Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home / Industry / Construction

Construction

LandPro breaks ground on new Batavia location (access required)

LandPro Equipment broke ground Tuesday on a new facility in Batavia that will house the firm’s agricultural, commercial, construction and homeowner sales and service operations in Genesee County. The company, headquartered in the Chautauqua County village of Falconer, is building ...

Read More »

Second Donuts Delite opening draws near after supply-chain, labor delays (access required)

It’s perhaps one of the longest lasting Coming Soon billboards ever erected. Donuts Delite bought advertising space at the corner of West Ridge Road and Dewey Avenue in June to trumpet the impending arrival of a second location. Founder Sam ...

Read More »

Revamped BayTowne Wine & Spirits offers customer-focused experience (access required)

BayTowne Wine & Spirits unveiled a new, larger store last weekend that is focused on customer experiences and education. The 10,000-square-foot wine and spirits’ superstore is still in BayTowne Plaza, which is owned by the DiMarco Group, but is in ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

AeroSafe Global tops local firms on Inc. 5000 list (access required)

AeroSafe Global, whose cold-chain shipping expertise enabled a more rapid global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, heads the list of a dozen local firms named to the annual Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in America. Rochester-based AeroSafe Global ...

Read More »

Elm Ridge Center reborn thanks to Wegman Cos. Inc. (access required)

As Jay Wegman would pull into Elmridge Center on his way to Red Fedele’s Brook House in recent years, he’d gaze at what once was a vibrant shopping plaza and wonder if there could ever be a revival. A quick-trip ...

Read More »

State makes available funding for all-electric affordable housing (access required)

Two state agencies are making $7.5 million in funding available for a new clean energy initiative, designed to create up to 600 energy-efficient, all-electric affordable housing units. The pilot program, a collaboration between New York State Homes and Community Renewal and ...

Read More »

Creative bidding, work-from-home space now housing market norms (access required)

Which space could become the home office, can more cash be accessed if the bidding takes off and are you willing to accommodate post-sale needs of the seller have become common topics of discussions between homebuyer and Realtor as the ...

Read More »