The SFO (San Francisco Airport) is a gateway facility for Asia travel. Unlike many such properties, SFO hasn’t had an on-site major hotel.
Batteries are more in demand for everything from electric vehicles to the power grid itself.
Plastics have gotten a bad rep in some quarters, but they are still depended upon to do multiple jobs around the home and industry.
Two reports point to some of the latest economic trends in the construction industry.
It’s not the bullet train southern Californians have been waiting for but a light rail that will connect stations along the Foothill Gold Line from Glendora to Montclair.
Big ships need big ports and tourist-friendly terminals. Ports are beyond the scope of a cruise line but terminals, they are another story.
Some things last, somethings don’t. Chicago’s 100-year old “L” train system has a long history of innovation, as it continuously evolves to improve efficiency and accessibility, serves as a connection between neighborhoods, and seem to be in the “last almost forever” category.
One of Connecticut’s rooftop solar installations is at the 500,000-sq.ft., Silicon Harbor office complex in Stamford’s Harbor Point.
Communications has become the buzz word of the century. From cellphones to Facebook pages, people are in almost constant contact—or at least trying to be in contact.
On Aug. 9, 2014, Michael Brown Jr., an 18-year-old African American man, was fatally shot in the city of Ferguson, Mo., a suburb of St. Louis. Protests, both peaceful and violent, continued for more than a week in Ferguson.