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BUILTENVIRONMENTQUICK NAVIGATIONAFFILIATES21PAGE 19 CONSTRUCTION03FEATURED COMPANIES45FEATURED PROJECTS50PRE-BID PROJECTS55ACTIVE PROJECTS56POST-BID PROJECTS60WAGE DETERMINATIONS64LIENS69NEWS30AFFILIATES72PAGAE 70 REAL ESTATEREAL ESTATE COMPANIES84FEATURED PROPERTIES86FEATURED LAND87PROPERTIES FOR SALE88LAND FOR SALE88REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS90REAL ESTATE NEWS78AFFILIATES96PAGE 91 SPACENEWS93EVENTS94FEATURED COMPANIES 95PAGE 97 QUICK LINKSPAGE 10 INDUSTRY BRIEFPAGE 11 EVENT CALENDARPAGE 15 CLASSIFIEDSPAGE 99 WEEDFEEDPAGE 100 LEGISLATIONPAGE 108 STATISTICSPAGE 114 BUSINESS FOR SALEPAGE 115 PERMITSPAGE 120 THEFT & SECURITYIF YOU FIND WESTWIND'S LOGO SEND US AN EMAIL AT MAGAZINE@CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COM OR GIVE US A CALL AT (505) 243-9793. LAST WEEK'S ANSWER PAGE 57WHERE'S THE LOGOGENERAL DISCLOSURERecipients accessing this report may only use it inthe nation where The Built Environmentdistributor and creator is based, unless otherwisespecified in a separate agreement. Unlessotherwise specified, Construction Reporter DigitalMagazine, LLC is the report's original distributorand creator.Continue reading >

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04BUILTENVIRONMENTForget the reports that an economicdownturn, very much resembling arecession, is likely to hit sometime inearly 2023.According to Dennis McGill, who spokeat the recently concluded VirtualHousing Summit, the recession is alreadyunderway: “We are in the middle of whatwe think is a cyclical downturn.”McGill, a director of research at the NewYork-based housing and real estateresearch firm Zelman & Associates, notedthat while a downturn is clearlyunderway, fluctuations in mortgage ratesare making it increasingly difficult toprecisely gauge where the economy, andmore specifically the housing market, isgoing.Within the last year, said McGill, therehave been number of factors, includingstimulus money coming out ofWashington, that could have reasonablybeen regarded as drivers in the economy.“But our focus was always first andforemost on mortgage rates,” said McGillof rates that surpassed the 6% mark inSeptember, reaching their highest peaksince 2008.Understanding the impact of such ratesand their impact on the market ,in fact,helps to “highlight ways of thinking aboutcyclicality of housing and the different T H I S W E E K S S P O T L I G H TANALYSTS PONDER: WHEN IS A RECESSION A RECESSION?By Garry Boulard, The Built Environment10/05/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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05BUILTENVIRONMENTways of understanding whether you’re atthe peak or a mid-cycle trough.”Certainly, such groups as the NationalAssociation of Realtors and the NationalAssociation of Home Builders, notedMcGill, have strongly suggested that arecessionary economy is alreadyunderway.Noting a two percent decline in homesales in August over the month before,Lawrence Yun, chief economist with theNational Association of Realtors, hasobserved that even though the title forthe downtown has not been given anofficial name, “We’re witnessing ahousing recession in terms of declininghome sales and home building.”Pending home sales, in fact, have saggedfor three months straight, with three outof four major regions in the countryexperiencing month-over-monthdecreases in transactions. Looking at the numbers compared toAugust of 2021, “all four regions posteddouble-digit declines,” says an NAR pressrelease.In late August, Robert Dietz, chiefeconomist with the National Associationof Home Builders, remarked that “risingmortgage rates, high inflation, lowexisting inventory and elevated homeprices” had combined to cause housingaffordability to “fall to its lowest pointsince in the Great Recession.”Dietz added that a mix of key metricsincluding both new and existing homesales, as well as single-family permits andsingle-family starts, “have experiencedsignificant year-over-year declines, Copyright: Canva Pro

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-characterizing the ongoing housing recession.”Meanwhile, observing the performance of the stock market in the third quarter of thisyear, the Washington Post observes that “fresh data suggests the economy isn’tsputtering quite yet, and that two of the economy’s main engines are still revving.”Those two engines are consumer spending and personal incomes, which both sawincreases in August.Even so, adds the paper: “Economic unease is sinking in,” noting that “people withlower incomes have been feeling the strain of inflation for months. More recently, thestock market’s tumble, and investor fears of a looming recession, are being felt byhigher-income earners.”How deep or wide a current of coming downturn may be is creating a kind of “recessionfatigue,” notes Sarah Foster, an analyst with the site Bankrate.com. Whatever it’s called, “the hits to American’s financial security keep on coming, firstwith the devastating coronavirus pandemic, followed by 40-year high inflation and nowthe growing risk of another downturn,” Foster told CNBC reporter Jessica Dickler.Added to the recession fatigue is the precarious condition of many Americans’ savings:according to a Bankrate survey conducted earlier this summer, 23% of respondentssaid they had no emergency savings at all, while 28% reported that they had somesavings, but “not enough to cover three months of expenses.”For his part, Dennis McGill remarked in his seminar presentation that one year ago heheard a builder say that the market was “the best we’ve ever had in our business aslong as we’ve been in existence.”McGill said his first thought upon that remark was that the home market is essentiallya “cyclical industry.”“Ultimately, I think just recognizing that mortgage rates were by far the most dominantdriver” of that booming market,” means that eventually “you’re going to have to paythe price for that on the other side.”06BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Canva Pro

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have an event you like to get the word out for? let us know! Please call us at (505) 243-9793 or email us at news@thebuiltenvironment.com to submit an event. EVENTCALENDAROCTOBER 202211BUILTENVIRONMENTCARNM - VIEW CALENDAR8:30 AM - 6:30 PM: 2022 INTERSECTIONS: COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE EVENT OF THE YEAR! - CLICK HERE CREW NEW MEXICO - VIEW CALENDAR 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM: 2022 Intersections- CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Whiskey and Cigar Night- CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM: Ribbon Cutting - Waterstone Mortgage the Hutt Team - CLICK HERE 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM: RRHS vs Cleveland Fight On Volleyball Match - CLICK HERE CITY OF SANTA FE - VIEW CALENDAR 6:00 PM: Planning Commission - CLICK HERETHURSDAY OCTOBER 6THALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Women's Program Monthly Meeting - CLICK HEREFRIDAY OCTOBER 7THALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM: Veterans and Community Resource Extravaganza - CLICK HERE 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM: INTERNET RESOURCES FAIR - CLICK HERESATURDAY OCTOBER 8THALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Drag Brunch - CLICK HERESUNDAY OCTOBER 9THMONDAY OCTOBER 10THALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM: 50+ Expo - Health Fair- CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM: Business After Hours - M & F Auto Sales - CLICK HERE NAIOP NM CHAPTER - VIEW CALENDAR 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM: Skilling Up New Mexico, Help Build the Solution - CLICK HERETUESDAY OCTOBER 11TH

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12NEW MEXICO REGULATION & LICENSING DEPARTMENT - VIEW CALENDAR9:00 AM - 3:00 PM: New Mexico Home Inspectors Board will hold a special board meeting on Thursday, October 13, 2022, at 9 a.m. The meeting will be a Zoom meeting- CLICK HERE CARNM - VIEW CALENDAR 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM: CCIM BOARD MEETING- CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: Paint Night with Create U 505 - CLICK HERE GREATER ALBUQUERQUE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM: BernCo: New Mexico's Fentanyl Crisis - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - CLICK HERE 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: The Hispano Chamber Welcomes FS2 Supply Company Ribbon Cutting Celebration - CLICK HERE 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM: New Mexico's Fentanyl Crisis: Affects all of us - CLICK HERETHURSDAY OCTOBER 13THBUILTENVIRONMENTCREW NEW MEXICO - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM: CREW’s 15th Anniversary Lunch - CLICK HERE GREATER LAS CRUCES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 2:00 PM - 5:30 PM: 2022 Greater Mesilla Valley Future of Workforce Summit - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: Women in Leadership Luncheon - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 8:30 AM - 10:30 PM: Leadership Speaker Series - Sustaining a Successful Business in the Current Economic Climate - CLICK HERE 8:30 AM - 10:30 PM: Hispano Philanthropic Society: 2nd Leadership Speaker Series - Sustaining a Successful Business in the Current Economic Climate - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12THRIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM: Freedom In Music Project - 10th Annual Blues Festival - CLICK HERE 11:00 PM: WESST 5th Annual POP-UP SHOP- CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Advanced Planning for Seniors - CLICK HERE 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Hispanic Heritage Awards Ceremony - CLICK HEREFRIDAY OCTOBER 14THRIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM: BBB Shred Day at the Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce- CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM: 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Central New Mexico Walk in Albuquerque - CLICK HERE 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Central NM Walk to End Alzheimer's - Albuquerque - CLICK HERESATURDAY OCTOBER 15TH

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13RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM: RRRCC Board of Directors Meeting - CLICK HERE 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM: Ribbon Cutting - Autism Spectrum Therapies - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - CLICK HERE 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Pueblo Book Club: “Nee Hemish: A History of Jemez Pueblo” by Joe Sando (Jemez) - CLICK HERETUESDAY OCTOBER 18THBUILTENVIRONMENTALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Roofs Over Heroes- CLICK HEREMONDAY OCTOBER 17THCARNM - VIEW CALENDAR 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: LIN MARKETING MEETING – HOST NEEDED - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM: Nonprofit Alliance Meeting- CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19THBERNALILLO COUNTYOCTOBER 11TH3:00 PM: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ZONING MEETING - CLICK HERE OCTOBER 12TH9:00 AM: ZONING ADMINISTRATOR PUBLIC HEARING - CLICK HERESAN JUAN COUNTYOCTOBER 15TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM: Dumpster Day - CLICK HEREOCTOBER 18TH4:00 PM: San Juan County Commission Meeting - CLICK HERETORRANCE COUNTYOCTOBER 12TH9:00 AM: Commission Meeting - CLICK HERETAOS COUNTYOCTOBER 18TH9:00 AM - 2:00 PM: Taos County Board of Commission - Regular Meeting - CLICK HERESANTA FE COUNTYOCTOBER 11TH2:00 PM: Board of County Commissioners (BCC) Meeting - CLICK HERE OCTOBER 13TH3:00 PM: Sustainable Land Development Code Hearing Officer Meeting - CLICK HEREOTERO COUNTYOCTOBER 13TH9:00 AM: County Commission Regular Meeting - CLICK HERELUNA COUNTYOCTOBER 6TH10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Regular Luna County Commissioners Meeting - CLICK HERE

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15Ironworker Helper Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Normal construction job site conditions to include loud noises, dust, potential unseenhazards, and heavy equipment operating within close range. May include exposure to heights at times...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.LPR ConstructionLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORERight of Way (ROW) Agent (Field Based) Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: ERM is seeking Right of Way (ROW) Agents across Multiple Locations in the U.S. to support pipeline, electric transmission, water/wastewater, and renewable...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.ERMConstruction Manager Location:Loving, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Oversees a team of Superintendents and the various roles that follow to plan, direct, coordinate and budget activities concerned with the construction and maintenance...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.STRIKEDistribution Line Superintendent Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: ContractAbout the job: Client is looking for a few electric utility Distribution Line Construction Superintendents for long term projects in the state of NM. Your main responsibility...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Randstad USACLASSIFIEDS NEW MEXICOIS YOUR BUSINESS HIRING / RECRUITING?The Built Environments Classifieds Section is designed to help connect employers with top talent across New Mexico's Construction, Architecture, Engineering, Design & Real Estate Industries. Please call us at (505) 243-9793 or email us at news@thebuiltenvironment.com to place a job posting. BUILTENVIRONMENT

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16Professional Engineer - Structural Location:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Martin/Martin, Inc. is looking for a structural engineer to join our Structural Engineering Group in our Albuquerque, New Mexico office. This engineer will have the opportunity to work on a broad range of project types with many different structural materials. This position will primarily focus in the new building structural design market but may also include opportunities to gain experience in existing building...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Martin/Martin, IncLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MOREAdministrative Assistant Location:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Dreamstyle Remodeling, the nation's number one home remodeling company continues to grow in across the west U.S. and at it's corporateheadquarters in Albuquerque. The combination of quality products, skilled professionals, and exceptional service make Dreamstyle Remodeling the best home contractor in the West U.S. and the largest full service remodeling...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Dreamstyle RemodelingGreet, assist, and direct customers to appropriate branch staff. Ensure professional and courteous customer service.Accurately verify, update, and process customer orders in a timely manner including system status...Administrative Assistant Location: Anthony, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Administrative Assistants perform exceptional customer service and administrative job duties to support branch operations.Responsibilities:Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Mueller, Inc.Superintendent Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: D.R. Horton, Inc. is currently looking for a Superintendent. The right candidate's primary responsibility is to manage all functions of the job site as it relates to home construction while providing excellent customer service. The Superintendent manages the construction of multiple homes from permit to closing by scheduling and supervising job site subcontractors, homeowner walk- throughs...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.D.R. HortonBUILTENVIRONMENT

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17Counter SalesRepresentative Location:Santa Fe, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: As a Counter Sales Representative, you will use your expertise to help our customers and exceed their expectations! Establishing a good first impression and building trust by modeling our values will ensure your success in the position. Due to your ability to understand our customer, you will personalize solutions that enhance the relationship and build customers for life.Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Reece USALEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORESenior Project Engineer (Site Development) - Civil Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Martin/Martin is looking for an experienced civilsenior project engineer to join Albuquerque, New Mexico office. The position will provide opportunities for civil design throughout New Mexico and the Southwest for site and land development. A successful candidate will be a motivated self-starter with Marketing skills. We are a client focused and employee centered firm.Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Martin/Martin, Inc Senior Project Engineer - Structural Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Martin/Martin, Inc. is looking for a structural engineer to join our Structural Engineering Group in our Albuquerque, New Mexico office. This engineer will have the opportunity to work on a broad range of project types with many different structural materials. This position will primarily focus in the new building structural design market but may also include opportunities to gain experience in existing building...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Martin/Martin, Inc Building Engineer Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: As a Building Engineer in Albuquerque, NM, you’re a technical and engineering expert, familiar with maintenance systems and equipment. You bring strong organizational skills, a customer-centric approach and a positive outlook to everything you do.As the Building Engineer you’ll be responsible for all preventative maintenance, necessary maintenance and repairs to the buildings...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.ColliersBUILTENVIRONMENT

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ABC SURVEY: 98% OF CONTRACTORS AGAINST PLASFEATURED PROJECTPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONNew Industry Poll Shows Massive Opposition to Project Labor Agreements >2022-694C: APS-Coronado Elementary School 3-Room Addition: Art, Music and General Classroom >2022-69EE: Flagstaff Rail Project >NEW MEXICO CONSTRUCTIONTH E B UIL T E NV I RO NME NT MA GAZ IN EBIG SCOTTSDALE RESIDENTIAL PROJECT MAY SEE CONSTRUCTION BY NEXT SPRING >

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0020PAGE 21 AFFILIATESPAGE 45 FEATURED COMPANIESPAGE 50 FEATURED PROJECTSPAGE 55 PRE-BID PROJECTSPAGE 56 ACTIVE PROJECTSPAGE 60 POST-BID PROJECTSPAGE 64 WAGE DETERMINATIONSCONSTRUCTION HOMEPAGE30PAGE 69 LIENSBUILTENVIRONMENTTHE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WALKS THE LOS ALTOS PARK RENOVATION SITE >30CONSTRUCTION NEWS NEW MEXICOUNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, WITH A HANDFUL OF BIG PROJECTS, HOPING FOR NOVEMBER BOND APPROVAL >33FEDERAL FUNDING SECURED FOR MUCH- DISCUSSED TAOS PUEBLO HERITAGE PROJECT >33HYDE PARK CAMPING LOOP TO CLOSE FOR CONSTRUCTION >34BATTERY RECYCLING PLANT TO BE LAUNCHED IN ARIZONA >36CONSTRUCTION NEWS SOUTHWESTLARGE MIXED-USE PROJECT SLATED FOR CONSTRUCTION IN LITTLETON >36BIG SCOTTSDALE RESIDENTIAL PROJECT MAY SEE CONSTRUCTION BY NEXT SPRING >37MICRON TO INVEST UP TO $100 BILLION IN NEW YORK CHIP PLANT >39CONSTRUCTION NEWS NATIONALHURRICANE IAN: FLORIDA EXPEDITES ROAD WORK AS DAMAGE COMES INTO FOCUS >39SELF-STORAGE INDUSTRY STILL BOOMING, PRIMED FOR MORE GROWTH IN 2023 >41CONSTRUCTION NEWS TRENDSNEW INDUSTRY POLL SHOWS MASSIVE OPPOSITION TO PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENTS >42SUBARU DEALERSHIP TO RELOCATE TO SITE OF FORMER COOPERAGE RESTAURANT >34HYDE PARK CAMPING LOOP TO CLOSE FOR CONSTRUCTION >35NEW AIRPORT TERMINAL DESIGN APPROVED >35TEXAS AWARDS $307M FOR 2 PROJECTS TO BUILD 14 MILES OF BORDER WALL >38NEW 700,000-SQUARE-FOOT INDUSTRIAL PROJECT IS HEADING TO FORT WORTH >38IN DIRE NEED OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING, ASPEN, COLO. WILL GET A DEVELOPMENT THAT PROVIDES 277 AFFORDABLE HOMES >38CONSTRUCTION JOB OPENINGS UP BY 54,000 INAUGUST >39MULTIFAMILY CONSTRUCTION DELAYS CONTINUE AS PRICES, PERMITTING TIMES RISE >40CONSTRUCTION SPENDING DIPS, BUT CONTRACTORS REMAIN OPTIMISTIC >43DRONES ARE BENEFITTING EARTHMOVING OPERATIONS >43

