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CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS HAVE SEEN SIGNIFICANT INCREASESINFLATION TREND IS FOCUS OF NEW ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS REPORTIndustry Brief Event CalendarConstructionReal Estate StatisticsTable of ContentsConstructionReal EstateLegislationVendors /SuppliersEnergyNewsActive Featured ProjectsPre-Bid ConstructionPost-Bid ProjectsProjectsRAISING CANEBUILDING IN NEW MEXICO?Raising Cane Fast-Food Chain Building New Locations >Continue reading cover story >IN OUR SPOTLIGHTRead more >CELEBRATING IT’S 25TH YEAR, EL PASO DOWNTOWN MANAGEMENT DISTRICT CONTINUES WIDE ARRAY OF SERVICESVETERANS CEMETERYRio Rancho Could See the Building of a New Veterans Cemetery >RADIO STATION KFLQAlbuquerque Building Housing Popular Radio Station is Up for Sale >THE BUILT ENVIRONMENTTHE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WHE RE NEW MEXICO CONSTRU CT ION AND REAL ESTATE M EE TVO LU ME III | IS SU E 0 3AU GU ST 2022WHERE'STHE LOGO? Learn more >

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QUICK NAVIGATIONBUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION >COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE > SPACE NEW MEXICO >INDUSTRY NEWS: QUICK LINKSFEATURED PROJECTS >PRE-BID PROJECTS >ACTIVE PROJECTS > FEATURED PROPERTY FOR SALE >FEATURED LAND FOR SALE >COMM. PROPERTY FOR SALE >COMM. LAND FOR SALE >REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS >NEWS >INDUSTRY BRIEF >LEGISLATION >EVENT CALENDAR >NEWS >EVENTS >FEATURED COMPANIES >AFFILIATES >CLASSIFIEDS >PERMITS >BUSINESS FOR SALE >THEFT & SECURITY >3VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03WEEDFEED >STATISTICS >POST-BID PROJECTS >WAGE DETERMINATIONS >LIENS >QUICKLY NAVIGATE BETWEEN SECTIONS BY CLICKING ON ANY SECTION TAB. AFFILIATES >AFFILIATES >2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. WHERE'S THE LOGOIF YOU FIND GLASS RITE'S LOGO SEND US AN EMAIL AT MAGAZINE@CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COM OR GIVE US A CALL AT (505) 243-9793. LAST WEEK'S ANSWER PAGE 93

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Plans are now firm for what is expected tobe an extraordinary visual event indowntown El Paso: the creation of a 64-footin length mountain lion mural that will go upon the brick wall of the high-rise One SanJacinto Plaza building.The project will be the creation of theinternationally known artist Artur Bordalo,who uniquely uses the discarded remains ofdaily life, trash and garbage, to create artworks designed to raise awareness aboutboth pollution and endangered speciesissues.The project has many partners, including,most prominently, the El Paso DowntownManagement District.“It will be a mural not in terms of paint on thewall, but with the use of recyclablematerials,” says Joe Gudenrath, executivedirector of the El Paso DMD, noting that theeffort by the Portuguese artist mostpopularly known as Bordalo II, will be addedto an already “growing collection of murals indowntown El Paso” celebrating the city’sdiversity.The Bordalo mural, like many initiativeseither spearheaded or joined by the El PasoDMD, is a project with many partners, mostprominently the El Paso-based Green HopeProject, a group focusing on the arts,education, and environmentalism.El Paso DMD’s association with the GreenHope Project is one of the manypartnerships the downtown organization hasformed to support economic developmentthroughout downtown El Paso. T H I S W E E K S S P O T L I G H TCELEBRATING IT’S 25TH YEAR, EL PASO DOWNTOWN MANAGEMENT DISTRICT CONTINUES WIDE ARRAY OF SERVICESBy Garry Boulard, The Built Environment08/03/2022BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. Copyright: Artur Bordalo street mural, mixed media. Flickr.com (Creative Commons)Copyright: Canva Pro4VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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Launched in 1997, the El Paso DMD is amunicipal government entity dedicated tothe betterment of one of the best-loveddowntowns in the Southwest. Like other downtown management districtsacross the country, the El Paso DMD ismostly supported by property assessmentrevenue and has remained true to its originalmission of creating and maintaining avibrant downtown. To that end, one of the most reliable toolshave been the group’s grant programs,matching private investment dollars forcertain property improvements. And in thatcategory, the Brownfield Site Reuse &Revitalization Program has in recent monthsdominated the headlines.“The Brownfield program within theEnvironment Protection Agency has slowlyevolved to the point there they have begunto take both an economic developmentapproach as well as one that is purelyenvironmental,” says Gudenrath. That means that the El Paso DMD, whichwas awarded a $600,000 BrownfieldAssessment Grant by the EPA in 2020, hasbeen able to address the problem of toxicsites ranging from former gas stations,abandoned factories and mills, dump sites,salvage yards and much more.It is thought that there could be as many asone hundred Brownfield sites within thedistrict’s borders.“We’ve been able to perform a lot of freeassessment work on the behalf of propertyowners who are looking to either acquire orredevelop buildings,” says Gudenrath. BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. Copyright: Canva Pro5VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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“You don’t really run into Brownfieldsituations until a person goes to sell aproperty or renovate a property,” hecontinues. “The bank then questions what’sbeen going on in that building, what’s underthe ground, things like that, before they arewilling to back any project.”Building on success of that initial effort, theEl Paso DMD has now been awarded asecond EPA grant, this one for $500,000, forcontinued property assessment work. In a more aesthetic direction, the El PasoDMD has spurred a façade improvementgrant program, offering up to $25,000 toproperty owners making restoration,preservation, and rehabilitation upgrades tothe fronts of their buildings.“It covers almost all improvements,” saysGudenrath, “windows, doors, awnings, repairwork.”Recent façade recipients include The CleanGroup for the improvement of the front of itsbuilding at 200 Anthony Street in the city’sUnion Plaza, entailing the demolition ofexisting stucco and installation of aluminumstorefront doors and metal panels. Another project centers on improvements toa property owned by the Omega RealtyCorporation at 920 S. Stanton, seeing thereplacement of eight exterior apartmentwindows and the painting of the streetsidefaçade.The El Paso DMD has been equally proactivein its efforts to light up dark streetsdowntown; the group’s signature signageand lighting grant program provides amatching grant for the establishment orrestoration of iconic signage and lightinginstallations.BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. Copyright: Canva Pro6VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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“We know there are law firms and office buildings that close up at 5 p.m., and we understandthat,” says Gudenrath. “But to keep a building alive at night with lighting dramatically helpsthe downtown environment.” This summer saw the awarding of a $17,350 grant for a project seeing the installation of anew illuminated and double-sided blade sign, a marquee sign, and neon lighting at a two-storybrick building located at 1006 Texas Avenue and owned by Texas Ave. LLC. A delayed project, also winning funding from the El Paso DMD, is the upgrading andrestoration of the four-story De Soto Hotel, located at 309 E. Mills Avenue.The project received up to $60,000 in fee and tax rebates from the City of El Paso for whatwas estimated to be a $1.2 million renovation. But the project has been delayed by a fire inFebruary that destroyed the building’s roof and damaged much of its upper floors.The project was additionally the recipient of an El Paso DMD $24,900 grant for façadeimprovements, $25,000 for signature lighting, and $10,000 for pedestrian corridorimprovement.“The De Soto has been in disrepair for decades, so to find someone who is a relatively newproperty owner, ready to invest, is exactly what our programs are looking for,” saysGudenrath of Rogelio Gonzalez, an engineer who purchased the De Soto in 2019 with thehope of turning it into apartments.An exact schedule of when work will begin on the De Soto has not yet been announced. ButGudenrath notes that not everything in the world of redevelopment happens overnight. “Thisis a good project,” he says. “We’re just awaiting word to see what the new plans are.”BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. Copyright: Artur Bordalo street mural, mixed media. Flickr.com (Creative Commons)7VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING MISSION ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS CHARTER SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND CLASSROOM BUILDINGEnterprise Builders CorporationNEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'll post it here! BUILTENVIRONMENTGood morning and happy Monday from the site of the new Mission Achievement andSuccess Charter School Administration and Classroom Building! Foundations for the56,000 sq ft two-story building are complete, and slab on grade, steel erection and slabon deck are in pursuit.The Enterprise Builders professionals leading this build are Senior Estimator/ProjectManager Charles Giannini Jr., Project Superintendents Arnold Leslie and Rueven T. Jim,Project Engineer Krystian Gomez, and Assistant Project Manager April Leon Guerrero.View post >2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 11VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Enterprise Builders Corporation

