Friday Mar 14
Big Thinking, Big Projects Define Brookfield's Agenda
When Brookfield Office Properties unveiled plans to develop a long dormant site on Manhattan's West Side last year, it would have been fair to question whether the global firm would complete the $4.6-billion project.
Friday Mar 14
People: New York
Thornton Tomasetti, New York, has promoted Gemini Nazareno to vice president. Nazareno has more than 25 years of experience in plumbing and fire suppression/protection engineering and is a member of the firm's mechanical, electrical and plumbing team.
Courthouse contractors still waiting for payments
First Alert Weather Alert: Freeze Warning expires at 8:00 AM on 3/14, issued at 2:28 PM Hoboken, GA First Alert Weather Alert: Freeze Warning expires at 9:00 AM on 3/14, issued at 2:28 PM Fort White, FL Duval County officially opened its new courthouse on June 18 after the project was repeatedly delayed.
Courthouse News Service
False Claims Act Suit Over WTC May Be Refiled
An engineer can refile claims that construction companies defrauded the government while working on the new One World Trade Center and other projects, the 2nd Circuit ruled.
The New York Observer
Black Don't Crack! Prominent New Yorkers (Except Governor...
Shindigger was feeling an ever-so-slight pang of African-American guilt. It was the end of February, we had done zilch to commemorate Black History Month, and something told us that watching four hours of RuPaul's Drag Race reruns didn't quite suffice.
Turner Construction names new Ohio VP
Turner Construction Co. named Stephen Spaulding as vice president, regional risk manager and deputy operations manager for the Ohio region.
Construction crews at the site of a new hotel and office tower in downtown Los Angeles poured more than 80 million pounds of concrete for nearly 20 hours straight - setting a world record for the largest continuous foundation pour ever.