Connecticut

Houlihan Lawrence’s Commercial Group releases new forth quarter report on Fairfield Country

Greenwich, CT Fairfield County economic and employment data mirrored positive national trends in the second half of 2018, and the county is ...

CATIC moves Hartford office to CityPlace I at 185 Asylum St. on the 37th floor

Hartford, CT CATIC National Commercial Services has moved its office to CityPlace I, 185 Asylum St., 37th floor. The move, along with an expanded underwriting department, will allow CATIC to better serve its National Commercial Services clients. The office will continue to be home to CATIC Exchange, LLC.

Construction Institute to present its award-winning program
- Annual Women Who Build Summit held February 21

Check out the Question & Answers with Women Who Build here! On February 21, more than 200 women and men will gather for the Construct...

Meet our Keynote Speaker: Denise Berger, FAIA, Chief of Operations/Engineering Department at The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

With a career that spans over 30 years, Denise Berger oversees the day-to-day activities of the engineering department which is comprised of 570 staff members and a professional services budget of $1.3 billion. She ensures that design and construction management are aligned to deliver the agency’s $32.2 billion ten-year capital plan

Early Morning Panel “Candid Conversation with the C-Suite” Speakers

Early Morning Panel 8:45-10:00 a.m. - “Candid Conversation with the C-Suite” Moderated by: Carolina Cudemus, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Mid Morning Panel: “Integrating Life and Work in the AEC World” Speakers

Mid Morning Panel 10:15 - 11:30 a.m. - “Integrating Life and Work in the AEC World” Moderated by: Julia McFadden: Svigals + Partners

Afternoon Panel: “Tough Talks and How to Have Them” Speakers

Afternoon Panel 3:00 - 4:15 p.m. - “Tough Talks and How to Have Them” Moderator: Debra Rubin of Engineering News-Record Magazine

Q&A session with Blackey of Travelers on her career in the construction industry

The New England Real Estate Journal connected with Cameron Blackey of Travelers for thoughts on her career, her job’s biggest challenges, and how to get more women working in construction.

2019 Women Who Build: Amanda Setzer, e2 Engineers

Which project, deal or transaction was the “game changer” in the advancement of your career during the last 10 years? The first design project where I led the structural design was a university student union. The responsibility was intimidating and sometimes it seemed like everything that could go wrong did-unexpected site conditions

2019 Women Who Build: Jane Milas, Garcia & Milas, P.C.

What was your first job and what did you learn from it? My first job was delivering telephone directories in high school in the summer. I realize many people today don’t even know what a telephone directory is, but back in the day people actually delivered phone books to homes and businesses! I learned the value of hard work and the lesson my parents