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Liquid asphalt importer and provider Hudson Cos. announced Saturday that the Canada-based Bitumar Inc. has taken over most of the operations at its Providence plant, as part of the broader process of selling Hudson’s assets. more
The Independent Order of Odd Fellows didn’t cut corners when they built a new meeting hall to accommodate their growing brotherhood in the 1880s. more
NEW BEDFORD – Cape Wind’s federal permits list Quonset Point, in North Kingstown, as the staging area for a planned 130-turbine wind farm to be located in Nantucket Sound, according to The Standard-Times of New Bedford. more
When the last of the Arcade’s retail tenants vacated the 185-year-old building in 2008 in anticipation of a planned renovation, the imposing structure often called the oldest indoor mall in the country jumped to the top of the most-endangered-properties list published by the Providence Preservation Society. more
Construction employment rose in 185 out of 339 metropolitan areas — including the New Bedford area and the Norwich-New London metro area — declined in 115 — including the Providence-Fall River-Warwick area — and remained stagnant in 39 metropolitan areas from May 2012 to May 2013, according to a report released by the Associated General Contractors of America on Friday. more
The usual scrutiny aimed at alterations to historic campus buildings gets turned up a notch when they’re part of a premier art college with the word design in its name. more
Brown University and Commonwealth Ventures LLC are receiving rave reviews for their bid to redevelop Providence’s empty South Street Power Station. more
When this ole’ world seems too full of concrete and traffic, some Rhode Island businesses are taking to the roof for green space ambiance for lunch, for insulation to help cut energy costs in half and for growing vegetables for a downtown restaurant that spotlights locally sourced culinary creations. more
Few investments have seemed as risky in recent years as the construction of speculative office space in Rhode Island. Since the recession, only a handful of small office projects have been completed without a tenant already lined up. more
Describe Providence real estate veteran Kenneth R. Dulgarian’s new East Side apartment building how you’d like – just don’t call it “contemporary.” more
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