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When Peter Crump and Matt Dempsey became business partners at Providence-based general-contracting firm Site Specific LLC back in 2007, the duo worked out of a basement with three employees for six months. Over the past seven years, things have certainly changed. more
When the Great Recession gripped Rhode Island, many companies were shrinking, laying off staff and cutting back. more
David A. Sluter says he developed a work ethic as a youth when he milked cows, shoveled manure, raked hay and completed other tasks on dairy farms in small towns in western Massachusetts. more
From its humble beginnings as a portable sawmill operation back in 1911, South Kingstown-based and family-owned Arnold Lumber Co. has grown into a $60 million operation boasting nearly 200 employees, four lumberyards, a masonry division, a kitchen center, a door shop, construction-lending division and a specialty commercial window division – Seaside Casual Furniture, which manufactures and distributes premium outdoor furniture throughout the United States and beyond. more
Having spent the better part of the 1980s working on nuclear power plants, structural engineer Patricia Steere made a career switch to bridge engineering and joined a Providence-based engineering firm. more
At more than 80 years old, Dimeo Construction Co.’s presence can be felt throughout New England, including in some of Rhode Island’s most high-profile projects. more
With work including specialty engineering, plant construction, laboratory testing and 24/7 emergency response, Thielsch Engineering Inc. has a vast and varied portfolio. more
Real estate lawyers hoping to help clients steer clear of avoidable headaches can turn to free seminars taught by the team at DiPrete Engineering Associates Inc. The topic: “What an Attorney Needs to Know about Land Survey.” more
For sale: three-bedroom contemporary, like new, with ocean views and a fascinating legal history. Now in its second location. more
The U.S. construction market will grow significantly over the next 18 months, with spending increasing 7 percent in 2015, Gilbane Building Co. estimates in a report issued Wednesday. more
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