Monthly Archives: July 2015

Jul
27
Construction Management vs General Contractor

When you begin your next construction project, you may find yourself asking 'What is the difference between a general contractor (GC) and a construction manager (CM)?' Although GCs and CMs are both considered the primary contractors on a construction job, there are fundamental differences between these two roles. Let's walk through some of the benefits and disadvantages related to each

Jul
24
Long Island is a great home for hotels

Long Island has breathtaking beaches, numerous golf courses and world-renowned wineries. It is the perfect destination for your next vacation, whether you enjoy relaxing on the beach, taking in the gorgeous scenery, playing golf, or spending a day tasting local wines. What’s more, families can enjoy the amusement parks that Long Island has to offer, such as Splish Splash or Adventure Land.

Jul
21
Impact of the Hauppauge Sewer

Sewage Treatment Plants A sewage treatment plant that connects several buildings to one source isn’t just economically beneficial, but environmentally as well. Additional sewage capacity allows companies to use new processes, which may have not been available to them when they had restrictions on wastewater discharge. Being that water is one of Long Island’s most precious natural

Jul
07
New Village is 20 Minute Living

Long Island Index recently published a blog post about the concept of 20 minute living originally created by Gerding Edlen. This idea directly applies to the New Village at Patchogue. The philosophy of 20 minute living is that individuals have easy, convenient access to their daily needs: markets, restaurants, schools and parks all within a 20 minute walk or bike. In order for it to work

Jul
06
It’s Not Just Sushi: Hoshi Sushi and Hibachi

Just walking into Hoshi Sushi and Hibachi, located in New Village at Patchogue, assures you that you will have an experience of a lifetime. The restaurant’s modern and unique interior contains everything from a lounge area, to intimate booths, to a sushi bar, to family-style tables for a hibachi experience. The restaurant, which is open from 11:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m. during the

Jul
06
Long Island Wants You!

For a recent college graduate finding a job can one of the most strenuous and daunting tasks, but keep in mind Long Island wants you! Despite recent stigma, many graduates are finding jobs in their career fields, particularly in-high demand areas, such as engineering and education according to the New York Federal analysis of Census Bureau data. Long Island natives who are recent college