The 50-year-old local firm is now part of TRC Cos., a Connecticut-based engineering and construction management firm with 150 offices.
Amanda Seibert’s Nest Builders has started construction on the first of the new homes on an edge of Union Hill, and Bryan Traylor’s Unlimited Renovations has secured approval to put up a three-story building.
Work on a community plan for the neighborhood is coinciding with a related study that’s weighing options for improving connections across Interstate 64-95.
Renovations to the wound-down assisted living wing remain underway, though the largest capital improvement planned for the senior living complex has yet to break ground.
The recently retired executive embarks this weekend on a solo 4,500-mile “bikepacking” adventure to raise awareness and funds for a Richmond nonprofit.
The area’s three biggest builders maintained their grip on the annual rankings’ top spots, though a closer look at the numbers shows some changes going on.
Seven of the homes would be market-rate and front M Street on the property’s north side, while the two remaining homes would front 26th Street and would be sold as lower-income units.
As Richmond officials prepare to rezone the 20-block area referred to as City Center, they’re also taking further steps to position the Richmond Coliseum property for potential sale and redevelopment.
Six wooded acres beside Maybeury Elementary School and the Tuckahoe Family YMCA are under contract to Build Senior Living.
All non-sworn city employees will get a 5 percent raise and the city’s police and firefighters will get increases ranging from 10 to 15 percent.