This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in Connecticut, benefiting the state’s economy, workforce, and businesses. The list is made up of 41 companies split into two categories: 24 small/medium-sized companies and 17 large-sized companies.
C.G.S. 8-30G is a law in Connecticut that governs affordable housing land use appeals. It provides an exception to the standard land use approval process. Unless a Town finds substantial proof that if built, the project will have a significant impact on the health, safety or welfare of residents – the project must be approved. In most cases, conformance to zoning regulations for parking, setbacks and other standards are typically not required. Unless a town has sufficient affordable housing, it is subject to this burden.
Over the past 3 years, CME’s Chief Technical Officer, Michael “Pete” Culmo has been serving as the Principal Investigator on two national research projects regarding Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC).
Both research projects were administered by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program. The entire program is administered by the Transportation Research Board.