Charlotte Douglas International Airport is advertising for bids on various construction projects. The airport is seeking companies for project management and administration, inspections, and interior renovations at an office and warehouse facility. For information, see http://bit.ly/1JM56HO. Some $1 billion in ...Read More »
CapRidge Partners has purchased Carmel Park, a two-building office complex on Carmel Commons Boulevard in south Charlotte. The deal marks the Austin-based real estate investment and management company’s entrance into the Charlotte market. According to leasing agent Trinity Partners, CapRidge ...
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The Carolinas Associated General Contractors has inked a deal with the state’s NCWorks division of apprenticeship and Central Piedmont Community College to provide basic construction trades education. The pre-apprenticeship agreement is thought to be the first of its kind for ...
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Hendrick Construction Inc. has broken ground on the 82-unit Cedar Flats, an uptown apartment development. The complex, at 225 N. Cedar St., will offer a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom floorplans with vinyl plank flooring and stainless-steel appliances. ...
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Charlotte restaurateur Jim Noble is looking for space in the Hidden Valley area to locate an outreach center for those who are homeless or otherwise marginalized. Noble, who also is a pastor and chef, is launching the Charlotte Mecklenburg Dream ...Read More »
Members of the North Carolina Plumbing and Mechanical Association voted to change the organization’s name to the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of North Carolina Inc. “With our merger four years ago, we became an organization of new ideas, fresh outlooks, and a ...Read More »
NEW YORK – Albemarle is moving its corporate headquarters and performance chemicals business from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Charlotte. The specialty chemicals company said that it’s also moving workers at its refining solutions business in Baton Rouge to an existing ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – The town on Monday swore in George Fossett, president of The Construction Institute, to the Board of Commissioners to replace Joe Pata, who resigned July 29 after being arrested on a domestic violence charge. Fossett previously served on ...Read More »