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Robert Preiss Joins Gilbane to Lead High Performance Building Center

Robert Preiss
by in Newsmakers

Gilbane Building Company named Robert Preiss, a 33-year industry veteran, to lead the company’s energy modeling and High Performance Building efforts. Preiss’ experience covers a wide range of client types including commercial, industrial, high-tech, and utility products and services. His expertise includes efficient lighting, HVAC, retrocommissioning, cogeneration, microturbines, wind turbines, deregulation, management, and engineering. As… 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 →

Public: Maricopa County Downtown Court Tower

Maricopa County Downtown Court Tower, AZRE January/February 2010
by in Public

MARICOPA COUNTY DOWNTOWN COURT TOWER Developer: Maricopa County General contractor: Gilbane Building Co. & Ryan Companies US Inc. Architect: Gould Evans + DMJM Location: 101 W. Madison St., Phoenix Size: 690,280 SF The $259M court tower will house 32 courtrooms, with unique design elements that make it more efficient and user-friendly for the public. Construction… Read More →

Public: City of Phoenix Southwest Police Precinct

Southwest Police Precinct, AZRE January/February 2009
by in Public

CITY OF PHOENIX SOUTHWEST POLICE PRECINCT Developer: City of Phoenix Contractor: Gilbane Building Co. Architect: Arrington Watkins Size: 25,000 SF Location: 2111 S. 99th Ave., Phoenix Construction began on the 12-acre site February 2008, and includes nine holding cells, three bay shooting range, admin. areas, locker rooms, equipment and evidence and public meeting space. The $11M project is scheduled to… Read More →