Four large, venerable buildings sit at George Street and Springettsbury Avenue in York.Read More »
A high-ranking official at Manor Township-based Armstrong
World Industries Inc. today announced his intention to retire April 1.
York County’s G.A. & F.C. Wagman Inc. announced today
it is part of a partnership that won an approximately $560 million highway
construction contract in Maryland.
Changes are afoot at the Lebanon VA Medical Center.Read More »
The Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau is calling
for a three-year moratorium on the construction of hotels that don’t have
in-house food and beverage services in Dauphin County.
Harsco Infrastructure, a division of Wormleysburg-based
Harsco Corp., today received three
contracts worth a total of $1.5 million to provide concrete formwork for
construction projects in France,
Peru and Romania, according to the company.
Lancaster County-based Armstrong World Industries Inc.
recently signed a four-year partnership deal with Michigan-based Steelcase Inc.
to produce sound-reduction ceiling panels and canopies for offices.
A New Jersey-based development group is spending more than
$10 million to revitalize the former Freshwater apartments complex that starts
in the 2600 block of Green Street
While members of the Pennsylvania Builders Association and
National Association of Home Builders claim that smoke detectors are adequate
(see "Sprinkler law doesn't jibe with builders," Oct. 24 issue), that's simply
S. Dale High, chairman of Lancaster County's
The High Companies, has been appointed to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce board of
directors for 2009.