LeChase Construction Services announced several staff changes, promoting Kevin Dooley to senior project manager and Barbara S. Sauer to corporate controller, and adding Scott Baker as project superintendent, all in the Rochester office. Dooley joined LeChase in 2004 as a ...Read More »
Officials from Midtown Tower LLC Tuesday received a ceremonial big check from Rochester Gas & Electric. The $500,000 grant will support electric infrastructure improvements made during the $59 million renovation of the 17-floor, 408,904-square-foot Tower at Midtown, 280 E. Broad ...
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NOHMs Technologies Inc. is the recipient of a $1.64 million federal-private contract that will speed development of advance electric vehicle batteries and improve performance, affordability, and safety. NOHMs, with support from the US Department of Energy and the US Advanced ...Read More »
Credit unions are increasing their mortgage lending, boosted by growing awareness and demand, increased lending staff, new regulations regarding counseling and highly competitive rates. A report issued by TransUnion indicated credit unions provided 11 percent of U.S. mortgage originations for ...Read More »
The Greater Rochester Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction will celebrate its 30th year in Rochester with a dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Rochester Yacht Club. NAWIC has been helping women since 1953 take advantage ...Read More »
The Largo Group of Companies, Buffalo’s largest privately owned commercial mortgage banking firm, secured $23.3 million in financing for a portfolio of eight office/flex buildings totaling 212,295 square feet in Buffalo. The properties are situated in Niagara Falls and Wheatfield ...Read More »
Manning Squires Hennig has spent its summer in school. The Batavia-based commercial contractor was awarded a renovation project by the Rochester City School District for James Monroe High School at 164 Alexander St. Work began in July and is expected ...Read More »
A historic department store in downtown Rochester will soon house high-tech business start-ups as part of an effort to revitalize the area’s economy. State officials announced Wednesday the start of the $24 million project at the Sibley building. The sixth ...
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