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23WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12TH9:30 AM - 5:00 PM - CONSTRUCTION QUALITY MANAGEMENT FOR CONTRACTORS - USACE CQM-C - CLICK HEREFRIDAY OCTOBER 14TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - SUPERVISORY TRAINING PROGRAM (STP) UNIT 2 ORAL & WRITTEN COMMUNICATION - CLICK HEREConstruction Association Officials Say Demand forHousing and Developer-Financed Projects GettingCrushed by Rising Interest Rates, But Infrastructure,Power and Manufacturing Could Gain Steam SoonTotal construction spending declined by 0.7 percent inAugust as spending on new houses turned sharply lower,while public and private nonresidential constructionposted mixed results, according to an analysis theAssociated General Contractors of America released todayof federal spending data. Association officials said thatrising interest rates were hurting demand for housing andmany private-sector projects while the impacts of newfederal funding for infrastructure, semiconductor plantsand green energy facilities have yet to fully kick in.Construction spending, not adjusted for inflation, totaled$1.78 trillion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate inAugust, 0.7 percent below the upwardly revised July rate.Spending on new single-family homes declined for thefourth month in a row, falling by 2.9 percent from July.Spending on other residential segments rose, by 0.4percent for multifamily construction and 1.0 percent forimprovements to owner-occupied housing.Private nonresidential spending edged down 0.1 percentfor the month. The largest segment, power—comprisingelectric, oil, and gas projects—slipped 0.9 percent inAugust. Spending on commercial construction—warehouse, retail, and farm projects—was flat.Manufacturing construction declined by 0.5 percent inAugust but jumped 21.6 percent over 12 months. Spendingon office construction, which includes data centers,climbed 0.3 percent for the month.CONTINUE READING >CONSTRUCTION SPENDING SLIPS IN AUGUST WITH STEEP SLIDE IN HOMEBUILDING, MIXED RESULTS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE NONRESIDENTIAL CATEGORIESAGC CONSTRUCTION IMPACT MODELAGC has partnered with a leading regional economist,Brian Lewandowski of the University of Colorado Boulder,to create AGC's Construction Impact Model. The model is atool that can be used by members, chapters, policy makersand researchers to understand the economic impact ofinfrastructure investment by state.VIEW VOLUME 2 ISSUE 41 TO LEARN MORE >AGC NEW MEXICOEVENT CALENDAROCTOBER - DECEMBER 2022WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - ADVANCED SAFETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2ND8:00 AM - 4:00 PM - AGC NEW MEXICO MEMBERSHIP RETREAT - PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO - CLICK HERETUESDAY NOVEMBER 8TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - FALL PROTECTION - CLICK HERETUESDAY DECEMBER 6TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION - CLICK HEREBUILTENVIRONMENT

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24On behalf of ACNM, the Membership Committee would like to encourage students of ACNM parents and members to apply for the 2021 Fall Semester Scholarship. This ACNM Scholarship offers opportunities for students for the upcoming fall semester. ACNM has expanded its scholarship offering by providingmembers' immediate family and employees with an opportunity to apply for this scholarship. Students attending or accepted atany College or University with any declared major or field of study are eligible. ACNM is proud to offer a program that helps our members' children and employees achieve their dreams through a college education. Please note the application deadline is June 28, 2021, and the completed applications can be mailed or dropped off at the ACNM office.Eligibility• Must be attending or accepted as a student, full-time preferred, at any College or University.• Any declared major or field of study is eligible.• Must be an employee of an ACNM Member Company or an immediate family member of an employee of an ACNM Member Company.• Must maintain a minimum 2.5-grade point average.• Must be a registered student for the planned award semester, this scholarship will be applied to the student's account at their respective school, this is not a cash award.Please submit the completed application package byMonday, June 28, 2021 to:Associated Contractors of New Mexico attn: Scholarship Applications6135 Edith Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87107ACNM EVENTS NOVEMBER 2022CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORESCHOLARSHIPSDate And Time:Friday November 18th, 20226:00 PM - 10:00 PM MSTSchedule of Events:6:00 PM Registration, Photos & Silent Auction 7:00 PM Dinner Served8:00 PM Awards & Recognition9:00 PM Live Music- Memphis P-Tails-BOOK ROOMS HERE-Location:Hotel Albuquerque At Old Town800 Rio Grande Blvd NW Albuquerque NM 87104Fees/Admission:Members/Invited Guests Only$750 Reserved Corporate Table for 8 *$100 Per Individual Attendee*Please note that Individual Attendees not registered under a table will be in open seating (there will be plenty of open seating available) Invited Guests will be placed and notified of their table location.ANNUAL HOLIDAY DINNER 2022FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18TH, 2022LEARN MORE >Copyright: Canva ProBUILTENVIRONMENT

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25ARCHITECTURE BILLINGS INDEX SLOWS BUT REMAINS HEALTHYWASHINGTON – August 24, 2022 – For the eighteenthconsecutive month architecture firms reportedincreasing demand for design services in July, accordingto a new report today from The American Institute ofArchitects (AIA).The AIA Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score for Julywas 51.0. While this score is down from June’s score of53.2, it still indicates stable business conditions forarchitecture firms (any score above 50 indicates anincrease in billings from the prior month). Also in July,both the new project inquiries and design contractsindexes moderated from June but remained strong withscores of 56.1 and 52.9 respectively.“Despite architecture services employment recentlysurpassing pre-pandemic levels, the ABI score thismonth reflects the slowest growth since January, andmarks the fourth straight month with a lower score thanthe previous month, indicating a slowing trajectory inbillings activity,” said AIA Chief Economist, Kermit Baker,Hon. AIA, PhD. “With a variety of economic storm cloudscontinuing to gather, we are likely looking at a period ofslower growth going forward.”Key ABI highlights for July include:Regional averages: South (53.6); Midwest (52.2); West(51.7); Northeast (48.4)Sector index breakdown: multi-family residential (52.8);commercial/industrial (52.2); mixed practice (52.1);institutional (49.6)CONTINUE READING >WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12TH10:00 AM - 2:00 PM - 10.12.22 NM TRAVERTINE TOUR OF THE QUARRY AND FABRICATION PLANT (3 HSW / 2 ASLA) (1) - CLICK HERETHURSDAY OCTOBER 27TH5:30 PM - 7:30 PM - MOCK BID NIGHT (2 HSW PENDING APPROVAL) - CLICK HEREAIA ALBUQUERQUEEVENT CALENDAROCTOBER 202210.12.22 NM TRAVERTINE TOUR OF THE QUARRY AND FABRICATION PLANT (3 HSW / 2 ASLA) (1)WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12THREGISTEREnjoy a luncheon and refreshments while learning about the quarry process and touring the fabrication plant Time & LocationOct 12, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM MDTBelen, 3700 Camino Del Llano, Belen, NM 87002, USAAbout the EventWe will meet at Rocky Mountain Stone no later than 9:00 a.m on 10.12.2022. (RMS located at: 4741 Pan American West Freeway NE). We will travel to New Mexico Travertine’s Sais Quarry about 50 miles southeast of Albuquerque.After touring the Sais Quarry, we will travel to NewMexico Travertine’s Fabrication Plant for lunch and tour of the facility at: 3700 Camino Del Llano, Belen, NMCOVID Protocols Observed - Transportation to be determined.Limited to 25 Attendees Copyright: Canva ProBUILTENVIRONMENT

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26ABC NEW MEXICO EVENT CALENDAROCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2022FRIDAY OCTOBER 14TH12:00 PM - 4:00 PM: CHILI COOK OFF & CAR SHOW - CLICK HERETHURSDAY OCTOBER 20TH6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION - CLICK HEREFEATURED JOBSSuperintendentSDV ConstructionCarpenter - GT1 StructuralSandia National LaboratoriesRoof Inspector / TechnicianEx-E1 Sustainable Building Systems, LLCManager, Construction ContractNew Mexico State UniversityWEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26TH5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: SETTING AND ACHIEVING GOALS - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2ND5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: SETTING AND ACHIEVING GOALS - CLICK HERETHURSDAY NOVEMBER 17TH11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: NOVEMBER MEMBER LUNCHEON - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30TH4:00 PM - 6:00 PM: HOLIDAY MEMBER MIXER - CLICK HEREBUILTENVIRONMENT

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27NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SPENDING DOWN 0.4% IN AUGUST, SAYS ABCWASHINGTON, Oct. 3—National nonresidentialconstruction spending was down 0.4% in August,according to an Associated Builders andContractors analysis of data published today by theU.S. Census Bureau. On a seasonally adjustedannualized basis, nonresidential spending totaled$859.3 billion for the month.Spending was down on a monthly basis in 10 of 16nonresidential subcategories. Privatenonresidential spending was down 0.1%, whilepublic nonresidential construction spending wasdown 0.8% in August.Copyright: Canva ProSpending was down on a monthly basis in 10 of 16nonresidential subcategories. Privatenonresidential spending was down 0.1%, whilepublic nonresidential construction spending wasdown 0.8% in August.“The disparity between high contractor confidenceand worrisome macroeconomic outcomes persists,”said ABC National Chief Economist Anirban Basu.“According to ABC’s Construction Confidence Indexand Backlog Indicator, many contractors remain inexpansion mode and expect to experience risingsales and profit margins going forward. Many alsoexpect their employment levels to be higher in sixmonths.“But the nonresidential construction data indicatethat consistent spending growth remains elusive,”said Basu. “Given the rising costs of projectfinancing and delivering construction services, thatis not surprising. Arguably, it is contractorconfidence that is counterintuitive.“Reconciling strong microeconomic perspectivewith weak macroeconomic outcomes involveslooking at segment-specific data,” said Basu. “Whilesome segments like office and lodging continue tostruggle in the context of behavioral shifts wroughtby the pandemic, other segments are showingsignificant momentum...CONTINUE READING >NEW MEXICO STATE LEGISLATIVE TRACKERDuring the legislative session, the AssociatedBuilders and Contractors of New Mexico followslegislation that effects the construction industry inNew Mexico. We keep you informed on legislationwe support and oppose. If you have strong feelingsabout the legislation we are tracking or would likeus to track legislation important to you, we wouldlike to hear from you. Please call or email CarlaKugler at 505-830-4222 or CKugler@abcnm.orgVIEW LEGISLATION TRACKED BY ABC NEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENT

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28UPCOMING DATESOCTOBER -NOVEMBER 2022October 20th: NMUCA Social - 4-6pm Bosque Brewing (Eubank)October 25th - 27th - NM Regional Common Ground Alliance SummitNovember 4th - NMUCA End of Year Social - Paradise Hills Golf Course 6pm - 10pm NMUCA NEWSLETTEROCTOBER 2022From the Executive Director's DeskHello Members,We only have two more events before the end ofthe year. I hope to see you at both. On October 20,we'll host a social at the new location of BosqueBrewing on Eubank. In November, we'll have ourEnd of Year Social. We had so much fun last yearand plan to do it again! This month, the NM Regional Common GroundAlliance EXPO is scheduled for October 25-27. Iencouraged our contractors to attend since wehave filled the conference with helpful andinformative information for utility contractors.Please attend. See info in this newsletter. Be safe out there this month. Remember, there area lot of out-of-town folks here and they do NOTdrive like New Mexicans, and they'll be looking atthe skies! I hope you all enjoy our fabulous BalloonFiesta this year!I hope to see you soon; until then, Stay Safe andSane! BUILTENVIRONMENT

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29WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTIONNEW MEXICOWICNM NEWSLETTERAUGUST 2022 >HELLO MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF WICNM,WE ONLY HAVE A COUPLE OF EVENTS LEFT FORMEMBERS THIS YEAR, AND I HOPE YOU WILL BE ABLE TOATTEND BOTH OR ONE OF THOSE EVENTS. ONSEPTEMBER 21ST, WE WILL BE HAVING A NETWORKINGEVENT WHILE HAVING SOME FUN BOWLING! SEE THEFLIER BELOW AND SIGN UP QUICKLY AS WE HAVELIMITED SPACE FOR THIS ONE. OUR CHRISTMAS PARTY ISIN NOVEMBER, SO WATCH YOUR EMAIL ANDNEWSLETTER FOR MORE DETAILS AS WE GET CLOSER.THE PHILANTHROPY COMMITTEE CONDUCTED ASUCCESSFUL SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE FOR CUIDANDO LOSNIÑOS LAST MONTH. MIA FROM CUIDANDO SAID THATTHEY WERE ABLE TO HELP DOZENS OF FAMILIES ANDHAVE ALSO FULLY STOCKED THEIR CLASSROOMS FORTHE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR. THANK YOU TO THEVOLUNTEERS AND TO THOSE WHO DONATED TO THISWORTHY CAUSE. WE’RE WORKING ON A VOLUNTEER DAYFOR THE CENTER TO TRANSFORM A ROOM INTO ASTORAGE FACILITY FOR HOUSEHOLD ITEMS GIVEN TORESIDENTS WHEN THEY MOVE INTO THEIR OWN PLACE.THE BOARD WILL BE HOLDING A PLANNING SESSION INNOVEMBER, AND WE WELCOME YOUR INPUT! IF YOUHAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR NEXT YEAR, PLEASE EMAILUS AND LET US KNOW. THANK YOU FOR YOURMEMBERSHIP AND PARTICIPATION; YOU MAKE OURASSOCIATION STRONG. WE ARE STILL A SMALL NUMBERAWAY FROM MEMBER #100, SO IF YOU’RE THINKINGABOUT BECOMING A MEMBER, NOW IS THE BEST TIME.SEE YOU SOON! JANE JERNIGAN, WICNM PRESIDENT“GIVE BACK”WE LOVE TO HIGHLIGHT OUR WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION IN OURNEWSLETTER. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT A STORY OF INTEREST ORSUCCESS BY YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TOWICNM WITH A PICTURE & STORY. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS DOES NOTINCLUDE SHARING EVENTS.11/18 CONSTRUCTING CHEER HOLIDAY PARTY2022 DATESACCEPTING DONATIONSMONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY FROM 10 AM TO 3 PMARE YOU SPRING CLEANING? ARE YOU CLEANING OUTYOUR CLOSETS? CONSIDER DONATING ITEMS TO S.A.F.E.HOUSE OF ALBUQUERQUE.WHILE SURVIVORS OF INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE ARE ATTHE SHELTER, WE PROVIDE THEM WITH ALL THE BASICNECESSITIES THEY NEED INCLUDING TOILETRIES,BEDDING, LINENS, ETC. WHEN THEY LEAVE THE SHELTER,WE WORK WITH THEM TO ENSURE THEY HAVE WHATTHEY NEED TO CONTINUE SAFELY ON THEIR HEALINGJOURNEY.DONATIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT THRIFTIQUE, (6001LOMAS BLVD. NE, SUITE Q), OUR THRIFT STORE. ITEMSTHAT ARE NOT USED BY OUR RESIDENTS ARE SOLD TOTHE GENERAL PUBLIC TO HELP FUND THE SHELTER. CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF ITEMS NEEDEDBUILTENVIRONMENT

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The Built Environment had touchedground on expansive and novelrenovations with project and city officialsMonday, at what will be the renewed LosAltos Park in northeast Albuquerque. Both project managers for the city andthe general contractor said that out ofthe $15.5 million in investments for thecurrent phase, six and a half million incosts have been spent to date.This allotment was derived from theLodgers Tax, general obligation bonds,transportation tax and state capitaloutlay funds. The Los Altos Park Project is the also theCity of Albuquerque’s first constructiondevelopment that complies with the new THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WALKS THE LOS ALTOS PARK RENOVATION SITEBy Dane Vaughn, The Built Environment10/05/202230CONSTRUCTION NEWSNEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENTmandate for project labor agreements.New softball fields, a community building,as well as improved vehicle andpedestrian access are expected by earlynext year. High Mesa Consulting Group was on sitefor the pre-demo surveying.Out of 218 trees, demolition left 41decades-old-trees standing still. 253 newtrees will be planted by the end of thecurrent construction phase.The project managers of the site said thatthey’ve made close to 3,000 holes fordugout posts, existing utilities and thefiber optics loop for securityinfrastructure; getting out of theunderground work will be their next bigmilestone.Pace Iron Works has supplied all the steelfor the new and near complete frame forthe multipurpose community building.The building will hold restrooms, conce- Facing southeast, photo depicts what will be a multi-purpose community building made with steel from Pace Iron Works.

