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County OK’s $317.7 million in capital expenditures through fiscal 2018 (access required)

CHARLOTTE – The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners gave final approval Tuesday night for $317.7 million in capital projects that were initially presented to the board last summer. The capital outlays, some of which will be paid out as late ...

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Renovation Report: N.C. may consider bonds to shrink renovation funding gap (access required)

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It’s been almost a decade and a half since state agencies and community colleges got any bond money from the state to fund repairs and renovations to existing buildings. In that time, those buildings have accumulated a multi-billion-dollar backlog in ...

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B.D. Rodgers remembered for generous spirit (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – An unassuming giant in Charlotte’s construction industry died last week, but Bonar Day Rodgers’ enduring impact will continue to be measured by the towering work that helps define the city. And, clients, business associates and competitors say, by ...

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Renovation Report: Central Piedmont Community College Giles Science Building (access required)

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CHARLOTTE — For the past several years, science students at Central Piedmont Community College have often had trouble completing required courses in a timely manner. The backup in sciences wasn’t the result of a lack of science professors or quality ...

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Carolinas AGC names its 2014 leadership team (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The Carolinas branch of the Associated General Contractors, an organization that represents contractors and construction-related firms in the Carolinas, has named its board of directors, division leaders and board of trustees for 2014. The officers will be installed ...

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Renovation Report: Central Piedmont Community College (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a $210 million bonds package for Central Piedmont Community College. The hefty sum of money will go a long way in adding classroom space and accommodating increasing enrollment, said Kathy Drumm, ...

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Central Piedmont to expand HVAC program on Harper Campus (access required)

Central Piedmont Community College is working with Dublin-based Trane and the National Coalition of Certification Centers to establish an HVAC Center of Excellence at the school's Harper Campus, off Hebron Street in southwest Charlotte.

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Panelists outline challenges, opportunities for women in business (access required)

While the federal government shutdown is not having a direct impact on Charlotte businesses, it is creating uncertainty in the business community, according to panelists at The Mecklenburg Times Women’s Business Breakfast Forum. “With the shutdown and debate about the debt ceiling, people are waiting to make decisions,” said Natalie Haskins English, senior vice president of public policy for the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.

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Crisis in craftsmen: Construction activity is up again, but the industry faces another, more troubling dilemma (access required)

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Construction industry insiders now rushing to determine how best to cope with a labor shortage and its primary cause: Young people largely aren’t interested in joining the trades. Contractors are struggling to find skilled labor, a trend that could hinder future construction work.

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