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Former home of Caliente Construction sold for $101/SF


GPE Commercial Advisors, an award winning commercial real estate firm in Arizona, secured the sale of the former home of Caliente Construction, a 6,027 SF one-story flex/industrial building located at 242 South El Dorado Circle in Mesa for $610,000 ($101/SF). “Caliente Construction is so pleased with the way GPE Companies managed the sale of our… Read More →

Lisa Autino joins Caliente Construction

Lisa Autino
by in AZRE Magazine | Construction | Newsmakers

Caliente Construction welcomed Lisa Autino, CPA, CCIFP as the organization’s new controller on Thursday. Autino will manage the accounting operations, financial community relationships and lead the effort for continuous improvement in the financial and project management platforms of the firm. Autino began her career in public accounting after graduating from NAU in 1986 with a Bachelor… Read More →

Robert Cashin joins Caliente Construction

Bob Cashin_caliente
by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Robert Cashin has joined Caliente Construction Inc., Phoenix, as Vice President of Construction Services. As a 36-year veteran in Arizona construction, Cashin will provide overall direction, leadership and guidance to manage the operational activities of the $65 million local company; ensuring growth, profitability, employee development, and the highest client service. Cashin began his career in… Read More →

Industry Leaders of Arizona take spotlight


Az Business magazine is proud to present the Industry Leaders of Arizona (ILoA) Awards, which recognize  the contributions and impact of Arizona‐based companies in five key industries — commercial real estate, education, entertainment, manufacturing and technology. The 30 finalists for this year’s ILoA Awards are profiled on the following pages. Winners will be recognized at… Read More →

Public Projects: Keeping Construction Companies Alive

Public Projects - AZRE Magazine January/February 2012
by in Economic Development

Of the 15 Arizona school districts that asked voters in November to approve bonds to build or renovate education facilities, 11 got the go-ahead despite the lingering recession. That’s good news for many of the state’s construction companies that have relied on publicly-funded projects to boost business and keep workers employed as private investment in… Read More →