Kitchell Archives

Sprouts to open at Prescott Valley Crossroads

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Sprouts Farmers Market is scheduled to open at the Prescott Valley Crossroads power center on June 4. The 27,994 SF Phoenix-based specialty follows the October 2013 opening of Dick’s Sporting Goods’ 35KSF store. Other large retailers soon to join the successful center are a 23KSF TJ Maxx and a 10KSF ULTA Beauty store. Both stores… Read More →

Honoring excellence in corporate counsel

by in Events | Featured | Legal

Effective corporate counsel has never been more important than it is in today’s new economy. Az Business magazine is recognizing the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business with the Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards (ACC Awards). The 30 finalists and winners were honored Thursday, January 16 during a… Read More →

Kitchell, Hardison/Downey Partner for Breast Cancer Research

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by in Events

When they started working together on construction projects several years ago, long before they became part of the same company, Kitchell and hardison/downey construction inc. (h/dc) realized they had common visions, goals and values, resulting in increased work and revenues. But in the past year their shared passion for one particular cause is reaping benefits… Read More →

Mark-Taylor, Kitchell Break Ground On Southern Arizona Development


  A year after opening two successful multi-family developments in Maricopa County, the joint venture of Mark-Taylor and Kitchell has embarked on a unique mixed-use development that brings out the best of their combined experience and utilizes the gorgeous backdrop of the Santa Catalina Mountains. The 24-acre development in Oro Valley, being called “San Dorado,”… Read More →

After Hours: Kari McCormick of Kitchell

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by in After Hours | AZRE Magazine

Director of Client Services — Native American Division Kitchell, Phoenix With Kitchell for 2 1/2 years Born in Scottsdale Received bachelors in Business Administration from ASU; attended Fuller Theological Seminary Husband Terry Fong;  son, AJ (26), daughters, Kassi (21), Hunter (12), newly adopted foster child; stepdaughter, Nici (31); 2 grand daughters; Great grandfather (maternal), Joseph… Read More →

Mark-Taylor Celebrates 4 Victories at AMA Tribune Awards

Parcland Crossing in Chandler

  The mantel at Mark-Taylor got a little heavier after this year’s Arizona Multihousing Association Tributes dinner, as the company was honored with four awards including the prestigious Developer’s Award for its Parcland Crossing community. “These wins reinforce what we already know – we have great properties and committed, loyal team members who make these… Read More →

Greg McCormick joins Kitchell as Healthcare Project Director

Greg McCormick
by in Business News | Newsmakers

  Kitchell has hired Greg McCormick as Project Director in the Healthcare Division. A 28-year industry veteran, McCormick previously worked for Gilbane Building Company, Turner Construction Company and Summit Builders. “Greg brings a wealth of healthcare construction experience to Kitchell,” said Kitchell Healthcare Division Manager Steve Whitworth. “His commitment to superior customer service and relationships… Read More →

Kitchell-Built Banner Health Center to Open in Queen Creek


  Banner Health will open its first medical facility in the Town of Queen Creek on May 1, with the Banner Health Center offering primary care, basic imaging and lab services for adults and children. Kitchell served as general contractor. The Center, at 21772 S. Ellsworth Loop Rd., will join Banner Ironwood Medical Center in… Read More →

Kitchell Promotes Jerry Ackerman to Project Director, Healthcare Division

Jerry Ackerman
by in Brokerage | Business News | Newsmakers

Kitchell Healthcare Division Manager Steve Whitworth announced that Jerry Ackerman has been promoted to Project Director. Ackerman has been with Kitchell since 2006 and has found a home working on projects for Banner Desert Medical Center. “Jerry’s leadership style and personality has made a great impact,” Whitworth said. “His attention to detail is exemplary and… Read More →

Kitchell Completes Early Childhood Development Center for Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation


  Kitchell recently completed the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation’s H’man ‘Shawa Early Childhood Development Center in Northeastern Maricopa County, about 35 miles northeast of Phoenix. The 15,500 SF building accommodates infants, preschool, pre-k and kindergarten children with nine classrooms. H’man ‘Shawa, translated from Yavapai, means ‘the little children.’ Integrated into the daily curriculum for all… Read More →

Workshop Helps Industry Understand Nuances of Working in Indian Country


  With 22 recognized tribes in Arizona, each with their own governance, leadership and protocols, working within the American Indian community and in Indian country has become an enviable skill in the business world. Kitchell has found through first-hand experience that the best way to approach tribal work is by aligning with those who understand… Read More →

Bernardo Joins Kitchell as Operations Manager

Bryan Bernardo
by in Newsmakers

Kitchell announced it has hired Bryan Bernardo as Operations Manager. Based in Phoenix, Bernardo will oversee operations, with a focus on lean construction, on Kitchell job sites in Arizona, California, Nevada and Texas, as well as operations throughout Kitchell’s offices. Prior to joining Kitchell, Bernardo worked for The Weitz Company for 25 years, most recently… Read More →

Patient Experience Simulation Lab Inspires Conference Attendees

by in In The Spotlight

Attendees of the 2012 Healthcare Design Conference held recently at the Phoenix Convention Center were privy to a unique showcase: the first “Patient Experience Simulation Lab” allowing small groups of designers, hospital administrators and other healthcare stakeholders to experience a virtual tour of unfriendly design features compared to an actual tour of a “patient-empowered room.”… Read More →

Kitchell celebrates Casino Arizona Bingo Hall Expansion


Bingo fans have a new place to play — thanks to the new 1,000-seat bingo hall built by Kitchell — at Casino Arizona at the 101 and McKellips in Scottsdale. The 26,000 SF addition represents the reintroduction of bingo into the gaming operations of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC), which also owns and… Read More →