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AZBEX April Database Snapshot

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By AZBEX Staff

Since launching the AZBEX Database Aug. 1 of last year, we have been methodically – our researchers would say, “Frantically” – adding projects and expanding our coverage of major developments around the state.

Currently, the database includes projects with construction values of $10M or more. Before July 1 that will be lowered to $5M. Each of the 573 (and climbing) projects listed contains extensive information including relevant contacts at the Owner/Developer, contractor, design and/or engineering firms; planning documents; current status; timeline notes and more for more than $25.6B in private and $30.5B in public projects in Arizona.

Each week our research staff sorts through hundreds of websites and follows up with dozens of contacts from state administrators to specialty tradespeople to provide you with the most up to date information on the projects you’re tracking.


In the last month, 27 new projects were added, and 67% of the 573 projects were updated. In addition, 471 individual contacts were added. New projects include: Third & Pierce Mixed-Use, Naranja Park Development, Goodyear Surface Water Treatment Facility, and Tolleson Corporate Park – Building F.

The Impact of Boots on the Ground

Best of all, we’re local to Arizona. Our research staff know the state and its markets better than anyone, and we put in the time and effort to sort through every outlet from Kingman to Nogales so you don’t have to.

In the last month, Katie Diecidue has joined the AZBEX research team. She will have a direct impact on the database projects staying up to date and meeting the next milestone of dropping the floor to $5M by July 1.

Learn more about the Database and How it Can Help Your Business

If you would like to learn more about the database or any other AZBEX services or functions, please sign up to attend a free session of AZBEX 101, our regularly run introduction and overview program. The next session is coming up next week, Tuesday, May 9th at CCS Presentation Systems.

A larger version of our April Snapshot can be downloaded here.

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