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- adj. Occurring after construction is under way.
But conducting testing midconstruction can show where a building needs more work.
But in the town of East Hampton, the $1.5 million needed to complete the elegant and far from institutional $6.5 million Town Hall project set off a midconstruction controversy just as the town was coping with financial crisis.
Parisi had hoped to get his pigs butchered in Mount Airy and then smoke the meat in a backyard smokehouse, a plan he abandoned midconstruction because he could not comply with required setbacks.
Inside, the dusty debris of a project abandoned midconstruction.
Patterson will require, as it does with all developers, that Camarda post a fee so the town can grade and stabilize the site should he walk away from the project in midconstruction.
"We had a number of big projects that were halted in midconstruction or delayed because of the economy."
It's revealed in a swelling number of empty big-box spaces and commercial developments stalled in midconstruction nationwide.
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