Broad strength in the construction market is keeping local trades workers employed and leading to a backlog of work for contractors in some areas.
It's a familiar story. A construction company is doing work in the neighborhood when a disaster occurs. The company gets blamed for contributing to the problem. An investigation ensues. Only this time, the company doesn't wait for the investigation.
HAMMOND | Dozens of pizzas brought in by the owners of Hasse Construction helped create an atmosphere for open discussions Friday on the 6600 block of California Avenue.
The mammoth BP refinery expansion in Whiting is winding down, but contractors are hopeful the local construction industry will stay afloat.
MERRILLVILLE | Consumers have started to feel confident enough to buy big-ticket items again, including cars and homes, but Northwest Indiana business leaders remain concerned about jobs.
PORTAGE | It will be close, but an elevator should be installed in the community center by the time of this year's Senior Health Fair May 2.
VALPARAISO | Three contracts totaling more than $200,000 were approved Thursday by Valparaiso's Board of Public Works and Safety.
VALPARAISO | It was a mixed bag of bids the city opened at Thursday's meeting of the board of public works and safety.
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