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Sundt Construction Expands To New Mexico, N. Carolina And Texas

Sundt Construction, Arizona
by in Economy | Real Estate

Arizona-based general contractor Sundt Construction has expanded its operations, opening three satellite offices in Albuquerque, N.M.; Cary, N.C. and El Paso, Texas. The offices will support active projects in those areas. “During Sundt’s 122-year history, we have completed projects across the United States and around the world,” said Doug Pruitt, CEO and Chairman of Sundt… Read More →

Plan to Revive Construction Industry Unveiled

Reviving the Construction Industry
by in Economy | Workforce

The Associated General Contractors of America released a new national plan today detailing measures to stimulate demand for construction. Officials said the plan was needed to reverse construction employment declines that have taken place in 317 out of 337 metro areas since January 2007, according to new data the association released today. “Our goal is… Read More →

i/o Data Centers Keeps Companies Nationwide Up And Running

i/o Data Centers
by in Featured | Tech | Workforce

Despite an ongoing recessionary climate, Phoenix-based i/o Data Centers just keeps on growing and doesn’t plan on stopping. In the last year i/o doubled its number of employees and is looking to expand its Phoenix location. In Oct., i/o announced it closed $200 million in financing for the company’s expansions. In addition to its Phoenix… Read More →

Valley Leaders Join Forces To Envision The Future West Valley

Arizona Sunset - Future of West Valley
by in Blogs | Economy | Events | Real Estate

Over 100 Valley leaders convened on November 31, 2010 to develop a future vision for the West Valley in an exercise led by Leadership West.  Leadership West is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization that convenes, educates and activates proven leaders in business, non-profits and government to leverage their time, talents and treasures to enhance the quality… Read More →

Making Ethics An Essential Part Of Doing Business

ethics scale

The challenge of building an ethical climate in businesses is not new. However, in the last decade, the importance of such a climate, and the heavy costs of ethical transgressions, have been prominent in the daily headlines. They reveal the impact of decades of ethical mismanagement that goes beyond explicitly breaking laws. Rather, the issue… Read More →

IT Offshore Outsourcing Is Getting Competitive

Shore Leave 2008

These days, one is more likely to hear a politician or corporate executive use the term “offshore” than a sailor. That’s because offshore outsourcing and the more general offshoring have become common and controversial business practices — especially when it comes to information technology. First, the controversial part: When you hear politicians griping about companies… Read More →

State Leaders Prepare The Copper State For Explosive Growth


An official letter from the state’s Lawn and Pool Use Enforcement Division says you must choose between taking out your green lawn or draining your swimming pool. You can’t have both, as the state has been severely restricting outdoor water use ever since the population of Central and Southern Arizona swelled to 10 million people… Read More →