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Arizona Builders Alliance announces new board members

by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Arizona Builders Alliance (ABA), a statewide commercial construction trade association, recently elected a new board president and added four new directors to its board. Mike Epstein, owner and managing member of Tucson-based Epstein Construction, has been tapped as ABA’s new board president. Four new directors were also elected: Steve Grauer, vice president and district manager… Read More →

Ground Broken For New University of Arizona Cancer Center Clinic in Phoenix

UA President Ann Weaver Hart, Dignity Health Arizona President and CEO Linda Hunt, House Speaker Andy Tobin, Cancer Center Director David S. Alberts, MD, and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton.

  Ground was officially broken on the new University of Arizona Cancer Center (UACC) at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health outpatient facility in downtown Phoenix. Located on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus at 625 N. Sixth St., on the NWC of Fillmore and Seventh streets, the center is expected to be open in 2015.… Read More →

$100M UA Cancer Center Scheduled to Break Ground

UA Cancer Center

Barring inclement weather, the ceremonial groundbreaking of the new University of Arizona Cancer Center at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Downtown Phoenix is scheduled for tomorrow. The new outpatient clinic at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus will go up at 625 N. 6th St., on the NWC of Fillmore and Seventh streets. The construction… Read More →

Construction: Project News, November/December 2010

Construction Project News - AZRE Magazine November/December 2010
by in Construction

Construction project news around the state in November/December 2010: D.L. Withers General Contractor at McCormick Railroad Park Construction of a 10,000 SF, $2.1M exhibit building at McCormick Stillman Railroad Park on the SEC of Indian Bend and Scottsdale roads is nearing completion. The new building is adjacent to the parking lot and within close proximity… Read More →