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-ssions,  meeting  rooms  and  communityevents.23.7 acres of the site are being graded tofit  the  five  new  softball  fields.  AccentLandscape  Contractors  Inc.  islandscaping  the  new  ball  fields,  whichaccording  to city  officials, weren’t  up tostandard for tournament circuits.“A big reason for this was to sort of boostthe  tourism  side  of  the  economy,especially in this particular part of town,”said  Public  Information  Officer  ScottCilke.Cilke said that the upgrade would help toaccommodate  regional  travelingtournaments.The cluster of  Paz  Baseball  Fields, HartyAthletic  Complex  and  Maag  BallfieldComplex  are  the  project’s largestcompetitors in the state for hosting largetournaments.  In  Las  Cruces,  the  three-block  radius  of  parks  contains  a  total  of15 fields.we had to figure out how we could fit fivecompetition  softball  fields  because  it’s300 feet from home plate.”Pope  went  on  to  drive  home  the  city’sexpressed  need for  a central  pedestrianspine  to  provide access  to  food  and  firetrucks.The  general contractor  working the  siteis  Jaynes  Corporation  and  their  ProjectManager Stetson Chandler  said  that  thisis his  biggest  project  yet.  Chandler waspreviously the assistant project managerfor the $120 million dollar renovation atSandia Casino  and  has  been with  Jaynesfor seven years.“This is a little bit new for Jaynes. We’redefinitely  more  of  the  verticalconstruction type,” said Chandler.Jaynes  isn’t  accustomed  to  procuringnetting  and  shading  materials  forprojects. Delays for the usual materials,according  to  Chandler,  haven’t  been  anissue.Labor  conflicts  were  wavering  into  theunknown with the novel use of a projectlabor agreement. In December of 2021,the City of Albuquerque passed an -31BUILTENVIRONMENTThe  city  and  MRWM  LandscapeArchitects coordinated to up the ante bysqueezing in the fifth extra field.“That was one of the driving  factors, aswell  as  making  it  more  accessible”continued Associate Landscape ArchitectJohn Pope, “that was the big challenge,

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32BUILTENVIRONMENTordinance that would require any projectworth more than $10 million to mandatePLAs. “This project is a little bit differentbecause some of the requirementsprobably don’t really get met a lot onhere, compared to the amount of laboryou would need for a project like theairport where it really comes into play,”said Chandler.Deputy Director of MunicipalDevelopment for the City ofAlbuquerque Jennifer Turner mentionedthat this project was the first to enforce aPLA and the next would be the SunportRenovation.“Our city council made the decision toenact the PLA ordinance, then there wasback and forth on it but ultimately itstood the political process,” continuedTurner, “our job is just to implement it, sowe stay on schedule and budget.” PLAs have been a point of contention onboth the local and national level. KRQEreported in April that the AlbuquerqueCity Council came close to repealing theordinance despite local labor union pleas.Later that month, Mayor Tim Keller’sveto wasn’t met with enough votes tooverride the repeal.In a statement from Associated Buildersand Contractors vice president ofregulatory, labor and state affairs BenBrubeck openly opposed PresidentBiden’s executive order requiring PLAsfor federal projects over $35 million. “The Biden administration continues tomove forward with its steady drumbeatof burdensome, inflationary and anti-competitive policies that will needlesslyraise costs on taxpayer-fundedconstruction projects and steer contractsto unionized contractors and workers,”said Brubeck.The Built Environment will be trackingthis project and the AlbuquerqueInternational Sunport renovation to theircompletion. The following phase for this project isnested on $10 million in funds for a BMXPump Track Facility, a new dog park, anew horseshoe court, a new playgroundand the overflow of the initial phase.

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Depending upon the results of thisNovember’s election, the University ofNew Mexico may soon see theconstruction of a long-anticipated Centerfor Collaborative Arts and Technology,which is slated to go up on the mainAlbuquerque campus.The idea behind the center, besideshousing teaching space for the creativearts, is all about saving space: currently,the school’s College of Fine Arts hasvarious functions located in 13 separatebuildings.UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, WITH A HANDFUL OF BIG PROJECTS, HOPING FOR NOVEMBER BOND APPROVALBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter10/03/202233BUILTENVIRONMENTeducation facility projects across thestate. Of that total, $89.2 million will gofor various works at UNM.Besides the collaborative arts andtechnology center, UNM officials are alsohoping to see built what is being calledthe Children’s Psychiatric Center, whichwill be a part of the UNM Health SciencesCenter on the north campus.The psychiatric center will encompass24,500 square feet and will be dedicatedto diagnosing and treating a wide varietyof children’s mental healthcare issues.The GO bond is also slated to fund aseries of facility projects on the Gallup,Los Alamos, Taos, and Valencia UNMcampuses.Copyright: Flickr (Creative Commons)The new multi-story center will bring allthose functions together under one roof,and will include technical and equipmentlabs, as well as performance space for themusic and theater departments.In November, New Mexican voters willdecide on up to $215 million in generalobligation bonds to fund a host of higher FEDERAL FUNDING SECURED FOR MUCH- DISCUSSED TAOS PUEBLO HERITAGE PROJECTBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter09/30/2022Around $2.4 million in federal funding isbeing made available to the Taos Pueblofor the construction of a long-plannedheritage center.The funding is coming through theEconomic Development Administrationunder the auspices of the Department ofCommerce and will be added to fundingthat the project has already secured viathe State of New Mexico.The EDA is tasked with providing supportto communities defined as economicallydistressed. Through the Coronavirus Aid,

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-Relief, and Economic Security Act, theEDA has received up to $1.5 billion infunding for communities dealing with thepandemic.In announcing the award for the TaosPueblo project, Commerce SecretaryGina Raimondo said President Biden is“committed to supporting Tribalcommunities in their recovery from thecoronavirus pandemic.”Additional funding to the tune of $2million has also been secured for theconstruction of a vocational trainingcomplex at the Picuris Pueblo.The Taos Pueblo Heritage Center isslated to go up on a more than 14-acresite just to the north of the Taos Plaza.The project in its entirety will include ahotel, plaza, and learning spaces.34BUILTENVIRONMENTSUBARU DEALERSHIP TO RELOCATE TO SITE OF FORMER COOPERAGE RESTAURANTBy Brian Fernandez, Albuquerque Business First10/02/2022Fiesta Subaru is set to relocate to a largerpiece of property, to betteraccommodate its inventory.The existing shop will move down thestreet to a new site at 7100 Lomas Blvd.where the Cooperage restaurant oncestood. The dealership, which is currentlyunder construction, is anticipated to openin early 2023.“We’re looking to make it a more modernand bigger building,” said Chad Tyson,director of marketing and communityrelations for Fiesta Auto Group. “That’swhy we thought it would be perfect toput a nice, brand new Subaru buildingup.”Tyson said it will be a geographicaladvantage for people to spot, being at thebusy intersection of Lomas Boulevardand Louisiana Boulevard.The dealership, and its new neighboracross the street, Fiesta Mitsubishi, fallunder the umbrella... Continue reading >HYDE PARK CAMPING LOOP TO CLOSE FOR CONSTRUCTIONBy Staff, Santa Fe New Mexican10/03/2022The New Mexico State Parks Division willclose the main camping loop at HydeMemorial State Park near Santa Fe forconstruction of an exploratory waterwell.A partial closure of the main campingloop and the Piggyback Trail beganMonday, and full closure will begin Oct.11, the agency said in a news release. Thearea will remain closed until the spring2023 for the safety of visitors andconstruction workers. The campground'selectric loop sites will remain open. Continue reading >Copyright: Canva Pro

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35BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW AIRPORT TERMINAL DESIGN APPROVEDBy WIll Hooper, Taos News09/29/2022The Taos Regional Airport is set to get anew terminal after a vote by the AirportAdvisory Board to approve a planpresented by Albuquerque basedArmstrong Consultants.The new plan will bring a new, one-story,roughly 8,000 square foot terminal to theairport — complete with a cafe andconference space.Two different terminal designs weresubmitted by Armstrong andarchitectural contractor Gensler to theAirport Advisory Board last Thursday(Sept. 22), one of which contained adesign for an approximately 10,000square foot, two-story terminal, in whichthe cafe, conference room and a loungewould be upstairs.Due to funding constraints, however, theboard — at the advice of Town of TaosManager Andrew Gonzales — chose toapprove the single story design. The townreceived a Community DevelopmentBlock Grant from... Continue reading > NOVEMBER BALLOT INCLUDES $51 MILLION IN BOND FUNDING FOR NMSU PROJECTSBy NMSU Newsroom09/30/2022New Mexico voters will be asked on Nov.8 to approve several general obligationbond questions on the back of theirballot, including two that will providecritical funding for the New Mexico StateUniversity system. There is no tax rateincrease associated with approval ofthese bonds.If approved by voters, GO Bond 3 willprovide $51.1 million for construction,renovation and modernization projectsacross the NMSU system, including $22.5million for engineering facilities and$15.5 million for nursing, health andeducation facilities at its Las Crucescampus. NMSU-Grants and Doña AnaCommunity College would also receivefunding for campus-wide infrastructureimprovements, renovations andequipment. Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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A Michigan-based battery recyclingcompany has announced plans to build anew and extensive processing facility inEloy, Arizona.The company, Cirba Solutions, which isheadquartered in the southeast Michigancity of Wixom, wants to build the plant,which will focus on recycling lithium-ionbatteries needed for electric vehicles.The facility is expected to measurearound 75,000 square feet and will beadded to an existing one-story structurelocated in the 1300 block of WestBattaglia Road in Eloy.The recycling facility, which will also betasked with sorting, warehousing, anddiagnostic testing, will be the secondoperation belonging to Cirba in Arizona. BATTERY RECYCLING PLANT TO BE LAUNCHED IN ARIZONABy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter10/04/2022Copyright: Canva ProIn a statement, David Klanecky, chiefexecutive officer of Cirba, noted that thefederal incentives and state mandatesensure that “lithium-ion battery recyclingwill be critical for auto manufacturers tomeet demand and have a sustainablefuture.”The new Eloy facility, to be run via Cirbaaffiliate Heritage Battery, is expected tobe fully operational by next summer.36CONSTRUCTION NEWSSOUTHWESTBUILTENVIRONMENTLARGE MIXED-USE PROJECT SLATED FOR CONSTRUCTION IN LITTLETONBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter09/30/2022Work could begin late next year on amassive project in Littleton, Colorado,that will see the building of bothresidential and commercial structures.The project, to go up on a currentlyvacant 33-acre site in the 7700 blocks ofSanta Fe Drive, belongs to Evergreen DevCo, which has offices in Denver and hasspearheaded large projects in both theCentennial State as well as Arizona.Copyright: Canva Pro

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The planned RiverPark project isexpected to cost as much as $200 millionto fully develop.In an interview with the Denver BusinessJournal, Evergreen managing principalTyler Carlson said the project has beenreduced by about 10% from its originalvision of 270 individual residential units,three retail spaces, and five restaurants.The project has now secured theunanimous approval of the LittletonPlanning Commission.Involved in a multitude of projects,Evergreen began the process late lastyear of demolishing a former Searsdepartment store at the Chapel Hills Mallin Colorado Springs and replacing it witha 300-unit housing complex to be calledOverlook Briargate.Evergreen purchased that property for$5.7 million with plans to build a mix ofone, two, and three-bedroom units, aswell as a fitness center and clubhouse.If all goes according to plans, work on theRiverPark project could be completedsometime in 2025.Members of the Scottsdale City Councilhave given their approval to what is beingcalled Hazel & Azure, a project that willgo up at 4605 N. Scottsdale Road and willinclude in excess of 14,000 square feetground floor retail space.That approval follows on a thumbs upfrom the city’s Development ReviewBoard in August.The project belongs to ZOM Living, whichis headquartered in Orlando, Florida, andhas undertaken similarly large residentialprojects in the Sunshine State, as well asboth North and South Carolina, andTexas.37BUILTENVIRONMENTBIG SCOTTSDALE RESIDENTIAL PROJECT MAY SEE CONSTRUCTION BY NEXT SPRINGBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter09/29/2022A two-building project that will see theconstruction of just over 530 luxuryapartments in Scottsdale has cleared abig hurdle.Copyright: Canva ProThe Hazel building part of the project willhouse just over 362 units to thenorthside of the site, with at least 13,000square feet of commercial space. TheAzure building will encompass 170residential units and just under 1,000feet of commercial space.The Azure building will also feature arooftop swimming pool.If all goes as planned, work on the Hazel& Azure project should be underway bynext spring.

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submitted to the Texas Department ofLicensing and Regulation. The development’s buildings will totalabout 548,000 square feet and 155,000square feet. The first building has anestimated cost of $37 million, while thesecond is expected to run at $12 million. The ownership is listed as SP White FtWorth JV, LLC. The project appears to beassociated with Indiana-based ScannellProperties and Dallas-based Old HouseCapital. The contact... Continue reading >38BUILTENVIRONMENTTEXAS AWARDS $307M FOR 2 PROJECTS TO BUILD 14 MILES OF BORDER WALLBy Julie Strupp, ConstructionDive10/04/2022A few miles from downtown Aspen, Colo.,a development will provide 277 newaffordable homes for an areaexperiencing a dire affordable housingcrisis. Designed by Cushing Terrell, the11-acre Aspen Lumberyard AffordableHousing neighborhood aims to serve as apedestrian-friendly... Continue reading >Texas has given the green light to twoU.S.-Mexico border wall constructionprojects worth a total of $307 million,according to the Texas FacilitiesCommission, which will togetherencompass nearly 14 miles of newbarrier. The TFC on Thursday approved a$167 million contract for NewMexico-based Southwest ValleyConstructors to build 6.7 miles ofwall near Del Rio, Texas, and a $140million contract with BFBC of Texas,a subsidiary of Bozeman, Montana-based Barnard Construction, to build6.95 miles of wall in the Rio GrandeValley.Dive Brief: Continue reading >NEW 700,000-SQUARE- FOOT INDUSTRIAL PROJECT IS HEADING TO FORT WORTHBy Spencer Brewer, Dallas Business Journal10/04/2022A new industrial project totaling over700,000 square feet is inbound for FortWorth. The development, called West GSWLogistics Crossing, is located on East 1stStreet and has an estimated price tag of$49 million. The project will contain twobuildings, according to documents IN DIRE NEED OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING, ASPEN, COLO. WILL GET A DEVELOPMENT THAT PROVIDES 277 AFFORDABLE HOMESBy Novid Parsi, Building Design Construction10/04/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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Micron Technology will invest up to $100billion over the next two decades to builda semiconductor factory in upstate NewYork, the chipmaker announced Tuesday.The fabrication facility will be the largestin U.S. history and will support nearly50,000 New York jobs, the company said.Micron will invest $20 billion by the endof the decade and plans to expand fromthere. The announcement comes afterPresident Biden signed a bipartisan bill toprovide lucrative new subsidies tocompanies that produce microchips inthe U.S. Micron will also benefit from$5.5 billion in incentives from New Yorkstate. Continue reading >MICRON TO INVEST UP TO $100 BILLION IN NEW YORK CHIP PLANTBy Karls Evers-Hillstrom, The Hill10/04/202239CONSTRUCTION NEWSNATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Canva ProHURRICANE IAN: FLORIDA EXPEDITES ROAD WORK AS DAMAGE COMES INTO FOCUSBy Derek Lacey, Engineering News Record10/03/2022Hurricane Ian’s devastation is cominginto view days after the storm decimatedsouthwest Florida. Work is underway torebuild much of the state’s electrical,transportation and other infrastructure,with certain emergency road repairsexpedited and restoration of powerprioritized after the storm's devastationleft millions in the... Continue reading >Not actual photo of damage caused by Hurricane Ian.Copyright: Canva ProCONSTRUCTION JOB OPENINGS UP BY 54,000IN AUGUSTBy Staff, Metal Construction News10/04/2022The construction industry had 407,000job openings in August, according to anAssociated Builders and Contractorsanalysis of data from the U.S. Bureau ofLabor Statistics’ Job Openings and LaborTurnover Survey. JOLTS defines a jobopening as any unfilled position for

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which an employer is actively recruiting.Industry job openings increased by54,000 last month and are up by 45,000from the same time last year.Construction workers quit their jobs at afaster rate than they were laid off ordischarged for the 18th consecutivemonth in August. Continue reading >40BUILTENVIRONMENTMULTIFAMILY CONSTRUCTION DELAYS CONTINUE AS PRICES, PERMITTING TIMES RISEBy Jennifer Goodman, ConstructionDive10/04/2022A majority of multifamily developers arestruggling with project delays related tofinancing, material price increases andpermitting, according to a new NMHCsurvey.Ninety percent of respondents reportedconstruction delays, with 78% of thisgroup reporting delays in permitting and86% experiencing start delays. The cost of materials remains on the rise,with 76% of respondents to the quarterlyconstruction survey experiencing priceincreases in projects, at an average rateof 9%. One bright spot is that lumberprices, on average, declined for a secondstraight quarter, dropping 2% over thelast three months.Forty-one percent of respondents citedeconomic uncertainty as a contributingfactor to their delayed starts, more thandouble the percentage of respondents inboth March and... Continue reading >Copyright: Canva Pro

