Construction and Real Estate

Port City Legend Builds Countrywide

John White-Spunner, the president and CEO of White-Spunner Construction, has overseen the construction and...

Labor Demand Drives Prices Higher

Although 32 states added new construction jobs in 2016, Alabama reported a decrease of more than 6, 000 construction positions last...

Enterprise as Therapy

They make protective sleeves for plants using brown paper and glue. They cut, sharpen and paint wooden stakes that hold real estate yard...

City Center for the Suburbs

Birmingham-based Hoar Construction built the first phase of North Cincinnati’s impressive new $146 million, 1.1 million-square-foot, mixed-use development, Liberty Center (LC),...

Stunning Stunts of a Motorcycle Museum

Maybe it’s the Harley-riding freedom on the open road, or channeling Marlon Brando and his gang of biker misfits in “The Wild One.”...

Tribal Health Lodge

In ancient Cherokee lore, when the earth was new, the water spider cleverly brought fire and light to the people, illuminating...

More Magic in Birmingham

Even the best facelift can be diminished by an ugly scar. That is what the city of Birmingham was dealing with in recent years,...

Alabama’s Biggest Construction Project

Jim Page, the president and CEO of the West Alabama Chamber of Commerce, is the spokesperson for the Alliance for Alabama’s Infrastructure...

Urban Hip on Tap

Matthew Finley (left) and Justin Brown blend Brown’s architecture skills with Finley’s fabrication skills to create...

Nature in Decatur, Neighbor to Arts

Getting rid of bugs has been a Cook family passion for three generations. Now the family has endowed a museum to put those little...

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