breaking ground


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breaking ground

Initial excavation work, indicating the start of construction.
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Since its founding in 1990, Breaking Ground has introduced groundbreaking solutions to homelessness - including being a pioneer in the Housing First movement, managing the largest permanent supportive housing residence in the country, and championing great architecture and design for low-income housing.
What an honor to be recognized by the USGBC-NF for our work in sustainability and our commitment to high-performance building using environmentally conscious practices, said Breaking Ground Contracting President Mary Tappouni, who was also recently recognized by Gov.
NEWHALL - After years of contentious debate, a massive industrial park planned on 580 acres along Sierra Highway and San Fernando Road appears close to breaking ground.
A first-of-its-kind arts facility is breaking ground in Waunakee, Wis.
But remember, with J2EE you're not the one breaking ground from a scalability viewpoint.