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Michael Integlia & Co. President Michael Integlia Jr. on Nov. 6 announces plans to find an “adaptive reuse” for the 138-year-old Elizabeth Mill in Warwick that will likely include offices, apartments, stores and hotel rooms. The three-story, 100,000-square-foot mill is located across the street from the Interlink train station and connection to T.F. Green Airport. Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, seated, left, says demolition of a building connector and aesthetic improvements to vacant parcels at the site will be followed next spring by $1.1 million in streetscape upgrades. more
Associated Builders and Contractors, a national construction industry trade association, has presented Gilbane Building Co. with its Safety Training and Evaluation Process Diamond Award, the Providence-based construction company announced Wednesday. more
Meghan Downing of North Providence describes living in one of downtown Providence’s premier apartment buildings as still more of a fantasy than reality because of their price. more
Evan Staples has only been a project engineer at New England Construction in East Providence for about a year, but training in the field has shown him the critical role technology plays in the industry. more
They’re the most closely watched high-voltage lines in Rhode Island. more
Construction employment in Rhode Island dropped 4.4 percent in August compared with the same period in 2012, a year-over-year net loss of 700 jobs, according to an analysis of Labor Department data by the Associated General Contractors of America. more
Builders began work on fewer U.S. homes than projected in August and applications for future work declined more than forecast, underscoring the risk that higher mortgage rates pose for the real-estate rebound. more
The most common definition of innovation has technology hogging the limelight of public opinion with its up-to-the-minute gizmos and gadgets. more
The Great Recession delivered a hammer blow to building and real estate businesses, and New England Construction did not escape the pain. The East Providence-based company saw revenue fall from more than $58 million in 2008 to $20 million in 2010. But while other companies folded, New England Construction held on and worked hard to rebuild through the recovery. Today the company’s annual revenue is nearly where it was before the downturn five years ago, up to $53.5 million in 2012. more
Providence will try again this year to drag its zoning code into the 21st century. more
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