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING NEW CAREEREmma Adams, Bohannan HustonNEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'll post it here! BUILTENVIRONMENTI’m happy to share that today I am starting my career in Environmental Engineering as anEngineer in Training at Bohannan Huston, Inc.! Thank you so much to this inspiringcompany and everyone involved in it. I cannot wait to see what this new position has instore for me.View post > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 12VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST'S TOP PRIVATE COMPANIESBohannan HustonWe are proud and honored to benamed among the best of NewMexico's privately ownedcompanies on AlbuquerqueBusiness First's Top PrivateCompanies list. BHI came in at#21 on the list for 2022. Read the article here: https://lnkd.in/gXuq3qwF View post > Copyright: Bohannan Huston, Albuquerque Business First

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING MWINNERS AT THE 2022 ANNUAL AMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORS ASSOCIATIONEnterprise Builders CorporationNEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'll post it here! BUILTENVIRONMENTEnterprise Builders brought home the 2022 Large General Contractor of the year -our very first year in this category!The Grief Center Phase 1 (formally Children's Grief Center) received the award forSmall Project of the Year/Below $5 million.VP of Estimating and Project Management Luke Harwood was first runner up forProject Manager of the Year.We are thrilled to be winners at the 2022 annual American Subcontractors Association -New Mexico Industry Awards!!The photos are blurry, but the smiles are genuine. Thank you New Mexico subcontractorcommunity! We're honored to work alongside you.View post > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 13VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Enterprise Builders Corporation Copyright: Enterprise Builders Corporation

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AWARD Associated Builders and Contractors New Mexico ChapterNEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'll post it here! BUILTENVIRONMENTWhat an incredible honor it is for all of us at ABC New Mexico to receive the WorkforceDevelopment Award at the New Mexico Society of Association Executives AssociationExcellence Awards!! Thank you for all of the support.View post >2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 14VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Associated Builders and Contractors New Mexico Chapter

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BUILTENVIRONMENTEVENTCALENDARAUGUST 2022have an event you like to get the word out for? let us know! Please call us at (505) 243-9793 or email us at news@thebuiltenvironment.com to submit an event. 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 16VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NAIOP - VIEW CALENDAR 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM: August 4th Biology and Economic Ecology - CLICK HERE CARNM - VIEW CALENDAR 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM: 2022 CARNM GOLF TOURNAMENT - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Ribbon Cutting - Edit House- CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM: First Session - CLICK HERE 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: Get Crafty w/ your Biz - August Series - "Back to Basics" - CLICK HERETHURSDAY AUGUST 4THGREATER LAS CRUCES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE- VIEW CALENDAR 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: 2022 Healthcare Awards Gala - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Women's Program Monthly Meeting - CLICK HERE 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM: Cano Health Grand Opening - CLICK HERE 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Caminando por el Arte- CLICK HERE GREATER ALBUQUERQUE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Cano Health Grand Opening Rio Bravo Location - CLICK HEREFRIDAY AUGUST 5THCITY OF ALBUQUERQUE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM: Downtown Summerfest- CLICK HERESATURDAY AUGUST 6THNMRLD - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM: Interior Design Board will hold a regular board meeting on Monday, August 8, 2022, at 12 p.m. The board meeting will be held at the Regulation and Licensing Department, 2550 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM, in the Rio Grande Conference Room. The meeting will also be held via Cisco Webex - CLICK HERE BOMA SOUTHWEST REGION - VIEW CALENDAR 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Southwest Region Board Meeting - CLICK HERE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM: Back to School Family Picnic Cookout at North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center - CLICK HEREMONDAY AUGUST 8THRIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM: Ribbon Cutting - Concierge Health and Wellness Massage Spa - CLICK HERE 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM: Business After Hours - Sandia Laboratory Fed Credit Union - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Ask The Expert - Sales- CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 9TH

