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BUILTENVIRONMENTTABLE OF CONTENTSAFFILIATES27PAGE 25 CONSTRUCTION3FEATURED COMPANIES53FEATURED PROJECTS57PRE-BID PROJECTS62ACTIVE PROJECTS63POST-BID PROJECTS67WAGE DETERMINATIONS71LIENS76NEWS36AFFILIATES79PAGE 77 REAL ESTATEREAL ESTATE COMPANIES90FEATURED PROPERTIES92FEATURED LAND93PROPERTIES FOR SALE94LAND FOR SALE94REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS96REAL ESTATE NEWS85AFFILIATES103PAGE 97 SPACENEWS99EVENTS101FEATURED COMPANIES 102PAGE 104 QUICK LINKSPAGE 17 INDUSTRY BRIEFPAGE 18 EVENT CALENDARPAGE 21 CLASSIFIEDSPAGE 106 WEEDFEEDPAGE 107 LEGISLATIONPAGE 120 STATISTICSPAGE 126 BUSINESS FOR SALEPAGE 127 PERMITSPAGE 131 THEFT & SECURITYIF YOU FIND DENNIS ENGINEERING'S LOGO SEND US AN EMAIL AT MAGAZINE@CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COM OR GIVE US A CALL AT (505) 243-9793.LAST WEEK'S ANSWER PAGE 82WHERE'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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4BUILTENVIRONMENTShopping malls that once defined themid-20th century American suburbanexperience may be down, but they arenot out, according to an industry official.“There were simply too many of them,”notes a recent Business Insider report,adding that malls in close proximity havetended to “cannibalize each others’sales.” At the same time, they havebecome “less necessary than they oncewere, thanks to the rise of onlineshopping.”Reaching a peak of 2,500 in the 1980s,the total number of shopping mallsnationally is now down to around 1,000.The Guardian newspaper last fallpredicted that one in four current malls“will close in the next few years asvacancy rates are increasing due to thepandemic, a slowed economy, andincreased online shopping.”Two years ago, the research serviceCoresight Research forecast that up to25% of the country’s existing malls wouldbe out of business by 2025, with the mallsclassified as B, C, and D-rated most likelyto fail due to the fact that they tend tobring in significantly lower sales persquare foot than an A-rated mall.But one group refuting the slow demiseof the mall, the International Council ofShopping Centers, now known by initialsstanding for Innovating CommerceServing Communities, sees morefavorable trends: an actual consumerreturn to such places.“The reemergence of physical retail sincethe pandemic has been exceptionallystrong,” Tom McGee, ICSC’s chiefexecutive officer, remarked last month tothe Fox News channel. THIS WEEKS SPOTLIGHTSHOPPING MALLS, GREATLY REDUCED IN NUMBERS, MAY NEVETHELESS BE EXPERIENCING A COMEBACKBy Garry Boulard, The Built Environment01/18/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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5BUILTENVIRONMENT“People realized they missed going outshopping, whether it’s the mall or theshopping center down the street,”continued McGee.That reemergence, notes StephanieCegielski, vice president for research andpublic relations at ICSC, means one thing:“People are social by nature and enjoyshopping with their friends and family.”“The pandemic prevented this fromhappening as sales were shifted online,”Cagielski continues in an interview withThe Built Environment. “Once people wereallowed to, and felt safe, return tophysical stores; they did, and continue todo so.”She also minimizes the impact of onlineshopping, which according to the U.S.Census Bureau, grew by some 43% in2020. That growth, contends Cagielski,“was the result of the Covid 19pandemic.” Since 2020, she notes, “thelevel of online shopping has returned tothe pre-pandemic levels ranging from 7%to 10% year-over-year growth.”Even more, “online shopping is a benefitfor retailers because not only does itraise brand awareness, it also bringsconsumers into stores when they make a purchase online and pick it up in-store.”Meanwhile, increasing attention is beinggiven to the repurposing of vacant mallsor store space within the malls. Theformer Irondequoit Mall in metroRochester, New York, was opened in1990, but fell on hard times during theGreat Recession. A giant Sears space inthe mall has now been transformed intothe $44.3 million Skyview ParkApartments with housing for seniors.Work is currently underwaytransforming the former, massiveCinderella City Mall in Englewood,Colorado, which was opened in 1968,into a transit-oriented developmentcomplete with housing units, offices, alibrary, and civic center.The 1.3 million square foot Cinderellamall remained a thriving spot ofcommerce attracting up to 15,000 peoplea day during the 1970s. But by the 1990s,the exit of several large stores in the malland a general decline in business, led toits final closing. Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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6BUILTENVIRONMENTMeanwhile, despite all the press aboutdeclining malls everywhere, developerscontinue to see new malls in our future.Plans are now underway for theconstruction of what is being called theAmerican Dream Mall, which will go up inmetro Miami.The proposed megamall comes with a $4billion price tag and, upon completion,will be the largest such facility of its kindin the country. Cegielski says that such projects are notparticularly surprising: “A decision tobuild a new center is based on thedemand in the community. Malls, eitherexisting or new, have been adapting toconsumer changes, and this starts withwhat the property is offering.”Noting that the developer of the Miamiproject is the Triple Five Group, which isbased in Edmonton, Alberta, Cegielskiobserves that the company also owns thegigantic American Dreams Meadowlandsin Rutherford, New Jersey; as well as theepic Mall of America, in metroMinneapolis.A hint of where the malls of tomorrowmay be heading might be seen in the factthat both the New Jersey and Minnesotamalls, notes Cegielski, “offer everythingfrom shopping to amusement parks andindoor skiing.”Copyright: Canva Pro

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8BUILTENVIRONMENTBEGINNING STAGES OF THE SUNPORT BEFORE REBIRTHDANE VAUGHN, THE BUILT ENVIRONMENTWith the guaranteed maximum price settled, thevendors that used to greet those ascending from theLand of Enchantment are now gutted to make moreroom for the Transportation Security Administration.C and C Demolition Services was awarded $250,000through an early work package given by constructionmanager at risk, Jaynes Corporation, for therenovation of the Albuquerque International Sunportnow titled “Dream of Flight: Sunport Reimagined.” That figure, among others, was given when The BuiltEnvironment spoke with project team members andwalked the construction site Wednesday.“Now that temporary walls are up pre-security on thethird level, the project is taking shape,” saidInnovation and Commercial Development ManagerManny Manriquez in a statement.Manriquez said that the guaranteed maximum pricewas settled with Jaynes in the past week. According tothe GMP amendment dated on January 6th, theagreed contract amount was $87,373,518. Thatincludes a $5.9 million that was contracted for workto begin prior to January.The Chief Administrative Officer for the City ofAlbuquerque Lawerence Rael signed the GMPamendment on January 10th.The total demolition cost under existing conditionswas estimated to be $1.7 million in the early workrelease. In the GMP amendment that amount drops to$103,699.The next phase of construction will involve buildingout the new space for TSA and is scheduled forcompletion into September, according Manriquez. According to Project Manager Patrick Aragon, DREAM OF FLIGHT: SUNPORT REIMAGINEDinvestigative demolition work began in October toexpose steel columns. “It’s a little cut up. We’re still gutting the inside of theTia Juanita’s space and then we’ve got some spotfootings we need to expose on the lower levels insidethe facility,” said Aragon. Other aspects of the project being self-performed byJaynes include the structural concrete and any millwork included in the scope said Aragon.The estimated completion date for the entirerenovation, according to Aragon, is March of 2025.Yearout Mechanical stripping the vents of what use to be Black Mesa Coffee's heating, ventilation and air conditioning. In an Owners, Architects and Contractors meeting Wednesday, Jaynes Corporation's Project Superintendent Ed Marihugh stated that the demolition for this vendor space was 50% completed.Copyright: The Built EnvironmentPublished 01/19/2023 RETURN TO NAVIGATION >

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9BUILTENVIRONMENTTop: A temp wall dividing vendor space and the current TSA corridor. Top left: The gutted Tia Juanita's Restuarant where Gardunos' brick columns still stand. Bottom Right: Black Mesa Coffee's lighting hovering over demolished vents. Bottom left: The Aviation Department's deceased conference room and TSA's demised training area.Another current look inside Tia Juanita's, the restuarant which used to serve New Mexican cuisine to travelers departing the state.Copyright: MattO PhotographyF I R E P R O T E C T I O NAragon shared that prior to demolition thestate of the facility in terms of fire protectionwas lacking. “I think the major infrastructure portionconsists of the fire protection becausecurrently the facility doesn’t have 100% fireprotection, which is an eye opener,” saidAragon. The early work package amendment estimatedthat the thermal and moisture protection forthe project would cost $53,805 in total. Theestimate listed in the GMP amendment for thesame division was $2,523,162.Second to implementing fire protectioninfrastructure with subcontractor WesternStates Fire Protection Co., Aragon said therelocation of the Transportation SecurityAdministration is the most significant portionof the demolition phasing.In a press release announcing the constructionof some of the first temporary walls, Director ofAviation Richard McCurley said,“We aredelighted to kick-off a transformation that willnot only improve our safety and securityinfrastructure, but also provide superioramenities for travelers from around the globewho visit the Land of Enchantment.” Copyright: MattO PhotographyCopyright: The Built EnvironmentCopyright: MattO Photography

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10BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: the process through which the gas lines would have to be tested and purged in a 48-hour time frame in orderto meet city code, putting the operations of current food and beverage vendors at riskrequests for information on discrepancies in the plan sets such as the electrical wiring involved in theconcourse ceiling removalaccess door coordination between the project team, aviation communications and law enforcement.project labor agreements being sent out to subcontractors getting material specifications to meet the criteria for funding through Build America, Buy America Act(Senate Bill 1303, 117th Congress 2021-2022) defining the 4-5 week time span in which air lines would be given notice for gate replacementsEvery Wednesday inside of the administrative offices of the Sunport's Aviation Department, oversight of theentire renovation is discussed and key issues are addressed.Officials and project leads from Jaynes Corporation, FBT Architects, the City of Albuquerque, the TransportationSecurity Administration, the Aviation Department and the Information Technology team within the Sunport hada dialogue Wednesday about logistical obstructions.Items addressed within the meeting included: “We anticipate experiencing long lead time ondurations for switch gears, lighting, etcetera,” saidAragon.Aragon said that Jaynes had put in pre orders throughtheir mechanical and electrical subcontractors forspecifications last year to minimize the risk of supplychain delays. In grappling with material delays Aragon noted that,“it’s been predictably unpredictable.”The early work release amendment included a long-lead time memorandum dated in August of 2022 thatlists the following as items necessary for early budgetallocation:Mechanical/Electrical/Fire & Protection – Pre-construction servicesStructural Steel MaterialsMechanical UnitsTemporary wall materialsTemporary electrical materialsSurveying servicesDemolition scopeTemporary roofing In a panel discussion moderated by the AmericanSubcontractors Association New Mexico on January12th at the Marriot Courtyard, guest speaker NickBerzniak from Albuquerque Pipe & Pump Supply Co.shared the crimps as a local supplier. These hurdles M A T E R I A L L E A D T I M E Saccording to Berzniak were no guarantees ondeliveries, no single explanation from vendors aboutprice increases and available supplies not meetingspecifications.“Let’s get you something that will work, it may not fitthe spec, but what can you do?” said Berzniak. Copyright: MattO PhotographyS U N P O R T S U B C O N T R A C T O R SJaynes has subcontracted their mechanical andelectrical work to Albuquerque locals: YearoutMechanical and B&D Industries. Bernalillo based Amfabsteel, Inc. are supplying the steeland are completing the framing as cohorts withStructural Services, Inc. Western Partitions Inc. is the Oregon based framingsubcontractor on the project who expanded intoAlbuquerque with a regional office back in 2018. Thecompany has done several projects throughoutWashington and Oregon. According to their website,the company was apart of completing the original Nike,Inc. Campus. Final buyout selections for the rest of thesubcontracting work will be made by the end ofJanuary according to Aragon. Group photo taken of the Owner, Architect and Contractor meeting attendees on January 18th, 2023.

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11BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPACTTYPEEMPLOYMENT(Job Years)EMPLOYEECOMPENSATIONLABORINCOMEVALUEADDEDIMPACT OF $87 MILLION SPENT IN THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO FOR THE NEXT TWO AND A HALF YEARSVARIABLES & OVERVIEWSTATE: NEW MEXICOPROJECT START YEAR:2023REPORT YEAR $ (ADJUSTS REPORT TO NEW BASE YEAR FOR INFLATION: 2023PROJECT DURATION (YEARS): 2.5AMOUNT: $87,373,518LINK TO CENSUS CONSTRUCTION DEFINITIONS: CLICK HERE AGC CONSTRUCTION IMPACT MODELDREAM OF FLIGHT: SUNPORT REIMAGINEDECONOMIC IMPACTDIRECT EFFECT421 $17,285,545GROSSOUTPUT$21,462,783 $87,373,518$30,434,224INDIRECT EFFECTINDUCED EFFECT202134$8,696,052$5,186,776$9,789,807 $18,573,482 $35,656,301$37,080,652 $59,993,473 $19,391,371TOTALEFFECTAVERAGEPER YEAR756303$31,168,372$12,467,349$37,080,652$14,832,261$59,993,473$23,997,389$142,421,190$56,968,476OVERVIEW: An investment of $87 million in maintenance and repair construction of nonresidential structures in NewMexico beginninig in 2023, and lasting for 2.5 years, would support total in-state spending at businesses in New Mexico$142 million in 2023 dollars, or an average of $57 million per year. This level of activity would support 303 full-time andpart-time jobs per year. The economic and employment impacts are generated by direct investment, supply-chainpurchases (indirect impacts), and spending throughout the state by employees and proprietors of affected businesses(induced impacts)The Economic Impact table above shows the total impact (direct,indirect, and induced). The table below (page 12) showsthe impact on in-state government. labor income of employees and proprietors (including employee compensation), valueadded by each industry, and gross output by each industry. The sales (total output) table shows the top 10 industriesimpacted by the change in construction spending.

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12BUILTENVIRONMENTRANKINDUSTRYDOLLARAMOUNTTotal Output (Sales)1Maintenance and repair construction of nonresidential structures$87,617,90223Retail - Building material and garden equipment and supplies stores Owner-occupied dwellings$7,454,621$2,827,58245Other real estateCommercial and industrial machinery and equipment rental and housing$2,679,571$2,103,95467Petroleum refineriesWholesale - Other durable goods merchant wholesalers$1,985,388$1,831,1748$1,623,924910HospitalsTruck transportation$1,404,529$1,249,354top tenindustries impactedOVERVIEW OF ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSISEconomic benefits refer to dollars generated and distributed throughout theeconomy. Benefits may be derived from a change in business activity, policy,government spending, or other activity. This model estimates the economicbenefits from infrastructure spending using the IMPLAN input-output model.Results are disseminated in terms of direct, indirect, and induced impacts onemployment, labor income, employee compensation, value added, and output.Note that this model only examines the economic benefits--but economiccosts, which derive in large part from the sources of funding for infrastructure(e.g., taxes, personal income, prices, etc.), should also be included in thecalculus of net economic impacts. The sources of impacts that sum to economic benefits cover construction andoperating expenditures, including the off-site spending by employees and thespending on goods and services within the supply chain.The multiplier effect of spending within the supply chain, or the indirectimpact, estimates the indirect employment and earnings generated in thestudy area due to the interindustry relationships between the facility andother industries. As an example, consider a manufacturing company. The firmemploys managers, engineers, machinists, and support staff for its directmanufacturing operations. In addition, the company spends on goods andservices to support its manufacturing operations, leading to auxiliary jobs inthe community in transportation, accounting, utilities, retail goods, and so on—the indirect impact. Furthermore, employees spend earnings on goods andservices in the community, leading to jobs in retail, accounting, entertainment,and so on—the induced impact.Conceptually, the multiplier effect quantifies the economic ripple effect ofeconomic activity. This ripple effect can be positive or negative depending if acompany or industry is expanding or contracting. Multipliers are static and donot account for disruptive shifts in infrastructure without specificallyaddressing infrastructure changes.DEFINITIONSDirect Impact: Initial economic activity (e.g., sales, expenditures, employment,production, etc.) by a company or industry.Employment: Full-time and part-time workers.Gross Domestic Product (GDP): A measure of economic activity, GDP is thetotal value added by resident producers of final goods and services.Gross Output (Output): The total value of production is gross output. UnlikeGDP, gross output includes intermediate goods and services.Indirect Impact: The upstream (backward) economic activity impacted bypurchases along a company or industry supply chain.Induced Impact: Economic activity derived from workers spending theirearnings on goods and services in the economy. Labor Income: Total compensation of employees (wages and benefits) andsole proprietors (profits).Value Added: The contribution of an industry or region to total GDP, valueadded equals gross output, net of intermediate input costs.For questions regarding this model, contact Brian Lewandowski (brian.lewandowski@colorado.edu).For questions regarding IMPLAN, visit www.IMPLAN.com. Note: Note: Model updated in 2022 using 2020 IMPLAN multipliers.AGC CONSTRUCTION IMPACT MODELDREAM OF FLIGHT: SUNPORT REIMAGINEDReady-mix concrete manufacturing

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18BUILTENVIRONMENTEVENTCALENDARJANUARY 2023CARNM - VIEW CALENDAR9:00 AM - 1:00 PM: A TO Z OF INVESTMENT BASICS - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM: Leadership Session Day - CLICK HERE 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM: Ambassadors Lunch meeting - CLICK HERE CITY OF SANTA FE - VIEW CALENDAR 9:00 AM: Santa Fe Regional Emergency Communications Center Board of Directors - CLICK HERE 5:30 PM: Mayor's Youth Advisory Board - CLICK HERE 6:00 PM: Planning Commission - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Health & Wellness Program Monthly Meeting - CLICK HERETHURSDAY JANUARY 19THRIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Best Value Homes Grand Opening - CLICK HERESUNDAY JANUARY 22NDAREA - VIEW CALENDAR10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: AREA Webinar | Jobs Board Training for Employers - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Membership Orientation- CLICK HERE 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Opening Reception - Clay Line of the Red Willow People: A Showcase of Three Taos Artists - CLICK HERE 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM: Science on Tap - CLICK HERE FRIDAY JANUARY 20TH