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The continuing demand for yet more self-storage space across the country has nowseen the building of facilitiesrepresenting a total footprint of 1.6billion square feet.And according to the websiteStorageCafe, the demand shows no signof slackening, even though up to 45.2million square feet of self-storage spacewas built in just 2021 alone.New announced projects in the last twoweeks include a 70,000 square footfacility in Clearwater, Florida, to belongto the Atlanta-based company NitnealPartners. A 93,000 square foot facility isset for construction by the GuilderlandRealty Partners Guilderland, New York.SELF-STORAGE INDUSTRY STILL BOOMING, PRIMED FOR MORE GROWTH IN 2023By Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter10/04/2022Copyright: Canva ProA 122,000 square-foot facility, built bythe Mangat Group, is set to open inPeoria, Arizona; meanwhile, U-HaulInternational is converting an existingbuilding in Santa Fe to a self-storagefacility, creating in the process just over103,000 square feet of space.In the last decade, according to reports,the number of new self-storage facilitieshas grown by an almost impossible-to-imagine 926%. While an average $1billion a year was spent on theconstruction of such new facilitiesbetween 2012 and 2015, the figuresjumped to more than $3 billion in 2018and has stayed at that level ever since.Part of the reason for the continuingdemand for more self-storage space,according to a survey conducted by thesite RentCafe, has to do with thecontinuing large number of people whotoday live in apartments.Questioning around 4,200 renters, thesurvey found that some 21% arecurrently using self-storage facilities,while 12% said they had plans to use suchfacilities in the future.Positive long-term prospects for theindustry are seen in the age of thosedoing the storing, with 44% ofGeneration X renters, born between1965 and 1980, making up the largestcustomer base.Another growing group, the Millennials, 41CONSTRUCTION NEWSTRENDSBUILTENVIRONMENT

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-born between 1981 and 1996,comprised 30% of active users.In a statement accompanying the survey,Maria Gatea, an analyst with RentCafe,pointed out that the “recent need tocarve out space at home for home officesor gyms, plus an increase inmultigenerational living,” are two factorscontributing to the ongoing need formore self-storage space.due to labor conflicts or shortages ofskilled workers.”Respondents to the Associated Buildersand Contractors survey, however, saidthey thought such agreements decreaseeconomy and efficiency in governmentcontracting, while also reducingcompetition from subcontractors.A nearly unanimous 99% of respondentsdeclared that they were not likely to bidon projects governed by thoseagreements.In a statement, Ben Brubeck, vicepresident of regulatory, labor and stateaffairs with ABC, said the agreementmandates “undermine inclusiveworkforce development, hiring and smallbusiness subcontracting practices andhinder the ability of the best contractorsto safely deliver taxpayer-fundedconstruction projects on time and onbudget.”42BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW INDUSTRY POLL SHOWS MASSIVEOPPOSITION TO PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENTSBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter09/30/2022A new survey conducted by theWashington-based Associated Buildersand Contractors shows overwhelmingopposition on the part of contractors tofederally imposed project laboragreements.The numbers could not get much greater:according to the survey, 98% ofresponding contractors said they wereagainst such agreements, many arguingthat they result in increased projectcosts.Earlier this year President Biden signedan executive order requiring theimposition of project labor agreements inall federal building contracts with a dollarvalue of $35 million or more.Labor unions have generally supportedsuch agreements, with the AFL-CIOcontending that they ultimately protecttaxpayers by “eliminating costly delays Read up on the City of Albuquerque's first PLA mandated project HEREIt is thought that Biden’s project laboragreements order could ultimatelyimpact up to $262 billion in federalprojects.The agreements historically tend to seenew life depending upon who is in theWhite House: President George W. Bushsigned an executive order prohibitingagencies from requiring them, an orderthat was subsequently revoked byPresident Barak Obama.Although President Trump never -

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-officially rescinded Obama’s order, hevoiced opposition to them. No suchagreements were imposed during thefour years of Trump administration.43BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION SPENDING DIPS, BUT CONTRACTORS REMAIN OPTIMISTICBy Sebastian Obando, ConstructionDive10/04/2022Nonresidential constructionspending decreased 0.4% in Augustdue to rising costs of both financingand delivering construction services,reflecting a persistent disparitybetween high contractor confidenceand gloomy macroeconomic trends.Spending shrunk on a monthly basisin 10 0f 16 nonresidentialsubcategories in August, according toan Associated Builders andContractors analysis of datapublished Monday by the U.S. CensusBureau. Highway and water supply spendingboth fell 1.2% on a monthly basis,while public safety spending dropped1.3%. Lodging and sewage were thebiggest gainers, growing 1.6% and1.4%, respectively.Dive Brief: Continue reading >MILWAUKEE, WI — Drones — the aerialeye of the jobsite — have become a veryversatile tool for earthmovingoperations. Among the benefits:increasing efficiency, productivity, andaccuracy on jobsites. In addition, droneshelp reduce unplanned costs and reworkthroughout a project by providing asteady stream of jobsite progress data.As drone technology evolves, the greaterthe return of investment in employingthem, points out Zach Pieper, Director ofOperations and Co-Owner of QuantumLand Design, a company that managesand prepares 3D data required forconstruction projects of any scale. “Thatis why is it important for those in theconstruction industry, especially inearthmoving, to learn about usingdrones,” he said. Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProDRONES ARE BENEFITTING EARTHMOVING OPERATIONSBy Staff, Associated Construction Publications09/30/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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ABOUT WESTWINDSince 1991 Westwind Landscape has provided comprehensive, high quality, award winning, landscape andirrigation design and construction services for public works agencies, educational institutions, commercialand residential clients in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and surrounding areas.Our experienced staff includes Licensed Contractors, Landscape Architects, Arborists, ConstructionManagers, Licensed Journeyman Sprinkler Fitters, Construction Foremen, and Skilled Laborers. Projectexperience ranges from large complex public works projects to small, detailed residential installations. Wespecialize in large sports and recreation facilities including earthwork and grading, large irrigation systems,and natural or synthetic turf fields. Westwind Landscape is the New Mexico representative for Field Turfand Easy Turf synthetic turf products. We take pride in providing outstanding customer service and qualitywork.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 881-8925WESTWIND LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION INCCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBER2739 Vassar Place NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107329000 Planting/LandscapingPROJECTSATHLETIC FIELDS AND COMPLEXESDESIGN/BUILDLANDSCAPE AND SITE CONSTRUCTIONLEARN MORE >LEARN MORE >LEARN MORE >47SUB-CONTRACTORSFEATURED COMPANYBUILTENVIRONMENT

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federal, state, county and municipal governments. As well as educational facilities and private commercialclients. Weil Construction has offices in Albuquerque (NM), Alvarado (TX), Colorado Springs (CO), SanAntonio (TX) and Wichita Falls (TX). The company works throughout the southwest and western UnitedStates. Weil Construction has a solid core of highly skilled and experienced construction professionals thatinclude: project managers, estimators, superintendents, carpenters, laborers, trades specialists, qualitycontrol managers and safety specialists. Weil Construction has extensive in-house, self-performcapabilities that enable the company to execute significant amounts of work itself, thereby promoting highstandards of quality, safety and performance throughout the course of a project regardless of the project’slocation. For our customers, this translates into cost effective, efficient projects professionally delivered ontime and in budget. CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 899-3535COMPANY ORIGINFounded by Chris Weil in 2005, Weil Construction, Inc. specializes in WEIL CONSTRUCTION INCCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBER3344 Princeton Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107000310 General ContractorPROJECTSSOUTHERN REGIONAL FIRE DEPARTMENT HQFIRE TRAINING CENTERGIBSONMEDICAL CENTERLEARN MORE >LEARN MORE >LEARN MORE >48GENERAL CONTRACTORSFEATURED COMPANYBUILTENVIRONMENT

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50FEATURED PROJECTSPROVIDED BY CONSTRUCTION REPORTER2022-6705: SOCORRO LANDFILL EW & LINER INST. CELLS 3-4Liner system installation for landfill cellsLEARN MORE > 2022-679A: EDITH MURRAY COMMUNITY CENTER PROJECTThe project consists of an approximate 2,790 square foot community center with large meeting hall, kitchen, restrooms, and mechanical room.LEARN MORE > 2022-694C: APS-CORONADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3- ROOM ADDITION: ART, MUSIC AND GENERAL CLASSROOMLEARN MORE > PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL >BUILTENVIRONMENTA 2-story 3-classroom building with concrete foundation, metal studs and drywall, stucco exterior finish, and built-up roofing system. Work will include all associated Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing systems, as well as, minimal site workCopyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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Total Planroom Visitors: 153 + SOCORRO LANDFILL EARTHWORK AND LINER INSTALLATION CELLS 3&4CLICK HERE TO ACCESS PROJECT: 2022-6705 >OWNER: City of SocorroKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 111 School of Mines RdSocorro NM 87801Phone Number:(575) 835-0240Bid Date/Time: 10/12/2022 - 03:00pm MSTAddenda/Memo Count: 0/0Estimated Cost: $1,000,000Phase: Bidding Stage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: Site Work / Non-BuildingPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewENGINEER: Magee & Associates Inc.Address: 8412 Arco PlaceMesilla Park NM 88047Phone Number:(575) 523-9613MANDATORYPre-Proposal Conference09/29/2022 - 10:00 AMSocorro Landfill2465 Highway 1Socorro, New Mexico 8780151PROJECT INFORMATIONBUILTENVIRONMENTLiner system installation for landfill cells.SCOPE:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Marvin Magee - marvin@mageeandassociates.comDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 10.07.2022SUBMIT BIDS TO:Socorro City Hall 111 School of Mines RoadSocorro, New Mexico 87801PROJECT NOTES:Specifications: 1 FileBlueprints: 1 FileDOCUMENTSAddenda: 0 File

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Total Planroom Visitors: 296 + PROJECT INFORMATIONEDITH MURRAY COMMUNITY CENTER PROJECTCLICK HERE TO ACCESS PROJECT: 2022-679A >OWNER: Village of San YsidroKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 398 State Road 4San Ysidro NM 87053Phone Number:(575) 834-7398Bid Date/Time: 10/19/2022 - 02:00pm MSTAddenda/Memo Count: 0/0Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: New ConstructionCategory: Federal / State / MunicipalPublic Funding: YesPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewCIVIL ENGINEER: Souder Miller & AssociatesAddress: 5454 Venice Ave NE Ste DAlbuquerque NM 87113Phone Number:(505) 299-0942Pre-Proposal Conference09/28/2022 - 10:00 AMVillage Office398 State Road 4San Ysidro, NM 8705352BUILTENVIRONMENTThe project consists of an approximate 2,790 squarefoot community center with large meeting hall,kitchen, restrooms, and mechanical room.Construction will be wood frame, stucco, and metalroof. Internal finishes include brick flooring (asalternate), painted drywall and viga ceiling withrough-sawn paneling (as alternate).SCOPE:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Tod Phinney - tod.phinney@soudermiller.comDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 10.12.2022SUBMIT BIDS TO:Village OfficeAttention: John Urban398 State Road 4San Ysidro, NM 87053PROJECT NOTES:Specifications: 1 FilesBlueprints: 1 FileDOCUMENTSAddenda: 0 File

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Total Planroom Visitors: 334 + APS-CORONADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3-ROOM ADDITION: ART, MUSIC AND GENERAL CLASSROOMCLICK HERE TO ACCESS PROJECT: 2022-694C >OWNER: Albuquerque Public SchoolsKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 915 Oak St. SEAlbuquerque NM 87106Phone Number:(505) 848-8822Bid Date/Time: 10/19/2022 - 03:00pm MSTAddenda/Memo Count: 0/0Estimated Cost: $2,500,000 Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: New ConstructionPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewARCHITECT: G Donald Dudley ArchitectAddress: 400 Gold Ave SW, Studio 850Albuquerque NM 87102Phone Number:(505) 243-8100MANDATORYPre-Proposal Conference09/28/2022 - 02:00 PMCoronado ElementarySchool - Cafeteria601 4th St SWAlbuquerque, NM 8710253PROJECT INFORMATIONBUILTENVIRONMENTA 2-story 3-classroom building with concretefoundation, metal studs and drywall, stucco exteriorfinish, and built-up roofing system. Work will includeall associated Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbingsystems, as well as, minimal site work.SCOPE:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Karen Alarid - Alarid_k@aps.edu OR G. Donald Dudley -studio@dondudleydesign.comDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS:10.12.2022SUBMIT BIDS TO:Submission of Price Proposal – Volume I, Wednesday,October 19,2022 @ 3:00 mstAPS Procurement6400 Uptown Blvd. NESuite 500EAlbuquerque, NM 87110Submission of Technical Proposal – Volume II, Thursday, October 20, 2022 @ 3:00 mstAPS Procurement6400 Uptown Blvd. NESuite 500EAlbuquerque, NM 87110PROJECT NOTES:

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Reginald Chavez ES - to design a new building of approximately 35,204 squarefeet that includes but is not limited to administration, cafeteria/kitchen, gym,and additional classrooms including a music classroom.2022-6BB8 RFQ- APS-ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES – REGINALD CHAVEZ FINAL PHASEOWNER: Albuquerque Public Schools Offsite Procurement Office54FEATURED PROJECTSARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, & DESIGN CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL >The City of Farmington is requesting proposals from qualified engineering firmsthat can adequately demonstrate their ability to redesign the bulk fuel facilitylocated at the Municipal Operations Center Fleet Fueling Site.2022-6B46 DESIGN SERVICES FOR BULK FUEL FACILITYOWNER: City of FarmingtonCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >Duranes Elementary School Preliminary Scope: to retrofit the existing schoolinto an Early Childhood Center using the APS kit of parts.2022-6BB7 RFQ-APS-ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES – DURANES EARLY CHILD CENTEROWNER: Albuquerque Public Schools Offsite Procurement OfficeCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >This BPA will issue future calls for individual Hazardous Fuels and Restorationproject areas. The scope covers Federal and Non-Federal lands within 150 milesof and including the administrative boundaries of the Apache-Sitgreaves...2022-670D SOUTHWEST STEWARDSHIP BPA – US FOREST SERVICEOWNER: USDA Forest Srvc/Prcrmnt&Prprty/NAT'L Stewardship CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >BUILTENVIRONMENT

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2022-69EE: FLAGSTAFF RAIL PROJECT >SCOPE: Flagstaff is slated to see long-awaited improvements to its freight and passenger rail infrastructure as a result of just-announced federal funding through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.Project Information:Estimated Cost: $32,400,000Phase: PreBidStage: Conceptual / No DesignStatus: New Project / EditorialProject Type: Site Work / Non-BuildingCategory: Airports / Transportation / RailPublic Funding: YesPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONCopyright: Canva ProFlagstaff is slated to see long-awaitedimprovements to its freight andpassenger rail infrastructure as a result ofjust-announced federal funding throughthe Infrastructure Investment and JobsAct.That funding, awarded by the federalDepartment of Transportation, willtarget work along the historic BurlingtonNorthern and Santa Fe SouthernTranscontinental Corridor and is part of atotal $32.4 million in funding that theArizona city is receiving for a variety oftransportation infrastructure projects.The rail project is popularly known as theDowntown Mile Project and will also seethe construction of a new regional transitcenter.In a statement, Coconino County ChairPatrice Horstman said the project will“relieve traffic congestion in the busiestsection of downtown Flagstaff and willensure traffic and pedestrianconnectivity in and out of downtown thatwill ensure the safety of all citizens.”The funding is also expected to pay forthe construction of three newunderpasses and the installation ofpedestrian railroad gates on Beaver andSan Francisco streets. FLAGSTAFF SECURES FEDERAL MONEY FOR BIG RAIL PROJECTBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter09/22/202255BUILTENVIRONMENT

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGChildren's Promise (Subbid)PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALAir Moving EquipmentEnoch Mechanical IncDesign Balance Inc Albuquerque WinnelsonFarmington Heating & MetalCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER230000 HEATING,VENTILATION & A/C MEMBERS Ph: 505-647-3303 Ph: 505-344-7979 Ph: 505-298-6910 Ph: 505-884-1553 Ph: 505-325-4505 VIEW MORE > SCOPE OF WORK: Renovation of an existing office buildinginto a pre-school. Complete interiordemolition, new interior walls, plumbing,HVAC distribution, all new plumbing,painting, carpet, structural work, exteriormodifications, landscaping and sitefencing.2022-6A5810/18/202202:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESS$1,500,000CLICK HERE ADDITIONS / RENOVATIONS / UPGRADEAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDNEW PROJECT57ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $1.5 MILLIONBUILTENVIRONMENT

