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Massive High-Rise Project Finds Room to Grow in LA

May 2nd, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Every project encounters both expected and unanticipated challenges: holidays, rain days, wind days. When planning the Oceanwide Plaza mixed-use development in Los Angeles, the project team had to consider “Adele days.” The $1-billion-plus project comprises nearly 1.5 million sq ft of development surrounded by some of downtown L.A’.s busiest streets and sidewalks. Every day, thousands […]

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How to Avoid the ​Biggest IT Mistakes Businesses Make With Their Office Moves

March 16th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Moving to a new space is a pain. While I have only had to endure a few of these projects personally, I’ve worked with dozens upon dozens of businesses as they’ve moved into, across, or out of the Washington, D.C. metro area. And there’s one huge, expensive, stressful mistake that I’ve seen organizations make over […]

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Tesla Leases 2 More Office Buildings in Fremont, With Room for Hundreds of Employees

March 16th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Luxury electric carmaker Tesla is leasing and renovating a pair of office buildings in Fremont that could eventually house more than a thousand employees, the San Jose Mercury News reports. The two offices at 6900 Dumbarton Circle total a little over 229,000 square feet and are owned by real estate development company Peery Arrillaga. The […]

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West Michigan Manufacturing

March 16th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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The Grand Rapids region is home to industry leaders in applied technology, sustainable practices, and industrial design. The region has some of the nation’s largest industry concentrations in metals, plastics, biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, production technology, automotive, office furniture, and food processing. With approximately four out of five manufacturers having less than 250 employees, West Michigan […]

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We Need More Skills, Not More Jobs

March 16th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By TRIP GABRIEL A common experience after writing an article is that once it’s published, people come out of the woodwork to tell you things you wish you had known. It doesn’t matter that you spent weeks reporting in the first place. Usually these readers reach a reporter by email or in the online comments. […]

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From Car Parts to Chemicals, the Manufacturing Sector is Responsible For a Fifth of Michigan’s Output

March 16th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Violet Ikonomova We couldn’t do a guide chronicling all of the cool things made in Michigan without taking a page to talk about the state’s biggest economic driver: the manufacturing sector. Sure, Michigan ­— and the United States overall — is not the manufacturing powerhouse it once was, largely due to a drop in […]

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Michigan Remains No. 1 in Auto Manufacturing

March 16th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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BY JULIE MACK The good news: Michigan is still No. 1 when it comes to auto manufacturing. Michigan is home to one of five U.S. auto-manufacturing jobs. In fact, Wayne County alone has more auto-manufacturing jobs than any state except Kentucky, according to the most recent data from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. Michigan […]

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Michigan’s Manufacturing Past is Fueling its Tech Future

March 15th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Michigan’s struggles have played out on the world’s stage. Just after the turn of the century began what’s referred to as the state’s lost decade; the economy faltered, oil prices skyrocketed and the housing market crashed. Nearly a million jobs left the state between 2000 and 2013, many of them in manufacturing and the automotive […]

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Here’s a Map of the Michigan Construction Projects in 2018

March 15th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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With spring on the horizon and summer following, construction season in Michigan will soon be underway and MDOT has released a list of all construction projects across metro Detroit and the state. You can check out the map by clicking here, or below, but there are several high-impact projects on the map. Those high-impact projects […]

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Home Depot to Donate $50M to Train Construction Workers

March 15th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Home Depot announced Thursday that it will donate $50 million to train 20,000 people as construction workers over the next decade, helping efforts to ease a dire shortage that’s curtailing home building and driving up house prices. The Home Builders Institute, the industry’s education arm, will use the money from the Home Depot Foundation to […]

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