A $590-million upgrade to Sky Harbor International Airport’s Terminal Three in Phoenix is the building equivalent of liposuction—stripping tons of concrete from the structural bones in order to create a new, light-filled public space.
SolarReserve LLC, a privately owned company based in Santa Monica,
Calif., plans to make a final decision in the next six months on a site in Nye County, Nev., for what would be the world’s largest solar facility.
The $12.1-million Val Vista Water Transmission Main Rehabilitation project was performed on more than 6,000 linear ft of pre-stressed concrete cylinder pipe that delivers water to more than 60% of the population in the city of Phoenix.
After the original rubber-bladder dam failed in 2010 and drained 1 billion gallons of water without warning from Tempe Town Lake, the city of Tempe, Ariz., engaged the construction team to design and build a more permanent replacement.
The $2.31-million Horse Mesa Dam Rock Debris Talus Stabilization project mitigates a rock-fall debris talus deposit located in extremely remote terrain at Salt River Project’s Horse Mesa Dam, east of Phoenix.