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Detroit Projects Scaling Back Amid Rising Construction Costs

Yet another condominium project in Detroit is on life support. The developer behind the planned $377 million The Mid project just north of Detroit’s Whole Foods Inc. store says that it’s “unlikely” the dozens of high-end condos that

Top 40 Religious Facilities Sector Construction Firms for 2019

RANK COMPANY 2018 RELIGIOUS SECTOR REVENUE 1 STO Building Group (formerly Structure Tone) $120,900,000 2 Crossland Construction $76,525,292 3 Consigli Building Group $35,665,128 4 Hill & Wilkinson $34,469,337 5 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The

Top 95 Reconstruction Work Construction Firms for 2019

RANK COMPANY 2018 RECONSTRUCTION SECTOR REVENUE 1 Gilbane $2,939,088,000 2 STO Building Group (formerly Structure Tone) $2,567,525,000 3 DPR Construction $2,351,836,400 4 PCL Construction Enterprises $2,265,785,779 5 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The

Clark Construction’s Strategic Partnership Program Recognized as Finalist for Best Economic Empowerment Program by U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has recognized Clark Construction Group’s Strategic Partnership Program as one of four finalists for the “Best Economic Empowerment Program”. The recognition was bestowed

A Deep Dive Into New Industrial Design Trends

The last decade has been a time of profound and consequential change in industrial construction. Trends like the integration and influence of new technology, adapting to space limitations in urban environments, the explosive growth and proliferation of

Sachse Construction Academy Proves Importance of Skilled Trades

The Sachse Construction Academy returned to Eastern Market last week, for its fourth annual exhibition aimed at promoting skilled trade opportunities for Detroit high school students. The afternoon which had over 500 juniors and seniors attend, was aimed at

Detroit Students Get a Hands-on Look at Skilled Trades

Wearing safety glasses and ear muffles, Fantasia Jackson carefully held a nail gun and fired it into a large wood board during a demonstration Tuesday at the Sachse Construction Academy in Eastern Market. As her fellow classmates from Northwestern High

How Businesses Decide How to Give Back

Volunteering is second nature to Candice Susak. “My parents got me involved very young,” she said. “Helping others was part of the culture of my family.” Now 30, the content and training implementor for Detroit-based Sachse

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