With residential construction on the rise, what do construction trends mean for the New York City economy? And how are women leading this once male-dominated industry? Listen to the podcast to find out!
Three winners, D-Shape, Andrew Rella, and John Sheridan of The Sheridan Corporation, will be awarded a total of $90,000 for their selected ideas to provide innovative and cost-saving solutions for completing marine construction projects and maintaining waterfront infrastructure in New York City.
NYCEDC is now accepting applications for the second class of Blueprint to Success, our innovative contractor management program that guides M/W/DBE construction businesses in developing and growing their firms to attain opportunities in public sector contracting.
Blueprint to Success, NYCEDC’s innovative new executive development program for minority, women and disadvantaged business enterprises (M/W/DBE) in the construction industry, graduated its first class of businesses!
NYCEDC in collaboration with the Hudson River Park Trust is seeking proposals that will change the course of waterfront construction and help the City of New York build and maintain waterfront infrastructure in a more cost effective and sustainable manner.