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BUILTENVIRONMENTEVENTCALENDARAUGUST 2022have an event you like to get the word out for? let us know! Please call us at (505) 243-9793 or email us at news@thebuiltenvironment.com to submit an event. 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 17VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NAIOP - VIEW CALENDAR 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM: Aug 11th NAIOP SEMINAR "The Future of Commercial RE" - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: LS Class of 2022 Graduation Luncheon - CLICK HERE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM: CPOA Board Meeting 08-11- 2022 - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR10:00 AM - 11:30 AM: CADCA Workplace Engagement Virtual Training - CLICK HERE 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM: The Hispano Chamber Welcomes "Brandon McFatridge Agency" Ribbon Cutting Celebration - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST - VIEW CALENDAR 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM: 2022 Family Business Awards- CLICK HERE THURSDAY AUGUST 11THCREW NEW MEXICO - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: Regular Lunch Meeting - Sunny Side Up! - Economic Development in Las Cruces - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: Women in Leadership Luncheon - CLICK HERE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE - VIEW CALENDAR 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM: Air Quality Control Board Meeting - CLICK HERE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION - VIEW CALENDAR 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: GREEN BUILD COUNCIL / REMODELERS COUNCIL - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY AUGUST 10THRIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 8:00 AM: 2022 GOLF Rio Rancho Open - CLICK HERE SANTA FE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM: Business Over Breakfast - Sam's Club - CLICK HERE CITY OF LAS CRUCES - VIEW CALENDAR 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM: BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE CITY OF LAS CRUCES UTILITIES - CLICK HEREFRIDAY AUGUST 12THALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST - VIEW CALENDAR 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Reflections: Looking back | Moving ahead - CLICK HERE RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: RRRCC Board of Directors Meeting - CLICK HERE 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Representative Melanie Stansbury Luncheon Meeting - CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 16TH

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BUILTENVIRONMENTEVENTCALENDARAUGUST 2022have an event you like to get the word out for? let us know! Please call us at (505) 243-9793 or email us at news@thebuiltenvironment.com to submit an event. 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 18VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM: Nonprofit Alliance Meeting - CLICK HERE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Free Tour of the KiMo Theatre - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: SAVING FOR RETIREMENT AND EDUCATION: Two sides of the same coin.- CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY AUGUST 17THALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Ask the Expert - Marketing- CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 16THBERNALILLO COUNTYAUGUST 9TH3:00 PM: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ZONING MEETING - CLICK HERE5:00 PM: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ZONING MEETING - CLICK HERE AUGUST 10TH9:00 AM: ZONING ADMINISTRATOR PUBLIC HEARING- CLICK HEREAUGUST 16TH2:00 PM: COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING - CLICK HERETORRANCE COUNTYAUGUST 9TH6:30 PM: TORRANCE COUNTY FAIR BOARD MEETING- CLICK HEREAUGUST 10TH9:00 AM: COMMISSION MEETING - CLICK HERETAOS COUNTYAUGUST 16TH9:00 AM - 2:00 PM: TAOS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSION - REGULAR MEETING - CLICK HERESANTA FE COUNTYAUGUST 9TH2:00 PM: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (BCC) MEETING - CLICK HERE AUGUST 11TH3:00 PM: SUSTAINABLE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE HEARING OFFICER MEETING - CLICK HEREAUGUST 17TH4:00 PM: TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING (TAC) - CLICK HERESAN JUAN COUNTYAUGUST 16TH4:00 PM: SAN JUAN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING- CLICK HERE

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BUILTENVIRONMENTEVENTCALENDARAUGUST 2022have an event you like to get the word out for? let us know! Please call us at (505) 243-9793 or email us at news@thebuiltenvironment.com to submit an event. 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 19VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03SAN JUAN COUNTYAUGUST 17TH10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING- ORDINANCE 120 VARIANCE - CLICK HEREOTERO COUNTYAUGUST 11TH9:00 AM: COUNTY COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING- CLICK HERELOS ALAMOS COUNTYAUGUST 9H6:00 PM - 10:00 PM: COUNTY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING - CLICK HERELEA COUNTYJULY 29TH - AUGUST 6THLEA COUNTY FAIR & RODEO GENERAL INFORMATION- CLICK HERECURRY COUNTYAUGUST 9TH9:00 AM - 12:00 PM: COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING - CLICK HERE

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Civil Structural Engineer Location:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: The Souder, Miller & Associates is recruiting for the Structural Engineer (Senior II) position in New Mexico. The Structural Engineer (Senior II) would be anticipated to develop a structural engineering program within SMA...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Souder, Miller & AssociatesLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORECLASSIFIEDSRECRUITINGMADE EASYBUILTENVIRONMENTIS 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. Mechanical Engineer Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Serves as a District mechanical engineering specialist, work leader, and technical advisor with responsibility for designand engineering of mechanical equipment and systems for civil works, military facilities and other government agencies...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.US Army Corps of EngineersCivil Project Manager Location: Shiprock, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: A leading Civil General Contractor is actively seeking an experienced and driven Project Manager to join their team. Applicable project experience for this Project Managercould include a work history of highways, bridges, site work, paving, marine, rail, dams, etc. This is a great opportunity for a Project Manager...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.GPACSupervisory Contract Specialist Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: ContractAbout the job: Serves as Chief for the Contract Execution Branch for the Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District. Responsibilities Position will require a Contracting Officer Warrant up to $500M. Serves as the principal procurement official and primary contracting officer to contract...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.US Army Corps of Engineers2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 20VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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MEP Superintendent Location:Rio Rancho, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Our Client is an Employee- Owned Company that leads innovation to build the future. As Field Engineer, one can expect to be actively involved in the design and construction of one of the organizations flagship projects. Working with stakeholders both in and outside of the organization...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Pivot WorkforceLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MOREBUILTENVIRONMENTIS 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. Project Scheduler Location:Rio Rancho, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Our Client is an Employee Owned Company that leads innovation to build the future. As Project Scheduler, one can expect to be actively involved in the coordination, construction and completion on of one of the organizations flagship projects...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Pivot WorkforceSenior Project Engineer - Structural Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Martin/Martin, Inc. islooking for a structural engineer to join our Structural Engineering Group in our Albuquerque, New Mexico office. This engineer will have the opportunity to work on a broad range of project types with many different structural materials...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Martin/Martin, IncProject Supervisor Location: Portales, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: ElectriCom, a Utility Construction company, was founded in 1960 in Paoli, Indiana. ElectriCom has experienced continuous growth since its inception. The company takes pride in focusing on family values both in the workplace and with its customer base. ElectriCom seeks employees...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.ElectriCom, LLCCLASSIFIEDSRECRUITINGMADE EASY2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 21VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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Superintendent Location:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: D.R. Horton, Inc. is currently looking for a Superintendent. The right candidate's primary responsibility is to manage all functions of the job site as it relates to home construction while providing excellent customer service. The Superintendent manages the construction...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.D.R. HortonLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MOREBUILTENVIRONMENTIS 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. Assistant Superintendent Location:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: D.R. Horton, Inc. is currently looking for an Assistant Superintendent. The right candidate's primary responsibility is to assist the Superintendent with the management of the job site as it relates to home construction while providing excellent customer service...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.D.R. HortonField Engineer Location:Rio Rancho, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Assists the Project Engineer with being the technical source of information for the project. Responds to questions about drawings, specifications, shop drawings, and change orders and have responsibility for assisting in writing change orders...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Sundt ConstructionProfessional Engineer - Structural Location:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Martin/Martin, Inc. islooking for a structural engineer to join our Structural Engineering Group in our Albuquerque, New Mexico office. This engineer will have the opportunity to work on a broad...Experience:Click link down belowfor full descriptionof what is required for this position.Martin/Martin, IncCLASSIFIEDSRECRUITINGMADE EASY2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 22VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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RAISING CANECOMING TO NEW MEXICOFEATURED PROJECTPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONRaising Cane Fast-Food Chain Building New Locations Everywhere > Mescalero Indian Hospital Expansion & Renovation > Las Cruces High-Rise to See Renovation Under New Owner > NEW MEXICOCONSTRUCTIONT H E B U I L T E N V I R O N M E N T M A G A Z I N ERIO RANCHO COULD SEE THE BUILDING OF A NEW VETERANS CEMETERY >

