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Apr 26, 2016

A host of storm water infrastructure projects are expected to see the light of day, now that the City of Colorado Springs appears close to wrapping up long-standing negotiations with Pueblo County.

Apr 26, 2016

A 650 kilowatt solar array may soon be built in Taos.  The project will go up next to the Town of Taos Waste Water Treatment Plant at 182 Los Cordovas, roughly 5 miles to the west of downtown Taos.

Apr 26, 2016

A 664-bed student apartment complex could see construction by this summer in Flagstaff, ushering in the latest residential project catering to students at the nearby Northern Arizona University.

Apr 26, 2016

It has taken nearly three years, but finally all signals are “go” for the construction of a downtown El Paso hotel that will cater to the city’s robust convention trade.

Apr 26, 2016

Although it was the home to generations of students for more than half a century, the Roosevelt Elementary School at 842 Camino Don Thomas in Bernalillo has presented a challenge to local leaders who have been looking for a new use for the abandoned property.

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Jul 21, 2017

A demand for newer and more apartment units has fueled the national construction industry since the depths of the Great Recession.

Jul 7, 2017

Hard-boiled and peeled eggs that make their way to retailers, restaurants, and convenience stores across the country will soon be coming out of a new 120,000 square foot facility in Yuma, Arizona.

Jun 30, 2017

Roughly a decade after the onset of the Great Depression, new home construction nationally is showing signs of life again, with more than 1.1 million units being built last year.

But it’s a tale of two different recoveries, according to a report just released by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University called The State of the Nation’s Housing 2017.

Jun 30, 2017

Mike Billadeau says the idea of constructing what is being billed as the “world’s largest sports park,” did not come overnight.

“I’ve been working on this vision, for lack of a better word, for about five years now,” says Billadeau, who is the executive director of the proposed Rocky Mountain Sports Park.

“But it really took on a life of its own once I started to talk to Ryan Spilborghs about it,” continues Billeadeau.

Jun 20, 2017

“We’re starting around 4 in the morning and finishing up around 9 p.m.,” says Jay Hill of the crop work he and his crew are doing on a sprawling farm site in Berino, New Mexico.

That work at the Wholesome Valley Farms’ expanding operation is anything but easy. But Hill isn’t complaining. “It’s only been about 100 degrees or so the last couple of days,” he laughs.

Hill is the hands-on chief executive officer of Wholesome Valley’s Berino farm, an enterprise drawing praise from around the state and region for transforming a swath of southern New Mexico land from a hopelessly contaminated past into a promising future.

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