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Arizona Projects 10-22-21

Groundbreakings 1. Gila River Hotels & Casinos officially announced its newest project, Santan Mountain, at a groundbreaking ceremony this week on Gila River Indian Community land south of Chandler. When completed, the 160-acre, $150M project

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Arizona Projects 10-08-21

Groundbreakings 1. Ryan Companies and Cadence Living recently broke ground on the 147-unit Acoya Scottsdale at Shea senior/assisted living development. Also known as Acoya Shea, the project is expected to be completed in Q4 2023.

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Arizona Projects 09-10-21

Groundbreakings 1. Construction on the 297-unit Mesquite Terrace affordable housing community on 19th Avenue near Camelback broke ground this summer. Delivery is expected in 2023. Catholic Charities’ Housing for Hope, Inc. affiliate, and Trinity Development,

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Arizona Projects 09-03-21

Awards & Accolades 1. ENR Southwest published its 2021 Best Projects Award winners. The Arizona projects that received an award are: SRP Project Administration Building (PAB) Betterment Projects, Tempe: Excellence in Safety, Award of Merit

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Arizona Projects 08-27-21

Groundbreakings  1. JE Dunn Construction and Anchor Health Properties announced they have broken ground on the $6.5M HonorHealth Prasada, a new state-of-the-art healthcare facility in Surprise. The new facility will offer a hybrid provider-based emergency room and urgent care model and is scheduled to

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Arizona Projects 08-20-21

Awards & Accolades  1. The Arizona Multihousing Association announced the winners of the 29th Annual AMA/Cox Communications Tribute Awards. The projects that were awarded were:  Affordable Community of the Year: Cottonwood Crossing Apartments, Shelton Residential  Renovated Community of the Year: Haven at South

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Mexican Desalination Plant Part of Pima’s Future?

A generation from now a $4.1B desalination plant in Sonora could help alleviate worst-case-scenario water woes in Pima County.  A Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department study examined possible water sources if Central Arizona Project‘s Colorado River water supplies dry up and the county population grows to