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Growth, riverfront project has STS Steel seeking more space

STS Steel welder, Richie Rampersaud cuts a 45 degree angle with oxygen acetylene cutter on a large steel section for the Glenridge Rd. rail bridge overpass.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
STS Steel welder, Richie Rampersaud cuts a 45 degree angle with oxygen acetylene cutter on a large steel section for the Glenridge Rd. rail bridge overpass.
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These are the people who craft the infrastructure that we typically take for granted. The familiar backdrop of a bridge’s curved steel trusses on our morning commutes. The steel gate that holds back thousands of gallons of water at a canal lock. The striking natural light let in by a glass-covered steel oculus. Or just a simple, rustic steel frame that signals a new school, hospital or business is about to go up. Fabricating steel, ...


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hodgkins.t
July 1, 2012
1:20 a.m.

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The problem is that Galesi wants it all, and they have an all too cosy relationship with local players, so it will be difficult for STS. Glad they are fighting to stay in Schenectady.

twohands
July 1, 2012
8:13 p.m.

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and let's hope to hell that Schenectady is fighting to keep them here!

Niskyboy
July 2, 2012
11:28 a.m.

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Hurting an economic engine in the name of . . .economic development. Yeah, that makes sense.

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