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W.J. Maloney adds spring training complex to list of projects

Photo courtesy of Plumbing Underground

W.J. Maloney Plumbing has announced the addition of the Surprise Spring Training Complex to its roster of projects. The major and minor league clubhouses for both the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals are undergoing a $22 million remodeling and expansion project, expected to be completed in February 2016. W.J. Maloney Plumbing is relocating… Read More →

ASU selects construction team, designers for stadium renovation

Rendering of Sun Devil Stadium from thesundevils.com

Arizona State University recently selected Hunt-Sundt, a joint venture of Hunt Construction Group and Sundt Construction, Inc., as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) to renovate Arizona State University’s Sun Devil Stadium. The $162-million project includes complete reconstruction of the lower stadium bowl, new concessions, restrooms and amenities, along with new luxury suites on the… Read More →

Twin Arrows Casino Opens Memorial Weekend

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by in Business News | Travel

The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (NNGE), announced that the grand opening of its Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, located along I-40, exit 219, just east of Flagstaff, Ariz., will take place May 24, 2013. Grand opening events throughout Memorial weekend will highlight rich Navajo traditions while showcasing the property’s state-of-the art gaming, luxurious resort accommodations,… Read More →

Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort To Open Memorial Weekend

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  The newest casino in the state — and the first in Arizona for the Navajo Nation — is set to open Memorial Weekend. The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise announced that the grand opening of its Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, located along I-40, exit 219, just east of Flagstaff, is set for  May 24.… Read More →

Arizona's Biggest, Best And Most Memorable Public And Commercial Buildings

Best Public, Commercial Buildings - AZRE Magazine September/October 2011
by in Architecture

Steel, Glass and Marvelous: A look at the biggest, best and most recognizable public and commercial buildings in Arizona OK, so we don’t have the skylines of L.A., New York or Chicago. But for a state barely celebrating its first centennial, Arizona — Metro Phoenix in particular — is home to some fairly impressive commercial… Read More →