The City of Phoenix, McCarthy Building Companies and Richard-Bauer will replace approximately 440KSF of Terminal 4 with terrazzo flooring. The project will begin in September 2015 and is expected to be completed in October 2019.
Alliance Residential closed on two multifamily sites in Gilbert and Phoenix in early May. The two developments will reportedly host a total of 536 units.
Chilean-based developer Sencorp has broken ground on a 59KSF, 49-unit condo complex in downtown Phoenix, off 2nd Street. The project, en Hance Park, is across the street from Margaret T. Hance Park and expected to be completed in summer 2016.
Skanska has finished the improvements to State Route Slate Creek Curve in Sunflower, a $6.1M roadway project for the Arizona Department of Transportation. This included roadway realignment, slope stabilization and installing a truck escape ramp.
Wentworth Property Company has announced it will begin marketing its 380KSF West 80 industrial speculative development, which will break ground later this year and be completed in 2016.
Hayden House Tempe, LLC, has announced the name of its mixed-use development project on the corner of Mill Avenue and Rio Salado Parkway — One | Hundred | Mill. Construction is expected to begin at the end of the this year with delivery in 2017.
APS is upgrading its Ocotillo power plant in Tempe, which includes replacing two gas generators from the 1960s with five modern units. The $700M project is expected to be completed in 2018.