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Latino Construction Program Preps Workers to Meet Demand
Crain's Cleveland Business' government reporter, Jay Miller.
A tightening labor market for construction workers, building plans on MetroHealth's main campus on the West Side and Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's push to have the diversity of the city's population reflected in its employment are the forces behind a...
Priorities Include Modernizing our Toll Collection System
From the webpage of Ohio Turnpike Commission
The Ohio Turnpike’s current system of toll collection was implemented in 2009 and is approaching the end of its useful life. To prepare for that outcome, and because our customers have clearly supported a plan to remove toll gates, we are planning to modernize our Toll Collection System (...
Cleveland Cuts School Construction Plans From 13 More Schools to 8 or Fewer
By Patrick O'Donnell, The Plain Dealer
The Cleveland school district is about to seek public input on how to cut its original plans to build 13 new schools in the next few years down to eight or fewer.
Voters in 2014 passed a $200 million bond issue to build or renovate at least 20 schools in the city and...
Cleveland Clinic planning new Hospital in Mentor
By Ginger Christ, The Plain Dealer
The Cleveland Clinic plans to build a new hospital in Mentor, expanding its presence in Lake County and adding another actor to a crowded healthcare scene there. The health system has shared few details about the new hospital since it was announced in late February by CEO Tom...
Carnegie Avenue wins Friends, Influences Development
By government reporter Jay Miller, Crain's Cleveland Business
Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland's Midtown neighborhood may finally become something more than a way for East Side commuters to get to and from work downtown.
The city of Cleveland and MidTown Cleveland Inc., the community development corporation that serves...
New nuCLEus plan is scaled-back version of original design
By Jordyn Grzelewski, The Plain Dealer
After numerous stops and starts, the much-anticipated nuCLEus project in downtown Cleveland is again moving forward, but this time in a scaled-down version.
New renderings for the project planned for the city’s Gateway District were filed with the city late Thursday afternoon.
CEA Member, The Albert M. Higley Co. adds second out-of-town office in a year
This article was written by real estate reporter, Stan Bullard, Crain's Cleveland Business.
The Albert M. Higley Co. of Cleveland has finished the second leg of its geographic expansion plan, opening an office in Pittsburgh.
The Cleveland-based general contractor and construction management firm has hired a market leader,...
Columbus Developer Buys Cleveland Land, Plans Apartments
By Stan Bullard, Senior Reporter/Real Estate for Crain's Cleveland Business.
Casto, the Columbus-based real estate developer and owner, just took a key step — buying the land — in its quest to build a five-story apartment building in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood. Through CLE Dexter Purchaser...