
Article is by Crain's Cleveland Business, Stan Bullard.
Ripples from a tightening supply of workers in the building trades are starting to surface in Northeast Ohio's construction market.
Doug Price, CEO of Willoughby-based apartment and office owner K&D Group, said he considers the labor shortage in the building...
Shaker Square Proposal Includes Removing Shaker Boulevard
By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer
Designers working on a new vision for Shaker Square know they’ll stir controversy this week by proposing that Shaker Boulevard should be removed to make the square a greener, more welcoming place. But they want to see how the public reacts anyway. The ‘Shaker Park’ concept...
ALL Crane Collaborates on Condo Build in Tight Quarters
This article is from the webpage of All Crane.com
Cleveland’s Little Italy is a close-knit, historic community. When a 75-ton capacity crane arrives on the scene—and starts winding through tight alleyways—people take notice. Such was the scene when a new residential construction project began last summer. A new 26-...
Cleveland Apartment Vacancy Stands Out, but Market for New Spaces Remains 'Very Strong'
Article from Crain's Cleveland Business by Stan Bullard.
Amid a building spurt, apartment vacancy in the Cleveland region ticked up to 6% at the end of 2018, from 5.8% a year earlier. The data from the Marcus & Millichap investment real estate brokerage also put the Metropolitan Statistical Area in a spot it rarely sees in...
2019 ACE Mentor Program Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
The Cleveland affiliate of the ACE Mentor Program has partnered with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) and now features 10 CMSD teams as well as Warrensville Heights High School totaling nearly 180 students. Approximately 150 volunteers from more than 70 local firms from the design, engineering and construction industry...
Tremont Project The Tappan Would Include Apartments and Bakery
By Jordyn Grzelewski, The Plain Dealer
A local developer plans to build on its previous work in Tremont with a mixed-use, mixed-income project in the near West Side neighborhood’s Scranton corridor.
Sustainable Community Associates, a development group made up of three Oberlin College graduates who made a name for...
Bridgestone to Build Akron Plant to Make Firestone Racing Tires
By Brittany Nader, cleveland.com
Bridgestone Americas announced plans Wednesday to build a plant in Akron to make Firestone race tires.
The new Bridgestone Advanced Tire Production Center will be across the street from the Bridgestone Americas Technical Center on East Firestone Boulevard.
Tri-C Metro Turns a Harsh Brutalist Fortress into a Welcoming Campus Center
By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer
The new Campus Center contains a cafeteria, offices for student organizations, Tri-C’s High-Tech Academy and adult diploma program, a large community meeting space, a Barnes & Noble bookstore, professional development areas for faculty, and the outstanding two-story commons facing west into...
Sewer District Presents Solutions for Big Creek Parkway Flooding
By Beth Mlady, Special to cleveland.com.
Middleburg residents attended the Jan. 14 Streets Committee meeting and heard how they might finally get relief from basement and backyard flooding that has plagued them for years. For all the problem areas, we tried to come up with a minimum of two alternatives for what it would...