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19BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO REGULATION & LICENSING DEPARTMENT - VIEW CALENDAR9:00 AM - 1:00 PM: Real Estate Commission: Regular Board Meeting - CLICK HERE SANTA FE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM: 2023 Legislative Reception- CLICK HERE CITY OF LAS CRUCES - VIEW CALENDAR 1:00 PM: TAX INCREMENT DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT BOARD MEETING - CLICK HEREMONDAY JANUARY 23RDNAIOP - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM: January Luncheon – Housing Solutions - CLICK HERE NEW MEXICO CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM: 2023 Business Day in Santa Fe - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Ribbon Cutting - Points of Health - CLICK HERE 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM: Veterans Business Support Coalition meeting - CLICK HERETUESDAY JANUARY 24THCARNM - VIEW CALENDAR8:00 AM - 5:00 PM: JANUARY LEGISLATIVE MEETING – NMAR - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM: Business is Brewing at Turtle Mountain North Enchanted Hills - CLICK HERE CITY OF SANTA FE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM: Governing Body - Regular Meeting - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM: Biz Gratis - Bourbon & Boots - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY JANUARY 25THNAIOP - VIEW CALENDAR 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: Developing Leaders Happy Hour – Electric Playhouse - CLICK HERE CARNM - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 PM - 1:00 PM: CARNM BOARD MEETING- CLICK HERE CREW NETWORK - VIEW CALENDAR 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM: 2023 CREW Network Winter Leadership Summit - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: CHAMBER MEMBER ORIENTATION LUNCHEON - CLICK HERETHURSDAY JANUARY 26THGREATER LAS CRUCES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR4:00 PM: 2023 Las Cruces Day in Santa Fe - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR2:00 PM - 3:00 PM: The Way We Worked-ACelebration of Women in Technology - CLICK HERESATURDAY JANUARY 28THCARNM - VIEW CALENDAR8:00 AM - 5:00 PM: CI101: FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT REAL ESTATE – CCIM NM - CLICK HERE CITY OF SANTA FE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM: Finance Committee - Regular Meeting - CLICK HEREMONDAY JANUARY 30TH

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20BUILTENVIRONMENTRIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM: Visionaries Networking Breakfast - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1STTORRANCE COUNTYJANUARY 25TH9:00 AM: Regular Meeting of the Board of County Commissioners - CLICK HERETAOS COUNTYJANUARY 25TH10:00 AM - 2:00 PM: E911 Governance Board - Regular Meeting - CLICK HERESANTA FE COUNTYJANUARY 24TH4:00 PM: County Planning Commission Special Meeting - CLICK HEREJANUARY 31ST1:00 PM: Santa Fe County Housing Board - CLICK HERE2:00 PM: Board of County Commissioners (BCC) Meeting - CLICK HERESAN JUAN COUNTYJANUARY 24TH11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: San Juan County Commission Special Meeting - CLICK HEREJANUARY 31ST 4:00 PM: San Juan County Commission Meeting - CLICK HERELOS ALAMOS COUNTYJANUARY 24TH6:00 PM - 10:00 PM: County Council Special Session - CLICK HERELEA COUNTYJANUARY 21ST7:30 PM: TUFF HEDEMAN BULL RIDING - CLICK HEREJANUARY 24TH7:00 PM - 8:30 PM: LEA COUNTY FIRE CHIEF’S ADVISORY BOARD MEETING - CLICK HEREHARDING COUNTYJANUARY 26TH3:00 PM: Harding County Public Road Hearing - CLICK HERECURRY COUNTYJANUARY 20TH6:00 PM: Clovis/Curry County Chamber Banquet - CLICK HERECOLFAX COUNTYJANUARY 24TH9:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Commission Meeting - CLICK HEREBERNALILLO COUNTYJANUARY 24TH5:00 PM: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ADMINISTRATIVE MEETING - CLICK HERE5:00 PM: COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION - CLICK HERE

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21BUILTENVIRONMENTSr Project/Construction MgrLocation:Albuquerque, NMAbout the job: The University of New Mexico's (UNM) Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) seeks a Senior Project Construction...Experience: Click link down below for full description of what is required for this position.University of New MexicoLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MOREConstruction Engineer VIILocation:Los Alamos, NMAbout the job: The candidate for this long term assignment (10/31/2023 or longer) will support projects throughout the Los Alamos Nuclear Lab to ensure safe, efficient and cost-effective...Experience: Click link down below for full description of what is required for this position.Fluor CorporationConstruction Specifications WriterLocation:Albuquerque, NMAbout the job: Dekker Perich Sabatini isseeking an experienced, collaborative Construction Specification Writer to develop detailed...Experience: Click link down below for full description of what is required for this position.Dekker/Perich/SabatiniConstruction Inspector Location: City of Santa FeAbout the job: Performs a variety of professional and technical duties related to inspecting new and existing residential and commercial buildings to ensure compliance...Experience: Click link down below for full description of what is required for this position.City of Santa FeNEW MEXICO CLASSIFIEDS

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00BUILTENVIRONMENTTravel Superintendent Multifamily Construction Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: A well- known and nationally respected General Contractor is looking to add a Multi-Family Superintendent to join their rapidly...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.GPACLEARN MORELEARN MORELeads key, complex program(s) and projects and/or strategic business process development and execution...Lead Project Manager Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.HoneywellIS 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. 22

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23C MECHANIC Location:Puerto De Luna, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Repairs and maintains automatic Pinspotters/Pinsetter s, lane and scoring equipment, and all other bowling center equipment at the highest level of operating proficiency. Assists in the repair and maintenance of the bowling facility. Performs preventive maintenance, cleaning and /or minor repairs as directed by the center Facility Manager.Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Bowlero CorporationLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORETeam Lead, Facilities Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: This posting will be open for application submissions for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days, including the ‘posting date’. Sandia reserves the right to extend the posting date at any time.Sandia demonstrates its commitment to public safety in the national interest byrequiring that all new hires be fully vaccinated or have an approved medical or religious accommodation...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Sandia National LaboratoriesProject Manager 4 Location:Los Alamos, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: The Project Manager will serve as a Construction Manager and will be responsible for the successful completion of all activities related to the construction of assigned Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) projects as a member of the Capital Projects Construction Management Division. Construction Managers play an integral role in the formulation and adherence to construction policies and programs for...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.COMPA Industries, Inc.Construction Manager Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: The Construction Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of day to day project work and field activities onsite for soil and earthwork construction projects. Direct oversight of the Superintendent, Foreman, the crew, and equipment onsite while working closely with the Project Manager to ensure the work performed is completed on time...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Remedial Construction Services, L.P. (RECON)BUILTENVIRONMENT

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2023-0287: RIO RANCHO HIGH SCHOOL KITCHEN REMODEL >PRE-BID STORY:NEW VETERANS CENTER AND CAMPUS TO BE BUILT IN ALBUQUERQUE >CONSTRUCTIONTHE BUILT ENVIRONMENT MAGAZINENEW MEXICO WATER PROJECTS GETTING OMNIBUS BILL FUNDING SUPPORTHIGH-SPEED RAIL PROJECT TO BE REVIWED BY NEW MEXICO LAWMAKERS >

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002600BUILTENVIRONMENTHIGH-SPEED RAIL PROJECT TO BE REVIWED BY NEW MEXICO LAWMAKERS >36CONSTRUCTION NEWS NEW MEXICONEW MEXICO WATER PROJECTS GETTING OMNIBUS BILL FUNDING SUPPORT >36IMPROVEMENTS TO FARMINGTON PARK MAY COME WITH STATE FUNDING >37NEW JOBS, BIGGER FACILITIES, LOCAL SUPPORT: NEW MEXICO’S BIOSCIENCE INDUSTRY IS ALIVE AND KICKING >38WORK MAY SOON BEGIN ON EL PASO WATER’S NEW HEADQUARTERS >41CONSTRUCTION NEWS SOUTHWESTNEW ARIZONA GOVERNOR CHALLENGES LEGISLATURE WITH WIDE ARRAY OF PROJECTS >41BIG COLORADO SPRINGS AMPHITHEATER SET FOR SPRING CONSTRUCTION >42PAGE 45: CONSTRUCTION NEWS NATIONALASUNM TO LOBBY FOR CAMPUS SAFETY PROJECTS >38ALBUQUERQUE LAWMAKERS WANT RAIL YARDS FIRE STATION UPGRADE >38NEW JOBS, BIGGER FACILITIES, LOCAL SUPPORT: NEW MEXICO’S BIOSCIENCE INDUSTRY IS ALIVE AND KICKING >39PAGE 27 AFFILIATESPAGE 53 FEATURED COMPANIESPAGE 57 FEATURED PROJECTSPAGE 62 PRE-BID PROJECTSPAGE 63 ACTIVE PROJECTSPAGE 67 POST-BID PROJECTSPAGE 71 WAGE DETERMINATIONSCONSTRUCTION HOMEPAGE38PAGE 76 LIENSCITY INSTALLS NEW TRAFFIC LIGHTS ALONG LEAD AND COAL >39STATE AWARDS $45 MILLION TO LOCAL AND TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS FOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY QUALITY OF LIFE IMPROVEMENTS >39MESA DEL SOL SPORTS COMPLEX BEGINS PHASE TWO DEVELOPMENT >39COUNTY AWAITS STATE OK TO OPEN DETOX >40PLANNING, DESIGN, & CONSTRUCTION HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALLS ON UNM'S FUTURE DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING >40NEW PHOENIX EXPANSIVE APARTMENT COMMUNITY TO GO UP NEAR MASSIVE SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT >43TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY BREAKS GROUND ON MEDICAL SCHOOL FOR DALLAS- FORT WORTH REGION >43AECOM HUNT PICKED FOR $3B TEXAS MIXED- USE PROJECT’S FIRST PHASE >44CRANE WATCH: LUXURY APARTMENTS, AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND MORE MIXED-USE COMING TO AUSTIN METRO >44MANUFACTURING SECTOR POWERS UP IN ARIZONA >44PAGE 49: CONSTRUCTION NEWS TRENDS

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28ASA NEW MEXICOANNUAL SPONSORSAmerican National Insulation & SealantsConstruction Reporter/ Built EnvironmentEnterprise Builders CorporationFairway, Inc.HB ConstructionMenicucci Insurance Agency, LLCPrime Electric, Inc.Ray’s Flooring SpecialistsWagner Equipment Co.Western States Fire Protection, Co.Yearout MechanicalBradbury Stamm ConstructionDekker Perich SabatiniEaton Sales and Service, LLCJack’s Mechanical Solutions Inc.REDW, LLCBohannan Huston, Inc.Burke Insurance GroupCalvert Menicucci, P.C.JTC, Inc.Klinger Constructors, LLCMiller Bonded Inc.Sealant Specialists, Inc.RED LEVEL WHITE LEVEL BLUE LEVEL Thank you for your continued support!DOWNLOAD THE ASA NMNEWSLETTERVIEW THE ASA NMMEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2022-2023 >JAN. 25TH– BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURFEB. 2ND– NM CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COALITION OSHA FATALITY RECAPFEB. 9TH– LUNCHEON PRESENTATION GC PANEL DISCUSSION PART IIFEB. 23RD– MEET THE GENERALS EVENTMAR. 7TH- 11TH SUBEXCEL 2023MAR. 23RD– PARTNER DINNERMAR. 29TH- BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURAPR. 13TH– LUNCHEON PRESENTATION LEGISLATIVE UPDATEMAY 4TH- NM CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COALITION FATIGUE PRESENTED BY NM TECH. MAY 11TH- LUNCHEON PRESENTATION ANNUAL MEETING & WHAT IS ASA? WHAT IS IN IT FOR ME?MAY 24TH- BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURJUN. TBD– ASA NIGHT AT THE ISOTOPESJUN. 8TH– LUNCHEON PRESENTATION THE SEAN & MO SHOWJULY 28TH– ANNUAL AWARDS EVENTAUG. 10TH- LUNCHEON PRESENTATION HR & MARIJUANA ISSUESAUG. 23RD- BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURSEPT. 2ND- NM CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COALITION SUICIDE PREVENTIONSEPT. 14TH- LUNCHEON PRESENTATION ASA NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS; MIKE OSCAROCT. 6TH– ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENTOCT. 25TH- BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURNOV. 2ND- NM CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COALITION WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONSNOV. 9TH- LUNCHEON PRESENTATION CYBER SECURITY & LIABILITYNOV. 15TH- BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURDATES AND TOPICS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. SAVE THE DATES: 2023 EVENT SCHEDULE BUILTENVIRONMENT

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29AGC NEW MEXICOEVENT CALENDARJANUARY - MAY 2023BUILTENVIRONMENTFRIDAY JANUARY 20TH8:00 AM - 12:00 PM - TRAILER TOWING SAFETY TRAINING - CLICK HERESUPPORT THE AGC UNM STUDENT CHAPTER ASC COMPETITION >FRIDAY JANUARY 27TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - SUPERVISORY TRAINING PROGRAM (STP) UNIT 5 IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND MANAGING PROJECT COSTS - CLICK HEREAGC 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 >TUESDAY JANUARY 31ST8:00 AM - 9:00 AM - LEGISLATIVE/CONTRACTOR COFFEE MEET & GREET - CLICK HERETHURSDAY FEBRUARY 2ND2:00 PM - 5:00 PM - AGC NM SAFETY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2023 - CLICK HERETHURSDAY FEBRUARY 10TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - BUILDING OPERATOR CERTIFICATION- 2023 - CLICK HEREMONDAY FEBRUARY 23RD8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - STP UNIT 3 - PLANNING AND SCHEDULING - CLICK HERETHURDAY MARCH 9TH3:00 PM - 5:00 PM - WOMEN OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY - CLICK HERETHURDAY MAY 18TH8:00 AM - 12:00 PM - AGC ESTIMATING AND JOB COSTING COURSE - CLICK HEREAssociation Survey Finds Contractors Optimistic aboutAdding Workers in 2023 But Worried about FindingEnough Workers to Fill Positions; Calls for ImmigrationReform and Investments in Construction EducationConstruction firms added 28,000 employees in Decemberand continued to raise wages for hourly workers morethan other sectors as the industry’s unemployment ratefell to a record low for the month, according to an analysisby the Associated General Contractors of America of newgovernment data. Association officials said the data alignwith their newly released survey, which found themajority of contractors are optimistic about demand formost construction types, despite reporting difficulty fillingpositions.CONTINUE READING >CONSTRUCTION ADDS 28,000 EMPLOYEES IN DECEMBER AND RAISES PAY 6.1 PERCENT AS SECTOR’S UNEMPLOYMENT RATE HITS RECORD DECEMBER LOW OF 4.4 PERCENT

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30On 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 FEBRUARY - MARCH 2023CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORESCHOLARSHIPSLocation:Cutter Pavilion2023 CASINO NIGHTFRIDAY FEBRUARY 17TH, 2023LEARN MORE >Copyright: Canva ProBUILTENVIRONMENTLocation:Tinnin Ranch Hunt Club2023 PULL! FOR THE PAC SPRINGFRIDAY MARCH 24TH, 2023LEARN MORE >Copyright: Canva Pro

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31BUILTENVIRONMENTDESIGN TRENDS POINT TO SMALLER SCALE DEVELOPMENT, YET UNDERSCORE THE NEED FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND RESILIENT COMMUNITIESWASHINGTON – Dec. 13, 2022 – Results from TheAmerican Institute of Architects (AIA) fourth quarterHome Design Trends Survey revealed a slump in newaffordable housing construction and multi-generationalhousing popularity. Other trends suggest consumers’interest in communities designed sustainably isgrowing. The latest survey results—focusing on neighborhooddesign—found that popularity for higher-densitydevelopment and mixed-use facilities continued toflourish in 2022, even with new construction slowing inall housing sectors. Additionally, demand for durableand fire resistive exteriors, and cool roofs grew. Surveyresults also showed diverse home styles withincommunities, demonstrating a shift to smaller scaledevelopment.CONTINUE READING >AIA ALBUQUERQUEEVENT CALENDARJANUARY & FEBRUARY 2023Copyright: Canva ProTHURSDAY JANUARY 19TH12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - JANUARY 19, 2023 AIAABQ LUNCHEON - TBD - CLICK HEREFRIDAY FEBRUARY 10TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - IBC UPDATES 2015-2021 ONE DAY CLASS! - CLICK HERE

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32ABC NEW MEXICO EVENT CALENDARJANUARY - FEBRUARY 2023ABC’S CONSTRUCTION BACKLOG INDICATOR FLAT IN DECEMBER AT HIGHEST LEVEL SINCE Q2 2019WASHINGTON, Jan. 10—Associated Buildersand Contractors reports today that itsConstruction Backlog Indicator remainedunchanged at 9.2 months in December,according to an ABC member surveyconducted Dec. 20, 2022, to Jan. 5, 2023. Thereading is one month higher than in December2021.Backlog remains at its highest level since thesecond quarter of 2019. This has beenespecially true in the South, which has beenthe case for many of the past several years.ABC’s Construction Confidence Index readingfor profit margins and sales increased inDecember, while the reading for staffing levelsmoved lower. All three readings remain abovethe threshold of 50, indicating expectations ofgrowth over the next six months.CONTINUE READING >BUILTENVIRONMENTJANUARY MEMBER LUNCHEONTHURSDAY JANUARY 26TH, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM - CLICK HEREMARCH MEMBER LUNCHEONTHURSDAY MARCH 30TH, 11:30 PM - 1:00 PM - CLICK HEREFRIDAY APRIL 21ST, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM - CLICK HERECORN HOLE TOURNAMENTTHURSDAY AUGUST 17TH, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM - CLICK HERESAFETY AWARDS LUNCHEONWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22ND, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM - CLICK HERENOVEMBER MEMBER LUNCHEONTHURSDAY DECEMBER 14TH, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM - CLICK HEREANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEONCLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENTTHURSDAY MAY 11TH, 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM - CLICK HEREAPPRENTICE GRADUATIONFRIDAY JUNE 9TH, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM - CLICK HEREFRIDAY JULY 14TH 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM - CLICK HERENIGHT GOLF TOURNAMENTFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15TH, 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM - CLICK HERESPORTING CLAY TOURNAMENTCopyright: Canva ProWE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING ANNUAL SPONSORS FOR 2023!CLICK THE BUTTON DOWN BELOW TO VIEW PACKAGE OPTIONS