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BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION SECTION HOME PAGERaising Cane Fast-Food Chain Building New Locations Everywhere > Rio Rancho Could See the Building of a New Veterans Cemetery > Top Private Companies 2022: AUI Inc. > BlueHalo signs sizable lease for additional space in Sandia Science and Technology Park >NEW MEXICOFort Collins Church May Build New Multi- Purpose Facilities, Along with a Labyrinth >Feds: $401M will add high-speed internet to rural US places > Plans Announced to Turn Historic Denver Office Building into Apartment Space > Century-Old El Paso Church May See Long- Awaited Restoration >SOUTHWESTCHIPS Act passes House, secures $52B for semiconductor industry >Lendlease breaks ground on $1.15B San Francisco tower > NATIONALInflation Trend is Focus of New Associated General Contractors Report > TRENDSCONSTRUCTION NEWSAFFILIATESFEATURED COMPANIESFEATURED PROJECTSPRE-BID PROJECTSACTIVE PROJECTSPOST-BID PROJECTSWAGE DETERMINATIONSLIENS2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 25VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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CONSTRUCTION AFFILIATES 2022BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 26VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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AMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION NEW MEXICO2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 27VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03ASA NEW MEXICOANNUAL SPONSORSSAVE THE DATE 2022AUGUST 11TH: LUNCHEON PRESENTATION– PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENTAUGUST 24TH: BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURSEPTEMBER 8TH: LUNCHEON PRESENTATION– MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACEOCTOBER 7TH: ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENTOCTOBER 18TH: LAS CRUCES LUNCHEON & HAPPY HOUROCTOBER 26TH: BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPY HOURNOVEMBER 10TH: LUNCHEON PRESENTATION– COMMUNICATIONS IN THE WORKPLACENOVEMBER 16TH: BEER & BUSINESS CARDS HAPPYHOURMEMBER LUNCHEONPUBLIC LABOR AGREEMENT'SAUGUST 11, 2022 IN PERSON 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM/ VIRTUAL 12:10 PM TO 1:15 PM COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT - 5151 JOURNAL CENTER BLVD NE, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109, USA PUBLIC LABOR AGREEMENTSGET THE 411 ON THE PLA’S -ASK QUESTIONS REGARDING PLA’S PRESENTED BY:JENNIFER TURNER– DEPUTY DIRECTOR WITH THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT& BRIAN CONDIT– EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE NEW MEXICO BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL HYBRID EVENT–ATTEND IN PERSON OR VIRTUAL American 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 THIS ASA'S NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE >

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On July 29, 2022 more than 320 individuals gathered torecognize companies and individuals who exemplifyexcellence in construction at the AmericanSubcontractors Association of New Mexico’s AnnualIndustry Awards “New Mexico Ninja Warrior~Construction Edition” at Sandia Resort and Casino, thewinners in fifteen categories along with one specialrecognition were announced and they are as follows:The ASA-NM 2021- 2022 Annual Industry AwardWinners Large General Contractor of the Year/ 50 or MoreEmployees:Winner: Enterprise Builders Corporation1st Runner up: Jaynes Corporation Small General Contractor of the Year/ Under 50Employees:Winner: SDV Construction, Inc.1st Runner Up: Insight Construction Member of the Year:Winner: William Burke– Burke Insurance Group, LLC1st Runner Up: Denise Mello– Sealant Specialists, Inc. Small Project of the Year/ Below $5 Million:Winner: Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico & GriefResource Center by Enterprise Builders Corporation 1st Runner Up: Sandia National Laboratories EPI ToolInstall by JB Henderson Construction Co., Inc. Large Project of the Year/ $5 Million and Above:Winner: Navajo Elementary School by ThompsonConstruction, Inc.1st Runner Up: APS Lavaland Elementary School byWeil Construction, Inc. Architect of the Year:Winner: Dekker Perich Sabatini1st Runner Up: FBT Architects Engineer of the Year:Winner: Bohannon Huston, Inc.1st Runner Up: Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers General Contractor Superintendent of the Year:Winner: Jan Nakotte– Jaynes Corporation1st Runner Up: Danny Jacquez— SDV Construction, Inc.General Contractor Project Manager of the Year:Winner: Adam Leyba– Klinger Constructors, LLC1st Runner Up: Luke Harwood– Enterprise Builders Corporation Vendor of the Year:Winner: Calvert Menicucci, P.C.1st Runner Up: Ahern Rentals Large Subcontractor of the Year/ 50 or More Employees:Winner: Yearout Mechanical, LLC1st Runner Up: Western States Fire Protection Small Subcontractor of the Year/ Under 50 Employees:Winner: Prime Electric, Inc.1st Runner Up: G&H Construction Co., Inc. General Contractor Excellence in Safety AwardWinner: Jaynes Corporation1st Runner Up: Klinger Constructors, LLC Subcontractor Excellence in Safety AwardWinner: National Roofing Co.1st Runner Up: Highway Supply, LLC President’s AwardWinner: Ray Moya– Prime Electric, Inc. 2020-2021 PresidentAndrew Villegas– Western States Fire Protection Thank you for your dedication and service!AMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION NEW MEXICO2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 28VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 032021-2022 AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCEDConstruction Reporter MemberCopyright: Construction Reporter, LLCCopyright: Construction Reporter, LLC