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58BUILTENVIRONMENTPROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETING2022-647C: Monte Vista Elementary School Classroom Building Addition And Administration RenovationsPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALDKD Electric LLC APIC Solutions IncBixby Electric IncCED (ABQ)Centauri SalesCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER260000 ELECTRICAL MEMBERS Ph: 505-922-1196 Ph: 505-345-1381 Ph: 505-842-5384 Ph: 505-872-4111 Ph: 505-823-9816 VIEW MORE > SCOPE OF WORK: A 2-story 3-classroombuilding with concrete foundation, metalstuds and drywall, stucco exterior finish,and built-up roofing system. Work willinclude all associated Mechanical,Electrical, and Plumbing systems, as wellas, minimal site work.10/12/202203:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESS$6,000,000CLICK HERE MANDATORY09/14/202202:00 PM MSTNEWCONSTRUCTIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $6 MILLION

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PROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETING2022-6BB1: Construction Services for CARE Young Adult Program ProjectPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALDKD Electric LLC APIC Solutions IncBixby Electric IncCED (ABQ)Centauri SalesCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER260000 ELECTRICAL MEMBERS Ph: 505-922-1196 Ph: 505-345-1381 Ph: 505-842-5384 Ph: 505-872-4111 Ph: 505-823-9816 VIEW MORE > SCOPE OF WORK: Second Floor interiorRenovation of the CARE Facility forDepartment of Behavioral Health ServicesYoung Adult Program. Approximately 10,300 GSF includes minor demolition ofinterior walls, all new finishes, plumbingand electrical fixtures, mechanicalmodifications, new low voltage systems,furniture.11/01/202202:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESS$1,300,000CLICK HERE RECOMMENDED10/04/202201:00 PM MSTSITE WORK / NON-BUILDINGAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDNEW PROJECT59ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $1.3 MILLIONBUILTENVIRONMENT

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The project is located in Maxwell, NM and includes approximately 3,950 LF of pavement surface restoration, sidewalk, drive pads, curb and gutter replacement, curb return replacement and miscellaneous items to provide a complete and functional project.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $1,050,000NEW MEXICOPOST-BID PROJECTS ESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $6.82 MILLION2022-5D0D: TINAJA AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS60Asphalt, base course, earthwork, pavement markings, runway edge lighting, conduit, cable and lights.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $3,000,0002022-50AC: CAVERN CITY AIR TERMINAL RUNWAY 14R-32L RECONSTRUCTIONThis project will consist of replacing an existing water main and associated services from Turrentine Dr. to Locust St., and a 3" mill/overlay from Turrentine Dr. to Triviz Dr., along with associated concrete work, and striping.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $2,775,0002022-636D: UNIVERSITY AVE. WATERLINE & MILL OVERLAY IMPROVEMENTSBUILTENVIRONMENT

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORYTinaja AvenueImprovementsPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2022-5D0D09/08/202211:00 AM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: The project is located in Maxwell, NM andincludes approximately 3,950 LF ofpavement surface restoration, sidewalk,drive pads, curb and gutter replacement,curb return replacement andmiscellaneous items to provide acomplete and functional project. Therestoration is to include cold milling andasphalt surfacing.$1,050,000CLICK HERE Roadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTContract Awards: 1 Low $903,765.00Pacheco Construction & Trucking IncPROJECTOWNERPROJECTCIVIL ENGINEERVillage of Maxwell(575) 375-2752PO Box 356,Maxwell NM 87728Dennis Engineering Company(505) 281-28806020 Indian School RD NEAlbuquerque NM 87110BID RESULTS/AWARDSESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $1.05 MILLIONPROJECT TYPE LEGENDDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter Member61BUILTENVIRONMENT

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PROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORY2022-50AC: Cavern City Air Terminal Runway 14R-32L ReconstructionPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL07/28/202202:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Asphalt, base course,earthwork, pavement markings, runwayedge lighting, conduit, cable and lights.$3,000,000CLICK HERE Airports / Transportation / RailContract Awards: 1 Low $4,100,000.00 Constructors Inc2 Low $5,600,000.00 J & H Services IncPROJECTOWNERPROJECTENGINEERCity of Carlsbad(575) 234-7905101 N. Halagueno,Carlsbad NM 88220Molzen-Corbin & Associates(505) 242-57002701 Miles Rd SEAlbuquerque NM 87106BID RESULTS/AWARDSESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $3 MILLIONPROJECT TYPE LEGENDDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter Member62BUILTENVIRONMENT

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PROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORY2022-636D: University Ave. Waterline & Mill Overlay ImprovementsPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL09/29/202202:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: This project will consistof replacing an existing water main andassociated services from Turrentine Dr. toLocust St., and a 3" mill/overlay fromTurrentine Dr. to Triviz Dr., along withassociated concrete work, and striping.$2,775,000CLICK HERE Federal / State / MunicipalContract Awards: 1 Low $2,732,811.00A Mountain Construction2 Low $3,051,115.00Caliper ConstructionPROJECTOWNERCity of Las Cruces (575) 541-2555700 N Main StLas Cruces NM 88001BID RESULTS/AWARDSESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $2.77 MILLIONPROJECT TYPE LEGENDDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter Member63BUILTENVIRONMENT

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NEW MEXICOWAGE DETERMINATIONSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022BERNALILLO COUNTYSAN JUAN COUNTYSAN MIGUEL COUNTYEDDY COUNTYDONA ANA COUNTY64BUILTENVIRONMENTSOCORRO COUNTYOTERO COUNTYSANTA FE COUNTYSANDOVAL COUNTY

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactAPS Food & Nutrition Chiller Room HVACSan Bar Striping- Routine-Dona AnaWAGE DETERMINATIONSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022ECA/CEC Security Fencing and Low VoltageRequestedDateDenise HammerAlbuquerque Public Schools09/30/2022Constitution & Carlisle Signal InstallShawn MadenCity of Albuquerque 09/30/2022Wage Decision StatusAlbuquerque Public Schools09/30/2022CPC Seclusion Room FloorDebbie OwensUNM Hospital09/30/2022Chamiza ES Security UpgradesAlbuquerque Public Schools09/29/2022Lead and Coal Radar RnRShawn MadenCity of Albuquerque09/29/2022ASW 16-131A SWTP Finished Water Reservoirs PAX SystemRochelle LarsonAlbuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority09/29/2022Del Norte Security ContinuedFaye RogersAlbuquerque Public Schools09/29/2022Wilson MC CCTV UpgradesAlbuquerque Public Schools09/29/2022Shelly MayNMDOT09/29/2022Tony SparksMildred OrtizWage DecisionApprovedMildred OrtizBE-22-2458-BBE-22-2453-ADA-22-2457-ABE-22-2462-BBE-22-2464-BBE-22-2465-ABE-22-2454-HBE-22-2446-ABE-22-2451-ABE-22-2459-ABernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County65COUNTY LEGENDWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENT

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactP2301325 2022- 2895 DAC Grass Masters-Santa Teresa Fire Station RemodelGymnasium Floor RefinishingWAGE DETERMINATIONSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 20222022-2023 PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT PHASE ARequestedDateVanessa Morales- RomeroCity of Las Cruces09/29/2022I-10 & I-25 Extruded Panel SignsShelly MayNMDOT 09/29/2022Wage Decision StatusDona Ana County09/28/20224614 Kent Hall ForecourtYvonne TellezNMSU09/27/2022Gadsden High School Academic Building Metal Roof System ReplacementGadsden Independent School District09/27/2022NMSU Chihuhuan Desert Park FencingGary MartinezNMSU09/27/2022City of Carlsbad Street MaintenanceMatt FletcherCity of Carlsbad09/29/202222302015 2023- 1882 Carlsbad Smithco Bataan Lift StationMatt FletcherCity of Carlsbad09/29/2022Bronson Street RepavingCity of Carlsbad09/27/2022Todd BishopSan Juan College09/28/2022Donald BullardNancy VelaWage DecisionApprovedMatt FletcherDA-22-2420-BDA-22-2414-ASJ-22-2442-BDA-22-2422-ADA-22-2439-BDA-22-2448-AED-22-2450-AED-22-2426-AED-22-2449-ADA-22-2456-ABernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County66COUNTY LEGENDWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENT

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactBoys & Girls Club Gym RoofRoofing at Public Housing SitesWAGE DETERMINATIONSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022Temporary Health ClinicRequestedDateTodd BishopSan Juan College09/28/2022Boys and Girls Club gym roof replacement CES MM 2023-2002 DSKGMonica SosaAztec Municipal School District09/28/2022Wage Decision StatusCity of Aztec09/28/2022Lincoln Ave Paving Project- MF- Hays Plumbing- 230730Maria GilvarryCity of Las Vegas09/30/2022Casa San Ysidro Portal Repairs and Wood PreservationCity of Albuquerque09/28/2022Water Sub MeteringGreg Van WartCentral New Mexico Community College09/26/2022Tierra Contenta Trail RepairZoe IsaacsonCITY OF SANTA FE09/30/2022Cerrillos Senior Center and Turquoise Trail Fire Station #3Amanda Patterson- SanchezSanta Fe County09/29/2022DormitoryNew Mexico School for the Arts09/28/2022Karen EmerySanta Fe County09/26/2022Joni GayJuanito SernaWage DecisionApprovedElizabeth RomeroSA-22-2447-BSA-22-2397-BSF-22-2421-CSM-22-2461-ASJ-22-2438-BSJ-22-2440-BSF-22-2460-ASF-22-2423-CSF-22-2443-BSJ-22-2452-BBernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County67COUNTY LEGENDWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENT

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactOutdoor learning space - LPE basketball court concrete repair/replace CES MM Sunland 2023- 2082WAGE DETERMINATIONSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022Road Improvements for four roads in Agua FriaRequestedDateKaren EmerySanta Fe County09/26/2022Weir Hall Low Slope Roof Repair CES 2023-2080 MEMKimela MillerNew Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology09/30/2022Wage Decision StatusBelen Consolidated Schools09/30/2022Jones Hall Parkin Lot Paving CES PO 2023-2047 MEMKimela MillerNew Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology09/30/2022Complex - DESIGN, CONSTRUCT,AND IMPROVE THE SOCCER FIELd...Alamogordo Public Schools09/30/2022Replace 40-Ton HVAC Unit - Alamogordo Public LibraryBob JohnsonCity of Alamogordo09/26/2022Donna ButlerJustin BurksWage DecisionApprovedOT-22-2468-AOT-22-2419-BSO-22-2463-ASO-22-2466-ASO-22-2467-BSF-22-2413-ABernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County68COUNTY LEGENDWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedWage DecisionApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENT

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DOCUMENTNUMBERLIENRECORDED DATE GRANTOR GRANTEEALBQ CITYFACILITY SOLUTIONS GROUP GRACE HOMES INCDOWNTOWN ABQ APT LLC ALBQ CITYRANCHO VISTA MOBILE HOME PARK LLCCORONADO WRECKING & SALVAGE CO UPTOWN SQUARE VENTURES LLC BANK AMERICA MID AMERICA CONTRACTING INC 2022086270 Subdivision RAYNOLDS Lot 422022085503202208525709/22/202209/20/202209/20/2022Subdivision ADOBE WELLS Tract A2NO LEGAL202208486009/19/2022Subdivision JEANNEDALE 5 Tract C1B169COMMERCIAL LIENSBERNALILLO COUNTYBUILTENVIRONMENT

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NEW MEXICOREAL ESTATETH E B UI L T E NV I RO NM E NT MA GA Z IN ERELIGOUS PROPERTY REUSE > NEAR TWO MILLION LISTING FOR LAST CENTURY THEATER >FEATUREDPROPERTYModern Elder Academy Set to Repurpose Santa Fe Archdiocese Property > Late 1950's-Era Downtown Greeley Movie House Listed for Sale > 2022-1E72: Building Sale-Historic Property-233 Canyon Road >FORGET 2023 - VAST MAJORITY OF REALTORS THINK THENEXT RECESSION IS ALREADY HERE >

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71PAGE 72 AFFILIATESPAGE 84 FEATURED REAL ESTATE COMPANYPAGE 86 FEATURED PROPERTIESPAGE 87 FEATURED LANDPAGE 88 PROPERTIES FOR SALEPAGE 88 LAND FOR SALEPAGE 90 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS REAL ESTATE HOMEPAGE79BUILTENVIRONMENTMODERN ELDER ACADEMY SET TO REPURPOSE SANTA FE ARCHDIOCESE PROPERTY >78REAL ESTATE NEWS NEW MEXICORENT RELIEF HAS HELPED OVER 41K ABQ RESIDENTS >79LATE 1950'S-ERA DOWNTOWN GREELEY MOVIE HOUSE LISTED FOR SALE >80REAL ESTATE NEWS SOUTHWESTNEW PARTNERSHIP WILL BRING DUAL-BRAND HOTELS TO PARK CENTRAL >81FORGET 2023 - VAST MAJORITY OF REALTORS THINK THE NEXT RECESSION IS ALREADY HERE >82REAL ESTATE NEWS NATIONALPROVENDER PARTNERS ACQUIRES 483K-SF FOOD RELATED INDUSTRIAL PORTFOLIO FOR $29.9 MILLION >83OFFICE-DEMAND INDICES CONTINUE TO TUMBLE AT CLOSE OF SUMMER >83AUBURN UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES INSTITUTE FOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT >83STUDIOS AT PARKWAY DEVELOPMENT TO START CONSTRUCTION NEAR MEOW WOLF >79PHAIDON INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES DALLAS OFFICE MOVE TO SPEARHEAD RAPID GROWTH STRATEGY >8182

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73THURSDAY NOVEMBERR 17TH2:00 PM - 3:00 PM - WEBINAR: SIOR TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR TENANT REPS - CLICK HERESUPPLY CHAIN CHALLENGES HELP SPUR INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION BOOMThe precise origins of the ongoing supplychain disruptions that have resulted in globalproduct shortages across the board are stillbeing debated, but one thing is abundantlyclear: the challenges are not likely to beresolved anytime soon.“The biggest question in 2022 is, ‘When is thesupply chain going to return to normal?’” saysBen Hackett, founder of Hackett Associates,which provides trade consulting services tothe international maritime industry as well asthe National Retail Federation (NRF). “Thecurrent backlog and congestion is gettingmuch better, and the supply chain is on itsway to returning to normal—the new normal—but it could shift again by June or July oncegoods start flowing normally out of Chinaagain.” (At press time, the port city ofShanghai had been shut down due to a newoutbreak of COVID-19).CONTINUE READING >Copyright: Canva ProSIOR EVENT CALENDAR2022BUILTENVIRONMENT

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75BUILTENVIRONMENTCARNM EVENT CALENDAROCTOBER 2022WHY THE ONCE-ROUTINE ‘DESIGN, BID, BUILD’ PROCESS IS SO OUT OF WHACKTrying to determine and act on the next constructionmaterial that reaches high-scarcity levels isconfounding the construction industry, according toa new Construction Outlook report from JLL.“Volatility around materials is hitting developer’swallets at a higher rate than initially anticipatedearlier this year,” according to the report.JLL said it expects materials prices overall this yearto rise by 18%, up from its 12% forecast made at thestart of 2022.“Delays are pretty much universal at this point,”Andrew Volz, JLL Project and Development ServicesAmericas research lead, said in prepared remarks.CONTINUE READING >Copyright: Canva ProTHURSDAY OCTOBER 13TH8:30 AM - 9:30 AM: CCIM BOARD MEETING - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19TH8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: LIN MARKETING MEETING – HOST NEEDED - CLICK HERECopyright: Canva Pro

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76NAIOP EVENT CALENDAROCTOBER 2022ADVANCING SUSTAINABLE BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT WITH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPSThe proximity of some brownfields – typicallyformer industrial sites or other contaminatedproperties – to business centers andtransportation networks can make them primetargets for redevelopment, but the need forenvironmental remediation can be daunting.Additionally, new government and communitypriorities, regulations and incentives regardingsustainability are likely on the horizon. This willaffect developers engaged in these projects andhow they approach them. Effectively navigatingpublic-private partnerships can ease the burdenand result in higher-performing, sustainableprojects, according to a new study published bythe NAIOP Research Foundation.“Sustainable Brownfield Development” wasauthored by Christopher De Sousa, Ph.D., MCIP,RPP, professor, School of Urban and RegionalPlanning, Toronto Metropolitan University, and isan analysis of two dozen brownfield projects thatinclude best practices for developers and theirpublic and nonprofit partners.Key takeaways from the study include:Identifying and Prioritizing Project Objectives.Most project proponents were concerned early onabout the barriers typically associated withbrownfield projects (e.g., added costs, delays),with private sector partners expressing additionalconcern over the extra costs and the perceivedloss of opportunity associated with addingsustainability and greening measures. Earlyidentification of these concerns allowed partnersin the public and private sectors to work throughhow to financially support brownfield andsustainability elements.CONTINUE READING >Copyright: Canva ProTUESDAY OCTOBER 11TH7:30 AM - 9:00 AM: SKILLING UP NEW MEXICO, HELP BUILD THE SOLUTION - CLICK HEREBUILTENVIRONMENTMONDAY OCTOBER 24TH11:30 AM - 1:30 PM: OCTOBER 24TH NAIOP LUNCHEON - GROWING OPPORTUNITY - CLICK HERETHURSDAY OCTOBER 27TH5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: OCTOBER 27, 2022 NAIOP DL HAPPY HOUR - SAFE HOUSE DISTILLING CO. - CLICK HERESATURDAY OCTOBER 29TH11:00 AM - 3:00 PM: OCTOBER 29, 2022 NAIOP DL CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT - RIO BRAVO BREWING - CLICK HERE

