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Apr 21, 2017

It seems like a figure too large to comprehend, but according to a recent report, airports across the country today have infrastructure needs carrying a total dollar worth of just under $100 billion.

Apr 14, 2017

More than 75 acres of prime land at the Albuquerque International Sunport, that was previously used for the north/south Runway 17-35, is in the process of being transformed into small city that could see the construction of manufacturing, retail, and warehousing facilities.

Apr 10, 2017

An imposing and attractive two-story red brick courthouse in the city of Ouray, Colorado may soon receive several million dollars in funding for a long-planned restoration project.

Mar 31, 2017

From the moment President Obama, in the summer of 2014, put his signature on an executive order requiring contractors to report labor statutes violation, what is called the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces has been bitterly opposed by large chunk of the construction industry.

Mar 24, 2017

Senator Joseph Cervantes says he is going to try again.

A bill he sponsored in this year’s legislative session that would have gone far towards reforming New Mexico’s controversial capital outlay process made it all the way through the Senate Finance Committee on the way to the House.

But there it died for lack of action.

Mar 24, 2017

Refuting media impressions that the Espanola-based Northern New Mexico College is down and almost out due to a series of administration controversies, the school is taking on a series of facility improvements showing that life goes on at the small four-year school.

Mar 10, 2017

Not everyone was at first crazy about the idea.

But last September members of the Denver City Council on a 9 to 4 vote gave the green light to the creation of a fund designed to greatly enhance the city’s affordable housing stock.

Mar 6, 2017

Voters in Arizona may expect to be confronted with an increasing number of school bond proposals in the coming years.

Feb 28, 2017

It wasn’t Jon Barela’s idea to end up at ground zero in the increasingly heated debate regarding U.S. relations with Mexico, immigration, the proposed building of a wall between the two countries, and a possible U.S. 20 percent tax on imported goods from Mexico.

Feb 21, 2017

When Karen Gerwitz visualizes the how the new, planned $200 million World Trade Center campus in Denver is going to function and look, she thinks of an eco-system.

“It will be a place where we can gather and convene and learn from each other,” says Gerwitz, who is the president of the WTC Denver...

Feb 16, 2017

A Luna Community College, course study in media arts and technology can today mean many things, and that, says Kenneth Bachicha, is its primary strength.

“Students who take classes here in this field can end up following the field technician track, or they can become professional photographers, or even graphic designers,” says Bachicha, who is a professor in the media and technology department of LCC in Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Feb 14, 2017

In the first few days of this year came the news that the Israeli-based Keter Plastics was purchasing and renovating a 165,000 square foot building in Belen for use as a new manufacturing facility...

Jan 31, 2017

In yet another step to speed up its regional delivery time, the electronic commerce giant Amazon has announced that it is going to build a new 1 million square-foot fulfillment center in Aurora, Colorado.

Jan 26, 2017

Construction is expected to begin this spring on a modern, high-tech facility in Casa Grande, Arizona that will eventually produce the latest in luxury, battery-powered electric vehicles.

Jan 13, 2017

An overwhelming percentage of contractors nationally are positively looking forward to what they believe will be more work in an expanding 2017 economy.

Jan 6, 2017

“The downtown skyline is changing,” said Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry as he surveyed a currently vacant space on the northeast corner of Central Avenue and First Street, “and that’s a good thing.”

Dec 16, 2016

In early November, members of the Santa Fe City Council unanimously approved an ordinance allowing for residents to sell the produce they grow from their own home gardens.

Dec 9, 2016

It was a moment that shocked Phoenix preservationists and strongly divided the local community regarding the future of a well-known local landmark famous for its post-World War II modern design...

Dec 6, 2016

An inspiring example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style that graced a number of public structures in the 1930s is on the verge of a significant renovation on the Las Vegas campus of Highlands University.

Nov 22, 2016

Up to $600,000 in local funds have been secured for the creation of a first-ever library in Socorro, Texas.

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