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 29VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Construction Association Official Says Supply Chain Challengesand Lack of Workers is Suppressing Demand for NewConstruction Amid Higher Construction Costs and LongerSchedulesTotal construction spending fell by 1.1 percent in June asspending on new housing and nonresidential projects declinedcompared to May, according to an analysis the AssociatedGeneral Contractors of America released today of federalspending data...Continue reading >CONSTRUCTION SPENDING FALLS IN JUNE WITH DECLINES IN RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL ACTIVITY AMID GROWING LABOR AND MATERIALS SHORTAGES08/05/2022 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Albuquerque Museum 2000 Mountain Road NW (Old Town)Albuquerque NM 871042022 ANNUAL SAFETY AWARDS EVENTVIEW EVENT >AGC EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2022AGC CONSTRUCTION IMPACT MODELAGC has partnered with a leading regional economist, BrianLewandowski of the University of Colorado Boulder, to createAGC's Construction Impact Model. The model is a tool that canbe used by members, chapters, policy makers and researchersto understand the economic impact of infrastructureinvestment by state.View Volume 2 Issue 41 to learn more >FRIDAY AUGUST 19TH8:30 AM - 50TH ANNUAL - AGC LEGENDS GOLF 2022 - CLICK HEREJoin Us...in celebration of our National Safety Award recipients andexplore the We Built This City ExhibitAgenda: Guest Speaker, Value of Life Awards, NASA SafetyAwards, Chase Pertnership Renewal, We Built This CityExhibit TourCost: $48.00Includes: Free Museum Entrance, Heavy Hors d' Oeuversand Cash Bar RefreshmentsCopyright: AGC New MexicoFRIDAY AUGUST 5TH1:00 PM- 5:00 PM - 2022 ANNUAL SAFETY AWARDS EVENT - CLICK HERE

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 30VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03On 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 SEPTEMBER 2022CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORESCHOLARSHIPSDate And Time:Monday September 26, 20228:30 AM - 4:30 PM MDTSchedule of Events:7:30 am—Breakfast & Registration8:30– Shotgun Start1:30 pm — Golfers Lunch/AwardsLocation:University of New Mexico: Golf Course Championship3601 University Blvd SE Albuquerque NM 87106Fees/Admission:$175.00/player$600.00/teamIncludes, breakfast, lunch, range balls, green fees & cartCLC ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT:The Associated Contractors of New Mexico's Construction Leadership Council (CLC) is looking forward to hosting our golf tournament at the UNM Championship Golf Course on Monday, September 27th, 2021. CLC GOLF TOURNAMENT 2022MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2022LEARN MORE >Copyright: Canva Pro

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 31VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03AIA EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2022AIA ALBUQUERQUE 45TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENTMONDAY, AUGUST 8THREGISTERTHURSDAY AUGUST 25TH12:00 AM - 1:00 PM - AUGUST 25 VIRTUAL MONTHLY LUNCHEON -WELL BUILDING (1 HSW /GBCI PENDING APPROVAL) - CLICK HEREDESPITE DETERIORATING ECONOMIC CONDITIONS, NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SPENDING PROJECTED TO INCREASE THROUGH 2023WASHINGTON – July 21, 2022 – Construction spending onbuildings is projected to increase just over nine percentthis year and another six percent in 2023, according to anew report from the American Institute of Architects(AIA).While the outlook for the broader economy has becomemore uncertain, the prospects for construction spendinghave improved since the beginning of the year. Theoutlook from the AIA Consensus Construction ForecastPanel, in its mid-year update, is more optimistic thanwhat was projected at the beginning of the year, largelydue to the extremely strong gains in the manufacturingcategory, as well as surprising strength in retail facilities.The industrial market is expected to pace the buildingconstruction upturn this year and next, while theinstitutional sector is forecast to begin its recovery thisyear and accelerate moving into 2023.“The construction industry is not without its own set ofchallenges,” said AIA Chief Economist Kermit Baker, Hon.AIA, PhD. “Supply chain disruptions coupled with generalinflation has pushed up inputs to construction by almost15 percent over the past year. However, challenges to theeconomy and the construction industry notwithstanding,the outlook for the nonresidential building marketappears promising for this year and next.”Continue reading >Save the Date...Register Early! Time & LocationAugust 08, 7:00 AM – 2:30 PMUniversity of New Mexico: Golf Course Ch, 3601 University Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, USAAbout the EventDo you want to register a team early? Send an email to director@aiaabq.org and let us know!Copyright: Canva ProMONDAY AUGUST 8TH7:00 AM - 2:30 PM - AIA ALBUQUERQUE 45TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT - CLICK HERE