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77BUILTENVIRONMENTSBA EVENT CALENDAROCTOBER 2022STATEMENT FROM THE OFFICE OF U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATOR ISABELLA CASILLAS GUZMANWASHINGTON – Yesterday, after experiencing mildsymptoms, U.S. Small Business Administration(SBA) Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzmantested positive for COVID. She is fully vaccinatedand boosted and is grateful that the vaccine hasprevented her from experiencing more significantsymptoms. She is sharing the news of her positiveCOVID test out of an abundance of transparency.The Administrator’s office is in the process ofnotifying those with whom she may have been inclose contact following CDC guidance. ThePresident is not considered a close contact.Administrator Guzman will isolate at home for fivedays and return to the office after testing negativefor the virus. During that time, she will maintain avirtual work schedule.About the U.S. Small Business AdministrationCONTINUE READING >Copyright: Canva ProTUESDAY OCTOBER 13TH10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: - TALK SMALL BUSINESS THURSDAYS - CLICK HERESBA AWARDS FUNDING TO ORGANIZATIONS TO DELIVER SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMWASHINGTON – Today, Administrator IsabellaCasillas Guzman , head of the U.S. Small BusinessAdministration (SBA) and the voice for America’s 33million small businesses in President Biden’sCabinet, announced the awarding of $300,000 infunding to four organizations to deliver existingtraining programs through the SBA’s Service-Disabled Veteran Entrepreneurship TrainingProgram.“Our veterans and military families are animportant source of America’s entrepreneurialstrength, bringing leadership experience, a spirit ofservice, and their can-do attitude to everything theyundertake,” said Administrator Guzman.CONTINUE READING >

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A program that offers life-enhancingprograms for adults may soon beupgrading and repurposing a retreatcenter that formerly belonged to theArchdiocese of Santa Fe.In early 2021, the Modern ElderAcademy purchased for around $8million land at the Saddlebag Ranch inGalisteo, with the goal of building bothmeeting and residential space for itsstudents.MODERN ELDER ACADEMY SET TO REPURPOSE SANTA FE ARCHDIOCESE PROPERTYBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter09/29/202250 Mount Carmel Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Copyright: LoopNetThe Saddlebag Ranch location is set toalso serve as the group’s newheadquarters.But now Modern Elder’s plansadditionally call for the building of newdormitory space at the formerImmaculate Heart of Mary Retreat andConference Center, located at 50 MountCarmel Road.That center, formerly a part of theArchdiocese of Santa Fe, was auctionedoff in the spring of 2021 as part of thearchdiocese’s bankruptcy proceedings.Modern Elder has announced plans toapply for a special use permit from theCity of Santa Fe to build a 9,500 squarefoot structure at the Mount Carmel Roadsite. The group additionally wants torenovate some of the existing buildings atthe site, while building new sidewalks onCamino de Cruz Blanca, which runs alongthe west side of the site.The Modern Elder Academy has alreadyheld one public input meeting regardingits plans for the former archdioceseproperty. Those plans will eventually beexamined by the City of Santa Fe’sHistoric Districts Review Board.Opening its first campus in 2018 in BajaCalifornia Sur, the Modern ElderAcademy bills itself as the “world’s firstmidlife wisdom school,” described byForbes magazine as a “boutique resortfor midlife learning and reflection.”78REAL ESTATE NEWSNEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENT

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Last year, the city of Albuquerquereceived $24 million in federal funds tohelp residents hurt by the pandemicmake rent and utility payments.But a partnership with the state of NewMexico ensured far more assistancemade its way to city dwellers.The city pooled its resources with thestate’s much larger allotment, growingthe initial pot to $185.5 million. Continue reading >RENT RELIEF HAS HELPED OVER 41K ABQ RESIDENTSBy Jessica Dyer, Albuquerque Journal10/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro79BUILTENVIRONMENTConstruction should start by mid-October on the 29-unit Studios atParkway at 1189 Parkway Drive nearMeow Wolf.These 1,490-square-foot commercialcondos in eight buildings will have moreof a village feel, with architectural flair,than an anonymous business park feel,said Leslie Giorgetti, one of the partnersof Anova LLC, the developer of theproject.Mayor Alan Webber is expected at theTuesday groundbreaking, she said. Continue reading >STUDIOS AT PARKWAY DEVELOPMENT TO START CONSTRUCTION NEAR MEOW WOLFBy Teya Vitu, Santa Fe New Mexican10/03/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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A movie house that opened to greatfanfare in May of 1957 in downtownGreeley, Colorado, featuring the hitmusical Oklahoma!, is being listed for salefor $1.7 million.The opening of the Colorado Theater inwhat was then a city of around 23,000people made the front page of theGreeley Daily Tribune, with openingnight featuring city officials, klieg lights,and a local high school pep band.It was noted that the new theater couldseat nearly 900 people, with a screencapable of showing the latestCinemaScope offerings.The building served as a movie house forLATE 1950'S-ERA DOWNTOWN GREELEY MOVIE HOUSE LISTED FOR SALEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter10/03/2022Copyright: Waypoint Real Estate, LoopNetnearly two decades until it waspurchased by the University of NorthernColorado Foundation, hosting anynumber of concert and opera events.UNC moved the operations of theFoundation Hall to another location in2019.Located in downtown Greeley at 15148th Avenue, the building, measuringnearly 15,600 square feet, sits on a just-over 1-acre site on a commercial blockthat has seen a good deal ofredevelopment in recent years.A modern four-story structure housingaround 220 apartments was built some 3years ago at 8th Avenue and 16th Street,with other apartment projects for an areajust to the north of the University ofNorthern Colorado being discussed.The building, advertised as a candidatefor multi-family and retailredevelopment, is being listed with theWaypoint Real Estate firm of Fort Collins.80REAL ESTATE NEWSSOUTHWESTBUILTENVIRONMENT

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An exciting collaboration between public,private and nonprofit entities is bringingto life two new hotels at Park Central —with extensive community benefits aswell. The dual-branded Home2 Suites/Tru byHilton hotels will add 207 total guestrooms to the Park Central property,spanning five stories and covering a totalof 105,000 square feet of space.Construction is set to begin before theend of the year.The team bringing the hotel to lifeincludes a broad spectrum of entitieswith deep ties to the community,including:• Plaza Companies, Holualoa Companiesand Fayth Hospitality Group as co-developers Continuer reading >NEW PARTNERSHIP WILL BRING DUAL- BRAND HOTELS TO PARK CENTRALBy AZ Business Magazine10/05/2022Copyright: Canva Pro Phaidon International recently expandedits physical presence in Dallas, movinginto a new office space. Situated at TwoTurtle Creek, the new office is at the topend of Oak Lawn Avenue, overlookingTurtle Creek Boulevard. The expansion isin response to the firm’s continuedgrowth in the southern region andconstitutes another investment inimproving the service offering to localclients and candidates. Continue reading >81BUILTENVIRONMENTPHAIDON INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES DALLAS OFFICE MOVE TO SPEARHEAD RAPID GROWTH STRATEGYBy Phaidon International10/04/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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A new realtors survey indicates thatdespite reports of an upcoming recessionin, perhaps, early 2023, some 68%believe that that recession most likelystarted this summer.The survey, conducted by the SanFrancisco-based Morrison Foerster lawfirm, also shows that an overwhelmingnearly 76% of respondents thought thatthe national housing market has peakedand is now in a downward phase.In individual responses to the surveyquestions, respondents said they thoughtthe upper end of the residential markethas most likely either leveled off ordeclined, although prices are continuingto increase.At the same time, and showing thedynamic differences between the sellingand renting markets, just over 69% ofrespondents disagreed with the question:“Do you think that the rental housingmarket in the U.S. has peaked and beguna downward phase?”FORGET 2023 - VAST MAJORITY OF REALTORS THINK THE NEXT RECESSION IS ALREADY HEREBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter09/29/2022Copyright: Canva ProIn fact, just under 81% of respondentssaid they thought the multi-familyapartment sector is still in anexpansionary phase.Respondents were similarly bullish whenasked if they thought the nation’s retailcycle has made a comeback from itspandemic doldrums, with 59% saying yes.Similarly, 74% said they thought thehospitality sector had “emerged from thebottom of the cycle.”In the area of commercial real estate,around 80% of respondents thought themarket today is significantly worse thanwhere it was a year ago; with 70%believing that things are only going to getworse in the next 12 months.82REAL ESTATE NEWSNATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTREAD THIS WEEKS SPOTLIGHT:ANALYSTS PONDER: WHEN IS A RECESSION A RECESSION? >

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A leader in educating real estatedevelopment professionals, AuburnUniversity has announced a new Institutefor Real Estate Development that willenable Auburn to become a nationallyrecognized hub for exceptional realestate instruction, thought leadershipand research innovation across all majorproperty sectors.Funded by a lead gift of $5 million froman anonymous donor, the institute willbuild on the strengths of the AuburnMaster of Real Estate Development, orMRED, program, an executive graduatedegree offered jointly by the Raymond J.Harbert College of Business and theCollege of Architecture, Design andConstruction. Continue reading >AUBURN UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES INSTITUTE FOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENTBy Laura Schmitt, Auburn University 10/04/2022Copyright: Canva ProNEWPORT BEACH, Calif. - Oct. 4, 2022 -PRLog -- Provender Partners hasacquired a four-property food productionand distribution portfolio totaling483,000-square square fromSpartanNash for $29.9 million. Continue reading >83BUILTENVIRONMENTPROVENDER PARTNERS ACQUIRES 483K-SF FOOD RELATED INDUSTRIAL PORTFOLIO FOR $29.9 MILLIONBy Provender Partners10/04/2022Office demand continued to decline inAugust, the latest sign hybrid work and amore pessimistic economic outlookcontinue to weigh on the U.S. officemarket recovery.VTS Inc.'s monthly tracker of office spacedemand, the VTS Office Demand Index,found demand for office space fell 11.5%in August, from 52 to 46. A measure of100 is a baseline measurement of whereoffice demand was in 2018 and 2019. Continue reading >OFFICE-DEMAND INDICES CONTINUE TO TUMBLE AT CLOSE OF SUMMERBy Ashley Fahey, Albuquerque Business First 10/03/2022

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FEATURED REAL ESTATENEW MEXICOCopyright: Copyright: Located on Santa Fe’s historic Canyon Road, this iconic downtown restaurant and retail space is a classic example of the “Santa Fe Style” and is typical for the area. Historically designated as contributing to Santa Fe’s heritage, it was likely originally built as a residence about 200 years ago and later converted to the restaurant and retail space, similar to other properties alongCanyon Road.LEARN MORE > FEATURED PROPERTY FOR SALE2022-1E72: BUILDING SALE-HISTORIC PROPERTY-233 CANYON ROADCopyright: LEARN MORE > FEATURED LAND FOR SALE2022-2B29: LAND SALE-COMMERCIAL LAND- 1500 W BLODGETT ST85This 2.09 acre parcel is a corner location on a busy intersection, located just south of West Pierce St. and north of West Church Street, is zoned R-2, located near residential, church, pre-k school and commercial use with a probable chance of commercial zone change if needed, has access to City water, sewer & electric. BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Colliers, LoopNetCopyright: Dunagan Associates, LoopNet

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2022-1E72: Building Sale- Historic Property-233 Canyon Road >233 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Located on Santa Fe’shistoric Canyon Road, this iconic downtown restaurantand retail space is a classic example of the “Santa FeStyle” and is typical for the area. Historicallydesignated as contributing to Santa Fe’s heritage, itwas likely originally built as a residence about 200years ago and later converted to the restaurant andretail space, similar to other properties along CanyonRoad.Attachments: Brochure >Real Estate Agent:ColliersProperty Information:Sale Type: Owner UserProperty Type: RetailBuilding Size: 4,600 SFBuilding Class: CYear Built/Renovated: 1900/2011Copyright: Colliers, LoopNet$2,825,00086FEATURED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATECOMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Colliers, LoopNetCopyright: Colliers, LoopNetCopyright: Colliers, LoopNet

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2022-2B29: Land Sale- Commercial Land-1500 W Blodgett St >1500 W Blodgett St Carlsbad, NM 88220 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: This 2.09 acre parcel is a corner location on a busy intersection, located just south of West Pierce St. and north of West Church Street, is zoned R-2, located near residential, church, pre-k school and commercial use with a probable chance of commercial zone change if needed, has access to City water, sewer & electric.Real Estate Agent:Dunagan AssociatesLand Information:Sale Type: Investment or Owner UserProperty Type: LandProperty Subtype: CommercialTotal Lot Size: 2.09 ACPrice Per AC: $131,579Copyright: Dunagan Associates, LoopNet$275,00087FEATURED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATECOMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Dunagan Associates, LoopNetCopyright: Dunagan Associates, LoopNet

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PROPERTYFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICEBUILDINGSIZEVIEW DEALCOMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALENEW MEXICODESCRIPTION2514 Coors Blvd SWPerfect opportunity to have your company in this primeindustrial location. Property features shop, office space and aone-bedroom apartment. Busy location for retail and lightindustrial area, with M-1 zoning. 3 Phase electricity on the pole.$800,000Albuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCLICK HERECITY LEGEND3,437 SFREAL ESTATEPHOTO88BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: EXP Commerical, LoopNetPROPERTYFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICETOTAL LOT SIZEVIEW DEALCOMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALENEW MEXICODESCRIPTION1507 Golf Course RdEast facing property with 163 of frontage on Golf Course drivewith over 10,000 cars per day. The property is approved forNC: NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT . Property hasutilities to the site and will need to have Septic added.$271,000CLICK HERE0.84 AcresREAL ESTATEPHOTOCopyright: Berger Briggs, LoopNet

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APPLIED PLANETARY SCIENCE: DART’S BULLSEYE >SPACE NEW MEXICOT H E B U I L T E N V I R O N M E N T M A G A Z I N EGROUND SOFTWARE SERVICE PROVIDERBELCANATLAS Space: A ‘Netflix’ for satellite ground operations software >Engineering Better Outcomes >CASEY ANGLADA DERAADSupport for start-ups is key to win space race >

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92SUPPORT FOR START-UPS IS KEY TO WIN SPACE RACE >96SPACE NEWS NEW MEXICOAPPLIED PLANETARY SCIENCE: DART’S BULLSEYE >93SPACE NEWS NATIONALATLAS SPACE: A ‘NETFLIX’ FOR SATELLITE GROUND OPERATIONS SOFTWARE >93PAGE 96 AFFILIATESPAGE 94 EVENTSPAGE 95 FEATURED SPACE COMPANYSPACE NEW MEXICO HOMEPAGE9393BUILTENVIRONMENT

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For a time last month it appeared NASAwas going to have an unusualdoubleheader. The agency was workingtowards a September 27 launch of theSpace Launch System and Orion on theArtemis 1 mission, after a tanking testconfirmed that they had resolved ahydrogen leak and after getting approvalfrom the Eastern Range for the rocket’sflight termination system, whichexceeded its 25-day certification earlierin the month.Continue reading >APPLIED PLANETARY SCIENCE: DART’S BULLSEYEBy Jeff Foust, The Space Review10/03/2022Copyright: Canva Pro93SPACE NEWSNATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENT"We are a ground software serviceprovider," ATLAS Space co-founder MikeCarey told Breaking Defense. "We'vecome up with a very modern, cloud-based, scalable secure platform by whichany number of antennas can be broughtin."Continue reading >ATLAS SPACE: A ‘NETFLIX’ FOR SATELLITE GROUND OPERATIONS SOFTWAREBy Theresa Hitchens, Breaking Defense10/03/2022Copyright: Canva pro

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94BUILTENVIRONMENTSPACE EVENTSNATIONWIDEA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch a U.S. Space Force mission, USSF 67, from the Kennedy SpaceCenter, Florida.The Pléiades Neo 5 and 6 Earth observation satellites will launch aboard an Arianespace Vega-Crocket for Airbus from Kourou, French Guiana.EXPECTED THIS NOVEMBEROCTOBER 8THThe Draconid meteor shower, which is activeOct. 6-10, will peak overnight.OCTOBER 9THThe full moon of October, known as theHunter's Moon, arrives at 4:55 p.m. EDT (2055GMT).VIEW FULL CALENDAR >OCTOBER 25THThe new moon arrives at 6:48 a.m. EDT (1048GMT).OCTOBER 20TH - 21STThe annual Orionid meteor shower, which isactive all month long, peaks overnight. OCTOBER 25THA partial solar eclipse will be visible fromparts of Europe, northern Africa, the MiddleEast and western parts of Asia. OCTOBER 26THA Russian Soyuz rocket will launch theProgress 82P cargo ship to the InternationalSpace Station from Baikonur Cosmodrome,Kazakhstan.NOVEMBER 1STA United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket willlaunch the Joint Polar Satellite System 2 (JPSS2) for NASA and NOAA as well as the Low-Earth Orbit Flight Test of an InflatableDecelerator (LOFTID) on a test flight. LOFTIDis a joint project between NASA and ULA. NOVEMBER 4THThe annual South Taurid meteor showerpeaks overnight.NOVEMBER 16THA Cygnus cargo freighter will launch to theInternational Space Station from Pad 0A,Wallops Island, Virginia, aboard a NorthropGrumman Antares rocket. NOVEMBER 7TH - 8THA total lunar eclipse will be visible from Asia,Australia, North America, parts of northernand eastern Europe and South America.NOVEMBER 8THThe full moon of November, known as theBeaver Moon, arrives at 6:02 a.m. EST (1102GMT).

