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City Scoop: Hartford
Construction Starts Hartford, Conn.
TOTAL CONSTRUCTION Actual
2007
Actual
2008
Actual
2009
Forecast
2010
Forecast
2011
($ Millions)
$1,774 $1,433 $1,131
$1,045 $1,105
NON-RESIDENTIAL
Commercial & Manufacturing
Stores & Shopping Centers
Office & Bank Bldgs
Hotels & Motels
Other Commercial Buildings
Manufacturing Buildings
$888 $603 $579
$56 $21 $12
$89 $78 $54
$148 $70 $72
$29 $39 10
$102 $34 $77
$56 $21 $12
$484 $578
$6 $8
$50 $64
$45 $63
$6 $9
$52 $48
$6 $8
INSTITUTIONAL
Education Buildings
Healthcare Facilities
Other Institutional Buildings
$464 $361 $353
$336 $173 $191
$42 $139 $42
$85 $50 $120
$325 $387
$197 $254
$28 $38
$100 $94
RESIDENTIAL
Single Family
Multifamily
$527 $352 $286
$427 $277 $208
$100 $74 $78
$304 $376
$237 $290
$67 $86
TOTAL NONBUILDING
Highways & Bridges
Other Public Works
Environmental Public Works
Electric Utilities
$359 $478 $266
$121 $95 $103
$42 $52 $21
$90 $81 $141
$115 $250 $0
$257 $150
$62 $32
$20 $3
$159 $114
$17 $1

 

Total Picture  

 

Firms in Focus All-State Construction
449 Cooke St., Farmington, Conn.

President: Richard Pare Employees: 65 Founded: 1973

Warming Up: The firm is working as a subcontractor on the $27-million Hartford Water Pollution Control Facility Incinerator No. 3 Upgrades and Heat Recovery Facility project.

 

City Grill  

Donald Shubert President

Connecticut Construction Industries Association Contractors are keeping a close eye on the proposed New Britain- Hartford Busway project, Shubert says. The $567-million, 9.4-mile bus rapid transit corridor would include 11 transit stations and 16 bridges. The state estimates the project would create or retain 12,000 construction-related jobs. Design is complete, and the project is going through its final steps before construction can begin. Shubert says a 2011 groundbreaking is critical for local contractors. “If the project doesn’t go as scheduled, this year is a bust,” he says.

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