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 32VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NEW MEXICO STATELEGISLATIVE TRACKERTICKETSDuring the legislative session, the AssociatedBuilders and Contractors of New Mexico followslegislation that effects the construction industry inNew Mexico. We keep you informed on legislationwe support and oppose. If you have strong feelingsabout the legislation we are tracking or would likeus to track legislation important to you, we wouldlike to hear from you. Please call or email CarlaKugler at 505-830-4222 or CKugler@abcnm.orgVIEW LEGISLATION TRACKED BY ABC NEW MEXICOCONSTRUCTION JOB OPENINGS DECREASED BY 71,000 IN JUNE; US ECONOMY POISED TO SLOW, SAYS ABCABC EVENT CALENDAR2022WASHINGTON, Aug. 2—The construction industryhad 334,000 job openings in June, according to anAssociated Builders and Contractors analysis ofdata from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ JobOpening and Labor Turnover Survey...Continue reading >THURSDAY AUGUST 18TH11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: SAFETY AWARDS LUNCHEON- CLICK HERETHURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: SEPTEMBER MEMBER LUNCHEON - CLICK HEREFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD7:00 AM - 3:00 PM: SPORTING CLAY TOURNAMENT - CLICK HEREFRIDAY OCTOBER 14TH12:00 PM - 4:00 PM: CHILI COOK OFF & CAR SHOW - CLICK HERETHURSDAY OCTOBER 20TH6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION - CLICK HERENONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SPENDING FALLS 0.5% IN JUNE, SAYS ABCWASHINGTON, Aug. 1—National nonresidentialconstruction spending was down by 0.5% in June,according to an Associated Builders andContractors analysis of data published today by theU.S. Census Bureau. On a seasonally adjustedannualized basis, nonresidential spending totaled$829.4 billion for the month.Continue reading >

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03UPCOMING DATESAugust 18th - Membership MeetingSeptember 9th - Last Ditch OpenOctober 25th - 27th - 2022 NMRCGANovember 4th - Holiday PartySAFETY COMMITTEEAUGUST 10, 20228AMHR COMMITTEEAUGUST 10, 20229:15AMPLANNING COMMITTEEAUGUST 11, 20228AMNMUCA NEWSLETTERAUGUST 2022 >Hello Members,August is here already and the kids are going back toschool. The remainder of the year is filled with NMevents and holidays and will go by fast. Take time toenjoy each day even if its to welcome challenges.August 7-13, 2022 is National Stop On Red Week. I'mhighlighting this because Albuquerque has becomenotorious for red light runners. I'm not sure thatpeople will observe the highlighted week and stoprunning red lights, but I hope it brings someawareness that you should absolutely not GO ongreen. Always delay a couple of seconds and look ineach direction for vehicles that are not going to stop attheir red light; it could save your life! Road crashes arethe leading cause of death in the U.S. for people agedfrom 1to 54.Just a few more days to secure a sponsorship for LastDitch Open. We are also selling raffle tickets again thisyear. Proceeds from our golf tournament fund ourscholarships.The NM Regional Common Ground Alliance EXPO isscheduled for October and we are focusing oncontractor issues. Sign up and attend the ONLYdamage prevention EXPO in New Mexico.I hope to see you soon; until then, Stay Safe and Sane!- Jane2022 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS RECIPIENTSBill R. Alexander Scholarship Aaron E. MadridTLC Plumbing/Rinker Shonda Griego & Mike Griego NMUCA Student Scholarship Kate S. Rocco AUI Inc. Mike Rocco Scholarship Spencer O. LaughlinABCWUA David Laughlin Scholarship Keegan S Davis RMCI Inc. Bryan Davis 33

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WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTIONNEW MEXICO2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 34VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03WICNM NEWSLETTERJULY 2022 >HELLO MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF WICNM,OUR MEMBERSHIP GOAL THIS YEAR IS TO REACH 100MEMBERS, AND WE ARE VERY CLOSE TO REACHING OURGOAL! HELP US GET THERE. DO YOU KNOW SOMEONETHAT WOULD BENEFIT FROM MEMBERSHIP? HOW ABOUTA CO-WORKER OR A PEER IN YOUR PARTICULAR LINE OFWORK IN THE INDUSTRY? WILL YOU BE OUR 100TH MEMBER? CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT WE ARE ALREADY HALF WAYTHROUGH 2022? IT FEELS LIKE THIS YEAR HAS BEEN SOBUSY; PERHAPS WE ARE ALL WORKING EXTRA HARDAFTER BEING SOMEWHAT GROUNDED DURING COVID. WESTILL HAVE THREE EVENTS LINED UP FOR 2022 INCLUDINGA MEMBERSHIP MEETING IN JULY, ANETWORKING/BOWLING EVENT IN SEPTEMBER AND OURCHRISTMAS PARTY IN NOVEMBER.WE WILL ALSO HAVE SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES TO GETINVOLVED AND GIVE BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY. OURCOMMITTEES WORK YEAR ROUND AND MEET EVERYMONTH TO ORGANIZE, PLAN AND ENSURE YOURMEMBERSHIP IS WORTH THE INVESTMENT. THANK YOUTO OUR COMMITTEE MEMBERS FOR ALL OF YOUR TIMEAND HARD WORK DEDICATED TO THIS WONDERFULORGANIZATION. SEE YOU SOON! JANE JERNIGAN, WICNM PRESIDENT“GIVE BACK”WE LOVE TO HIGHLIGHT OUR WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION IN OURNEWSLETTER. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT A STORY OF INTEREST ORSUCCESS BY YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TOWICNM WITH A PICTURE & STORY. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS DOES NOTINCLUDE SHARING EVENTS.09/22 NETWORKING11/18 CHRISTMAS PARTY2022 DATESACCEPTING DONATIONSMONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY FROM 10 AM TO 3 PMARE YOU SPRING CLEANING? ARE YOU CLEANING OUT YOURCLOSETS? CONSIDER DONATING ITEMS TO S.A.F.E. HOUSE OFALBUQUERQUE.WHILE SURVIVORS OF INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE ARE AT THESHELTER, WE PROVIDE THEM WITH ALL THE BASIC NECESSITIESTHEY NEED INCLUDING TOILETRIES, BEDDING, LINENS, ETC. WHENTHEY LEAVE THE SHELTER, WE WORK WITH THEM TO ENSURE THEYHAVE WHAT THEY NEED TO CONTINUE SAFELY ON THEIR HEALINGJOURNEY.DONATIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT THRIFTIQUE, (6001 LOMASBLVD. NE, SUITE Q), OUR THRIFT STORE. ITEMS THAT ARE NOT USEDBY OUR RESIDENTS ARE SOLD TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO HELPFUND THE SHELTER. CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF ITEMS NEEDED

