Philadelphia builders get extra time to stop work

The Philadelphia Department of Licenses and Inspections has extended the deadline to comply with a statewide construction cessation order to Friday, March 27, at 5 p.m. Read the KYW-TV story here

Posted in News |
Cuomo: Construction can continue in N.Y.

New York Govenor Andrew Cuomo's executive order deems construction essential and allows work to continue at full capacity. Read the Bisnow/New York story here

Posted in News |
Illinois exempts construction from stay-at-home order

Construction sites in Illinois are exempted from the governor's statewide order for most residents to remain in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic. Construction falls under the category of "essential infrastructure," while critical trades are exempted separately. Read the Engineering News-Record story here

Posted in News |
Inglewood, California mayor defends stadium construction

Mandates from California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles County officials exempt construction on a new stadium for the Chargers and Rams, according to Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr.'s interpretation of the rules. Nonessential workers are teleworking, and contractor Turner AECOM Hunt has taken steps to increase cleaning frequency and to reduce worker density, project officials said. Read the Los Angeles Times story here

Posted in News |
Cuomo: Construction can continue in N.Y.

New York Govenor Andrew Cuomo's executive order deems construction essential and allows work to continue at full capacity. Read the Bisnow/New York story here

Posted in News |
Illinois exempts construction from stay-at-home order

Construction sites in Illinois are exempted from the governor's statewide order for most residents to remain in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic. Construction falls under the category of "essential infrastructure," while critical trades are exempted separately. Read the Engineering News-Record story here

Posted in News |
Historical buildings figure in proposed D.C. hotel

The latest boutique hotel proposed in the District is a 104-room property on a largely empty lot in the middle of a slew of development on the southern end of Ninth Street NW in Shaw. Read The Business Journals story here

Posted in News |
Hot Baltimore neighborhood hosts alternative hotel

Next up for the fast-growing Old Goucher neighborhood: an affordable place for visitors to stay. Read The Business Journals story here

Posted in News |
Las Vegas office construction is on the upswing

At least four high-end office projects are in planning stages for Las Vegas as the market continues to improve after the recession. The speculative projects would offer about 900,000 square feet in the southwest valley, where vacancy rates are declining. Read the Las Vegas Review-Journal story here

Posted in News |
KAI Build, HBD complete Fairfield Inn & Suites in downtown St. Louis

The KAI Build/HBD Construction team has completed one of the first ground-up Marriott select service hotels in Downtown St. Louis in decades—Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott. Located on the former site of iconic Harry’s Restaurant & Bar at 22nd and Market streets, the new hotel officially opened in February. St. Louis-based Equis Hotels was the developer on the $20 million hotel and parking garage project with Chiodini Architects of St. Louis providing its design and Peak Construction Group serving as the construction manager. KAI Build/HBD Construction served as the general contractor.

Posted in News |
Questions - we're here to help
F&J Publications, LLC
P.O. Box 3908
Suwanee, GA 30024
P. 678.765.6550
F. 678.765.6551