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33UPCOMING DATES NMUCA NEWSLETTERDECEMBER 2022From the Executive Director's DeskHello Members,I hope you're all doing well and are lookingforward to the holidays. Thank you for yourmembership this year. If you haven't filled out the NMUCA survey yet,please do so by December 15th. Survey Link. I hope you have a safe and wonderful holidayseason. -Jane Jernigan SAFETY FOCUS -CONTRIBUTING FACTORSThe Five Contributing Factors1. Distractions- There are many distractions thatcan take away focus from the work task at hand.These distractions can be in our actual workenvironment, such as clutter or noise, or a mentaldistraction. Mental distractions stemming fromwhat is going on in our home life can serve as ahuge disruption to getting tasks done safely atwork. 2. Complacency- Many workers do the same tasksover and over for many years. Because of thisfamiliarity with their work, complacency...CONTINUE READING >THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND - CSCTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD - MEET THE GENERALS2023 SECOND ANNUAL MEET THE GENERALSMARK YOUR CALENDAR!FEBRUARY 23RD, 2023NMUCA'S END OF YEAR SOCIALCLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOSCopyright: Canva ProCopyright: Courtesy of NMUCABUILTENVIRONMENT

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34WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTIONNEW MEXICOWICNM NEWSLETTEROCTOBER 2022 >HELLO MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF WICNM,THERE IS ONLY ONE EVENT LEFT FOR 2022 – MARKYOUR CALENDARS & REGISTER NOW FOR OURANNUAL CONSTRUCTING CHEER CHRISTMAS PARTYON NOVEMBER 18TH! DETAILS BELOW.STARTING OCTOBER 1ST, NEW MEMBERS CAN JOIN,AND THEIR DUES WILL INCLUDE THE REST OF 2022AND WILL ALSO COVER THE ENTIRE YEAR OF 2023.ALSO IN OCTOBER, YOU WERE EMAILED THE 2023ONLINE WICNM BOARD OF DIRECTORS BALLOT.PLEASE VOTE IN THIS ELECTION; THERE IS ONEVOTE PER MEMBER.JUST A REMINDER THAT THE BOARD WILL BECONDUCTING A STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSION INNOVEMBER, AND WE WANT YOUR INPUT AS WEPLAN FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR. PLEASE REACHOUT TO ANY BOARD MEMBER OR EMAIL US YOURSUGGESTIONS. WE ALWAYS WELCOME YOURFEEDBACK SO THAT WE CAN CONTINUALLYIMPROVE YOUR MEMBERSHIP VALUE ANDEXPERIENCE. NEXT YEAR WE WILL BECELEBRATING 5 YEARS!!OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH.KNOWLEDGE AND EARLY DETECTION SAVES LIVES.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUTBREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ANDPREVENTION.JANE JERNIGAN, WICNM PRESIDENT“GIVE BACK”ACCEPTING DONATIONSMONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY FROM 10 AM TO 3 PMARE YOU SPRING CLEANING? ARE YOU CLEANINGOUT YOUR CLOSETS? CONSIDER DONATING ITEMSTO S.A.F.E. HOUSE OF ALBUQUERQUE.WHILE SURVIVORS OF INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSEARE AT THE SHELTER, WE PROVIDE THEM WITHALL THE BASIC NECESSITIES THEY NEED INCLUDINGTOILETRIES, BEDDING, LINENS, ETC. WHEN THEYLEAVE THE SHELTER, WE WORK WITH THEM TOENSURE THEY HAVE WHAT THEY NEED TOCONTINUE SAFELY ON THEIR HEALING JOURNEY.DONATIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT THRIFTIQUE,(6001 LOMAS BLVD. NE, SUITE Q), OUR THRIFTSTORE. ITEMS THAT ARE NOT USED BY OURRESIDENTS ARE SOLD TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC TOHELP FUND THE SHELTER. CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF ITEMS NEEDEDBUILTENVIRONMENT

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35BUILTENVIRONMENTBUILTENVIRONMENTCLICK HERE TO REGISTERJoin industry partners, workforce developmentpartners, and economic development partners forthe 2023 Legislative / Contractor Breakfast Meet& Greet! This event is brought to you by:MCA/SMACNA of New Mexico, AGC New Mexico,ACONM, and Innovate+Educate.Innovate+Educate422 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM, 87501, UnitedStatesLEGISLATIVE / CONTRACTOR BREAKFAST MEET & GREETJANUARY 31, 2023 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (MST)MISSION OF MCA NMThe Mechanical Contractors Association of NewMexico is an industry trade associationdedicated to the advancement of membercontractors through training, advocacy, andpartnership.MISSION OF SMACNA NMAt the Sheet Metal and Air ConditioningContractors’ Association of New Mexico ourmission is to create a competitive advantage forour members through industry education, laborrelations, standards development, industryrepresentation, and business studies. The First Session of the 56th Legislature officiallykicked off yesterday! On the first day of thesession, the Legislature is elected a new Speakerof the House, Representative Javier Martinez, whoimmediately shook up House committeeassignments. Governor Lujan Grisham delivered her first in-person State of the State Address in three years.In the address the Governor will outline theadministrations priorities and expectations for thelegislative session.This year’s legislative session is a 60-day session,meaning legislators can introduce and considerbills on nearly every topic area that impacts NewMexicans and the construction industry.MCA / SMACNA of New Mexico team membershave already begun tracking and analyzing pre-filed legislation. New Mexico Legislators havealready pre-filed over 200 bills (Pre-filed SenateBills, Pre-Filed House Bills).MCA / SMACNA of New Mexico will send outregular policy-related communications and calls-to-action as necessary to ensure our community isinformed and our contractors are appropriatelyrepresented during this legislative session.2023 LEGISLATIVE SESSIONKICKED OFF YESTERDAY AT NOON!Copyright: Canva Pro

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A bill has been introduced in the NewMexico State Legislature that may be thefirst step in the eventual construction ofa high-speed rail link running north tosouth through New Mexico.Senator Bill Soules has introducedlegislation proposing a feasibility study tobe undertaken by the state’s Departmentof Transportation for a train that wouldrun between 150 and 200 miles per hour.As envisioned, the train would connectDenver with Chihuahua, Mexico, andcould ultimately cost as much as $1billion to build. The proposed feasibilitystudy is significantly less fiscally formid-HIGH-SPEED RAIL PROJECT TO BE REVIWED BY NEW MEXICO LAWMAKERSBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/17/2023Copyright: Canva Proformidable, with a price tag of $500,000.Soules has actually presented two bills inthe Roundhouse: one for the feasibilitystudy and another to fund the entireproject. He has told reporters that heregards it as extremely unlikely thatlawmakers will support full funding of ahigh-speed rail line, but he hopes, withthe feasibility study, to at least stimulateconversation regarding its eventualconstruction.Soules had introduced similar legislationin the early 2022 session of thelegislature, only to see it die for lack ofaction.36CONSTRUCTION NEWSNEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO WATER PROJECTS GETTING OMNIBUS BILL FUNDING SUPPORTBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/13/2023Exactly $5.8 million has been secured infederal funding for three long-plannedwater infrastructure projects in NewMexico.The funding is coming out of the historic$1.7 trillion Omnibus AppropriationsAgreement approved by members ofCongress in late December and is seeing$3 million going to the East Pecos MutualDomestic Water Consumer’s Associationto connect homes to both sewer lines andcentralized treatment.

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Some $1.5 million is slated for the Puebloof Santo Domingo in the north centralpart of the state. Finally, $1.3 million hasbeen approved for the construction of anew water well in the city of Gallup.Altogether, New Mexico is receiving$273 million in funding for nearly 150projects of varying sizes and purposes.In a statement announcing the funding,U.S. Senator Ben Ray Lujan said moneycoming out of Washington will “upliftNew Mexico communities by restoringand maintaining our acequias, expandingaccess to affordable housing,modernizing transportation, creatingopportunities for our kids andstrengthening health care.”37BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Canva ProIMPROVEMENTS TO FARMINGTON PARK MAY COME WITH STATE FUNDINGBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/12/2023A move to build a new multi-usestructure at the site of the annual SanJuan County Fair may get a significantboost later this spring, depending uponthe generosity of state lawmakers.For some time now, San Juan Countyofficials have wanted to build a modern multi-use structure at McGee Park,located at 41 Road 5568.As proposed, the new structure wouldcome after demolition of a nearly 4,500square foot poultry barn at the site thatwas built in 1977 and a rabbit barn, built5 years later, that measures just over3,100 square feet.Copyright: Canva ProBoth of those structures, built belowgrade, have been subject to repeatedflooding and are thought to not be up tothe standards of the rest of the park.The multipurpose replacement building isexpected to measure around 10,600square feet and would provide barn andother space.County officials say it will cost at least$1.5 million to level the two existingstructures and build a new replacementbuilding and are now asking for a capitaloutlay request via the New Mexico StateLegislature for the project.The winter 2023 session of thelegislature is scheduled to begin onJanuary 17.The always-popular San Juan County Fairis traditionally held during the latesummer and features everything fromlivestock shows to duck races and gospelmusic.

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The Associated Students at theUniversity of New Mexico plan to lobbyfor their capital outlay projects duringopening day of the 56th session of theNew Mexico Legislature on Tuesday, Jan.17. ASUNM hopes to secure funding forthree projects, all of which are centeredaround safety on campus. They will bedecided on by the administration, withlimited amounts of student input,according to ASUNM President Ian May.Each year, ASUNM decides on a projectthat ASUNM legislative members willlobby for in Santa Fe via a capital outlaybill, according to May. Capital outlayprojects are state infrastructure projectsthat are funded by bonds. After statewideprojects have been budgeted and passedby the Senate and the House, the rest ofthe money is then divided equally torepresentatives to decide to fund otherprojects, according to the New MexicoState Legislature. Continue reading >38BUILTENVIRONMENTASUNM TO LOBBY FOR CAMPUS SAFETY PROJECTSBy Weston Quintana, Daily Lobo01/17/2023Pharmaceutical research, developmentand manufacturing company Curia brokeground this fall on a $100 millionexpansion of its Albuquerque operations,potentially adding nearly 300 new localjobs to its current workforce.It’s the second major expansion heresince 2018 by the biotech company,which already employs about 400 peopleat two locations, including a 135,000-square-foot facility at the MidtownBusiness Park at I-25 and Montgomery,plus an 80,000-square-foot facility nearBalloon Fiesta Park. Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProNEW JOBS, BIGGER FACILITIES, LOCAL SUPPORT: NEW MEXICO’S BIOSCIENCE INDUSTRY IS ALIVE AND KICKINGBy Kevin Robinson-Avila, Albuquerque Journal01/16/2023ALBUQUERQUE LAWMAKERS WANT RAIL YARDS FIRE STATION UPGRADEBy Jessica Barron, KRQE01/16/2023ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A citycouncilor would like to see a historic firestation restored. Councilor Isaac Bentonis hoping to get funding to upgrade theAtchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe RailwayFire Station. The fire station has been a city landmarksince 1987 and is one of the oldest firestations in the... Continue reading >

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39BUILTENVIRONMENTSANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grishamand the Department of Finance andAdministration on Friday announced theaward of $45 million from the RegionalRecreation Centers/Qualify of Life Grantto tribal, municipal, and countygovernments across New Mexico.“Investing in quality recreational facilitiesin important to supporting the health,happiness and wellbeing of NewMexicans in communities across thestate,” said Gov... Continue reading >STATE AWARDS $45 MILLION TO LOCAL ANDTRIBAL GOVERNMENTS FOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY QUALITY OF LIFE IMPROVEMENTSBy Office of the Governor-New Mexico, Press release01/13/2023ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Lead andCoal corridors are two of the busieststreets in Albuquerque. They are alsoknown for being dangerous and evendeadly stretches of road, but the city istrying to change that.In the 18 years Lisa Hammitt and SallyTrefethen’s home has bordered Lead atWalter, they say they have seen morethan their fair share of traffic crashes. Continue reading >CITY INSTALLS NEW TRAFFIC LIGHTS ALONG LEAD AND COALBy Brianna Wilson, KOB401/13/2023MESA DEL SOL SPORTS COMPLEX BEGINS PHASE TWO DEVELOPMENTBy Brian Fernandes, Albuquerque Business First01/12/2023The initiative to develop the Mesa del SolRegional Outdoor Sports Complexmoved forward Thursday as constructionbegan on phase two.This comes after a groundbreakingceremony on Wednesday marked atransition from the first phase, whichcreated seven athletic fields.“I am personally... Continue reading >OUTDOOR RECREATION TRAILS+ GRANTS FUND PROJECTS NEAR SANTA FE, TAOSBy Teya Vitu, Santa Fe New Mexican01/16/2023The state Outdoor Recreation Divisionon Jan. 9 announced a third round ofOutdoor Recreation Trails+ grants to 19projects to wrap up nearly $6.6 million ininvestments for 2022, the New MexicoEconomic Development Departmentreported.The third round of... Continue reading >Copyright: Canva Pro

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40BUILTENVIRONMENTUNM Planning, Design & Construction(PDC), in partnership with SasakiAssociates, a planning and design firm, ishosting two virtual town halls in Januaryto provide updates on the IntegratedCampus Plan (ICP) and to gathercommunity input on future developmentand planning for all UNM Campuses.Build the future of UNMThe University of New Mexico is thestate’s flagship academic institution – thelargest by enrollment – and one of NewMexico’s largest employers. Ourcampuses are more than an assortmentof buildings with classrooms, labs, officespaces, and housing halls. UNM’sproperties encompass over 2,000 acres,including branch campuses in Gallup, LosAlamos, Los Lunas, Rio Rancho, and Taos. Continue reading >PLANNING, DESIGN, & CONSTRUCTION HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALLS ON UNM'S FUTURE DEVELOPMENT & PLANNINGBy Sarah Scott, UNM Newroom01/11/2023COUNTY AWAITS STATE OK TO OPEN DETOXBy Geoffrey Plant, Taos News01/11/2023In addition to Vista Taos and ShadowMountain — two longstanding, privatesubstance use disorder rehabilitationoperations here — Taos County is set tobecome home to two more substance usedisorder treatment facilities, includingone that will be publicly owned.Taos County, along with Rio Arriba andSan Miguel counties, had the highest rateof opioid overdose emergency roomvisits and overdose deaths in the state,according to the latest New MexicoDepartment of Health's Substance UseEpidemiology Profile Report. TaosCounty is also in the top third of thestate's 33 counties for alcohol-relatedchronic disease and deaths. Taos Countytopped the list of New Mexico countieswhere youths report consuming alcohol,according to the report, in which "anyalcohol consumption...Continue reading >Copyright: Canva Pro

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41BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION NEWSSOUTHWESTPlans are moving forward for the buildingof El Paso Water’s new 3-storyheadquarters, a project long in the talkingand planning stage that is said to cost upto $47 million.The new structure will nearly double thesize of the utility company’s current40,000 square foot headquarters at 1154Hawkins Boulevard, which it hasoccupied for the last 30 years.That building was formerly home to theEl Paso Banking Center. El Paso Waterofficials have previously stated that thestructure is too small for current needs,and also has some heating and coolingsystems issues.As envisioned, the project will see theconstruction of both a new headquartersbuilding as well as a parking garage. Planscall for a ground-floor lobby, shadedcourtyard, and covered pedestrianwalkway connecting the building to thegarage.The structure will be built next to thecurrent headquarters.If all goes according to schedule, the newbuilding will be completed by late 2024 WORK MAY SOON BEGIN ON EL PASO WATER’S NEW HEADQUARTERSBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/18/2023with plans calling for the demolition ofthe existing headquarters in the spring of2025.The company’s offices were formerlylocated at 320 S. Campbell Street indowntown El Paso, a structure that itsubsequently sold.NEW ARIZONA GOVERNOR CHALLENGES LEGISLATURE WITH WIDE ARRAY OF PROJECTSBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/16/2023In her first initiative as Arizona’s chiefexecutive, Governor Katie Hobbs hasunveiled a series of budget priorities thatinclude an ambitious variety ofinfrastructure and water projects to bevoted on by state lawmakers in thecoming weeks.In announcing those priorities, Hobbsremarked that Arizona has an“opportunity to make a significant changein the lives of the families and -Copyright: Canva Pro

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42BUILTENVIRONMENTcommunities of this state.”Continued the Governor: “We arecommitted to facing our challenges headon to build a resilient, innovating, andprosperous Arizona for everyone.”Among the priorities: a one-time GeneralFund deposit of $333 million in statefunding to go to the Long-Term WaterAugmentation Fund, which is tasked withwater supply infrastructure andconservation.Some $15 million is being proposed byHobbs to fund a grant program that willassist Indigenous, Latino, and ruralcommunities in securing well drillers toaccess safe drinking water.Copyright: Canva ProExactly $10 million is slated to go to theState Parks Heritage Fund, which is usedfor a variety of park development,preservation, and trail projects; while$7.5 million is slated for restoringinterstation passenger service to the cityPhoenix, which has been without thatservice now for nearly three decades.A smaller $5 million will go to the state’sDepartment of Water Resources in itsongoing effort to provide water resourcemanagement planning for localgovernments.The Arizona legislature, convening onJanuary 19, is scheduled to wrap up its2023 session on April 18.BIG COLORADO SPRINGS AMPHITHEATER SET FOR SPRING CONSTRUCTIONBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/13/2023A project that would see the constructionof an 8,000-seat amphitheater inColorado Springs has cleared animportant hurdle.The company Notes Live, which is alsobased in Colorado Springs, last yearproposed the building of the facility on an18-acre site on the northern side of thecity at the southeast corner of VoyagerParkway and the Spectrum Loopintersection.Promising to be, according to thecompany’s website, the “most luxuriousand hospitality-focused music venue inthe country,” the amphitheater will bebuilt to offer views of the sun setting overPikes Peak.Although the project secured theapproval last November of the city’splanning commission, it has beenconsistently opposed by nearby residentsciting noise concerns. Subsequently, agroup called the Greyhawk at NorthgateHomeowners Association filed an appeal- Copyright: Canva Pro