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A national fast-food restaurant specializingin chicken fingers, sauces, and sesame-seeded bread is on track to build 100 newstores nationally before the end of thisyear.Launched in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in1966, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers as ofthis spring had opened nearly 620locations.Earlier this year, the company, which hadmore than $1.5 billion in revenue in 2020,said it wanted to open outlets in tenregional markets across the country.CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICORAISING CANE FAST- FOOD CHAIN BUILDING NEW LOCATIONS EVERYWHEREBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 08/02/2022Copyright: Canva ProThose new stores have been going up inCalifornia, Indiana, Nevada, and Texas,among other states.The company has additionally just announcedthat it wants to establish 5 new stores inmetro Albuquerque in the next year.Raising Cane stores are either newly built orcarved into an existing structures. Theygenerally measure around 2,500 to 3,000square feet, although some locations havebeen substantially larger.Earlier this spring, the company opened an8,500 square foot store in New York City atthe corner of W. 44th Street and Broadway.The company’s new 62,000 square footheadquarters in Plano, Texas, comprises 3stories and houses smart conference roomsand a courtyard with wood decking and botha fire and water feature.2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 35VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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A new veterans cemetery may be built innorthwest Rio Rancho, on a just under 340-acre site just to the south of U.S. Route 550and east of Northwest Loop Road. The siteis currently undeveloped and vacant.The project has been long discussed, withNew Mexico Department of VeteransAffairs officials worried that the twoexisting National Cemetery Administrationcemeteries in the state are going to run outof space in the next decade.Those two existing cemeteries are located200 Camino De Paz in Fort Bayard and 501North Guadalupe Street in Santa Fe. TheFort Bayard cemetery was established in1930, while the Santa Fe cemetery dates tothe years after the Civil War.The proposed Rio Rancho site is currentlyowned by the New Mexico State LandOffice. To acquire that site, the VeteransAffairs Department will have to bid on it ina public auction conducted by the LandOffice.If the State Land Office agrees to proceedwith the sale, a notice of public auctionwould be published at least 10 weeksbefore the actual auction is held. Accordingto reports, the bidding for the propertywould start at $2.3 million.There are currently 155 national veterans’cemeteries in 42 states and Puerto Rico.Two of those cemeteries are in Arizona, 3 inColorado, and 6 in Texas.CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICORIO RANCHO COULD SEE THE BUILDING OF A NEW VETERANS CEMETERYBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 08/02/2022Copyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 36VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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AUI is a global heavy civil constructioncompany based in Albuquerque. Operatingthroughout the Southwest from Californiato Colorado — along with Georgia andHawaii — they are also registered in stateswhere contractor licensing is not available,including Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming.AUI even operates internationally in theSouth Pacific, West Indies and China.And while they might be a truly globalcompany, AUI will have plenty to do here inNew Mexico for the foreseeable future."As a result of the latest FederalInfrastructure Bill there will be many majorinfrastructure projects happeningthroughout the state of New Mexico," saidSam Baca, chief development officer andco-owner of AUI. "Our focus will be tocapitalize on this opportunity and create astable working environment for ouremployees for years to come.”Continue reading > CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICOTOP PRIVATE COMPANIES 2022: AUI INC. A CONSTRUCTION REPORTER MEMBERBy Craig Landes, Albuquerque Business First 07/31/2022Copyright: AUI inc. With renovations already underway on oneAlbuquerque building, BlueHalo has signed alease for an additional 83,000 square feet ofspace at another location.The Arlington, Virginia-based engineeringand defense company announced on July 29that it had signed a lease at 1300 EubankBlvd. SE. The news comes roughly a monthafter it received approval for a $16 millionindustrial revenue bond and $2.5 million inLocal Economic Development Act incentivesfrom the City of Albuquerque and State ofNew Mexico. Those funds will be allocatedfor the renovation of BlueHalo's 10800Gibson Blvd. SE building, which has alreadycommenced.“As BlueHalo continues to serve a primaryrole in groundbreaking programs for ourcustomers, it is essential for us to continuegrowing our facilities in terms of physical size,number of employees and technologicalcapability,” Dan Gillings, BlueHalo sectorpresident, said in a press release. “It has beenexciting to see our expansion in New Mexicofor manufacturing continue to take shapewith the improvements at our Gibson facility,the approval of the IRB and LEDA funds andthe signing of the new lease at 1300 Eubank.”BlueHalo’s Gibson and Eubank facilities werepreviously occupied by satellite startup TheiaGroup, who had taken the space fromRaytheon...Continue reading > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 37VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03BLUEHALO SIGNS SIZABLE LEASE FOR ADDITIONAL SPACE IN SANDIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARKBy Meagan Nichols, New Mexico Inno07/29/2022

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Officials with a Fort Collins church arecontemplating a project that would see thebuilding of a small number of apartments,along with new worship space, and outdoorlabyrinth.The project would belong to the St. Paul’sEpiscopal Church, which is currentlyleasing space at the Trinity LutheranChurch located at 301 E. Stuart Street,some 2 miles to the south of downtownFort Collins.As proposed, the diverse project would bebuilt on some 5 acres at the Stuart Streetsite, according to documents filed with theCity of Fort Collins. That property is in apredominantly residential section of thecity.Those documents also suggest that theworship space could be a two-story affair,with the affordable apartments built on thesecond floor.The worship space would be used by bothSt. Paul’s as well as the Trinity Lutheranchurch.Labyrinths have become increasinglypopular church property featuresnationally. Recognized, according to thepublication Forbes, for their “positivehealth benefits,” many labyrinths have alsoseen construction on hospital and prisongrounds.CONSTRUCTION: SOUTHWESTFORT COLLINS CHURCH MAY BUILD NEW MULTI- PURPOSE FACILITIES, ALONG WITH A LABYRINTHBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 08/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 38VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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CONSTRUCTION: SOUTHWESTPLANS ANNOUNCED TO TURN HISTORIC DENVER OFFICE BUILDING INTO APARTMENT SPACEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/29/2022Copyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 39VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03An eight-story office building in downtownDenver built in 1906 may be on the verge ofbeing repurposed as an apartment complex.The 96,200 square-foot Symes Building islocated at 820 16th Street and has longprovided office space for various businessesand public agencies.Plans submitted to the city by a businessentity called Massandra Harbor GeorgeOwner, which is listed as a foreign limited-liability company, envisions the building of 96new apartments in the structure, with groundfloor retail space.The company purchased the building in late2018 for $24.5 million.One of the first steel-framed buildings inDenver, the Symes structure, designed by theNew York architectural firm of Hunt & Hunt,was perhaps most known to local residentsfor the Woolworth’s department store thatfor decades was located on its first floor.The structure additionally features a marblelobby topped by an ornate domed ceiling.Located on Denver’s popular 16th StreetPedestrian Mall, the building, now officiallycalled The George, is classified as a Class Bstructure, and is listed with the DowntownDenver Historical District.LAS VEGAS (AP) — The federal governmentis pledging $401 million in grants and loansto expand the reach and improve the speedof internet for rural residents, tribes andbusinesses in remote parts of 11 statesfrom Alaska to Arkansas.U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack toldreporters Wednesday, ahead of theThursday announcement, that farmers,store owners, schoolchildren and peopleseeking telehealth medical checkups willbenefit from the ReConnect andTelecommunications Infrastructure Loanand Loan Guarantee programs.Continue reading > FEDS: $401M WILL ADD HIGH-SPEED INTERNET TO RURAL US PLACESBy Ken Ritter, AP News07/28/2022

