Michael E. Monroe, the colorful president of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades since 1995, resigned the top post on April 18.
Airport Market Is Still Soft, But Officials See Bright Spots (4/29/02 Issue) With airline traffic still below 2001 levels and most major U.S. carriers drenched in red ink, the airport construction market remains much softer than it was a year ago.
Bentley Files for $172.5 million Initial Public Offering (4/24/02) Bentley Systems Inc.
, a provider of software products and collaborative services for architects and engineers, filed a registration statement with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission on April 23 seeking approval for an initial public offering of up to $172.5 million of common stock..
Industry Mentoring Program Doubles In Size In A Single Year (4/22/02 Issue)
...Michael E. Monroe, president of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades for more than six years, resigned April 18.
Dulles Airport Offcials Defer $1.5 Billion in Projects (4/19/02) With traffic down in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the agency that oversees Dulles International Airport has decided to defer indefinitely $1.5 billion of a planned $4.1-billion improvement program.
Painters' Monroe Bashes Sullivan (4/22/02 Issue) Ed Sullivan, president of the AFL-CIO's Building and Construction Trades Dept., will face a challenge from painters' President Mike Monroe