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43BUILTENVIRONMENTto the commission’s decision.According to city records, the appealadditionally argued that the project will“have an adverse impact on localbusinesses by clogging parking lots,preventing clients from using on-streetparking, and making access difficultthrough increased traffic before and afterperformances.”In response, Notes Live reported that ithas decided to build acoustical walls tohold down the noise, while also sayingthat it has secured up to 3,000 parkingspaces from area businesses to be usedon concert nights.Ultimately, members of the ColoradoSprings City Council, in reviewing theobjections to the building of theamphitheater, voted 8 to 1 to proceedwith the project.Sources say the unique outdoor musicvenue is expected to see completion in2024.Estate Group, which is based in New Yorkand will ultimately see the constructionof some 438 units.The company paid around $22 million topurchase the 21-acre site for the projectat 20620 North 19th Avenue. Asenvisioned, the project will include bothbuild-to-rent units as well as garden-styleapartments.The project will go up near the big under-development $12 billion TaiwanSemiconductor Manufacturing plant.Mack is additionally currently in theprocess of building a massive industrialcenter in north Phoenix, as well as a 297-unit rental community at N. 23rd Avenueand W. Pinnacle Peak Road, also inPhoenix.Founded in 2013, the Mack Real EstateGroup is defined as an “integrated realestate investor, developer, operator, andlender.” NEW PHOENIX EXPANSIVE APARTMENT COMMUNITY TO GO UP NEAR MASSIVE SEMICONDUCTOR PLANTBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/13/2023Plans are now underway for theconstruction of a build-to-rent project onthe north side of Phoenix that may costas much as $250 million to complete.The project, a tree-lined community, isbeing spearheaded by the Mack Real TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY BREAKS GROUND ON MEDICALSCHOOL FOR DALLAS- FORT WORTH REGIONBy Novid Parsi, BDC Network01/17/2023Texas Christian University (TCU) hasbroken ground on the Anne BurnettMarion School of Medicine, which aims tohelp meet the expanding medical needsof the growing Dallas-Fort Worth region. When it opens in summer 2024, theBurnett School of Medicine will train 240medical students... Continue reading >

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44BUILTENVIRONMENTjobs as well as high-paying long-termjobs. Taiwan-based TSMC, in fact,recently announced it will build a secondfactory, increasing its Arizona investmentto $40 billion.Numerous other manufacturing-sectorprojects are under construction in thegreater Phoenix area. Sunlit Chemical,also based in Taiwan, expects tocomplete the first phase of itsmanufacturing... Continue reading >AECOM HUNT PICKED FOR $3B TEXAS MIXED- USE PROJECT’S FIRST PHASEAECOM Hunt is serving as theconstruction manager for infrastructurework on the first phase of a $3-billionmixed-use project dubbed “The Mix” thatis planned in Frisco, Texas.The overall development includes 2million sq ft of office space, 375,000 sq ftof retail, two hotels and 3 million sq ft ofresidential space, all built around a 9-acrepark. The 112-acre site is locatedbetween the North Dallas Tollway andJohn Hickman Parkway. Continue reading >CRANE WATCH: LUXURY APARTMENTS, AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND MORE MIXED-USE COMING TO AUSTIN METROBy Cody Baird, Austin Business Journal01/17/2023Presidium Group LLC broke ground on itslatest Austin-area project in December. The Dallas-based developer brokeground on Presidium Tech Ridge, a 358-unit luxury apartment complex inNortheast Austin, according to a Dec. 14announcement. Once complete, thedevelopment will boast a bevy ofamenities that developers hope “foster amore dynamic tenant experience,” saidDustin Mattiza, Presidium vice presidentof development. Continue reading >By James Leggate, ENR Texas & Louisiana01/17/2023Copyright: Canva ProMANUFACTURING SECTOR POWERS UP IN ARIZONABy David M. Brown, ENR Southwest01/17/2023Manufacturing megaprojects includingIntel’s $20-billion Fab 52 and 62semiconductor plants, scheduled to openin Chandler, Ariz., in 2024, and the $12-billion TSMC semiconductor factory innorth Phoenix, also anticipated for 2024,are creating thousands of construction Copyright: Canva Pro

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45BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION NEWSNATIONALA tradition dating to the early 1790swhen private laborers began work onsuch government structures as the WhiteHouse, is more alive than ever, accordingto a new survey, as contractors areincreasingly looking to the public sectorfor new projects.The survey, High Hopes for Public SectorFunding Amid Workforce and SupplyChain Challenges, was conducted by theAssociated General Contractors ofAmerica, and reveals bullish expectationsamong contractors for public sector workin 2023.According to the survey, some 42% ofcontractor respondents said they expectto see more bridge/highway and general BUILDERS EXPECT TO SEE MORE 2023 PUBLIC PROJECT WORK, SAYS SURVEYBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/18/2023Copyright: Greg A. Smith, Thru Your Lens Photographytransportation work this year; followedby 38% who are anticipating more waterand sewer project work.Respondents also expect to see increasedutility power, hospital, and school work inthe coming year. At the same time, justunder a quarter of the respondentsforecast less work in both the privateoffice and retail segments.Contractors also, according to an analysisaccompanying the survey, anticipatetaking on projects for the GeneralServices Administration, Department ofVeterans Affairs, U.S. Army Corps ofEngineers, and the Naval FacilitiesEngineering Systems Command.Although it appears a given that manynew projects will be coming out of lastyear’s Infrastructure Investment andJobs Act, the survey reveals that only 5%of respondents have so far worked on anew project funded by the law.“The fact that so few firms havebenefitted from the infrastructuremeasure may be the result of thesignificant regulatory obstacles theadministration has imposed that arecreating confusion among state and localofficials,” contends the analysis.“In particular, the administration hasfumbled the implementation of new BuyAmerica regulations, leading towidespread confusion about which

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46BUILTENVIRONMENT-building materials are covered by thenew measure and which are not,” theanalysis adds.Exactly 58% of the firms participating inthe AGC survey report performing $50million or less in work last year; followedby 34% who undertook between $50million and $500 million in projects.Roughly 8% performed over $500 millionin work during the year. Ohio River; $400 million for structuralelements work on the famous GoldenGate Bridge in San Francisco; $158million to rehabilitate the Gold StarMemorial Bridge that crosses the ThamesRiver in Connecticut; and $144 millionfor the upgrading of four separatebridges on the southside of Chicago.The funding is more specifically comingthrough the Department ofTransportation’s Large Bridge ProjectGrants program. That program isavailable for any bridge project with atotal price tag of $100 million or more,with minimum grant awards set at $50million.A separate program provided funding forbridge planning projects has seen$421,000 awarded to Maricopa Countyin Arizona for the planning of a newbridge over the Gila River; and $750,000to the City of Colorado Springs forplanning and environmental studiesrelated to a bridge over MonumentCreek and the Pikes Peak Greenway Trailbridge.Regarding the funding of the largerbridge projects, Buttigieg added thatsuch structures are “not only pillars ofour economy, but also iconic symbols oftheir states’ past and future.”TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT FUNDING VARIETY OF BRIDGE PROJECTSBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/12/2023Up to $40 billion in funding is expected tobe made available through the FederalHighway Administration for the repairand rebuilding of some of the nation’slargest bridges.“Safe, modern bridges ensure that firstresponders can get to calls more quickly,shipments reach businesses on time, anddrivers can get to where they need to go,”Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigiegsaid in announcing the funding.Early efforts are seeing $1.3 billion goingto the rehabilitation of the Brent SpaceBridge in Kentucky, which crosses the Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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47BUILTENVIRONMENTThe U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)released its annual ranking of U.S. statesleading the way on green building, withMassachusetts topping the list. TheUSGBC ranking is based on LEED-certified gross square footage per capitaover the past year. The LEED ratingsystem is the world’s most widely usedgreen building program and was createdby USGBC as a leadership standarddefining best practices for healthy, high-performing green buildings. Continue reading >CONTEMPORARY CEMENT PLANT CONSTRUCTION: THE MITCHELL CEMENT PLANT, INDIANABy Kristin Dispenza, ForConstructionPros01/17/2023When constructing the second-largestcement plant in North America with aneye toward not only increasing capacityand meeting current market demands butalso achieving sustainability goals, thebuilding team brought creativity andinnovation to the task.Heidelberg Materials, formerly known asLehigh Hanson, expects to begin clinkerproduction at its new state-of-the-artfacility on the Mitchell Cement Plant andTerminal grounds, located in Mitchell,Indiana, in early 2023. Construction ofthe Mitchell K4 project, which requiredapproximately 1,000 workers, brokeground in late 2019, but experienceddelays due to COVID-19 and resumed inSeptember 2020 at an accelerated pace.The $600+ million project is the largestcapital investment in the history ofHeidelberg Materials. Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProU.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL ANNOUNCES 2022 TOP 10 STATES FOR GREEN BUILDINGBy Staff, Metal Construction News01/17/20233D-PRINTED HOMES LEVEL UP WITH A 2- STORY HOUSE IN HOUSTONBy Emma Bowman, NPR01/16/20233D printing is taking home constructionto new heights. In Houston, a giantprinter is building what designers say isthe first 3D-printed two-story house inthe U.S.The machine has been pouring a concretemix from a nozzle, one layer at a time, inhot weather and cold, alongside a sparseon-site workforce, to create a 4,000-square-foot home.While construction 3D printing has beenaround for over a decade, the technologyhas only started to break ground in theU.S. homebuilding... Continue reading >

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48BUILTENVIRONMENTChicago-based construction firm Claycowas awarded the contract to renovateand expand Fort Wayne InternationalAirport’s East Terminal, the companyannounced on Dec. 19, 2022. The projectis part of the airport’s continuing ProjectGateway, and comes on the heels of itscurrent West Terminal expansion andrehabilitation, per a press release.Construction on the $60 million EastTerminal will start in May, according toClayco spokesperson Richard Ray.Work entails the renovation ofapproximately 10,500 square feet ofconcourse area, as well as expansion ofthe first-level space designated forairport operations, according to therelease. Fargo, North Dakota-basedMead & Hunt designed the project. Continue reading >PENNSYLVANIA COUNTY SUES CONTRACTORS OVER 1980S JAIL CONSTRUCTIONBy James Leggate, Engineering News Record01/17/2023A Pennsylvania county government issuing the contractors that designed andbuilt its jail more than 40 years ago,alleging work was never completedbecause a bond beam shown on plans wasnever placed. Officials say theconstruction oversight hasteneddeterioration and added millions ofdollars to the cost of a recent renovation.The Clearfield County Jail was designedand built around 1981, according to thelawsuit filed in state court. The contractshave been lost, but county officialsbelieve the firm L. Robert Kimball andAssociates was hired to providearchitectural and engineering services forthe jail project, and that Kimball was alsoresponsible for retaining contractors andsupervising construction. Altoona, Pa.-based Leonard S. Fiore Inc. was thegeneral contractor on the project, andEverett, Pa.-based Showalter MasonryInc. also provided services, according tothe suit. Continue reading >FORT WAYNE AIRPORT AWARDS CLAYCO $60M TERMINAL EXPANSIONBy Julie Strupp, Construction Dive01/13/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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49BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION NEWSTRENDSThe Cincinnati-based data firmConstructConnect is reporting thatconstruction starts from December of2021 to December of 2022 were up by anhistoric 27%.Says the ConstructConnect analysis:“The story of construction starts was theproliferation of mega projects.” Thoseprojects brought with them dollar values CONSTRUCTION STARTS INCREASED IN 2022, SAYS SURVEYBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/16/2022Copyright: Greg A. Smith, Thru Your Lens Photography-in excess of $1 billion.“Many of them originated in themanufacturing sector,” continues theanalysis, pointing to the new TaiwanSemiconductor Manufacturingchipmaking production facility work inArizona.One of the most public of the megaprojects is the laying of an undergroundelectric power cable stretching fromCanada to New York. The ChamplainHudson Power Express, comprising 339miles of transmission line, is beingdeveloped by Transmission DevelopersIncorporated, and has a price tag ofaround $2.2 billion.The new ConstructConnect report alsoshows nonresidential building up by 71%over 2021, and institutional starts seeingan increase of 19%. The largest sectorincrease, in the industrial/manufacturingsector, saw an unprecedented 1097%increase last year.The survey additionally reveals a 94%increase in civil engineering projects,with road projects up by 15% andwater/sewage work increasing by 63%.Bridge project starts were up by 76%,while dam and marine project starts weremarginally off by 2.1%.Airport work nationally also provedlucrative, with project starts up over2021 by 56%. Continues >

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50BUILTENVIRONMENTOnly on the residential side did thenumbers go in a different direction, withoverall residential starts tanking by 26%,and single-family work down by 24%.Although the apartment constructionsegment remains buoyant nationally, it,too, was off by 20% when compared with2021.builds ranging between 1.2 and 2.0 per1,000 people.The Census figures also pegged buildingpermits in November at 1.4 million, an11.2% decline over the previous monthand 22.4% drop from November of 2021.The Census figures come as thepublication Kiplinger is reporting thathousing starts in general nationallytumbled toward the end of last year,especially when it comes to single-familyhomes.The publication adds that builders may beexpected to delay projects in the monthsahead “amid soaring mortgage rates andelevated costs for building materials.”Overall, residential construction is down32% since last February when nationalmortgage rates first began to rise, withthe biggest declines recoded in thesingle-family sector.NEW CENSUS FIGURES SHOW STRONG HOME BUILDING ACTIVITY IN THE WESTBy Gary Boulard, Construction Reporter01/13/2022The West continues to lead the nation innew home building, with the state of Utahcoming in first at 11.7 new builds per1,000 people. Idaho was close behindwith 11.4 new builds.Such statistics, compiled by the U.S.Census Bureau, placed Colorado in thetop five states nationally, with Texascoming in at number six. Two otherstates, both in the South - Florida andSouth Carolina - also made it to the topfive.Copyright: Canva ProNew Mexico was near the lower middlehalf of the list, coming in 32nd, while ahandful of states in the East, includingRhode Island, Connecticut, and NewYork, saw the least activity, with new WHAT THE TRIMBLE- RYVIT ACQUISITION MEANS FOR CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY INTEROPERABILITYBy Charles Rathmann, ForConstructionPros01/17/2022When Trimble in January of 2023announced its acquisition of constructionintegration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS)vendor Ryvit, some industry observersmay have thought it incongruent.Integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS)vendors like Boomi, Celiga, MuleSoft oror Informatica are... Continue reading >

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51BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRENDSBy Emily Newton, Design Cost Data01/16/2022Many of the innovations in theconstruction industry require people toventure outside their comfort zones anduse new tools and technologies. Althoughthere has historically been a reliance byconstruction professionals on the oldtried-and- [not so] true methods, whenbusiness leaders know their peers havegotten great results with updatedtechnology, they’ll be more open tofollowing suit. Here are some of the mostprominent construction industry trendsthat will shape 2023. Continue reading >CES RECOGNIZES A DUTCH FIRM’S WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENTBy John Caufield, Building Design Construction01/14/2022Hard hats with tracking sensors. Smartboots and watches. Glasses that openwindows to augmented reality.Exoskeletons that relieve user stress.These are among the wearabletechnologies that have emerged in recentyears to make construction sites saferand more efficient for workers andsupervisors. Continue reading >UNCERTAINTY REIGNS IN PRICING 2023 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTSBy Richard Korman & Scott Van Voorhis, Design Cost Data01/17/2022The request for qualifications didn’texactly stir a frenzy of competition.A $265-million to $310-million design-build highway improvement projectadvertised by Washington Statetransportation officials in November,with responses due early last month,attracted only Guy F. AtkinsonConstruction and Walsh ConstructionCo., which submitted qualifications andthe names of other team members. Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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Total Planroom Visitors: 211 + OWNER: Rio Rancho Public School DistrictKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 500 Laser Road NERio Rancho NM 87124Phone Number:(505) 896-0667Bid Date/Time: 2/9/2023 - 02:00pm MSTAddenda Count: 0Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: Additions / Renovations / UpgradePlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewARCHITECT: Studio Southwest Architects, Inc. Address: 2101 Mountain Rd NWAlbuquerque NM 87104Phone Number:(505) 843-9639MANDATORYPre-Proposal Conference01/17/2023 - 02:00 PMRio Rancho High School (Admin Building)301 Loma Colorado Drive NERio Rancho, NM 8712458PROJECT INFORMATIONBUILTENVIRONMENTRio Rancho Public Schools (RRPS) is requestingcompetitive sealed proposals with the intent ofentering into a contract with a general contractor forthe purpose of providing the construction services forthe project identified in this RFP. Any contractawarded as a result of this solicitation will be in effectfrom date of award until the completion of theproject. All potential Offerors are to read, understandand accept the requirements of this Request forProposals (RFP), especially the mandatoryrequirements.SCOPE:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: https://vrapp.vendorregistry.com/Bids/View/BidsList?buyerId=056be398-47ac-419f-bf5d-2a8035f9fd27DEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 1.24.2023 @ 2:00 PMSUBMIT BIDS TO: https://vrapp.vendorregistry.com/Bids/View/BidsList?buyerId=056be398-47ac-419f-bf5d-2a8035f9fd27PROJECT NOTES:RIO RANCHO HIGH SCHOOL KITCHEN REMODELCLICK HERE TO ACCESS PROJECT: 2023-0287 >

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Total Planroom Visitors: 309 + OWNER: City of Aztec - Purchasing KEY INFORMATIONAddress: 201 W. ChacoAztec NM 87410Phone Number:(505) 334-7656Bid Date/Time: 1/24/2023 - 03:00pm MSTAddenda Count: 1Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:Addenda ReceivedProject Type: Additions / Renovations / UpgradeCategory: Parks / RecreationPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewARCHITECT: Rodahl & Hummell Address: 609 N Dustin AveFarmington NM 87401Phone Number:(505) 326-6442MANDATORYPre-Proposal Conference11/22/2023 - 10:00 AMAztec Senior Center101 S. Park AveAztec, NM 8741059PROJECT INFORMATIONBUILTENVIRONMENTRenovate/remodel kitchen. The City of Aztec issoliciting a contractor to renovate/ remodel theSenior Center kitchen facility located at 101 S ParkAve, Aztec, New Mexico.SCOPE:Per Addendum 1: BID DATE EXTENDED TO01/24/2023 @ 3:00 PMAddendum 1 is available to view/download(posted12.13.22)SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Joni Gay mailto:kfarmer@aztecnm.govDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 12.13.2022 @ 10:00 AMSUBMIT BIDS TO: http://www.vendorregistry.com/ orJoni Gay, Procurement Manager, CPOCITY OF AZTECPurchasing Office102 W ChacoAztec, New Mexico 87410PROJECT NOTES:SENIOR CENTER KITCHEN RENOVATIONCLICK HERE TO ACCESS PROJECT: 2022-7753 >

