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Insteel Industries posts lower earnings
Insteel Industries said net earnings during its second fiscal quarter of 2014 were $3.5 million, down from $3.7 million a year ago.
That was despite an increase in sales of 10.3 percent to $91.4 million, and shipments that were up 12.8 percent. But average selling prices were down by 2.1 percent, squeezing margins.
For the first half of the fiscal year Insteel (NYSE: IIIN), which makes steel wire reinforcing products that are used mostly in concrete construction, has earned $6.3 million, up? Schueler Groups adds to construction leadership team
Bunnell Hill Construction Co. Inc., part of the Schueler Group of Cos., named Christopher Breda as vice president of business development.
Breda?s primary role is to lead the business development efforts for the construction division. He has more than 20 years of experience in real estate consultation, planning, design, development and construction.
?We are excited to have Chris join our Bunnell Hill team. He brings considerable experience and knowledge to the organization, and will play a? Four Seasons Baltimore condo addition won't extend the building to 44 stories...
Revived plans to construct condominiums above the Four Seasons Baltimore will not extend the building to the 44-story height initially envisioned by developers, but the structure will be similar to the original design.
Todd Harvey, a partner at Beatty Harvey Coco Architects LLP, the architecture firm on the project, said a scaled-back design is still being finalized for the Harbor East condos.
?They are looking at options for a project that?s going to range in size, but it will be smaller?
Like New, a Century Later
A restoration of this 1903 colonial revival-style home preserved original details, like brass hardware and silk-covered walls. De Blasio Vows Fixes for Sandy Aid
At least 500 New York City homes damaged by superstorm Sandy would be rebuilt and 500 reimbursement checks would be issued to storm victims by the end of this summer, under the mayor's new recovery plan. Affordable Housing Takes On a Different Look
With the scaffolding slowly coming down from a retrofitted P.S. 109, East Harlem residents are getting their first view at an affordable-housing project that stands in contrast to other such digs in the neighborhood.
Purchasing a home that is a greater distance from work may have a lower mortgage payment, but
you'd be surprised to learn what you will spend on fuel by driving to work. Try comparing a
home in-town to a less expensive home out-of-town & see the actual cost of commuting for yourself.