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Pittsburgh Construction Forecast

by Jeff Burd / Tall Timber Group I got several calls from local news outlets within the last 10 days following McGraw-Hill’s press release showing $38 million in new construction contracts in February, a huge drop from last year’s $70 million or some such thing. Like many in the industry I have been puzzled at [...]


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Young Constructors Annual Holiday Party Benefiting Toys for Tots and the Mario Lemieux Foundation

        Wednesday, December 12, 2012 – 6:00 pm – Hard Rock Cafe, Station Square Ring in the holiday season with the Young Constructors, featuring entertainment by The Johnny Bravos! All attendees are asked to bring an unwrapped gift (approximately $20 value) for Toys for Tots as their admission ticket – which includes [...]


MBA Young Constructors Turns 10

The MBA Young Constructors has been assisting with the development of future construction industry leaders in the Pittsburgh region for a decade. Since 2002, many MBA members have benefited from the educational offerings and community service projects of the YC. To celebrate their 10th anniversary, the YC will host a fun-filled afternoon for the entire family [...]

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West Liberty University Breaks Ground on Campbell Hall 1

Good to Great is not only the compelling title of Jim Collins’ international bestseller. Today, it’s the mantra of West Liberty University’s campaign for expansion. Voiced by University President Robin C. Capehart, “On July 2, 2007, we began a journey – a journey focused on transforming the institution from a good college to a great [...]


Meet: Monica 1

The newest face in Nello’s bid room brings a cheerful attitude and a strong accent. No, it’s not New Jersey. Actually, it’s Brazilian. Hailing from Curitiba, the capital and largest city in the Brazilian state of Paraná, Monica Brown began calling Pittsburgh ‘home’ in 2008. Brown traveled to the United States originally to become fluent [...]

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