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Since its founding in 1990, Breaking Ground has introduced groundbreaking solutions to homelessness - including being a pioneer in the Housing First movement, managing the largest permanent supportive housing residence in the country, and championing great architecture and design for low-income housing.
What an honor to be recognized by the USGBC-NF for our work in sustainability and our commitment to high-performance building using environmentally conscious practices, said Breaking Ground Contracting President Mary Tappouni, who was also recently recognized by Gov.
We've been considering building this plant for a number of years and today, breaking ground in Alabama, we're seeing that dream become a reality.
Today, we are breaking ground not only on a factory, but on the Commonwealth's clean energy future.
Breaking ground are 69 one-family homes, 29 two-family homes and 19 three-family homes for a total of 241,000 square feet in 117 buildings with 184 individual households.
1) Breaking ground for the new Antelope Valley Kidney Institute are from left: Larry Grooms, field representative for Assemblywoman Sharon Runner; nurse practitioner Linda Plush, Dr.
Breaking ground on the 360 acre Carleton facility, a $200 million project, continues Altra's current phase of its strategic plan to build 500 million gallons per year (MMGY) of biofuel production capacity across the nation through the acquisition and enhancement of existing operating assets as well as the development of strategically located and permitted sites with state-of-the-art biofuel refining technology.