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Texas A&M to Build New $15 Million Dining Facility

The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has recently approved the construction of a new dining facility for its west campus. The $15 million facility will include seating for up to 470 people and will feature both indoor and outdoor space. Construction on the new dining facility is expected to be completed in 2021.

Sturgeon Unveils $60 Million Office Project in Portland

Sturgeon Development Partners, a Portland-based real estate development firm, has unveiled plans to build a new office project in Portland’s Central Eastside neighborhood. The project, dubbed Flatworks, will feature a total of 146,000 square-feet split between 130,000 square-feet of office space and a16,000 square-feet of retail space. The project, which is slated for delivery in 2022, will cost $60 million to build.


Mississippi Airport to File for $400,000 Grant

McComb-Pike County Airport, a regional airport in Mississippi, has taken important preliminary steps towards getting a grant from the Mississippi Department of Transportation to build an enclosed hangar. The project, which is expected to cost $400,000 to build, is being pursued with the notion that having upgraded airplane storage capabilities will attract more clientele to rent space with the airport.


Town in Connecticut Proceeding with Public Infrastructure Projects

A number of major infrastructure projects are continuing construction in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in the town of Cromwell, Conn. Among them include a 95-stall public parking lot which is nearly complete, as well as a 38,700 square-foot combination highway department / water pollution control authority building. That building will be used to provide storage space to the various vehicles used by the Public Works Department.

Town in Connecticut to Vote on Building Elementary School

The Board of Education of the City of Norwalk, Conn. is going to vote on two school construction projects: a $40 million new elementary and preschool, and a $2.1 million expansion of an existing elementary school. Getting the vote of approval for the construction of a new elementary school will depend on the board’s confidence in its ability to stay below the 62,000 square-foot maximum required for the state to reimburse a city for.


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