The Alameda naval air station has been demolished and groundwork has been laid for commercial and retail space, as well as a multimodal transportation hub featuring ferry service to San Francisco.
That doesn’t include the costs of ridding the downtown site of arsenic, which was found in the soil and groundwater during an environmental assessment.
Norwalk Harbor Keeper maintains that a fixed rail bridge would be cheaper, less environmentally taxing and quicker to build than the movable one.
As we grow more comfortable with payment innovations in our personal lives, and more expectant of the benefits they provide, it’s time for the corporate entities we comprise to follow suit.
At least 40 Michigan companies are working on the five-year project, and Bridging North America plans to solicit bids for at least 10 to 15 more contracts in the next month.
Of the more than 11,200 U.S. projects GlobalData tracks, California by far leads with $524.6 billion in the works, followed by Texas, New York and Florida.
These up-and-coming companies are riding a wave of investor enthusiasm — and cash — in all things contech.
Contracting firms run by minorities, women and other disadvantaged groups can reap the benefits of unique opportunities if they follow a few simple steps.