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Oklahoma, broke ground on a 60,000 sq ft greenfield plant.
After 10 years, $6 million and countless battles, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy broke ground Friday on the San Fernando Valley's ``gateway'' into Topanga State Park and the surrounding hills covered with walnut trees and sage.
today broke ground for its $35 million medium voltage cable plant in Heflin, Ala.
Goodyear broke ground for the project early in April, and should complete things by this summer.
Officials from the City of Richardson and executives from three respected real estate companies broke ground today on a mixed-use community that will transform a prime office corridor in Richardson into a live-work-play environment called Eastside.
Pantheon Properties, an entity of New York-based The Pantheon Companies and one of the leading developers of industrial, office, mixed-use and multi-family real estate projects, broke ground this week in Bayonne, New Jersey, on a more than-33,000 s/f expansion of Pantheon's existing warehouse facility on New Hook Road.
LANCASTER - With heavy equipment working as a backdrop, city officials and members of a pioneer family broke ground for a 68-acre park that will serve as the city's northern gateway and as a memorial to an early civic leader.
Shea Therapeutic Riding Center recently broke ground on a major renovation project of their entire south county riding center.
Hovnanian and Equity Residential, broke ground at ceremonies recently for two 500-foot, Manhattan-style residential skyscrapers to meet the growing demand for housing in the area.
Pole broke ground Wednesday on a $4 million, 100,000-square-foot manufacturing building, becoming the first company to commit to the Fairway Business Park.
Corning broke ground on the Taichung facility in July 2004 and expects to hold its official grand opening ceremony in January 2006.
Brooklyn College broke ground for a new $115 million West Quad designed by celebrated and award-winning architect, Rafael Vinoly.