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    Ridge Flats, By Onion Flats, Sets the Mark for Sustainable Development in the Philadelphia Area
    BY Jennifer R. Budd, Lane F. Kelman

    Two weeks ago, the Philadelphia Zoning Board approved the construction of Ridge Flats at 4300 Ridge Avenue in East Falls—a project proposed by developer and design-builder Onion Flats. The Project The five story building will provide 146 ...

    Jobs
    Green Jobs Account For 2.4% Of Employment In 2010
    BY Lori Wisniewski Azzara

    By: Lane Kelman and Lori Wisniewski Azzara In its first-ever survey of green goods and service jobs, the U.S. Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently reported that “green” jobs accounted for 2.4% of the nation’s total ...

    Jobs
    New $44M Cancer Center to Break Ground in Lancaster, PA

    By: Jennifer M. Horn On September 14th, Lancaster General Health (LGH) is set to break ground on the new Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Center. According to the press release from the LGH, the 70,000 square foot, $44 million center will, “bring ...

    Jobs
    Mid-Atlantic Construction Update

    Pennsylvania: PNC Financial Services Group (PNC) is moving its headquarters to Pittsburgh. PNC, which is the largest bank in Pennsylvania, plans to build a $400 million “green” office structure in downtown Pittsburgh, which will create ...

    Delaware
    Mid-Atlantic Construction Update: Looking Up?

    Is construction picking up throughout the Mid-Atlantic region? Here are just a few summaries of headlines for Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania Maryland: As of March 2011, construction projects in several Maryland counties continue to increase, ...

    Jobs
    New Jersey Announces $584M Plan to Renovate and Rebuild 10 Schools
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that 10 schools in the state will receive a total of $584 million through the Schools Development Authority (SDA) to rebuild and renovate existing space. In addition to the allocated money, $100 million ...

    Energy
    New Jersey Governor Signs Power Plant Bill and Tax Reimbursement for Revel Casino
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    Update: Christie Signs NJ Power Plant Bill New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law last Friday the controversial power plant bill (S-2381) that, among other things, is aimed to lower energy rates by increasing the energy generated ...

    Jobs
    Heated Debate over NJ Power-Plant Bill
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    A controversial bill, know as “LS Power Bill” has recently put New Jersey Governor Chris Christie under some pressure. The bill, A. 3442, is a reaction to regional power-grid operator PJM Interconnection’s (PJM) reliability pricing ...

    Infrastructure
    Transportation Becoming a Priority in PA and NJ

    On September 6, 2010, President Barack Obama proposed a six-year, $50 billion plan to rebuild the nation’s highways, railways and airport runways. Obama’s plan includes rebuilding 150,000 miles of roads, construction and maintenance of ...

    Jobs
    Four Seasons to Finish New $197M Hotel in Maryland

    The luxury hotel chain, the Four Seasons, has been building an 18-story, 256-room hotel in Harbor East, Baltimore for over a year now. Until now, they have not been able to fully finance the $197 million project. On Thursday, January 6, 2011, ...