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Total Planroom Visitors: 475 + OWNER: City of AlbuquerqueKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 600 2nd St NW #800Albuquerque NM 87103Phone Number:(505) 924-3673Bid Date/Time: - TBDAddenda Count: 0Memo Count: 0Estimated Cost: $92,500Phase: BiddingStage: On OrderStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: New ConstructionCategory: Airports / Transportation / RailPublic Funding: YesObtain Plans: Owner / Purchaser / DeveloperBid Security: Bonds may be required.Plans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to view60PROJECT INFORMATIONBUILTENVIRONMENTThe City of Albuquerque is seeking bids to add twonew unisex bathrooms in Hanger 1 at theAlbuquerque International Sunport Airport. Workwill include.SCOPE:Project will advertise for bid in the coming weeks.Wage Rate Decision was approved on July 30, 2020PROJECT NOTES:RESTROOM ADDITIONS IN HANGER 1 AT ALBUQUERQUE INTERNATIONAL SUNPORTCLICK HERE TO ACCESS PROJECT: 2021-5827 >

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2023-028F NM DOT CN #R923040 OPTIMUM LOCATIONS FOR THE BENEFITS OF GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREOWNER: New Mexico Department of Transportation 61FEATURED PROJECTSARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, & DESIGN CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >The County requires On-Call Professional Engineering Design Services foraddressing project development needs for transportation infrastructureimprovement projects.2023-04D7 ON-CALL ENGINEERING SERVICESOWNER: Los Alamos CountyCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >2023-03B6 PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES FOR CURRY COUNTY MULTIPURPOSE LIVESTOCK PAVILIONOWNER: Curry County CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >2023-030D UNM-PROJECT MANAGEMENT/CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT SERVICESOWNER: University of New Mexico - Purchasing Department CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >BUILTENVIRONMENT

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2023-029B: VETERANS HOUSING CENTER >SCOPE: The center will be a supportive housingcenter specifically designed for homeless veterans. Aseparate campus structure will house a wellnesscenter, thrift store, and food pantry. It is expected thatit will cost at least $18 million to build the new centerand campus.Project Information:Estimated Cost: $18,000,000Phase: PreBidStage: Conceptual / No DesignStatus: New Project / EditorialProject Type: New ConstructionCategory: Housing / Apartments / CondosPublic Funding: YesPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONCopyright: Canva ProPlans are moving forward for theconstruction in Albuquerque of a 20,000square foot supportive housing centerspecifically designed for homelessveterans.The project is being spearheaded by theVeterans Integration Centers ofAlbuquerque, which wants to build thecenter as part of a 3-acre campus not farfrom the southeast side of Interstate 26and Gibson Boulevard.That location is around 3 miles to thesoutheast of downtown Albuquerque.As proposed, the housing center will havespace for 33 residential units, with thelarger campus featuring a walking track,basketball court, children’s playground,and dog park, among other amenities.The center will have both room forveterans as well as family members. Aseparate campus structure will house awellness center, thrift store, and foodpantry.It is expected that it will cost at least $18million to build the new center andcampus. To date, the project has receivedsome $3.2 million from the federalDepartment of Veterans Affairs, alongwith another $3 million in behavioralhealth tax revenue from BernalilloCounty.CONTINUE READING >NEW VETERANS CENTER AND CAMPUS TO BE BUILT IN ALBUQUERQUEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter01/03/202362BUILTENVIRONMENT

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NEW CONSTRUCTION64BUILTENVIRONMENTPROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEADDENDA COUNTPRE-BIDMEETING2022-8562: Bluewater Elementary Replacement SchoolPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER 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: Construction of new elementary school building -24,000 SF building, concrete foundations, steel frame constructionwith metal roof deck, continuous insulation with stucco, stone and metal panel finish, standing seam metal and PVCroofing membrane systems. Associated site work (parking lot, playgrounds, grading and drainage, etc). HVAC system- Outdoor packaged rooftop units. Building is all propane (no natural gas) Sewer system includes on site septic &treatment system Demolition of the existing building.02/09/202302:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOM ACCESS00CLICK HERE RECOMMENDED01/12/202302:00 PM MSTESTIMATED COST: $10,800,000PROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDAirports / Transportation / Rail Police / Fire Sewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation Wastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTHealthcare

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SITE WORK / NON-BUILDING65BUILTENVIRONMENTPROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEADDENDA COUNTPRE-BIDMEETING2022-865F: West Aragon ImprovementsPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL814 Solutions LLC Advantage Drilling, LLCCBKN Dirtworks Deming Excavating Inc E2RC LLC CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER310000 EARTHWORK MEMBERS Ph: 505-872-0846 Ph: 505-830-9179 Ph: 505-867-2801 Ph: 575-546-7122 Ph: 505-867-4040 VIEW MORE > SCOPE OF WORK:Roadway reconstruction between Main Street and Mesa Road to include pedestrian and storm runoff infrastructureimprovements, waterline, and sanitary sewer improvements.02/02/202311:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOM ACCESS00CLICK HERE RECOMMENDED01/12/202302:00 PM MSTESTIMATED COST: $2,400,000PROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDAirports / Transportation / Rail Police / Fire Sewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation Wastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTHealthcare

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VENDOR / PROFESSIONAL SERVICES66BUILTENVIRONMENTPROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEADDENDA COUNTPRE-BIDMEETING2023-0441: RFQ-CM@R Silver City Recreation CenterPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER 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:The Town of Silver City is requesting Statement of Qualifications from qualified agencies for Construction Manager@ Risk services for the construction of Silver City Recreation Center. Responses that are lacking any requestedinformation or do not meet the minimum qualifications will be deemed incomplete and may be disqualified fromconsideration.02/09/202302:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOM ACCESS00CLICK HERE ESTIMATED COST: $11,958,260PROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDAirports / Transportation / Rail Police / Fire Sewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation Wastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTHealthcare

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Upgrade the existing lighting system in the ParkingStructure.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $3,251,000NEW MEXICOPOST-BID PROJECTS ESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $18.55 MILLION2022-7211: ABQ INTERNATIONAL SUNPORT PARKING STRUCTURE LIGHTING PROJECT67Revisions to existing Passenger Boarding Bridges at the Existing Albuquerque Sunport airport.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $7,300,0002022-79B8: JETWAY REFURBISHMENT AISReconstruct the runway and taxiway including earthwork, paving, marking, lighting system.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $8,000,0002022-5582: SIERRA BLANCA REGIONAL AIRPORT RECONSTRUCT RUNWAY 1230 & REHABILITATE TAXIWAY B RUIDOSOBUILTENVIRONMENT

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BID RESULTS/AWARDSPROJECT TYPE LEGENDPROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORY2022-7211: Albuquerque International Sunport Parking Structure Lighting ProjectPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL12/06/202301:30 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Upgrade the existing lighting system in the Parking Structure.$3,251,000CLICK HERE Airports / Transportation / RailDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter MemberContract Award: B & D Industries IncPROJECTOWNERPROJECTCIVIL ENGINEERCity of Albuquerque(505) 768-38561 Civic Plaza NWAlbuquerque NM 8710368BUILTENVIRONMENTWH Pacific Inc(505) 247-02946501 Americas Pkwy NE Ste 400Albuquerque NM 87110

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BID RESULTS/AWARDSPROJECT TYPE LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORYJetway Refurbishment AISPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2022-79B812/13/202301:30 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Revisions to existing Passenger Boarding Bridges at the Existing Albuquerque Sunport airport.$7,300,000CLICK HERE Airports / Transportation / RailDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter MemberContract Awards: JBT AeroTech (JBTC Jetway)PROJECTOWNERPROJECTARCHITECTCity of Albuquerque(505) 768-38561 Civic Plaza NWAlbuquerque NM 87103FBT Architects (505) 883-52006501 Americas Parkway NE, Suite 300Albuquerque NM 8711069BUILTENVIRONMENT

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BID RESULTS/AWARDSPROJECT TYPE LEGENDPROJECTNUMBER/NAMEBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORY2022-5582: Sierra Blanca RegionalAirport Reconstruct Runway 1230 & Rehabilitate Taxiway B RuidosoPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL08/15/202301:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Reconstruct the runway and taxiway including earthwork, paving, marking, lighting system$8,000,000CLICK HERE Airports / Transportation / RailDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter MemberContract Award: Mesa Verde Enterprises IncPROJECTOWNERPROJECTENGINEERVillage of Ruidoso(575) 258-4343313 Cree Meadows DriveRuidoso NM 88345Armstrong Consultants (505) 508-21922305 Renard Place SE, Suite 210Albuquerque NM 8710670BUILTENVIRONMENT

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NEW MEXICOWAGE DETERMINATIONSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023BERNALILLO COUNTYEDDY COUNTYLEA COUNTYDONA ANA COUNTYCHAVEZ COUNTY71BUILTENVIRONMENTSAN JUAN COUNTYOTERO COUNTYSANTA FE COUNTYSANDOVAL COUNTY

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WAGE DETERMINATIONSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023Bernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County72COUNTY LEGENDBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContracting AgencyContracting Agency ContactRequested DateWage Decision Status BE-23-0112-A Track and drainage Albuquerque Public Schools Kevin Moeller 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved BE-23-0103-A Tom Tenorio Park Phase 1-A Lighting Bernalillo County Raul Munoz 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved BE-23-0090-H ASW 16-135M Burton PS BP1 Pump Rehab Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority Rochelle Larson 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved BE-23-0089-H ASW 16-125M Leyendecker Well 1 Pump Rehab Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority Rochelle Larson 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved BE-23-0088-H ASW 16-123M Charles Well 4 Pump Rehab Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority Rochelle Larson 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved BE-23-0087-B ASW 16-165A Corrales Well 4 New Metal Building Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority Rochelle Larson 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved CH-23-0080-B Demolition of Kentucky Ave Houses New Mexico Military Institute Kent Taylor 1/10/2023 Wage Decision Approved CH-23-0063-B AESC HVAC Upgrades Roswell Independent School District Jeremy Sanchez 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved CH-23-0072-B Dexter MS Gym/Basketball Goals 2023-3037 Dexter Consolidated Schools Jeannie Harris 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved CH-23-0059-A 2021 CDBG - Water System Improvements Town of Lake Arthur Ysidro Salazar 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved

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WAGE DETERMINATIONSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023Bernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County73COUNTY LEGENDBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContracting AgencyContracting Agency ContactRequested DateWage Decision Status DA-23-0111-A N Sonoma Ranch Blvd & Northrise Dr Traffic Signal 22-23-030 City of Las Cruces Vanessa Morales-Romero 1/13/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0106-A Striping-Routine-Hatch Area New Mexico Department of Transportation May Shelly 1/13/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0107-A Pavement Markings-Dona Ana Co. New Mexico Department of Transportation May Shelly 1/13/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0104-B Santa Teresa High SchoolSystems Upgrades – 2023: Auxiliary Gym Mechanical Upgrades and Weight Room Re- Roof Gadsden Independent School District Nancy Vela 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0101-B Pan Am Seating Replacement New Mexico State University Sal Iturralde 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0077-A Arrowhead Park Roadway Development New Mexico State University Robert Estrada 1/10/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0075-B Dona Ana Co Fairgrounds Asbestos Remediation - Caliper Construction - 2023-3133 - JB Dona Ana County Donald Bullard 1/10/2023 Wage Decision Approved DA-23-0066-A Well 16 rebuild New Mexico State University Jose Loera 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved

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WAGE DETERMINATIONSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023Bernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County74COUNTY LEGENDBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContracting AgencyContracting Agency ContactRequested DateWage Decision Status ED-23-0060-A Paris Street Roadway and Sewer Improvements County of Eddy Roberta Smith 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved LE-23-0099-A 3900 Water Line City of Jal Ramirez and Sons 2023- 3157 City of Jal Desiree Lopez 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0110-H Water Treatment Plant No 1 Improvements City of Farmington Kelli Sandoval 1/13/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0108-B Purchase/installation of playground equipment at Animas ES Exerplay 2023-3171 Farmington Municipal Schools Ted Lasiewicz 1/13/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0102-A Water Service Line Rehab City of Farmington Kelli Sandoval 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0097-B FSL9757 30th Street Roof Claim San Juan College Todd Bishop 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0096-A Apache and Municipal Irrigation Pipe Replacement City of Farmington Kelli Sandoval 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0094-A Westland Park Culvert Repair City of Farmington Kelli Sandoval 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0076-A/C Mesa Heights Subdivision - Teacher Housing Central Consolidated School District Candice Thompson 1/10/2023 Wage Decision Approved SJ-23-0061-B F3211 Welding Facility Construction San Juan College Todd Bishop 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved

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WAGE DETERMINATIONSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023Bernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Otero CountySan Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County75COUNTY LEGENDBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContracting AgencyContracting Agency ContactRequested DateWage Decision Status SA-23-0109-B Remove and replace asphalt repais Jemez Highschool Sunland Asphalt PO 2023-3160 Jemez Valley Public Schoo Lisa Pohl 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved SF-23-0084-B Long Horn Department of Cultural Affairs Robert Aragon 1/11/2023 Wage Decision Approved SF-23-0068-B Main Library Elevators Rehabilitation CITY OF SANTA FE Therese Martinez 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved OT-23-0113-B Alamogordo Sch - Polson Grady - AHS Cooling Tower - 2023-3162 - JB Alamogordo Public Schools Justin Burks 1/12/2023 Wage Decision Approved OT-23-0064-B Old Oregon ES Access Control 2023-3046 BH City of Alamogordo Bob Johnson 1/9/2023 Wage Decision Approved

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78PAGE 79 AFFILIATESPAGE 90 FEATURED REAL ESTATE COMPANYPAGE 92 FEATURED PROPERTIESPAGE 93 FEATURED LANDPAGE 94 PROPERTIES FOR SALEPAGE 94 LAND FOR SALEPAGE 96 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS REAL ESTATE HOMEPAGE86BUILTENVIRONMENTMULTI-FAMILY PROJECT PROPOSED FOR UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD >85REAL ESTATE NEWS NEW MEXICONEW MEXICO’S SPENDING ON HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS SURGES >85CITY, COUNTY MAKE APPEAL FOR $50 MILLION TO ADDRESS HOUSING SHORTAGE >86LOVELAND DOWNTOWN DISTRICT SEEKING FEEDBACK FROM PROPERTY OWNERS, RESIDENTS >87REAL ESTATE NEWS SOUTHWESTCOMMERCIAL PROPERTY INVESTORS TO TARGET SECONDARY U.S. MARKETS IN 2023 >88REAL ESTATE NEWS NATIONALAPOLLO COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE, INC. ANNOUNCES DATES FOR FOURTH QUARTER AND FULL YEAR 2022 EARNINGS RELEASE AND CONFERENCE CALL >88'WE’RE JUST HAVING TO WORK HARDER': JLL'S TAYLOR COY DISCUSSES STATE OF CAPITAL MARKETS IN FORT WORTH >87THE EASTSIDE IS DECEMBER’S REAL ESTATE MARKET LOSER >89PICURIS PUEBLO ACQUIRES FULL OWNERSHIP OF HOTEL SANTA FE >86CYPRESS REAL ESTATE ADVISORS ADDS MORE AFFORDABLE UNITS TO RIVERCHASE SITE THROUGH HOLLADAY VENTURES PARTNERSHIP >8988

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80BUILTENVIRONMENTSATURDAY JANUARY 25TH2:00 PM - 3:00 PM - WEBINAR SERIES: BROKERS DIE BROKE - PART 3 - CLICK HEREWHAT’S NEXT FOR THE INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE MARKET?The industrial landscape has experienced anunprecedented run over the last few years,breaking records on a global scale.Each market has its own unique story, butthey have all been a part of a trulytransformative environment that isrepositioning antiquated property, pushingbuilding design, pricing, and real estateprofessionals in ways that we have not seenbefore.While competition across industrial remainsrobust, many are asking what lies ahead forthe sector. To help answer the question, I hadthe opportunity this week to speak with 6 topbrokers about leading trends. Provided arethe key takeaways:CONTINUE READING >SIOR EVENT CALENDAR2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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82BUILTENVIRONMENTTHE CONTRADICTIONS OF 2022 AND EMERGING TRENDS FOR 20232022 will be recalled as one of the mostinteresting and contradictory years in history.The stock market dropped precipitously, andinflation peaked at its highest in decades. Yet,through it all, advisors thrived in ways like neverbefore—with the benefit of a robust seller’smarket, and transition deals and M&A multiplesoff the charts.CONTINUE READING >CARNM EVENT CALENDARJANUARY 2023THURSDAY JANUARY 19TH9:00 AM - 1:00 PM: A TO Z OF INVESTMENT BASICS - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY JANUARY 25TH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM: JANUARY LEGISLATIVE MEETING – NMAR - CLICK HERECopyright: Canva Pro

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83BUILTENVIRONMENTTOP 20 BEST U.S. METROS TO START A BUSINESSA well-thought-out business plan and aninnovative idea don’t always guaranteesuccess. Often, choosing the right city alsoplays a significant role in determining abusiness’ chances to make it.With that in mind, commercial real estatelisting service 42Floors set out to determinethe metro areas where entrepreneurs had thebest chances of turning their business ideainto reality. Specifically, 42Floors ranked allU.S. metro areas with at least 300,000residents based on their balance betweenopportunity and cost for new businesses.Metrics analyzed included the percentage ofstartups in a metro’s business landscape,regional price parity, tax rate, coworkingspace availability and more.The resulting ranking painted a completepicture of the nation’s best areas forentrepreneurs: The top 10 included an eclecticmix of metros across the Southwest,Southeast and Midwest, featuring both risingtech hubs and metros that managed toreinvent and diversify their economies.Notably, Texas and North Carolina recordedfour entries each in their innovation hubs.CONTINUE READING >NAIOP EVENT CALENDARJANUARY 2023Copyright: Canva ProTUESDAY JANUARY 24TH11:30 AM - 1:30 PM: JANUARY LUNCHEON – HOUSING SOLUTIONS - CLICK HERE THURSDAY JANUARY 26TH5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: DEVELOPING LEADERS HAPPY HOUR – ELECTRIC PLAYHOUSE - CLICK HERE

