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QLI report: Construction continues to climb

Construction and land-use rates in the Pikes Peak region continued to climb gradually in 2012, illuminating signs of slow but increased growth and economic vitality in post-recession years. The 2013 Quality of Life Indicators for the Pikes Peak Region show that, among other things, the health of the built environment in Colorado Springs is steady… Continue Reading QLI report: Construction continues to climb

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CDOT helps state businesses in rebuilding roads

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The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has launched a website and a division that will help small businesses connect with contractors who are rebuilding state roads and bridges after this year’s flooding. Statewide, road and bridge damage totaled an estimated $450 million, said Amy Ford, CDOT spokeswoman. Because of the catastrophic nature of the incidents,… Continue Reading CDOT helps state businesses in rebuilding roads

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Local firm breaks ground in Castle Rock contract

The two concrete tilt-up structures will house the offices of entrepreneur Tim Dumler’s Larkspur-based Off the Chain LLC and are scheduled to be completed in June 2014, according to the release. Bryan Construction will also conduct all other work related to the Caprice Court site, including utilities, over-lot and landscaping. Documents from the Douglas County… Continue Reading Local firm breaks ground in Castle Rock contract

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National construction spending rises

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National construction spending rises

New construction totaled $885 billion nationally in February, up 1.2 percent from the  revised January level and 7.9 percent higher than a year ago, according to a recent report from the Associated General Contractors of America. “It is encouraging to see growth in both monthly and year-over-year totals in private residential and nonresidential construction spending,”… Continue Reading National construction spending rises

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Bryan ditches paper blueprints on projects

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Bryan ditches paper blueprints on projects

It’s a typical construction site scene: guys in hard hats huddled around a makeshift table looking over stacks of blueprints. Each subcontractor on the job has a set of those blueprints and the hundreds of pages of instructions and change orders that accompany them. Now, Bryan Construction is changing the scene. In two major projects,… Continue Reading Bryan ditches paper blueprints on projects

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Robert Meehan has been appointed president of Bryan International LLC, a subsidiary company of Bryan Construction Inc. He will lead a team in the Middle East working on multimillion construction projects for the Colorado Springs-based firm. In June 2011, Bryan Construction was named with a group of 13 other contractors as among those that could… Continue Reading Bryan Construction forms international subsidiary, names president

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When the Waldo Canyon fire raced down the ridgeline and into the Mountain Shadows neighborhood, homes were destroyed no matter what building materials were used. Houses with stucco siding, houses with redwood decks, cedar fencing, uneven irrigation and too many trees too close to the house — all went up in flames. In many cases,… Continue Reading Fire code updates mean changes for Mountain Shadows

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Home builders are emerging from the recession with some of the strongest sales and activity figures they’ve seen in years. Continue Reading Spike in new-home sales is welcome news for builders

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Phantom Canyon expanding, adding patio

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Phantom Canyon Brewing Company, at the corner of Pikes Peak and Cascade avenues, will begin construction next month on a two-story addition and outdoor patio on the north side of its building. Continue Reading Phantom Canyon expanding, adding patio

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The Defense Department has awarded a contract worth $9.9 million for construction of a new brigade headquarters at Fort Carson. The contract was awarded to Komada LLC of Colorado Springs. The project is expected to be finished by late July 2013. No other information was immediately available. The contract was announced last week.

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