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Clark, Manhattan, Hensel Phelps among firms prequalified to build MGM National Harbor
Back in mid-March, I reported the names of several major contractors that may be in the running to build the $925 million MGM National Harbor. The list of prequalified firms is now public, and that earlier rundown turns out to be a pretty solid accounting of which companies have been selected to compete for general contractor duties for the casino complex. For the most part, they are who you'd think they'd be: Clark Construction Group LLC/Gilford Corp./Essex Construction LLC Joint Venture Hensel…
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AmSurg blames winter storms for earnings drop
AmSurg Corp.'s (Nasdaq: AMSG) earnings were down about 1.6 percent in the first quarter compared to the same period a year ago, the company reported Tuesday. Earnings were $17.5 million, or 55 cents per share, on revenue of $263.1 million. Analysts, on average, had estimated earnings of 55 cents per share on revenue of $271.2 million, according to Thomson Reuters. “AmSurg’s results for the first quarter of 2014, which reflected a 2 percent decline in same-center revenue, were affected materially…
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Franklin rejects The Rock baseball stadium proposal
Franklin's Common Council on Tuesday unanimously rejected a proposal to help fund a new baseball stadium at The Rock Sports Complex, citing "multiple unknowns" in the overall plan. The rejection leaves the fate of a proposed $10.5 million Frontier League baseball stadium in question. The Rock CEO Mike Zimmerman had asked the city to create a tax incremental financing district to finance the stadium, saying it would be a catalyst for $100 million in other private development on surrounding land. The…
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Large West Oahu solar farm contract terminated
Keahole Solar Power, which was once part of Sopogy Inc. — the solar energy company founded by Darren Kimura  that recently shut down— has canceled its power purchase agreement with Hawaiian Electric Co. for a 5-megawatt solar farm in West Oahu, the state’s largest electric utility confirmed to Pacific Business News. Peter Rosegg, a spokesman for Hawaiian Electric, told PBN that by mutual agreement, the Kalaeloa Solar One project power purchase agreement was terminated in February. “The…
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6.5 million reasons Quail Hollow Club looks much different
Spending $6.5 million may not move mountains, but it does move 90,000 yards of dirt, smooth out mammoth fairway ridges and replace all of the putting greens in a mere 105 days of work. Quail Hollow Club president Johnny Harris, embarrassed by splotchy greens during the 2013  Wells Fargo Championship, converted his beloved course to Bermuda grass greens while accelerating an overhaul planned for 2016 to usher in the PGA Championship. On Tuesday, Harris zipped from fairways to tee boxes and over…
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Walgreens to open store across rival Longs Drugs in Downtown Honolulu this fall
Walgreens plans to open its 19th store in Hawaii in Downtown Honolulu this fall right across from its biggest rival, CVS-owned Longs Drugs, a spokesman for the nation’s largest drugstore chain told PBN. The new 7,750-square-foot ground level store at 116 S. Hotel St., which is known as the Palm Union Plaza and once was occupied by a Price Busters, will be similar to some of Walgreens’ stores found in central business districts in cities like San Francisco. “We think Hotel Street will serve…
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How the energy industry is draining Austin's pool of blue-collar workers
The technology industry isn’t the only sector in Austin struggling to find workers. Construction companies and contractors are also fighting hard to keep their employees in the midst of a construction boom. Here’s what Travis Brown, partner at Allensworth and Porter LLP, had to say about the labor shortage and its effect on the construction industry in an interview with Austin Business Journal. ABJ: What kind of industries are attracting workers who have traditionally been drawn to construction?  Brown:…
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ABI expansion includes commitment to WSU's Innovation Campus
The announcement late Tuesday that the ABI Group of Companies is expanding its manufacturing operations to the Newton City/County Airport wasn’t the company's only expansion news of the day. It was also announced that ABI will become part of the Innovation Campus at Wichita State University. ABI, which is building a 20,000-square-foot manufacturing plant and hangar in Newton, will use the facility to produce a next-generation aerospace coating associated with chemical milling. In addition, the…
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ABI expansion a win for Newton’s industrial push
The announcement late Tuesday that ABI Group of Companies is expanding its manufacturing footprint with a new facility at the Newton City/County Airport signaled some new momentum in the city and Harvey County's push to attract new industrial business. The project, which will see the construction of a 20,000-square-foot manufacturing plant and hangar, along with 18 new jobs initially, was a true collaboration, says Mickey Fornaro-Dean, Executive Director of the Harvey County Economic Development…
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Austin Mahone, online teen pop star, signs with ShowMobile app
ShowMobile, the online media app for tweens and teens, has landed 17-year-old singer and streaming video star Austin Mahone as a marquee draw. If your reaction is “Austin who?” you’re likely not a pre-teen or young teenage girl. For Denver-based ShowMobile, Mahone’s signing as a big deal. Mahone’s soon-to-be-released “The Secret” album is the most pre-ordered offering on iTunes right now, and he’s about to launch an international tour promoting it. The singer’s got 1.1 million…
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