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84BUILTENVIRONMENTSBA EVENT CALENDARJANUARY 2023BIDEN-HARRIS ADMINISTRATION TO BEGIN ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ON JANUARY 9 FOR SBA VETERAN SMALL BUSINESS CERTIFICATION PROGRAMWASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Small BusinessAdministration (SBA)began accepting applicationsthrough the Veteran Small Business Certification(VetCert) program as part of the Biden-HarrisAdministration’s commitment to expanding accessto resources for Veterans and other underservedpopulations. The improvements in the customerexperience for Veteran entrepreneurs andbusiness owners made by VetCert will build uponthe $25 billion in government contract spendingwith service-disabled Veteran-owned smallbusinesses (SDVOSBs) in Fiscal Year 2021."The SBA’s new Veteran small businesscertification program is designed with ourcommitment to deliver exceptional support for ourskilled entrepreneurs from America’s militarycommunity,” said Administrator Isabella CasillasGuzman . “Supporting these Veteranentrepreneurs with access to governmentcontracting will ensure they can continue theirvalued service to the American people...CONTINUE READING >Copyright: Canva ProWEDNESDAY JANUARY 25TH10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: DOING BUSINESS WITH GSA: GETTING ON THE GSA SCHEDULE - CLICK HERE

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A newmulti-family housing project could becoming to the University Heightsneighborhood near Girard Blvd. and LeadAve. People behind the proposal arerequesting a zoning change to allow aduplex at the current site to turn into abigger multi-housing development forfamilies. Continue reading >MULTI-FAMILY PROJECT PROPOSED FOR UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOODBy George Gonzalez, KRQE 01/16/2023Copyright: Canva ProSANTA FE – New Mexico’s emergencyhomeless shelter capacity has more thandoubled since 2016, especially in theAlbuquerque area, but the supply ofaffordable housing across the state hasdeclined by 50% over a recent 20-yearstretch and shows few signs ofrebounding.Continue reading >85REAL ESTATE NEWSNEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO’S SPENDING ON HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS SURGESBy Dan Boyd, Albuquerque Journal 01/16/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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Copyright: Canva Pro86BUILTENVIRONMENTIn its effort to combat what it sees as ahousing shortage in Albuquerque, cityofficials on Wednesday said they will askfor $50 million from the state legislatureto continue its Housing Forwardinitiative.On Wednesday, Albuquerque Mayor TimKeller was joined by city leaders andBernalillo County commissioners at anews conference to announce an appealfor funds. Officials also announced anintent to create a Joint HousingAuthority. The collaboration between theCity of Albuquerque and BernalilloCounty would enhance efforts to createmore housing.Continue reading >CITY, COUNTY MAKE APPEAL FOR $50 MILLION TO ADDRESS HOUSING SHORTAGEBy Brian Fernandes, Albuquerque Business First 01/12/2023Always the 51% owner, Picuris Pueblo isnow the 100% owner of Hotel Santa Fe,1501 Paseo de Peralta.A partnership headed up by hotelmanaging partner Paul Margetson soldits 49% share to the pueblo Jan. 3.Margetson is staying on as the hotel’sgeneral manager.“I’m getting old; I’m 77,” Margetson said.“It was time for my retirement [as anowner].”Continue reading >PICURIS PUEBLO ACQUIRES FULL OWNERSHIP OF HOTEL SANTA FEBy Teya Vitu, Santa Fe New Mexican01/16/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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87REAL ESTATE NEWSSOUTHWESTBUILTENVIRONMENTThe Loveland Downtown District isseeking feedback from local business andresidential property owners andresidents of the downtown area in aneffort to improve the area.Continue reading >LOVELAND DOWNTOWN DISTRICT SEEKING FEEDBACK FROM PROPERTY OWNERS, RESIDENTSBy Will Costello, Loveland Reporter-Herald01/16/2023The volume of projects has slowed in FortWorth as the market continues toexperience economic headwinds,resulting in a more difficult environmentfor securing debt.Continue reading >'WE’RE JUST HAVING TO WORK HARDER': JLL'S TAYLOR COY DISCUSSES STATE OF CAPITAL MARKETS IN FORT WORTHBy Spencer Brewer, Dallas Business Journal01/17/2023Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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88REAL ESTATE NEWSNATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENTAccording to the findings of CBRE's latestU.S. Investor Intentions Survey,commercial real estate investors in theU.S. favor opportunistic strategies andare showing a preference for secondarymarkets in 2023 amid concerns abouthigher interest rates and tighter financialmarket conditions. Continue reading >COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INVESTORS TO TARGET SECONDARY U.S. MARKETS IN 2023By Michael Gerrity, World Property Journal 01/12/2023Copyright: Canva Pro/EIN News/ -- NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2023(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ApolloCommercial Real Estate Finance, Inc. (the“Company” or “ARI”) (NYSE:ARI), todayannounced the Company will hold aconference call to review its fourthquarter and full year 2022 financialresults on Thursday, February 9, 2023 at10:00 a.m. Eastern Time. The Company’sfourth quarter and full year 2022financial results will be released after themarket closes on Wednesday, February8, 2023. During the conference call,Company officers will review fourthquarter and full year 2022 performance,discuss recent events and conduct aquestion-and-answer period.To register for the call, please use thefollowing link:https://register.vevent.com/register/BIdac9d106e40746bea84b848fb3cb70bcContinue reading >APOLLO COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE, INC. ANNOUNCES DATES FOR FOURTH QUARTER AND FULL YEAR 2022 EARNINGS RELEASE AND CONFERENCE CALLBy Residential Real Estate Today01/17/2023

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WHEN THE DECEMBER data came infrom the Northwest Multiple ListingService, there were a few notablesurprises: Seattle proper experiencedsome surprising growth. All the otherareas of King County were down. And theEastside as a whole was down awhopping 13.66 percent in terms of year-over-year price growth.Pair that with the continued rentalmarket decline—which was previously ona seven-month streak of rising rents—andhow the mighty have fallen. Here werethe winners and losers of the Seattlesuburbs in December.Continue reading >THE EASTSIDE IS DECEMBER’S REAL ESTATE MARKET LOSERBy Seattle Met Staff, Seattle Met01/17/2023The Texas-based company announced anadditional 20 affordable units — for atotal of 145 — will be built on theRiverChase property, thanks to apartnership with Brentwood-basedHolladay Ventures. Construction isexpected to start this year.Continue reading >89BUILTENVIRONMENTCYPRESS REAL ESTATE ADVISORS ADDS MORE AFFORDABLE UNITS TO RIVERCHASE SITE THROUGH HOLLADAY VENTURES PARTNERSHIPBy Ian Bradley, Nashville Business Journal 01/17/2023Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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BUILTENVIRONMENT90COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATEFEATURED COMPANYBUILTENVIRONMENTAlbuquerque based investment professionals deliver a unique offering of local based market knowledgetruly integrated into the firm’s national marketing platform, offering investors access to the industry'slargest deliverable inventory and pool of qualified investors.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 445-6333The New Mexico OfficeMarcus & Millichap's New Mexico office specializes in multifamily,retail, single-tenant net-lease, office, industrial, self-storage, andhospitality real estate investment sales in New Mexico and throughoutthe Southwest. MARCUS & MILLICHAP5600 Eubank Blvd NE, Suite 200, Albuquerque, NM 87111Global Reach, Local ExpertiseFEATURED PROPERTIESR. Greenleaf Cannabis DispensaryMicrotel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Albuquerque WestWalgreensLEARN MORE >LEARN MORE >LEARN MORE >Image capture: Feb 2022 © 2023 GoogleImage capture: Apr 2022 © 2023 Google

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FEATURED REAL ESTATENEW MEXICOCopyright: Copyright: Marcus & Millichap is pleased to present theexclusive listing for a Red Lobster located at4450 Rodeo Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Thesite consists of roughly 8,083 rentable squarefeet of building space on an estimated 0.56-acreparcel of land. This Red Lobster is subject to a 25-year absolute triple-net (NNN) lease, whichcommenced December 17th, 2015...LEARN MORE > FEATURED PROPERTY FOR SALE2023-03C8: BUILDING SALE-RED LOBSTER4450 RODEO RDCopyright: LEARN MORE > FEATURED LAND FOR SALE2022-488C: LAND SALE-2211 GOLF COURSE RD SE RIO RANCHO91In close proximity to Rio Rancho’s and Sandoval County’s largest medical facility, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center. In between the highly populated housing developments Cabezon and Old Rio Rancho Estates. High visibility with traffic counts in excess of 20,400 vehicles per day.BUILTENVIRONMENTImage capture: May 2022 © 2023 GoogleImage capture: Feb 2022 © 2023 Google

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Image capture: May 2022 © 2023 Google$4,598,7672023-03C8: BUILDING SALE-RED LOBSTER4450 RODEO RD- >4450 Rodeo Rd Santa Fe, NM 87507Real Estate Agents:Glen D. Kunofsky &Russel WachtlerReal Estate Brokerage:Marcus & Millicap >Property Information:Cap Rate: 6.00%Years Remaining on Lease: 19.6Rentable SF: 8,083Lease Type: Triple Net (NNN)Rent per Square Fee: $34.1492FEATURED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATECOMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE BUILTENVIRONMENTMarcus & Millichap is pleased to presentthe exclusive listing for a Red Lobsterlocated at 4450 Rodeo Road in Santa Fe,New Mexico. The site consists of roughly8,083 rentable square feet of buildingspace on an estimated 0.56-acre parcel ofland. This Red Lobster is subject to a 25-year absolute triple-net (NNN) lease,which commenced December 17th, 2015.The current annual rent is $275,926 andis scheduled to increase by 2.00%annually throughout the remainder of thebase term and in each of the four (4), five(5)-year tenant renewal options.CONTINUE READING >INVESTMENT OVERVIEWASSEMBLED BY MARCUS & MILLICAPLong-Term, Absolute Triple Net(NNN) Lease, Zero LandlordObligations+/- 20 Years Of Lease TermRemaining With 2.00% AnnualBumpsFour (4), Five (5)-Year TenantRenewal OptionsCONTINUE READING >INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTSASSEMBLED BY MARCUS & MILLICAP

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Image capture: Feb 2022 © 2023 Google$356,000 | 0.82 AC2022-488C: LAND SALE- 2211 GOLF COURSE RD SE RIO RANCHO >2211 Golf Course Rd SE Rio Rancho, NM 87124Real Estate Agent: Elisa Cardenas >Real Estate Brokerage:Colliers >Land Information:Property Status: VacantProperty Types: Land/Office93FEATURED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATECOMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE BUILTENVIRONMENT• Owner is an experienced developerwiling to build to suit.• High visibility with traffic counts inexcess of 20,400 vehicles per day.• In close proximity to Rio Rancho’s andSandoval County’s largest medicalfacility, Presbyterian Rust MedicalCenter.• Under-served node with high demandfor retail and food.• In between the highly populatedhousing developments Cabezon and OldRio Rancho Estates.• Minutes from Rio Rancho’s two busiestroads Unser Blvd and NM 528.• Centrally located around CottonwoodMall, Intel and Presbyterian Rust MedicalCenter.• A great chance to join this fastdeveloping part of Rio Rancho.CONTINUE READING >EXECUTIVE SUMMARYASSEMBLED BY COLLIERSImage capture: Feb 2022 © 2023 Google

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PROPERTYFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICEBUILDINGSIZEVIEW DEALCOMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALENEW MEXICODESCRIPTIONAdvance Auto Parts4910 Central Ave SENNN leased to Advance Auto Parts. 8+ years remaing on theinitial lease term with 3-5year options. 10% rent increases ineach option period. Advance Auto Parts operates over 4,700stores with sales apporching 11 billion dollars and has aninvestment grade credit rating (BBB-)...$2,472,000Albuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCLICK HERECITY LEGEND8,292 SFDESCRIPTIONCarlsbad Industrial Park2770 Pecos HighwayThe property is identified as being a light industrial office,warehouse and yard facility, located along the southwest sideof the Pecos Highway, also known as U.S. Highway 285,southeast of Carlsbad, in Eddy County, New Mexico. Thephysical address.CLICK HERE9,600 SFREAL ESTATEPHOTO$2,450,00094BUILTENVIRONMENTImage capture: Oct 2022 © 2023 GoogleImage capture: Aug 2022 © 2023 GooglePROPERTYFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICETOTAL LOT SIZEVIEW DEALCOMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALENEW MEXICODESCRIPTION2130 Autumn SageNortheast corner of Unser Boulevard and Northern Boulevard,Rio Rancho, New Mexico.--CLICK HERE2.66 AcresREAL ESTATEPHOTOImage capture: Oct 2022 © 2023 Google

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2023001299Subdivision:VOLCANO BUSINESS PARK PHASE ILot 301/09/2023Owner: BP ALAMEDA LLC Address: 8700 ALAMEDA PARKDRIVE, NE, ALBUQUERQUE, NM,87113Buyer: CMTY BIBLE BAPTISTCHURCH Address: 3030 Todos Santos St,Albuquerque, NM 87120Phone: (505) 329-24242023001502Subdivision:LUCERO SENA LANDS Tract A 01/10/2023Owner: ROMERO PAUL A Buyer: JEWLS INV LLC Address: 5392 Ciani Court SW, ALBUQUERQUE, NM, 87121*click document number than click public login to view transaction. **FINANCIAL INSTITUTION, LENDING COMPANY, TITLE COMPANY, AND FURTHER INFORMATION COMING SOON. 96COMMERCIALREAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BERNALILLO COUNTYBUILTENVIRONMENT

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SPACEX LAUNCHES U.S. SPACE FORCE’S FIRST MISSION OF 2023 ON FALCON HEAVYSPACE NEW MEXICOTHE BUILT ENVIRONMENT MAGAZINEUNLOCKING THE NEXT GREAT OBSERVATORIES >NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH, FOR SPACE: DARPA SEEKS SATELLITE OPERATORS FOR MONITORING DATA ‘SERVICE’ >

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98SPACEX LAUNCHES U.S. SPACE FORCE’S FIRST MISSION OF 2023 ON FALCON HEAVY >99SPACE NEWS NATIONALNEIGHBORHOOD WATCH, FOR SPACE: DARPA SEEKS SATELLITE OPERATORS FOR MONITORING DATA ‘SERVICE’ >100UNLOCKING THE NEXT GREAT OBSERVATORIES >100PAGE 103 AFFILIATESPAGE 101 EVENTSPAGE 102 FEATURED SPACE COMPANYSPACE NEW MEXICO HOMEPAGE100100BUILTENVIRONMENT99

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USSF-67 was Falcon Heavy's secondnational security space launchWASHINGTON — A SpaceX FalconHeavy lifted off Jan. 15 at 5:56 p.m.Eastern from Launch Complex 39A atKennedy Space Center, Florida, carryingthe U.S. Space Force USSF-67 mission togeostationary Earth orbit. USSF-67 was the Space Force’s firstnational security mission of 2023 andmarked Falcon Heavy’s fifth flight sinceits 2018 debut, as well as its secondnational security space launch followingthe Nov. 1 launch of USSF-44. About two and a half minutes after liftoff,both side boosters separated. The secondstage separated from the core stage justover four minutes after liftoff. Continue reading >SPACEX LAUNCHES U.S. SPACE FORCE’S FIRST MISSION OF 2023 ON FALCON HEAVYBy Sandra Erwin, Space News01/15/2023Copyright: Canva Pro99BUILTENVIRONMENTSPACE NEWSNATIONAL

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Greg Kuperman, Space-WATCH programmanager in DARPA’s Strategic TechnologyOffice told Breaking Defense they're activelyseeking space companies to provide data,and later will figure out how to aggregate itinto an effective, dispersed LEO-monitoringsystem.WASHINGTON — The DefenseDepartment’s far-future researchorganization has launched a projectdesigned to incentivize operations oflarge numbers of satellites in low Earthorbit (LEO) to also use theirconstellations as a neighborhood watch— and provide the sensor data collectedto DoD, and eventually the CommerceDepartment, “as a service.”Continue reading >NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH, FOR SPACE: DARPA SEEKS SATELLITE OPERATORS FOR MONITORING DATA ‘SERVICE’By Theresa Hitchens, Breaking Defense 01/17/2023Copyright: Canva Pro100BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Canva ProWhen astronomers gathered in Seattlelast week for the 241st Meeting of theAmerican Astronomical Society (AAS),one of the largest conferences ofastronomers, there was a celebratorymood among many there. The meetingwas the first by the AAS since the releaselast July of the first science images fromthe James Webb Space Telescope thatmarked the start of a new era in the fieldafter years—decades, really—ofanticipation.JWST was front and center for much ofthe conference. Astronomers presentednew research from early observations bythe telescope, from the discovery of arocky, Earth-sized exoplanet to distantearly galaxies. After years of anticipatingwhat JWST could do, they were nowstarting to reap the benefits that had longbeen promised.Continue reading >UNLOCKING THE NEXT GREAT OBSERVATORIESBy Jeff Foust, The Space Review01/16/2023

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101BUILTENVIRONMENTSPACE EVENTSNATIONWIDEVIEW FULL CALENDAR >A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch a new-generation Boeing-built broadband satelliteViaSat 3 Americas. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first two WorldView Legion Earth observation satellitesfor Maxar Technologies. It will lift off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch 40 satellites into orbit for OneWeb from the Kennedy SpaceCenter in Florida. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch another batch of Starlink satellites from Vandenberg SpaceForce Base in California.A SpaceX Falcon Heavy will launch the USSF 67 mission for the U.S. Space Force from the KennedySpace Center in Florida. Rocket Lab will launch the first Electron booster from U.S. soil. The launch from NASA's WallopsFlight Facility in Virginia will deliver six HawkEye 360 satellites that monitor global radiofrequencies into space.ALSO SCHEDULED TO LAUNCH IN JANUARYJANUARY 22NDVenus shines close to Saturn (just 20 arcminutes or 0.35 degrees apart). The pair willbe seen very low in the west-southwest sky,one hour after sunset. JANUARY 19THA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch anotherbatch of 51 Starlink internet satellites fromVandenberg Space Force Base, California. Thelaunch is scheduled for 10:23 a.m. EST (1523GMT).JANUARY 21STThe new moon arrives at 3:53 p.m. EST (2053GMT).FEBRUARY 2NDComet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will pass within 26million miles (42 million km) of Earth. Ifvisible, it will climb progressively higherduring the early evening hours in the north-northeast sky, passing within 10 degrees ofPolaris, the North Star, on Jan. 30 and within1.5 degrees of the brilliant winter star Capellaon Feb. 5. FEBRUARY 5THThe full moon of February, known as theSnow Moon, arrives at 1:29 p.m. EST (1829GMT)FEBRUARY 16THA Russian Soyuz rocket will launch the 83rdProgress cargo delivery ship to theInternational Space Station.