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95NEW MEXICO SPACE INDUSTRYFEATURED COMPANYBUILTENVIRONMENTTo better serve customers, Belcan created four business models designed to act as centers of excellence:Engineering Solutions, Workforce Solutions, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Solutions and Government ITSolutions. Each unit is designed to accelerate the business goals of our customers through unmatchedexpertise and a commitment to measurable results.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(800) 423-5226Founded in 1958, Belcan has become a global technological leader.Today, Belcan has over 10,000 professionals serving hundreds ofcustomers in over 60 locations worldwide.BELCAN#131 A&B Union Plaza, 2300 Buena Vista Dr SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106Engineering Better OutcomesAIRBUS SELECTS BELCAN AS STRATEGIC SUPPLIER FOR ENGINEERINGSERVICESCINCINNATI, OH – March 2, 2022 – Belcan, LLC (“Belcan”), a global supplier of design, software,manufacturing, supply chain, information technology and digital engineering solutions to the aerospace,defense, space, government services, automotive and industrial markets, today announced that it hasbeen selected by Airbus for a multi-year award as an engineering, manufacturing engineering andservices strategic supplier (EMES3).Belcan and its partner Sogeclair, with their productive and enduring alliance of 10 years, are recognizedonce more as valued partners to Airbus to address the future technological, environmental and industrialchallenges in the aerospace industry.“We thank Airbus for continuing to recognize Belcan as a valued supplier by bringing our deep and broadaerospace expertise and long legacy of providing high-quality engineering and manufacturing services tothe aerospace industry,” said Lance Kwasniewski, CEO of Belcan.The multi-year framework contract, which was awarded after a highly demanding selection processspanning several months, will further strengthen Belcan’s long-standing relationship with Airbus, whichhas continued through numerous agreements since 2002. The EMES3 award allows Belcan to support alldivisions, subsidiaries and affiliates of Airbus across engineering, manufacturing engineering andcustomer services functions.CONTINUE READING >

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96BUILTENVIRONMENTNew Mexico personifies the essential spirit of theaerospace revolution – from our world-classcommercial Spaceport with over 6,000 squaremiles of protected airspace to the dozens ofcutting-edge tech companies who are tacklingsome of the universe’s greatest challenges. NewMexico’s intellectual capital and access to keyfederal resources are second to none.NewSpace New Mexico is pleased to release “SpaceBudgeting for Modern Times - Industrial SpaceCapabilities with less waste, delay, and obsolescence” The pace of innovations by industrial space companiesand the hypersonic speed of objects and threats inspace require rapidly revamping the bureaucraticprocesses used to acquire space capabilities, protecthuman life, the environment, assets, and sovereignrights on Earth and in space.ANNOUNCING RELEASE OF "SPACE BUDGETING FOR MODERN TIMES"VIEW PUBLICATIONEditor’s Note: Throughout 2022, New MexicoAngels’ members, investors and start-upowners will be writing columns on economicdevelopment and start-up opportunities in thestate. The Angels unite individual investors topool their resources, providing seed and early-stage capital to startup companies.The space race is back on.Winning it will require addressing the barrierscompanies face in launching their newproducts into space.I founded NewSpace New Mexico with thispurpose. As a former leader of the Air ForceResearch Laboratory Technology EngagementOffice, I witnessed how challenging it could befor companies to understand and navigate toresources that can help them grow andsucceed.Through our cooperation with the spacecompanies, convening industry forums and co-innovating with hundreds of space leadersacross the nation, we try to get at the rootcauses that result in too many companiesbecoming stuck in the industry-acknowledged“Valley of Death.” It has come back loud andclear that the biggest challenge preventingmore companies from succeeding is having asupport system that goes beyond the researchand development stage.We recently launched NewSpace Ignitor, whichis funded in partnership with AFRL, to addressthese concerns by providing a completesupport system for companies as they movefrom concept to product to sales. Theincubator-like program will provideunprecedented levels of post-R&D support toearly-stage, small and mid-sized companies.This support will give companies what theyneed to turn their innovations into revenue-generating products. CONTINUE READING >SUPPORT FOR START-UPS IS KEY TO WIN SPACE RACELEADERSHIPBy Casey Anglada Deraad, Founder & CEO, NewSpace New Mexico - Albuquerque Journal10/01/2022

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NEW MEXICOThe Built Environment walks the Los Altos Park Renovation Site >SOUTHWESTNATIONALINDUSTRY NEWS QUICK LINKS30CONSTRUCTION363900University of New Mexico, With a Handful of Big Projects, Hoping for November Bond Approval >Federal Funding Secured for Much- Discussed Taos Pueblo Heritage Project >Hyde Park camping loop to close for construction >Battery Recycling Plant to Be Launched in Arizona >Large Mixed-Use Project Slated for Construction in Littleton >Big Scottsdale Residential Project May See Construction By Next Spring >Micron to invest up to $100 billion in New York chip plant >Hurricane Ian: Florida Expedites Road Work as Damage Comes Into Focus >TRENDS41Self-Storage Industry Still Booming, Primed for More Growth in 2023 >NEW MEXICOModern Elder Academy Set to Repurpose Santa Fe Archdiocese Property >SOUTHWESTNATIONAL78REAL ESTATE8082Rent relief has helped over 41K ABQ residents >Studios at Parkway development to start construction near Meow Wolf >Late 1950's-Era Downtown Greeley Movie House Listed for Sale >New partnership will bring dual-brand hotels to Park Central >Phaidon International Announces Dallas Office Move to Spearhead Rapid Growth Strategy >Forget 2023 - Vast Majority of Realtors Think the Next Recession is Already Here >Provender Partners Acquires 483K-SF Food Related Industrial Portfolio for $29.9 Million >97BUILTENVIRONMENTSubaru dealership to relocate to site of former Cooperage restaurant >Hyde Park camping loop to close for construction >New airport terminal design approved >Texas awards $307M for 2 projects to build 14 miles of border wall >New 700,000-square-foot industrial project is heading to Fort Worth >In dire need of affordable housing, Aspen, Colo. will get a development that provides 277 affordable homes >Construction Job Openings Up By 54,000 in August >Multifamily construction delays continue as prices, permitting times rise >New Industry Poll Shows Massive Opposition to Project Labor Agreements >Construction spending dips, but contractors remain optimistic >Office-demand indices continue to tumble at close of summer >Auburn University launches Institute for Real Estate Development >

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NEW MEXICOSupport for start-ups is key to win space race >INDUSTRY NEWS QUICK LINKS96SPACE00NEW MEXICONM Sen. Ivey-Soto steps down as Rules Committee Chair >100LEGISLATIONLawmakers protected themselves when redistricting, report finds >NEW MEXICOTop Cannabis Lawyer Does Not Foresee Federal Legalization, Thinks It Will Remain A State Issue >99WEEDFEEDRegulation and Licensing Department; there are 31 non-compliant cannabis licensees >NEW MEXICO & NATIONALAsphalt Additives: The Plant-Based Revolution >104VENDORS / SUPPLIERSPermaTherm Announces Panels Delivered Quickly Program >Fourth union approves deal with railroads to get 24% raises >NEW MEXICOFire safety considerations for cantilevered buildings >103ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGNTwo-Day Metal Roofing Systems Course to Take Place at the University of Wisconsin >NEW MEXICOUS shift away from coal hits tribalcommunity in New Mexico >105ENERGYEnchant pushes forward with carbon capture project despite barriers >PNM requests ‘grid modernization’ initiative to upgrade system >98BUILTENVIRONMENTNATIONALApplied planetary science: DART’s bullseye >93ATLAS Space: A ‘Netflix’ for satellite ground operations software >NATIONALLabor Department Affirms One Apprenticeship Program, Rejects Another >101US Supreme Court Revisits Wetlands Protection in Session Opening Case >HAVE A STORY OR A LEAD? LET US KNOW BY EMAILING MAGAZINE@CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COM

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REGULATION AND LICENSING DEPARTMENT; THERE ARE 31 NON-COMPLIANT CANNABIS LICENSEESBy Marilyn Upchurch, KRQE09/30/2022NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Therecreational marijuana business hasexploded in New Mexico since it becamelegal. What happens to businesses thatdo not follow state rules? “The whole ideais we’re going from an unregulated newindustry to a regulated industry,” saidNew Mexico Cannabis Control DivisionDirector Andrew Vallejos.Continue reading >One problematic aspect of the currentlegal cannabis market are the state laws.Because the sector is not yet federallylegalized—despite two thirds of thecountry having legal medical marijuanaand a third permitting adult-use sales—there is no monolithic uniformitygoverning state regulations.Continue reading >NEW MEXICO WEEDFEED99BUILTENVIRONMENTTOP CANNABIS LAWYER DOES NOT FORESEE FEDERAL LEGALIZATION, THINKS IT WILL REMAIN A STATE ISSUEBy Iris Dorbian, Forbes10/04/2022Copyright: Canva pro

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100SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico Sen.Daniel Ivey-Soto announced in a letterissued Thursday that he will step down asChair of the Senate Rules Committee.In a letter penned to Senate PresidentPro Tempore Mimi Stewart, Sen. Ivey-Soto stated, in part, “continuing inleadership positions has become adistraction that has become a distractionthat has overshadowed the work ofmeeting the needs of the people whoelected me.”Sen. Ivey-Soto also acknowledged his rolein representing District 15, which coversa portion of northeast Albuquerque. Thestate senator will serve out his term,which ends in 2024.Continue reading >NM SEN. IVEY-SOTO STEPS DOWN AS RULES COMMITTEE CHAIRBy Jonathan Fjeld, KOB09/29/2022Copyright: The Built Environment LEGISLATIONNEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENTNew Mexico lawmakers protectedthemselves and their colleagues whenthey redrew political district mapscrafted by a 2021 nonpartisan advisorycommission, shielding incumbents ofboth parties from competition andmaking legislative elections lesscompetitive, according to a new 59-pagereport co-authored by University of NewMexico political science professorGabriel Sanchez.The study, released Sept. 28, found noevidence that New Mexico Democrats,who have strong majorities in the Houseand Senate, politically gerrymandered...Continue reading >LAWMAKERS PROTECTED THEMSELVES WHEN REDISTRICTING, REPORT FINDSBy Gwyneth Doland, NM Political Report09/30/2022

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101Copyright: Canva Prodismantle what is known as the industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Program,which it said had created a “duplicative,lower-quality system that was not in thebest interest of workers and industries.”Industry-recognized apprenticeshipprograms are operated by trade andindustry groups, as well as individualbusinesses and non-profit organizations.Labor unions have complained that suchprograms are inefficient and lacking in afull array of safety and skills training.The Department of Labor’s action comesin response to an executive order issuedby President Biden early last year.The federal Registered Apprenticeshipprogram was launched in 1937, initiallyfocusing on programs for theconstruction, manufacturing, and utilitiesindustries. Beginning in the late 1940s,the program also began to offerfirefighter, emergency medicaltechnician, and police training.LEGISLATIONNATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTAffirming that an 85-year-oldapprenticeship program is still the mosteffective way of training workers, theDepartment of Labor has announced thatit is newly committed to the well-trodRegistered Apprenticeship system.In a press release issued by the agency,the Registered Apprenticeship systemwas hailed for its role in “helping U.S.workers, particularly those fromunderserved communities, to accessgood-paying, family-sustaining jobs.”In declaring its ongoing commitment tothat program, the Labor Departmentsimultaneously announced its decision to LABOR DEPARTMENT AFFIRMS ONE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM, REJECTS ANOTHERBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter10/03/2022

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102The nation's high court opened its 2022session on Oct. 3 with oral arguments inSackett v. EPA, a major wetlands casetaking yet another look at what thelanguage of the federal Clean Water Actsays about methods and tests used todetermine when property owners need afederal permit to build on a sitecontaining federally protected waters. Although the question presented to thenation’s top court was narrow: whetherthe U.S. Appeals Court in San Franciscoused the correct “test” to determine thatportions of an Idaho property owned byChantell and Michael Sackett constitutefederally protected wetlands, thequestions asked by justices suggest theymay seek to make a broader ruling.“This case is going to be important forwetlands throughout the country and wehave to get it right,” said AssociateJustice Brett Kavanaugh. The court’s liberal wing—Justices SoniaSotomayor, Elena Kagan and KetanjiBrown-Jackson, making her firstappearance as a high court judge sincebeing appointed last June—appeared tofocus on Congress’ intent in enacting theclean water law. Speaking to theSacketts' attorney, Damien Schiff,Jackson asked, “Why is it that yourconception of this does not relate...Continue reading >US SUPREME COURT REVISITS WETLANDS PROTECTION IN SESSION OPENING CASEBy Pam McFarland & Mary B. Powers, ENR10/03/2022Copyright: Canva ProBUILTENVIRONMENT

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103Cantilevered buildings seem to beeverywhere in New York City these days,as developers and architects strive tomaximize space, views, and natural lightin residential developments. With aseemingly insatiable demand for housingstock in a city that has limited availabilityand height restrictions in many areas,cantilevers have become a go-to solutionand a design element in their own right.Continue reading >FIRE SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS FOR CANTILEVERED BUILDINGSBy José R. Rivera, PE, Associate Principal, Director Of Plumbing & Fire Protection, Lilker Associates Consulting Engineers - Building Design + Construction10/04/2022Copyright: Canva ProARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGNNEW MEXICO & NATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTMetal roofing expert, Rob Haddock,presents Metal Roofing Systems at theUniversity of Wisconsin Madison’sSchool of Engineering on Dec. 1-2, 2022.This year the university is pleased tooffer an early bird discount of $150.Continue reading >TWO-DAY METAL ROOFING SYSTEMS COURSE TO TAKE PLACE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSINBy Metal Construction News10/04/2022

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104OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Another union hasapproved the deal it made with the majorfreight railroads last month that helpedprevent a strike to secure 24% raises and$5,000 in bonuses for the workers itrepresents.Continue reading >FOURTH UNION APPROVES DEAL WITH RAILROADS TO GET 24% RAISESBy Josh Funk, The Associated Press - KOB 410/04/2022Copyright: Canva ProVENDORS / SUPPLIERSNEW MEXICO & NATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTOut in the farmlands of Iowa, businessand science team up to deliver innovativeRAP additives derived from the versatilesoy bean.Continue reading >ASPHALT ADDITIVES: THE PLANT-BASED REVOLUTIONBy Brandon Noel, Colorbiotics Innovations, For Construction Pros10/03/2022MONTICELLO, Ga. - Sept. 29, 2022 -PRLog -- In a statement released today,PermaTherm Inc. announced the launchof their Panels Delivered Quickly (PDQ)Program, a new insulated metal panelproduct initiative. The Panels DeliveredQuickly (PDQ) Program offers a new wayfor contractors, installers, and businessowners to obtain top quality insulatedmetal panels from on-hand inventory.The new program anticipates a timesavings of more than 50% over thetraditional custom quoting andproduction solutions offered in theindustry for projects less than 5000square feet.Continue reading >PERMATHERM ANNOUNCES PANELS DELIVERED QUICKLY PROGRAMBy Perma Therm09/29/2022

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105KIRTLAND, N.M. (AP) — The clamor ofsecond graders breaking away fromlessons to form lunch lines has gottenquieter in a rural New Mexicocommunity, where families losing coaljobs have been forced to pack up andleave in search of work.At Judy Nelson Elementary, 1 in 4students have left in an exodus spurredby decisions made five years ago toshutter a coal-fired power plant and minethat sit just up the road from the school ina largely Navajo community. The plantand mine had provided electricity tomillions of people across thesouthwestern U.S. for nearly a half-century.Continue reading >US SHIFT AWAY FROM COAL HITS TRIBAL COMMUNITY IN NEW MEXICOBy Susan Montoya Bryan, AP News10/02/2022Copyright: Canva ProWhile the San Juan Generating Stationhas closed, hopes of someday bringingback the coal jobs and the power plantremain.Continue reading >ENERGYNEW MEXICO & NATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTENCHANT PUSHES FORWARD WITH CARBON CAPTURE PROJECT DESPITE BARRIERSBy Hannah Grover, NM Political Report 10/04/2022Public Service Company of New Mexicois preparing to overhaul its power grid,installing new “smart meters” andrevamped infrastructure that could helprestore blackouts and implement newrenewable energy projects.In a Monday filing with the state PublicRegulation Commission, the companyrequested to embark on a six-year “gridmodernization” effort with $344 millionin upgrades to its distribution system.Continue reading >PNM REQUESTS ‘GRID MODERNIZATION’ INITIATIVE TO UPGRADE SYSTEMBy Nicholas Gilmore, Santa Fe New Mexican10/03/2022

