By R.J. DeLuke
“It looks like a busy year,” said Mike Munter, vice president of Munter Enterprises in Middle Grove.
The sentiment appears common in the construction industry as it rolls into 2017. Across the county there re many projects in process and many others that will come to light in ensuing months.
“Last year was busy. We had a lot of good work,” Munter noted. Regarding 2017, “we’re seeing that people are motivated now to invest in their people and their business … There’s a lot of positive energy out there” that bodes for a good year for the construction industry.
Munter Enterprises broke ground on a 3,000-square-foot expansion at Northway Emergency Animal Clinic off Northway Exit 17 in Moreau. The expansion will add more space for surgery, examination rooms and some administrative space.
The company has started to pour concrete Stone Bridge Iron & Steel Inc. 30,000-square-foot expansion of its production facility in Northumberland.