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102NEW MEXICO SPACE INDUSTRYFEATURED COMPANYBUILTENVIRONMENTKNOW MORE ABOUT USLike many people growing up in the 1960s and 1970s, Solstar’s founders were captivated by NASA and theApollo missions to the moon. We all wanted to be astronauts and all the kids in our neighborhoods did too,andwe all thought we were going to be astronauts. We still plan on flying into space someday.Solstar founder, M. Brian Barnett, and co-founders Dr. Mark Matossian and Michael Potter grew up in wideranging places in the U.S.: Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Colorado, Washington D.C. We all had the sameinterest in space exploration and this interest brought us together as graduate students at theInternational Space University.Michael Potter worked as a space industry analyst in Washington D.C., then helped found and wasPresident of a very successful telecommunications company. After selling that company, Michael beganhis film career and directed and produced an award-winning film about the space generation. calledOrphans of Apollo.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 389-2299 SOLSTAR SPACE COMPANY150 Washington Ave #201 Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501The Future of Space CommunicationsPRESS RELEASE: SPACE SHUTTLE, DREAM CHASER, JAMESWEBB SPACE TELESCOPE EXPERIENCED SPACEFLIGHTSYSTEMS ENGINEER JOINS SOLSTAR SPACE AS COMPANYOPENS NEW BOULDER, COLORADO OFFICEAugust 2, 2022 – BOULDER, COLORADO – Solstar Space (Solstar), the company making persistent in-orbitcommunications available, announced the opening of its new Boulder, Colorado office located in the heartof the Pearl Street Mall area as the company continues to grow with the addition of Technical ProgramManager, Casey Hoffman, to its accomplished space-based communications engineering team. Hoffmanbrings nearly two decades of crewed and uncrewed spaceflight engineering experience to Solstar’s teamhaving worked on projects including NASA’s Space Shuttle program, Ares I-X, Dream Chaser, James WebbSpace Telescope, Orion, and Commercial Lunar Payload Services.CONTINUE READING >

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103BUILTENVIRONMENTNew 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 MEXICOHIGH-SPEED RAIL PROJECT TO BE REVIWED BY NEW MEXICO LAWMAKERS >SOUTHWESTINDUSTRY NEWS QUICK LINKS36CONSTRUCTION4100New Mexico Water Projects Getting Omnibus Bill Funding Support >Improvements to Farmington Park May Come with State Funding >New jobs, bigger facilities, local support: New Mexico’s bioscience industry is alive and kicking >WORK MAY SOON BEGIN ON EL PASO WATER’S NEW HEADQUARTERS >New Arizona Governor Challenges Legislature with Wide Array of Projects >Big Colorado Springs Amphitheater Set for Spring Construction >NATIONAL45BUILDERS EXPECT TO SEE MORE 2023 PUBLIC PROJECT WORK, SAYS SURVEY >Transportation Department Funding Variety of Bridge Projects >TRENDS49Construction Starts Increased in 2022, Says Survey >104BUILTENVIRONMENTASUNM to lobby for campus safety projects >Albuquerque lawmakers want Rail Yards fire station upgrade >New jobs, bigger facilities, local support: New Mexico’s bioscience industry is alive and kicking >City installs new traffic lights along Lead and Coal >State awards $45 million to local and tribal governments for recreational facilities and community quality of life improvements >Mesa del Sol sports complex begins phase two development >County awaits state OK to open detox >Planning, Design, & Construction hosts virtual town halls on UNM's future development & planning >New Phoenix Expansive Apartment Community to Go Up Near Massive Semiconductor Plant >Texas Christian University breaks ground on medical school for Dallas- Fort Worth region >AECOM Hunt Picked for $3B Texas Mixed-use Project’s First Phase >Crane Watch: Luxury apartments, affordable housing and more mixed-use coming to Austin metro >CONSTRUCTIONSOUTHWESTManufacturing Sector Powers Up in Arizona >44CONSTRUCTIONContemporary Cement Plant Construction: The Mitchell Cement Plant, Indiana >U.S. Green Building Council Announces 2022 Top 10 States for Green Building >3D-printed homes level up with a 2- story house in Houston >Pennsylvania County Sues Contractors Over 1980s Jail Construction >Fort Wayne Airport awards Clayco $60M terminal expansion >New Census Figures Show Strong Home Building Activity in the West >What the Trimble-Ryvit Acquisition Means for Construction Technology Interoperability >Construction Industry Trends >CES recognizes a Dutch firm’s wearable technology for construction management >Uncertainty Reigns in Pricing 2023 Infrastructure Projects >

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INDUSTRY NEWS QUICK LINKS00NEW MEXICO & NATIONALFunding May Soon Be Secured for New Mexico Executive Office Building Project >107LEGISLATIONLawmakers lay out priorities for 60-day session >Roundhouse Roundup: What to expect on day one of New Mexico’s 2023 legislative session >NEW MEXICO & NATIONALBike Company Buys Colorado Building Praised by Architects >111ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGNColumbus, Ohio, to be new home for 100,000-sf esports arena >Engineering professor will spend semester in Taiwan as a Fulbright Fellow >NEW MEXICOUNM, Purdue develop validated physics-based machine learning autonomous control architecture for microreactors >116ENERGY105BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICOMulti-family project proposed for University Heights neighborhood >SOUTHWEST85REAL ESTATE87New Mexico’s spending on housing and homelessness surges >City, county make appeal for $50 million to address housing shortage >Picuris Pueblo acquires full ownership of Hotel Santa Fe >Loveland Downtown District seekingfeedback from property owners, residents >'We’re just having to work harder': JLL's Taylor Coy discusses state of capital markets in Fort Worth >NATIONALCommercial Property Investors to Target Secondary U.S. Markets in 2023 >88Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance, Inc. Announces Dates For Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2022 Earnings Release and Conference Call >The Eastside Is December’s Real Estate Market Loser >Cypress Real Estate Advisors adds more affordable units to RiverChase site through Holladay Ventures partnership >NATIONALSpaceX launches U.S. Space Force’s first mission of 2023 on Falcon Heavy >99SPACENeighborhood watch, for space: DARPA seeks satellite operators for monitoring data ‘service’ >Unlocking the next great observatories >NM lawmakers consider providing incentives to attract more investments in hydrogen production, distribution >NMDOT works to keep roads clear ahead of legislative session >NATIONAL DEBT CEILING DEADLINE DRAWS NEAR >Kingspan Light + Air and Solatube International Announce New Architectural Solutions Team >Vitro Architectural Glass Announces Organizational Updates >

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NEW 24-HOUR CANNABIS DISPENSARY TO OPEN IN CHAPARRALBy Erika Esquivel, MSN01/17/2023A new 24-hour cannabis dispensary is setto open in Chaparral, New Mexico. High Horse Cannabis Company plans toopen its 24-hour cannabis dispensarybeginning at midnight on February 4.The dispensary, which opened in May2022, will open two drive-throughwindows that will be open at all times. Continue reading >AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — NewMexico received a big influx of revenue tofinish off the year 2022 with cannabissales reaching a new high in the month ofDecember.According to the Albuquerque Journal,sales figures were released from theCannabis Control Division displaying thatthe state made roughly $214 million inrecreational sales from August toDecember.Continue reading >NEW MEXICO WEEDFEED106BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO CANNABIS SALES ON PACE TO REACH $300 MILLION BY APRIL 2023By Dailyn Wells, MyHighPlains.com01/12/2023Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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107Copyright: Canva ProBUILTENVIRONMENTLEGISLATIONNEW MEXICO & NATIONALAfter several years of planning, a projectthat will see the construction of newstate administration offices in Santa Feappears may soon be significantly movingforward.As planned, the project would see thebuilding of a three-story, roughly192,000 square foot structure near theNew Mexico State Capitol. Originallypegged as an $85 million project, statesources now say an additional $100million in state funding may be needed tocomplete the project.State officials have long wanted to buildone central facility for a variety ofgovernment department offices, with thegoal of eliminating the cost of leasing outvarious spaces around the city for thosedepartments. According to statedocuments, New Mexico spends around$158 million a year on upkeep andutilities in maintaining all the buildings itcurrently owns and leases.FUNDING MAY SOON BE SECURED FOR NEW MEXICO EXECUTIVE OFFICE BUILDING PROJECTBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter01/06/2023The additional funds to launch theproject are expected to be approved bystate lawmakers in the weeks to come.In 2009, the legislature approvedauthorizing the New Mexico FinanceAuthority to issue up to $115 million inbonds for the project. In early 2022,lawmakers gave the green light toanother $70 million.Late last year, the New MexicoLegislative Finance Committee issued areport contending that a possible $221million price tag for the new buildingswas too high and failed to factor in thelarge number of state employees who arenow working remotely, reducing the needfor more office space.

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108Lawmakers from two of the mostinfluential legislative committees heldtheir last meetings Monday before thestart of 2023 legislative session, layingout a list of high priorities — including aneducation measure that has emerged asthe latest battleground in what has beencalled the Capitol’s urban-rural divide.“Rural New Mexico does not want it,”Rep. Gail Armstrong, R-Magdalena, saidof a bill that would increase instructionalhours in public schools.Continue reading >LAWMAKERS LAY OUT PRIORITIES FOR 60-DAY SESSIONBy Robert Nott & Daniel J. Chacon, Santa Fe New Mexico - NM Political Report01/16/2023Copyright: Canva ProSANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico’s2023 lawmaking session begins at thestate capitol today at noon. There arebillions of dollars up for grabs in theannual budgeting process and a widerange of proposed bills to debate.It’s a 60-day session, and not all the workwill happen on day one. So, what willlawmakers and officials be doing as thesession starts?Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTROUNDHOUSE ROUNDUP: WHAT TO EXPECT ON DAY ONE OF NEW MEXICO’S 2023LEGISLATIVE SESSIONBy Curtis Segarra, KRQE01/17/2023

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109SANTA FE, N.M. – It has been a snowyday up in northern New Mexico and theDepartment of Transportation has beenworking hard Monday to clear thoseroads, as elected officials from all acrossthe state head to Santa Fe for theupcoming legislative session.At the same time DOT crews are out allacross northern New Mexico, there arealso some preps being done at theRoundhouse to make sure the sessionstarts on time.Continue reading >NMDOT WORKS TO KEEP ROADS CLEAR AHEAD OF LEGISLATIVE SESSIONBy Spencer Schacht, KOB 401/16/2023Copyright: Canva ProNew Mexico state lawmakers willconsider public incentives aimed atattracting investments in hydrogenproduction and distribution as a potentialnew source of industrial employment andan alternative for vehicles and factoriesthat rely on climate-warming fossil fuels,as the legislature convenes next week.Democratic state Rep. PatriciaLundstrom of Gallup, the lead Housebudget negotiator, said Wednesday shewill introduce a bill in coming weeksaimed at setting aside money for public-private partnerships for hydrogenprojects.Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTNM LAWMAKERS CONSIDER PROVIDING INCENTIVES TO ATTRACT MORE INVESTMENTS IN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTIONBy Associated Press - Fox News01/12/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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110BUILTENVIRONMENTThe United States government is oncourse to smash into the debt ceiling onThursday, January 19, triggering apossible government shutdown ifmembers of Congress are not able toagree upon a solution.In a letter to House Speaker KevinMcCarthy, Treasury Secretary JanetYellen declared that “failure to meet thegovernment’s obligations would causeirreparable harm to the U.S. economy, thelivelihoods of all Americans, and globalfinancial stability.”The debt ceiling is the total amount ofmoney Washington is authorized toborrow to meet its existing obligations.When the government hits the ceiling, itcan no longer borrow money to pay itsbills. Such obligations include Medicareand Social Security benefits, not tomention military salaries and interest onthe national debt.By Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter01/17/2023According to the site GO Banking Rates,a government shutdown would meanthat the Federal Housing Administrationwill be forced to no longer approve homeloan applications, while veterans may notbe able to access VeteransAdministration call centers.The current debt ceiling, set at $31.4trillion by President Biden in Decemberof 2021, has been raised three times inthe last decade: 2014, 2015, and 2017. In2019, President Trump put his signatureto the Bipartisan Budget Act, which wasdesigned to lift spending caps on a varietyof federal agencies, eliminating the risk ofdefault for another two years.Economists have said that the concept ofa debt ceiling is good because ittheoretically puts controls on federalgovernment spending. But critics of theceiling have questioned itsconstitutionality while arguing that it caneasily be raised via a majority vote inCongress and the approval of thePresident.Speaker McCarthy has pointed to the2019 agreement between PresidentTrump and Congress, which simplysuspended the debt limit entirely for twoyears in order to keep the governmentrunning, as a possible model to follow inthis time around.Speaking with reporters, McCarthy saidhe had spoken with President Biden onthe matter. “I told him I’d like to sit downwith them early and work through thesechallenges,” McCarthy said of thePresident and White House staff. NATIONAL DEBT CEILING DEADLINEDRAWS NEARCopyright: Canva Pro

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111One of the most architecturally uniquecommercial buildings in northernColorado has been purchased for $14.9million, with plans to repurpose it as aninnovation center.The 55,000 square foot structure,located at 101 S. Taylor Avenue inLouisville, is a custom-built building,made up of both sustainable and locallysourced materials. It was erected in 2013on nearly 8 acres, and subsequentlypraised by the state chapter of theAmerican Institute of Architects.Those sourced materials were designedto integrate the structure into the naturalsurroundings of the Rocky Mountains. BIKE COMPANY BUYS COLORADO BUILDING PRAISED BY ARCHITECTSBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 01/17/2023Copyright: Canva ProThe building was designed by theDenver-based firm of Arch11 and AGFArchitects of Portland, Oregon.Sports apparel company Pearl Izumi builtthe facility, which includes a fitness room,collaboration space, employee livingroom, and men and women’s lockerrooms, in the fall of 2013.Now the company Specialized BicycleComponents, which is based in MorganHills, California, has announced itspurchase of the structure.In a statement from the company sent tothe publication Bicycle Retailer, it wasnoted that acquisition of the Louisvillebuilding was spirited by a desire toproduce bikes in a “functional, inspiring,and collaborative” workspace.New owner Specialized BicycleComponents is one of the largest bikemanufacturers in the world. Founded in1974, the company enjoys revenues inexcess of $400 million.ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGNNEW MEXICO & NATIONALBUILTENVIRONMENT

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112Fernando Moreu, an associate professorin the Department of Civil, Constructionand Environmental Engineering at TheUniversity of New Mexico, is taking partin the Fulbright-Hays Faculty ResearchAbroad Fellow program this semester inTaiwan.Moreu, whose research at UNM involvesaugmented reality and smart sensornetworks, will be at National TaiwanUniversity for seven months studyingChinese language and culture to advanceengineering understanding.Continue reading >ENGINEERING PROFESSOR WILL SPEND SEMESTER IN TAIWAN AS A FULBRIGHT FELLOWBy Kim Delker, UNM Newsroom01/14/2023Copyright: Canva ProUp-and-coming esports stadiumcompany Glytch has announced its planto build a versatile esports arena inColumbus, Ohio. The project will be thesecond stadium built by the company inNorth America, following its first venturein Los Angeles, Calif.Glytch partnered with Populus, anexperimental design firm aimed atpromoting emotional connectivity, tobuild 32 esports facilities across NorthAmerica in the next seven years. Populusis no stranger to designing esportsstadiums, either. The company designedan Arlington, Va., esports arena in thepast, as well as “the first new-construction, purpose-built esports arenain the Western Hemisphere,” FusionArena.Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTCOLUMBUS, OHIO, TO BE NEW HOME FOR 100,000-SF ESPORTS ARENABy Quinn Purcell, Building Design + Construction 01/16/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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113Kingspan Light + Air, a division ofKingspan Group PLC, announced theaddition of the Architectural SolutionsTeam, a new group of full-service projectconsultants dedicated to helpingarchitects and specifiers find the rightdaylighting technology and integrateddesign solutions for their next project.Continue reading >KINGSPAN LIGHT + AIR AND SOLATUBE INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCE NEW ARCHITECTURALSOLUTIONS TEAMBy Metal Construction News01/13/2023BUILTENVIRONMENTVitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPGGlass) announced organizational updatesto its Marketing and Innovation division.Those moving to new or expanded rolesinclude Wendy Carroll, Fernando Diez,Emily Losego and Robert Struble.“It’s my honor to announce these well-deserved promotions,” said MartinBracamonte, VP, Marketing andInnovation. “Led by this dream team ofindustry pioneers, our Marketing andInnovation group continues to producesuperb results. We’re very excited to seewhat’s in store for 2023.” Continue reading > VITRO ARCHITECTURAL GLASS ANNOUNCES ORGANIZATIONAL UPDATESBy Tradewinds - Design Cost Data01/16/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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114Show organizers from the AmericanRental Association (ARA) delve into whatattendees can expect from the 2023 ARAshow and explain how to make the mostof the experience.After several years of disruptedscheduling due to the pandemic, theAmerican Rental Association (ARA) Showis back in action and will take on Orlando,Fla., on Feb. 11-15.Continue reading >2023 ARA SHOW: THE RENTAL INDUSTRY'S SUPER BOWLBy Sarah Webb, ARA - For Construction Pros01/16/2023Copyright: Canva ProThe Equipment Leasing & FinanceFoundation has released the Q1 2023Equipment Leasing & Finance IndustrySnapshot, an indispensable informationresource for industry participants.Designed for use in executive briefingsand presentations, the presentation slidedeck summarizes the current conditionsand projections for the U.S. economy andequipment finance industry with clear,easy-to-digest charts and shortnarratives of key trends.Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTVENDORS / SUPPLIERSNATIONALQ1 2023 EQUIPMENT LEASING & FINANCE INDUSTRY SNAPSHOT NOW AVAILABLEBy Tradewinds, Design Cost Data01/16/2023

