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Q4: Daan Braveman, president, Nazareth College of Rochester

Q: Last week, the board of directors of Nazareth College of Rochester voted to proceed with construction of a $30.5 million Integrated Center for Math and Science. What will be included in the facility? A: The 74,000-square-foot, LEED-certified building will ...

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Nazareth College OKs construction of $30.5M building

Nazareth College of Rochester is moving forward with the construction of a $30.5 million Integrated Center for Math and Science on its campus after board members voted to approve the project.

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UR moving forward on College Town plans

The University of Rochester has a developer in place and is moving on to the next phase of planning for a proposed college town along Mt. Hope Avenue, university officials said Tuesday.

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Capron Street Lofts near completion

A ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday marked the near-completion of the Capron Street Lofts, with the downtown condominiums scheduled to be ready for occupancy in November.

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Engineering Firms

Information was provided by individual firms in Monroe County that responded to an e-mail or fax survey; ranked by number of licensed engineers.

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Bustle at mall influences key retail, real estate decisions

Like most businessmen, Peter Psyllos will tell you the key to success is location, location, location. The president of the Distillery Franchising Corp. says location was the deciding factor in opening a Distillery restaurant across from Eastview Mall in Victor-its ...

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The man behind bringing down Midtown

  Martin Piecuch was hired by the Empire State Development Corp. with the demolition of Midtown Plaza in mind. Piecuch, 34, joined the ESDC in March as senior construction manager for the Finger Lakes Region. He is project manager for ...

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The future of music is here; gone are the 1970s

  A new media control room with state-of-the-art technologies is aimed at getting the music, performance and personality of Eastman School of Music out to the masses. Among the upcoming enhancements is the ability to stream high-definition video online. "People ...

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Area design firms rise in rankings

Two Rochester-based firms raised their rankings on New York Construction magazine’s annual ranking of the top design firms doing business in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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Delays end for $33M project

The long-delayed start of St. John’s Home’s $33 million Brickstone development took place this week. The project had been held back some 18 months by the U.S. and global financial system’s woes, an ensuing credit crunch and an economy mired ...

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Construction contracts soar in September

September contracts for future construction in the Rochester area increased 84 percent from last year—from $42 million to $77.6 million, the Research and Analytics unit of McGraw-Hill Construction reported Tuesday.

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