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106New Mexico may be near or at thebottom of ranked state lists for quality ofeducation, child welfare and economicopportunities, but the Land ofEnchantment could soon be a nationalleader in the race to use federalinfrastructure dollars to deploy anetwork of electric vehicle (EV) chargingstations.Luis Reyes, CEO of Kit Carson ElectricCooperative, told the Taos News thisweek that the utility was just awarded$800,000 it will use to install eightmedium-fast EV charging stations...Continue reading >KIT CARSON TO INSTALL NEW EV CHARGING STATIONSBy Geoffrey Plant, Taos News09/27/2022Renewable energy projects areexpected to boom in coming years,and a new partnership with Italianrobotics maker Orteco will giveMinneapolis-based contractorMortenson a boost in its solar-relatedconstruction work.The partnership, announced on Sept.19 between the contractor andOrteco, will allow Mortenson to cuttime and costs on solar builds...Dive Brief:Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTMORTENSON PARTNERS WITH ROBOTICS MAKER ON SOLAR PROJECTSBy Matthew Thibault, ConstructionDive10/04/2022

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Seven other types of investment in single- or multifamily construction, repair and maintenance, orarchitectural and engineering services. Any dollar amountAny starting yearAny duration for the investmentAGC would like to share an exciting tool to demonstrate the economic impact of infrastructure investment inNew Mexico - ‘AGC Construction Impact Model’.AGC of America partnered with Brian R. Lewandowski, University of Colorado Boulder to produce a flexiblebut simple economic model that calculates the impact on employment and output in each state from varioussizes of investment in different types of construction.The below link provides an explanation and instructions for using the model. The table below shows an example of the results obtainable from the model, in this case, the total instatejobs (construction, supplier and induced jobs throughout the state's economy) and total instate output from a$1 billion investment over one year in three types of construction: highways, nonresidential buildings, orother nonresidential structures (infrastructure).Users can choose from:In addition to total instate jobs and output, the model shows separately the impact on construction, supplierand induced jobs, output, and value added (or state gross domestic product, the amount of labor income andprofits added by the investment), and the 10 sectors that receive the most additional spending.To access AGC’s ConstructionImpact Tool click here. For more information on how touse the tool clickhere.We hope you will share yourreports with us, please emailKelly Roepke-Orthat kroepke@agc-nm.org107

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NEW MEXICONATIONAL INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION REPORTER 108WEEKLY INDUSTRY STATISTICS CURATED BY THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT & CONSTRUCTION REPORTERBUILTENVIRONMENT

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NEW MEXICO STATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR 109BUILTENVIRONMENT0 20,000 40,000 60,0002001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Throughout the state of New Mexico, workers can expect to earn an average annual salary of $52,520 in 2021. This is an increase from 20 years ago in 2001 when the average salary was $28,702. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment AVERAGE ANNUAL PAY OF EMPLOYEES IN NEW MEXICO FROM 2001 TO 2021 IN (U.S. DOLLARS)Source: Bureau of Labor StatisticsSurvey by: Bureau of Labor StatisticsPublished by: Bureau of Labor StatisticsRelease date: June 2022

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NATIONAL STATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR 110BUILTENVIRONMENTIn February 2022, the total number of operational U.S. oil and gas rigs was 650; this is an increase of 399 from July 2020. In December 2019, the total number of operational U.S. oil and gas rigs was 805. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the decline of oil and gas rigs in 2020 resulted from lower fuel demand during the coronavirus pandemic. - Josh Cutler, The Built EnvironmentSource: Baker HughesSurvey by: Baker HughesPublished by: Baker HughesRelease date: February 2022Dec 19Jan 20Feb 20Mar 20Apr 20May 20Jun 20Jul 20Aug 20Sep 20Oct 20Nov 20Dec 20Jan 21Feb 21Mar 21Apr 21May 21Jun 21Jul 21Aug 21Sep 21Oct 21Nov 21Dec 21Jan 22Feb 221,000 750 500 250 0 OPERATIONAL OIL & GAS RIGS FROM DECEMBER 2019 TO FEBRUARY 2022

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INTERNATIONAL STATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR 111BUILTENVIRONMENT0 250 500 750Country Garden Holdings China Vanke Co. Sunac China Holdings Poly Real Estate Evergrande Group China Overseas Land & Investment Ltd. Greenland Holding Group China Resources Land Ltd. China Merchants Shekou Industrial Zone Holdings Gemdale Corporation In 2021, the largest real estate developer in China was Country Garden Holdings. Country Garden Holdings generated a salesrevenue of approximately 720.86 billion yuan (113.06 billion usd). Other leading companies were China Vanke and SunacChina Holdings. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment LEADING REAL ESTATE COMPANIES IN CHINA IN 2021, BY SALES REVENUE (IN BILLION YUAN)Source: China Real Estate Information; SohuSurvey by: China Real Estate InformationPublished by: SOHURelease date: December 2021

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ColoradoNorthern New MexicoSouthern New Mexico Outside AdjacentTotalsStateLocationProjects Bidding10 75 25 51 161EstimatedCost$1,702,000 $91,967,259 $36,671,350 $24,853,000 $155,193,609BIDDING PROJECTS ESTIMATED COSTS (PROJECTS LOCATED IN THE CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN-ROOM)TUESDAY OCTOBER 4TH, 2022 10:56 AM MST112 PROJECT STATISTICS PROVIDED BY CONSTRUCTION REPORTERDon't Hesitate! Start Your Free Trial Today!CLICK HEREBUILTENVIRONMENT

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Mescalero Indian Hospital Expansion...PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBER2022-3C09TOTALVIEWSTOP PROJECTS THIS WEEKVOLUME 03 ISSUE 12NEW MEXICO | COLORADO | ARIZONA | EL PASO, TX1,784MVES Classroom Building Addition...2022-647C 801Laguna #32022-63FB 609APS-Coronado Elementary School 3...2022-694C 375Water Storage Improvements Project2022-6405 372Edith Murray Community Center...2022-679A 309ZPS District Site Improvements...2022-6692 244RE-BID Wastewater System...2022-6690 214Rinconada Lot 14 Shell Building...2022-63031744,882113BUILTENVIRONMENT

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114BUSINESS FOR SALE NEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENTLas Cruces, New MexicoCABINETS, COUNTERTOPS & CASEWORK BUSINESS DESCRIPTIONThis cabinet and countertops business has built a reputation and long history of quality craftsmanshipand customer service. They offer a wide variety of cabinets and countertops for residential as well ascommercial casework and countertops for business applications. If you visit banks, hospitals, or schools insouthern New Mexico, this company has probably fabricated and installed their cabinets, countertops,teller lines, and customer service desks. Many commercial contractors rely on them for quality and costeffective projects.The showroom offers a variety of cabinets and countertops to help make decision easier. The sales staff isextremely experienced and knowledgeable to assist with all design and layout requirements. The teamconsists of qualified designers, project managers, craftsman and installers who are passionate aboutwhat they do. The team believes that every customer should be 100% satisfied with their entireexperience, from initial design through installation. Whether it's laminate grades, solid surface, finishes,or hardware the team wants to ensure that the products will last, capture the design intent, and that itmaintains its utility, and looks great for a lifetime.As a small company, this business prides itself on giving customers high value and quality, and believes inservice after the sale-whether it is under warranty or not. They stand behind what they sell. Servingsouthern New Mexico for over 40 years, it is one of the oldest existing companies in the area.The owner is retiring and is seeking the next generation to purchase a business with a great reputationand take it to the next level. A construction background and/or construction management experience willbe important in facilitating bids, customer loyalty and generating new business.The main building and land are also available to purchase.ASKING PRICE: $299,000GROSS REVENUE: $1,275,000CASH FLOW: $82,000INVENTORY: $40,000FF&E: $200,000Copyright: Canva ProCONTACT JEANNIE RANDOLPH AT (505) 349-8728FOR MORE INFORMATION

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-412573711 CENTRAL AV NETOTALSQ. FEETZAZZ ABQ LLC09/27/2022 - 09/27/2023 22,134BUILDINGCONTRACTOR365 CONSTRUCTION LLCISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-412033711 CENTRAL AV NEZAZZ ABQ LLC09/27/2022 - 03/27/2023 1,015ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-411983711 CENTRAL AV NEZAZZ ABQ.LLC09/27/2022 - 09/28/2023 529ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-411593711 CENTRAL AV NEZAZZ ABQ.LLC09/27/2022 - 03/27/2023 2,519ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-38016121 TIJERAS AV NEQuatro Y Carbon C/o Aaron Boher09/27/2022 - 09/30/2023 5,838ESTIMATED COST: $72,000BP-2022-35334100 COORS BLVD NWMarissa Hebert09/30/2022 - 03/31/2023 150ESTIMATED COST: N/AALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022Construction Reporter Member115BP-2022-35333100 COORS BLVD NWMarissa Hebert09/30/2022 - 03/31/2023 2,135ESTIMATED COST: N/A365 CONSTRUCTION LLC365 CONSTRUCTION LLC365 CONSTRUCTION LLCAIC GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC. Treveston Elliott ArchitectFBT ARCHITECTS PMC CONSTRUCTIONBUILTENVIRONMENTFBT ARCHITECTS PMC CONSTRUCTION

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: $35,000BP-2022-349852100 LOUISIANA BLVD NETOTALSQ. FEETGoodman Realty09/27/2022 - 03/27/2023 1,200BUILDINGCONTRACTORHART DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION INC. MODULUS ARCHITECTS, INCISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-33904933 SAN MATEO BLVD NEProperty Management Advisors09/28/2022 - 03/28/2023 4,083BuildingContractorESTIMATED COST: $408,300BP-2022-337813900 SINGER BLVD NEZia Energy Real Estate09/28/2022 - 03/28/2023 29,560ESTIMATED COST: $1,000,000BP-2022-315782409 PRINCETON DR NEZach Bingham09/29/2022 - 03/29/2023 5,075ESTIMATED COST: $35,000BP-2022-31213100 COORS BLVD NWMarissa Hebert09/30/2022 - 03/31/2023 3,449ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-25558500 OAK ST NEJUAN SILVA09/28/2022 - 03/28/2023 9,487ESTIMATED COST: $1,200,000ALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022Construction Reporter Member116BP-2022-248591100 CENTRAL AV SEPresbyterian Health Care Systems09/29/2022 - 03/29/2023 1,357ESTIMATED COST: $200,000INSIGHT CONSTRUCTION, LLC KAMUS & KELLER ARCHITECTUREDESIGN PLUS LLC ENTERPRISE BUILDERS CORPORATIONCHERRY/SEE/REAMES ARCHITECTS PC O'NIELL CONSTRUCTION, LLCFBT ARCHITECTS PMC CONSTRUCTIONIMPACT CONSTRUCTION PLUSDEKKER PERICH SABATINI PLATINUM BUILDERS CORPORATIONBUILTENVIRONMENT

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: $180,000BP-2022-192304201 CENTRAL AV NWTOTALSQ. FEETStarbucks Coffee Company09/29/2022 - 10/03/2023 1,920BUILDINGCONTRACTORHART DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION INC. SMC SOLUTIONSISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-1703210600 OSUNA RD NECity of Albuquerque Parks Dept09/29/2022 - 03/29/2023 294BuildingContractorESTIMATED COST: $47,423BP-2022-102725904 Florence Ave NEFACILITY BUILD09/26/2022 - 03/26/2023 6,080ESTIMATED COST: $766,731BP-2021-532645140 JOURNAL CENTER BLVD NEJOURNAL 5150 MEDICAL09/29/2022 - 03/29/2023 1,779ESTIMATED COST: $160,000BP-2021-503266919 MONTGOMERYBLVD NECOE PETERSON09/26/2022 - 03/26/2023 6,000ESTIMATED COST: $10,000BP-2021-447512004 WYOMING BLVD NELuAron Foster09/28/2022 - 03/28/2023 3,610ESTIMATED COST: $1,500,000ALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITSSEPTEMBER 26TH - 30TH 2022Construction Reporter Member117HANSEN & PREZZANO/BUILDERS, LLCFACILITYBUILD, INC.HORIZON RETAIL CONSTRUCTION, INC.LASER CONSTRUCTIONMAPP, LLCBUILTENVIRONMENT

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PERMIT LOCATIONISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEPERMITOWNEREP-2022-41347EP-2022-41415MP-2022-41481MP-2022-41472MP-2022-414416012 TIERRA NEGP-2022-421951407 4th ST SWPERMITINFOGREG BARNES09/29/2022 - 03/29/2023Total Contract Value:$0.00GP-2022-383679111 INDIAN SCHOOL RD NEDUNLAP JANET09/27/2022 - 03/27/2023Total Contract Value:$105,000.00BUILDINGCONTRACTORPP-2022-4156409/26/2022 - 09/26/20236012-H Water heater replacementPP-2022-41543223 Sierra Drive SE 1-22 FIRST ENDEAVOR LLC09/26/2022 - 10/03/2023Installation of fire protection into an existing residential house.2160 LOUISIANA BLVD09/23/2022 - 09/29/2023New Duel Brand Hotel816 SAN MATEO BLVD SEHeroes Walk Among Us09/26/2022 - 03/26/2023Hook up two electronic message centers...7300 MENAUL BLVD NEMain Bank09/26/2022 - 09/27/2023We are completing the HVAC System, attaching...4611 MONTBEL PL NEcomcast ffo09/26/2022 - 09/28/2023replace hvac as shown904 LAS LOMAS RD NE09/26/2022 - 09/27/2023install ductlesssplitTierra Antigua ApartmentsDreamcatcher, LLC.YESCO, LLCInnovageRICHARDSON & RICHARDSON INCRMC ROOFING, LLCDEPENDABLE PLUMBING LLCALLIANCE FIRE PROTECTION, INC.MECHANICAL CONCEPTS LTD CO.RED MESA ELECTRIC ENTERPRISES, LLCMETAL CRAFTER OF ALBUQUERQUE INC.ANDERSON AIR CORPSPERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIAL118Demolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalAB Boiler Vertical Transport BUILTENVIRONMENT

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PERMIT LOCATIONISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEPERMITOWNER22OC65079432300 MAIN StSTE 20722OC65078713015 MEMORIAL CtPERMITINFOSAYANA LLC09/29/2022low voltage22OC65078944400 SONOMA RANCH BlvdRAWSON GEORGE B09/28/2022Stifel LV CablingBUILDINGCONTRACTOR22OC650789909/28/2022Electrical service reconnect and electrical...22OC65079173479 NORTHRISEDrBCCD LLC09/29/2022Dollartree1300 BROWN Rd09/30/2022INSTALLING NEW CIRCUIT FOR AN AIR- CONDITIONERMESILLA VALLEY BUSINESS PARK LLCHOLY GHOST REVIVAL MINISTRIESZNJ COMMUNICATIONS GROUP LLCB & D INDUSTRIES INCMAESE SOLUTIONS LLCRAD ELECTRIC INCPETE'S ELECTRICPERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWLAS CRUCES PERMITSCOMMERCIAL119Demolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalAB Boiler Vertical Transport BUILTENVIRONMENT

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Why doesn’t cyber security get the respect itdeserves? On average, 1.7 billion Americansare impacted by data breaches every year,and still, many companies have notembraced a corporate culture that includesprivacy and security in their core values.Cyber security surveys affirm that 92% ofbusiness desire to have a well-designedcyber security plan, but only 20% aresuccessful in executing one. So how arethese cyber criminals attacking yourbusiness? We have the answer. It’s no surprise that hackers want money, butthe mere thrill they get from entertainmentmay shock you. Some cyber criminalsattempt to attack your enterprise for thechallenge, while others are after institutionalsecrets for industrial and geopoliticalespionage.In 2015, Russian government-backedhackers got a hold of highly classified U.S.cyber secrets from the National SecurityAgency after a contractor transferredinformation to his home computer. Reportedfirst by the Wall Street Journal, the theftincluded information on piercing foreigncomputer networks and protecting againstcyber-attacks and is inclined to beconsidered one of the most significantsecurity breaches to date and could enableRussia to bypass NSA surveillance andpotentially penetrate U.S. networks.CONTINUE READING >THE MOST COMMON CYBER CRIMES ATTACKING YOUR BUSINESSBY V-SOFT CONSULTINGCopyright: Canva Pro121THEFT & SECURITYUSEFUL INFORMATION AND TIPSBUILTENVIRONMENT

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