NMC Networking Event @ Stony Creek Brewery featuring Pat Munger Construction
The NMC will host a workshop on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Stony Creek Brewery (5 Indian Neck Ave, Branford, CT 06405).
This will be a time for NMC members to socialize with one another over catered appetizers and craft beer.
Since 1968, Pat Munger Construction has delivered a quality-oriented experience for industrial and commercial construction customers in Connecticut. They take pride in providing unequaled customer service and building lifetime relationships. The company gets to know their customers and adds value by providing them with a positive experience where service is everything – just as if they were constructing a home for their own family.
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The Day, March 21, 2019
Thames River Innovation Place, the CTNext-funded initiative aimed at boosting entrepreneurship in the region, is seeking proposals for projects in its third year, which begins in July.
Interim Executive Director Emma Palzere-Rae said she hopes to get the final request for proposals out by the weekend, and TRIP will be accepting proposals the first half of April, then will review and submit them to CTNext by April 30.
NBC Connecticut, March 19, 2019
Thames River Innovation Place (TRIP) in southeastern Connecticut is looking for innovators, creative types and those who are able to think outside the box to submit proposals to strengthen entrepreneurship in the region.
The Day, January 22, 2019
The Naval & Maritime Consortium, which launched in Groton in November, is holding its first membership event on Thursday, one largely geared toward networking. It will be held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in the Innovation Partnership Building at the University of Connecticut at Storrs.
The Day, November 9, 2018
Groton — Economic development and workforce professionals, higher education leaders and elected officials gathered at the University of Connecticut at Avery Point on Thursday evening for the launch of the Naval & Maritime Consortium.
The Hartford Courant, June 1, 2018
A former General Dynamics Electric Boat employee will lead a new Connecticut-based network for suppliers to the Groton submarine maker and other undersea vehicle manufacturers.
The Day, May 24, 2018
Groton — The Thames River Innovation Place has appointed Alexandra L. Halvordson as program manager of the Connecticut Undersea Supply Chain Consortium, TRIP announced Thursday.
The Hartford Courant, January 24, 2018
In a warehouse between the Poquonnock River and Groton’s Army National Guard base, engineers tinker with a vessel worn and weathered from months at sea. It’s a Wave Glider, an unmanned craft the shape of a surfboard and equipped with artificial intelligence and sonar sensors that trail along 20 feet underwater.