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Solar energy construction leads to growth for LaBella (access required)

As New York continues a statewide push for the creation of more clean energy, LaBella Associates is experiencing strong growth in the renewable energy sector. A focus on solar construction by LaBella’s renewable energy group has led to a significant ...

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Home Leasing to bring affordable housing to Hickey Freeman building (access required)

The four-story Hickey Freeman building, one of the most iconic manufacturing sites in Rochester, will be undergoing a $70 million transformation, with two-thirds of the sprawling facility turned into affordable senior housing. Under plans expected to be finalized in the ...

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Fortune/Great Place To Work honor First American, ESL, LaBella (access required)

First American Equipment Finance, ESL Federal Credit Union and LaBella Associates were again named to the Fortune Best Small & Medium Workplaces by Great Place To Work. Fairport-based First American Equipment Finance ranks No. 18 on the 2021 list for ...

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City seeks consultant to reimagine Erie Canal aqueduct (access required)

With the ROC the Riverway waterfront revitalization initiative well underway, the city of Rochester now is seeking a consultant to provide preliminary design services for transformation of the Erie Canal aqueduct on Broad Street. The aqueduct once carried the Erie ...

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SWBR receives Zweig Group marketing excellence award (access required)

SWBR has been recognized in the Zweig Group annual awards, winning a 2021 Marketing Excellence Award in the website category for its in-house “The Hub.” The awards honor “outstanding and effective marketing” in the architecture, engineering and consulting industry. The “Hub” ...

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AIA Rochester awards scholarships to nine area students (access required)

Nine area high school and college students were recipients of merit-based scholarships awarded by the Rochester chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Rochester) and The Architectural Foundation of Greater Rochester (AFGR). Scholarships totaling $17,000 were awarded thanks to ...

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Residential market booming in downtown Rochester (access required)

When Heidi Zimmer-Meyer looks out of her office window on Chestnut Street, she can see five or six buildings under construction out her window. Zimmer-Meyer, president of the Rochester Downtown Development Corporation, says that since 2000, 5,200 people have moved ...

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Construction begins on new cafe at Seneca Park Zoo (access required)

Construction on the Trailside Cafe at Seneca Park Zoo is underway, the latest step in the zoo’s master plan. The two-level, 9,000-square-foot eatery will replace the existing Eagle’s Landing food option and will comfortably fit 40. The space will also ...

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Holliday’s gift will create event space at Saunders College of Business (access required)

Susan Riedman Holliday, former president, publisher and owner of the Rochester Business Journal, has donated $1.25 million to Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology for the creation of a fourth-floor signature event space. Holliday, vice chair of ...

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Viridi Parente partners with Li-Cycle on battery recycling (access required)

Viridi Parente, Inc., a developer of innovative battery technology, has shipped its initial batch of batteries to Rochester’s Li-Cycle Corp., an industry leader in lithium-ion battery resource recovery and the leading lithium-ion battery recycler in North America. By recycling 100 ...

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