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115World of Concrete is back and it’s takingover the Las Vegas Convention Centerthis week with the hope that attendancefigures will reach its pre-pandemic glory.The three-day construction and concretetrade show starts Tuesday and will host aslate of events, including 165 educationaland panel discussions from industryexperts. Organizers expect 60,000attendees this year — quite a jumpcompared to last year’s estimated 37,000convention-goers — across 700,000square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibitspace, according to Kevin Thornton,senior vice president of Informa MarketsConstruction, the company that producesWorld of Concrete.Continue reading >WORLD OF CONCRETE RETURNS, EXPECTS PRE- PANDEMIC LEVEL ATTENDANCEBy Sean Hemmersmeier, Las Vegas Review-Journal01/16/2023BUILTENVIRONMENTCopyright: Canva ProFi-Foil Co. announced that Rodney (Rod)Miller has been appointed ChiefExecutive Officer (CEO). An experiencedleader in building materials, Rodney willsucceed William (Bill) Lippy and assumeresponsibilities on January 9, 2023. BillLippy has been a significant leader in theindustry, notably driving awareness andgrowth of the reflective insulation sectorfor 27 years and as CEO has led Fi-Foil toachieve over 250% growth in the last 10years. He will continue his role on theboard and act as strategic advisor for thecompany.Continue reading >RODNEY MILLER SUCCEEDS BILL LIPPY AS CEO OF FI-FOIL COMPANYBy Metal Construction News01/12/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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116A team from The University of NewMexico, Purdue University, ArgonneNational Laboratory and Curtiss-WrightCorp. has received the 2022 Departmentof Energy Nuclear Engineering UniversityProgram award.Continue reading >UNM, PURDUE DEVELOP VALIDATED PHYSICS- BASED MACHINE LEARNING AUTONOMOUS CONTROL ARCHITECTURE FOR MICROREACTORSBy Kim Delker, UNM Newsroom01/13/2023Copyright: Canva ProThe Legislative Finance Committeereleased its budget recommendationslast Thursday.These documents are expected to bepresented to the state legislature andinclude a policy and performanceanalysis, appropriation recommendationsand supplemental charts and graphsThe LFC budget recommendations asksthe legislature to spend $9.44 billionfrom the state’s general fund which is a$1.04 billion, or 12 percent, increase offiscal year 2023 planned spending.Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTENERGYNEW MEXICO & NATIONALBUDGET PROPOSALS SHOW RECORD MONEY AFTER OIL BOOMBy Nicole Maxwell, NM Political Report01/16/2023Copyright: Canva Pro

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117SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Leading NewMexico legislators recommended abillion-dollar increase Thursday in annualstate spending to expand preschoolaccess and increase mandatoryclassroom instruction time at K-12 publicschools.The budget proposal would increasegeneral fund spending by 12%, or justover $1 billion, to $9.4 billion for thefiscal year that runs from July 2023 toJune 2024.Continue reading >NEW MEXICO LAWMAKERS SEEK PRESCHOOL EXPANSION WITH OIL MONEYBy Morgan Lee, The Associated Press01/12/2023BUILTENVIRONMENTKit Carson Electric Cooperative andGuzman Energy announced this Monday(Jan. 9) the extension of their wholesalepower supply agreement through June30, 2041. The partnership is expected tosave Kit Carson $150-170 million overthe course of the contract.Based out of Denver, Colorado, GuzmanEnergy is a wholesale power provider"dedicated to communities in search ofaffordable and reliable energy,"according the company's website. Taos'local electric cooperative partnered withGuzman Energy in 2016. Continue reading >KIT CARSON ELECTRIC, GUZMAN ENERGY SECURE 15-YEAR CONTRACTEXTENSIONBy Staff Report, Taos News01/10/2023Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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118The Biden administration is creating afederal office to administer $4.7 billion toclean up abandoned oil wells across thecountry, a long-standing environmentalproblem in oil-producing states like NewMexico.Defunct wells can leak methane into theair and contaminate groundwater.Conservationists and some lawmakerscontend inadequate attention has beenpaid to a blight that emits methane, a gaswith 80 times the warming effect ofcarbon dioxide in a 20-year period.Continue reading >INTERIOR DEPARTMENT OPENS OFFICE TO ADDRESS ORPHANED OIL WELLSBy Scott Wyland, Santa Fe New Mexican01/11/2023BUILTENVIRONMENTABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP)— U.S. climate envoy John Kerry backsthe United Arab Emirates’ decision toappoint the CEO of a state-run oilcompany to preside over the upcomingU.N. climate negotiations in Dubai, citinghis work on renewable energy projects.In an interview Sunday with TheAssociated Press, the former U.S.secretary of state acknowledged that theEmirates and other countries relying onfossil fuels to fund their state coffers facefinding “some balance” ahead.Continue reading >JOHN KERRY TELLS AP HE BACKS UAE OIL CHIEF OVERSEEING COP28By Jon Gambrell, The Associated Press - KOB 401/16/2023Copyright: Canva ProCopyright: Canva Pro

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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.org119

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120WEEKLY INDUSTRY STATISTICS CURATED BY THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT & CONSTRUCTION REPORTERBUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICONATIONAL INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION REPORTER

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CaliforniaTexasFloridaPennsylvaniaGeorgiaDistrict of ColumbiaColoradoMarylandOhioArizonaTennesseeSouth CarolinaNevadaWisconsinDelawareOklahomaKentuckyKansasAlabamaIdahoArkansasRhode IslandPuerto RicoWest VirginiaWyomingMontanaGuam400 300 200 100 0 As of January 2023, the majority of the buildings that had received pre-certification, certification, or registration from the International WELL Building Institute were in California and New York. New Mexico ranked 42nd with 2.6 million square feet of buildings certified or registered. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment AS OF JANUARY 2023, CUMULATIVE SURFACE AREA OF BUILDINGS PRE-CERTIFIED, CERTIFIED, OR REGISTERED BY THE INTERNATIONAL WELL BUILDING INSTITUTE, BY STATE AND TERRITORY (IN MILLION OF SQUARE FEET)Source: International WELL Building InstituteSurvey by: LInternational WELL Building InstituteSource link: CLICK HERERelease date: January 2023121BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO STATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR

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Jan 2019Apr 2019Jul 2019Oct 2019Jan 2020Apr 2020Jul 2020Oct 2020Jan 2021Apr 2021Jul 2021Oct 2021Jan 2022Apr 2022Jul 2022Oct 2022Jan 2023Apr 2023Jul 2023Oct 2023Jan 2024Apr 2024Jul 2024Oct 2024Mar 2025Sep 2025May 2026Dec 2026Jul 2027Mar 20285 4 3 2 1 0 Copper futures contracts set a price for future copper purchases and can be traded. Investors predict commodity market changes in futures markets. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment US COPPER FUTURES PRICES FROM JANUARY 2019 TO DECEMBER 2022, WITH FORECASTS FROM JANUARY 2023 TO MARCH 2028(U.S. DOLLARS PER TROY OUNCE)Source: Investing.comSurvey by: Investing.comSource link: CLICK HERERelease date: January 2023122BUILTENVIRONMENTNATIONAL STATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR

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20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201420152016201720182019202020212022*0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 -0.2 This chart illustrates China's rising population from the year 2000 through 2022. In 2022, there was a roughly 0.06 percent decrease in the population of China. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment POPULATION GROWTH IN CHINA FROM 2000 TO 2022Source: National Bureau of Statistics of ChinaSurvey by: National Bureau of Statistics of ChinaPublished by: National Bureau of Statistics of ChinaSource link: CLICK HERERelease date: January 2023123BUILTENVIRONMENTINTERNATIONAL STATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR

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ColoradoNorthern New MexicoSouthern New Mexico Outside AdjacentTotalsStateLocationProjects Bidding26 77 34 82 219EstimatedCost$71,200,000 $44,442,962 $28,647,382 $107,120,358 $251,410,702BIDDING PROJECTS ESTIMATED COSTS (PROJECTS LOCATED IN THE CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN-ROOM)TUESDAY JANUARY 17TH, 2022 11:58 AM MST124Don't Hesitate! Start Your Free Trial Today!CLICK HEREBUILTENVIRONMENT PROJECT STATISTICS PROVIDED BY CONSTRUCTION REPORTER

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Mescalero Indian Hospital Expansion...PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBER2022-3C09TOTALVIEWSTOP PROJECTS THIS WEEKVOLUME 03 ISSUE 27NEW MEXICO | COLORADO | ARIZONA | EL PASO, TX2,473Kewa Child Care & Family...2022-80C3 1,440Bluewater Elementary Replacement...2022-8562 867Construction Services for Westside...2022-84FD 537Chi Chil Tah Jones Ranch Community...2022-8254 508Restroom Additions in Hanger 1...2021-5827 478Williams Acres Water System...2022-872F 459West Aragon Improvements2022-865F 404Senior Center Kitchen Renovation2022-7753 3117,477125BUILTENVIRONMENT

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Estancia, New MexicoESTABLISHED GAS STATION AND CONVENIENCE STOREASKING PRICE: $390,000The well-maintained condition of the property shows the pride in ownership. Valley Express is one of only 2gas station c-stores in the Estancia market and serves not only the town of Estancia but the largersurrounding agricultural community. The buyer of this property may have an opportunity to expand thebusiness by acquiring the adjacent apartment building (also available at $64,000) adding fuel pumps andselling dyed diesel fuel for farm equipment. Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire this busy gas station andc-store.BUSINESS DESCRIPTION:Absolute Investment Realty has been selected to exclusivelyrepresent the owner in the sale of Valley Express, a successfuloperating convenience store located on the main thoroughfarein Estancia, NM. The Valley Express gas station andconvenience store has been in continuous operation as one ofthe main fuel stations in Estancia for over 32 years, owned bythe current owner for 15 years.126BUSINESS FOR SALENEW MEXICOBUILTENVIRONMENTABOUT THE BUSINESSLocation: Estancia, New MexicoYear Established: 1992Real Estate: OwnedBuilding Sq. Ft.: 2,442Facilities: Recent upgrades include gas canopy, pumps, asphalt. 4units/8 dispensers, self-pay. 968 sf Convenience Store, 1474Warehouse which can be converted to rent for separate business. Thebuyer of this property may have an opportunity to expand thebusiness by acquiring the adjacent apartment building (also availableat $64,000)Market Outlook/Competition: Valley Express is one of only 2 gasstation c-stores in the Estancia market and serves not only the townof Estancia but the larger surrounding agricultural community. It hasbeen in continuous operation for more than 32 years.Growth & Expansion: The buyer of this property may have anopportunity to expand the business by acquiring the adjacentapartment building (also available at $64,000), which may beconverted into additional retail space, adding fuel pumps and sellingdyed diesel fuel for farm equipment.CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION Barbara Kline(505) 207-0139VIEW LISTING >

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2023-006735016 LOMAS BLVD NE Suite B2TOTALSQ. FEETMARY ANN MOLINA01/13/2023 - 01/11/2024 2,400BUILDINGCONTRACTORDEFINITIVE CONSTRUCTION LLC dba CONTRACTORISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2023-00180220 ADAMS ST SE STE BTORRES-PAYNE LLC01/10/2023 - 01/10/2024 2,484BuildingContractorESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-5426412100 COPPER AV NEAHMET TIRYAKI01/12/2023 - 07/12/2023 7,916ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-524662033 WYOMING BLVD NECallie Beauchamp01/13/2023 - 07/13/2023 7,473ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-520581015 INDIAN SCHOOL RD NWHeather Larson01/11/2023 - 07/11/2023 5,740ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-4898812100 COPPER AV NEAhmet TIRYAKI01/12/2023 - 07/12/2023 7,916ESTIMATED COST: N/AALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023Construction Reporter Member127BP-2022-48632200 VALENCIA DR SECasa de Sierra Apartments LLLP01/09/2023 - 01/12/2023 1,368ESTIMATED COST: N/AJIRKA, CHUCK CONSTRUCTION, LLCDAMA CONSTRUCTION ROGER CINELLI AND ASSOCIATES INCINSIGHT CONSTRUCTION, LLC SCOUT DESIGN LLCINSIGHT CONSTRUCTION, LLC PETER BUTTERFIELD ARCHITECTDAMA CONSTRUCTION ROGER CINELLI AND ASSOCIATES INCLUZ ENERGY CORPORATIONBUILTENVIRONMENT

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-48627200 VALENCIA DR SESPC 3BTOTALSQ. FEETCasa De Sierra Apartments01/09/2023 - 01/12/2023 1,327BUILDINGCONTRACTORLUZ ENERGY CORPORATIONISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-481551909 BELLAMAH AV NWHeritage Real Estate Company01/12/2023 - 01/12/2024 2,027BuildingContractorESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-461222929 Coors Boulevard NWGenoa Healthcare01/12/2023 - 01/13/2024 1,085ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-38727 2500 JEFFERSON ST NEMARCUS RAEL01/12/2023 - 07/12/2023 5,600ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-3643110550 Unser Blvd NWHolly Partners - Tushar Patel01/09/2023 - 07/09/2023 18,000ESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-349742308 EUBANK BLVD NENia Harris01/13/2023 - 01/13/2024 4,900ESTIMATED COST: N/AALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITSJANUARY 9TH - 13TH 2023Construction Reporter Member128BP-2022-264362700 SAN MATEO BLVD NEFirst Financial Credit Union01/12/2023 - 07/12/2023 4,441ESTIMATED COST: N/ADANE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES, LLC STUDIO SOUTHWEST ARCHITECTSJORGE GONZALES ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO NIETO CUSTOM BUILDERS, INCALLIANCE PAVING, INCINSIGHT CONSTRUCTION, LLC RBA ARCHITECTSA-A-RONS CUSTOMS LLCLA MACCHIA GROUP, LLCBUILTENVIRONMENT

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PERMIT LOCATIONISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEPERMITOWNERPP-2023-00531PP-2023-00439PP-2023-00437PP-2022-54272PP-2022-53475821 MOUNTAIN RD NWGP-2022-523818100 LANG AV NEPERMITINFOARROYO HOLDINGS, LLC01/11/2023 - 07/11/2023Total Contract Value:$68,941.32GP-2022-531813700 COORS BLVD NWRDK Company01/09/2023 - 01/17/2023Total Contract Value:$21,907.16BUILDINGCONTRACTORPP-2023-0054001/13/2023 - 07/13/2023Plaza David Chavez Apartment Rehab...PP-2023-00533222 MAPLE ST NEDeacon Property Services01/09/2023 - 07/09/2023we are removing (2) 65 gal 80% hot water... 5411 JEFFERSON ST NE01/13/2023 - 01/16/2024Remodel TI861 PAN AMERICAN FRWY NEBubba's 3301/09/2023 - 07/09/2023Installation of five tankless water heaters.8240 MONTGOMERYBLVD NEAMREP SOUTHWEST INC01/09/2023 - 01/10/2024Connect to existing new 2" water meter, install 2...1501 12TH ST NW The Craftroom01/12/2023 - 07/12/2023Piping in waste and drains2509 SAN MATEO BLVD NE01/10/2023 - 01/17/2024Plumbing for new Coffee ShopAlbuquerque Sunny Acres LPCentral Autism DevelopmentALBUQUERQUE PLUMBING HEATING AND COOLING, INC.Insight ConstructionWHITLOCK ENTERPRISES LLCWHITLOCK ENTERPRISES LLCRODGERS PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC.FRA MUNIZ PLUMBING AND MECHANICAL LLCSUNSHINE PLUMBING & HEATING, INC.RODGERS PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC.BIG BEAR MECHANICAL LLCBIG 'M' PLUMBING INC.PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIAL129Demolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalAB Boiler Vertical Transport BUILTENVIRONMENT

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PERMIT LOCATIONISSUEDATEPERMITOWNER23OC550018223OC550021723CB050022723OC600019423OC60002142915 MAJESTIC RIDGE23OC55001554420 SONOMA RANCH BlvdPERMITINFORAWSON GEORGE B01/09/2023New Commercial Plumbing23OC55001472915 MAJESTIC RIDGEMOORE FRED E & LINDA S01/09/2023gas pipingBUILDINGCONTRACTOR23OC550014601/09/2023gas piping23OC55001442917 MAJESTIC RIDGEMOORE FRED E & LINDA S01/09/2023gas piping1491 ALAMO St01/10/2023Gas Pressuretest3791 LOHMAN AveFIRST LIGHT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION01/12/2023Rough-in 2 water closets709 VALLEY Dr J M CARRIERE POST 10124 VFW01/12/2023Job Value($):$52,598.70202 MOTEL BlvdHPT TA PROPERTIES TRUST01/11/2023Install 25 ton HVAC850 TELSHOR Blvd01/11/2023Install 1 RTU, duct system, relocate diffusersMOORE FRED E & LINDA SUnited StatesPLUMBING ENTERPRIZESTWILIGHT ENTERPRISES LLCMADDOX PLUMBING INCSAN ANTONIO BUILDERS INCSAN ANTONIO BUILDERS INCSAN ANTONIO BUILDERS INCAmerican Steel Carports IncUNIQUE CONTRACTORS LLCGRAY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING INCANDERSON AIR CORPSPERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWLAS CRUCES PERMITSCOMMERCIAL130ElectricalPlumbingAlterationMechanicalRe-roofCommercial NewAdditionsBUILTENVIRONMENT

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Throughout the United States, companieshave long experienced cases of equipmenttheft. A joint 2012 study by the NationalInsurance Crime Bureau (NICB) and NationalEquipment Register (NER) found equipmenttheft was costing companies an average of$400 million per year. Each month, theNational Crime Information Center (NCIC)receives anywhere from 600 to 1,200reports of equipment theft, which generallypeaks between April and August.For the companies that incur these losses,the costs can really add up. On average, thecost of a stolen equipment item averages$17,400. As further stated in the NICB/NERreport, heavy equipment items are two-times likelier to be subjected to theft thannatural disaster and five-times likelier to bestolen than damaged in an auto accident.CONTINUE READING >12 WAYS FOR PREVENTING EQUIPMENT THEFTBY WARREN CATCopyright: Canva Pro132BUILTENVIRONMENTTHEFT & SECURITYNEW MEXICO

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