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4/23/2014
How the energy industry is draining Austin's pool of blue-collar workers
The technology industry isn’t the only sector in Austin struggling to find workers. Construction companies and contractors are also fighting hard to keep their employees in the midst of a construction boom. Here’s what Travis Brown, partner at Allensworth and Porter LLP, had to say about the labor shortage and its effect on the construction industry in an interview with Austin Business Journal.
Austin Business Journal - by Robert Grattan of Bizjournals
4/23/2014
Walgreens to open store across rival Longs Drugs in Downtown Honolulu this fall
Walgreens plans to open its 19th store in Hawaii in Downtown Honolulu this fall right across from its biggest rival, CVS-owned Longs Drugs, a spokesman for the nation’s largest drugstore chain told PBN.
Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - by Duane Shimogawa of Bizjournals
4/23/2014
Clark, Manhattan, Hensel Phelps among firms prequalified to build MGM National Harbor
Back in mid-March, I reported the names of several major contractors that may be in the running to build the $925 million MGM National Harbor. The list of prequalified firms is now public, and that earlier rundown turns out to be a pretty solid accounting of which companies have been selected to compete for general contractor duties for the casino complex.
Washington Business Journal - by Michael Neibauer of Bizjournals
4/22/2014
In race for CBS Radio, Prince George's County couldn't meet D.C.'s offer
Prince George’s County tried to hold onto CBS Radio, but Lanham doesn't have the lure of Capitol Riverfront and nearby Nationals Park.
Washington Business Journal - by Michael Neibauer of Bizjournals
4/22/2014
Does Loudoun really prefer 50 more years of blasting rock over mixed-use development near Metro? Apparently so
A bid to redevelop the 225-acre Chantilly Crushed Stone quarry, located less than a mile from a planned Metro station, into a mixed-use community anchored by a 54-acre lake, thousands of residences and 4 million square feet of nonresidential uses has run into a massive obstacle: Loudoun's land use policies simply do not appear to allow such a project.
Washington Business Journal - by Michael Neibauer of Bizjournals
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