Saying that it will save money in the long run, Governor Susana Martinez has approved legislation that will allow the New Mexico Department of Transportation to implement design-build procedures for highway and road projects that are partially or wholly funded by the federal government.
With a thriving art gallery and living artist community intact in north Boulder, a new project may see the construction of space that will provide housing for those artists as well as additional work and gallery space.
In the wake of a veto by New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez denying up to $8 million in state funding for the construction of a new health sciences center in Rio Rancho, University of New Mexico and city officials are trying to decide their next move.
With more than 4,500 stores across the country and a goal of constructing an additional 210 stores by the end of this year, O’Reilly Automotive, Inc., has announced plans to build a new outlet in Aztec, New Mexico.
Both Maricopa County officials and officials with the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team agree that the big Chase Field stadium, which has a seating capacity of more than 45,000, is in need of upgrading.