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Can You Dig It with Brian Pedersen

Brian Pedersen

About Brian Pedersen

Brian Pedersen writes about all kinds of issues related to construction. Though not a construction worker by trade, he loves to see how things are built and is fascinated by the art of digging in the dirt. Often you find him tromping through the dirt at sites for multi-story hospitals to baby-sized barns. He should have a hard hat with his name permanently etched on the back and a list of all the sites he´s visited and stories he´s written about them. But his head is just not that darn big.

The mismatch between wages and rent

Nearly everyone thinks of having a place to live as an investment, which it is, in part.

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The future is fast approaching

In case you didn’t notice, the rate of technological change over the last decade is incredibly fast.

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Connect with the corridor

Want a way to connect your business with a corridor that stretches across five counties of eastern Pennsylvania?

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Co-working fosters collaboration, and area firms are on board

Co-working is not new, but the trend of sharing working space with other companies appears to be gaining momentum in the Greater Lehigh Valley.

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Adaptive reuse offers the best of both worlds

A recent open house hosted by the developers of a historic landmark in Quakertown revealed the importance of renovating older structures into modern space, particularly for professional offices.

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A rebirth on the way in Pottsville?

People who live outside of Schuylkill County may not think of Pottsville as a place with a vibrant or lively business climate but that could be about to change.

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Is a custom-built home in your future?

For people looking for a home, most often they think that an existing home is the way to go.

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They’re built for those who stay for a day, or more

What’s with all the hotels being built?
It could be a coincidence, or maybe a trend, or just perfect timing.

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Connecting people and commerce

Judging by the amount of people from various states who participated in the Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Half Marathon Run/Walk on Nov. 5, it’s clear the trail offers a strong attraction for both tourism and economic development in the region.

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