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$2.3B GreenCity to break ground in 2023 near Richmond, Virginia

Nov 11, 2022 (0) comment , ,

GreenCity, the $2.3 billion development in Henrico County, Virginia, will feature office, retail, residential units, hotels, an arena and extensive park space. Courtesy of GreenCity   Brief: A $2.3 billion “eco district” development is set to break ground in early 2023 outside of Richmond, Virginia. The GreenCity project in Henrico County will feature office space, […]

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7 major mixed-use projects underway across the country

Oct 27, 2022 (0) comment , , ,

These multibillion-dollar developments will enhance their neighborhoods with new housing, retail, dining and entertainment options.   A rendering of the 53-acre Lincoln Yards project on Chicago’s Fulton River. The full development will contain 6,000 residential units. Permission granted by Sterling Bay     The mixed-use development boom of the last decade is still going strong, […]

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Stadiums of tomorrow: Franchises across leagues look to build new homes

Oct 21, 2022 (0) comment , , ,

As the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes move closer to a new arena, Construction Dive examines the status of the country’s biggest stadium projects. Much like their animal namesake, the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes prowl their home state, seeking a new home after having to turn to the ice at Arizona State University to host their home games […]

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White House announces $2.4B for state EV charging infrastructure, other projects

Sep 22, 2022 (0) comment , ,

The EV charging programs were created through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Also approved were $1.5 billion in grants for highway, multimodal freight and rail projects. The Federal Highway Administration has approved the first 35 state plans to build EV charging stations along Interstate highways under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure formula program. President Joe […]

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Texas advances $85B road-building plan

Sep 16, 2022 (0) comment , ,

  Brief: The Texas DOT will spend a record $85 billion on roadway construction and other transportation efforts over the next 10 years, according to the agency’s 2023 Unified Transportation Program, which directs federal and state funding to projects. These UTP funds are in addition to $32 billion over the life of the program for […]

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Chicago Bears unveil new domed stadium, mixed-use concept

Sep 08, 2022 (0) comment , , ,

Brief: There are several “ifs” attached, but the NFL’s Chicago Bears may be getting a new stadium. Should the franchise continue with plans to purchase 326 acres in Arlington Heights, Illinois, it intends to build a “best-in-class enclosed stadium,” per an announcement. The stadium would serve as the anchor for what the team called one of […]

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Healthcare construction spending surges despite rising expenses

Sep 02, 2022 (0) comment , ,

Rising MEP costs, inflation and supply chain concerns haven’t slowed costly healthcare projects. A rendering shows the proposed design of the new hospital at UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights. Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron   Healthcare construction remains strong despite surging costs, with spending in the sector near all-time highs, according […]

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Chula Vista, Port Break Ground on $1.3 Billion Bayfront Resort and Convention Center

Aug 19, 2022 (0) comment , , ,

Chula Vista took the next step toward its ambitious Bayfront plans, as city and Port of San Diego leaders Wednesday broke ground on the Gaylord Pacific Resort and Convention Center — the centerpiece of the development. This will be Gaylord Hotels’ first West Coast location. City and port leaders hope the convention center will spur […]

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Concrete frame tops out at $2B Intuit Dome

Aug 12, 2022 (0) comment , , ,

Brief: The AECOM-Hunt Turner joint venture building the $2 billion NBA Intuit Dome arena for the Los Angeles Clippers topped out its concrete frame last week, just six months after its first foundation was poured, according to a Turner press release. The project broke ground in September 2021. Completing the concrete frame took more than […]

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4 Entrepreneurial Breakthrough Lessons From July 4th

Jun 30, 2022 (0) comment , , ,

Independence was declared in 1776, but the Revolutionary War didn’t end until November of 1783. That makes it one of the longest wars in US history. For almost nine years, our founders claimed they were a nation before the rest of the world recognized it. They sewed flags and sang songs and laid down lives […]

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