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An effort is underway to restore andrenovate one of the most historic churchesin El Paso.The red brick Sacred Heart Church islocated at the intersection of S. OregonStreet and E. 4th Street and was built in1923. It is part of a complex of severalstructures constructed between the 1890sand 1920s.Referenced by the El Paso Herald Post asthe “most iconic building in the SegundoBarrio,” the church, long in need ofstructural upgrades, is now the subject ofan effort designed to raise enough funds topay for that work.That effort, called “Restore Sacred HeartChurch,” is additionally seeking tax creditsand grants to make the restorationpossible.An executive committee tasked chaired byFather Rafael Garcia, pastor of the parish,and Max Grossman, an associate professorof art history at the University of Texas atEl Paso, has been formed to spearhead therestoration effort.The project is expected to see theinstallation of new air conditioning andheating systems and the upgrading ofbathrooms to make them Americans withDisabilities Act compliant.It is thought that it will cost as much as $30million to pay for the work, $500,000 ofwhich has already been raised. CONSTRUCTION: SOUTHWESTCENTURY-OLD EL PASO CHURCH MAY SEE LONG- AWAITED RESTORATIONBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/27/2022Copyright: Canva ProA group called the Partners for Sacred Places,based in Philadelphia, has put up half of that$500,000 figure. To date, that group hasprovided funding for the restoration of morethan 625 historic churches and chapels.Tax credits to the tune of $650,000 may alsobe secured for the project from the State ofTexas.2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 40VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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CONSTRUCTION: NATIONALCHIPS ACT PASSES HOUSE, SECURES $52B FOR SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRYBy Matthew Thibault & Sebastian Obando, ConstructionDive07/28/2022Copyright: Canva ProSeveral massive manufacturing-relatedconstruction projects are depending on theact in order to move forward.Following two years of congressional gridlockand two different bills, the House ofRepresentatives on Thursday passed theCHIPS Act, which doles out $52 billion tosemiconductor manufacturers looking toexpand their presences in the U.S.Continue reading > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 41VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03LENDLEASE BREAKS GROUND ON $1.15B SAN FRANCISCO TOWERBy Jennifer Goodman & Zachary Phillips ConstructionDive08/01/2022Australia-based firm Lendlease has begunconstruction on its largest investment inNorth America: a $1.15 billion, 47-storymixed-use tower in San Francisco. 30 Van Ness, located in the city’s HayesValley neighborhood, will encompass290,000 square feet of office and retailspace along with 333 condominium unitsand is designed to achieve net zeroemissions during construction andongoing operations.Dive Brief:Continue reading > Copyright: Canva Pro

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Prices for most constructionmaterials have seen significantincreases since the spring of 2020,according to a comprehensivereport just issued by theAssociated General Contractors ofAmerica.The report, 2022 ConstructionInflation Alert, notes that gypsumbuilding materials and plasticconstruction products haverecorded increases of 44% and55% respectively.Other materials, after initial 2020and 2021 increases, have in recentmonths decreased somewhat,although still higher than wherethey were when Covid-19 first hit:steel mill products are up by asignificant 124%, but that’s downfrom the 140% increased recordedlate last year.Lumber and plywood products,meanwhile, have been on aparticularly uneven ride, increasingby 120% as of early last year, thendropping to a less than 40%increase in late 2021. As of last month, lumber andplywood were up by 61% over thespring of 2020.CONSTRUCTION: TRENDSINFLATION TREND IS FOCUS OF NEW ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS REPORTBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/28/2022The report notes that besides the price of materials,supply chain issues have been endlessly challengingbuilders, beginning in early 2020 when “factories inChina and northern Italy were shut down, causingshortages of items as diverse as elevator parts, floortiles, and kitchen appliances.”As of early this year, “another round of covid-relatedrestrictions in China disrupted production andshipping from that country.”Meanwhile, says the report, a combination of Russia’sattack on Ukraine and international countermeasuresagainst Russia has resulted in a decrease in suchitems as “pig iron used in steelmaking, neon for lasersused in semiconductor manufacturing and otherapplications, and Ukrainian clay used in producingceramic tile exported to the U.S. from Italy andSpain.”The report additionally notes that contractors havebeen hit with hourly wage increases of 17.5% as ofJune, even as job openings have seen a 39% increasefrom May of last year to May of this year.Against such headwinds, the AGC reportrecommends that contractors should “provideproject owners with timely and credible third-partyinformation about changes in relevant material costsand supply-chain snarls that may impact the cost andcompletion time for a project that is underway or forwhich a bid has already been submitted.”The report additionally suggested that owners andbidders may want to consider including price-adjustment clauses in contracts, while also discussingthe “best timing for ordering materials andcomponents.”“Buying items earlier than usual can provideprotection against cost increases,” the report adds.2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 42VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03VIEW AGC NEW MEXICO'S AFFILIATE PAGE >

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NEW MEXICO ARCHITECTS,ENGINEERS, & DESIGNERSBUILTENVIRONMENTWANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE? BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBER CALL US AT (505) 243-97932022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 45VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NV5 (SOUTHWEST)CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBER4374 ALEXANDER BLVD. NE, SUITE K, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107GeotechnicalEngineering ServicesGeographic InformationSystems Learn more >Learn more >000232 Geotechnical EngineerFEATURED PROJECTS, SERVICES & VIDEOSUAV Surveying VideoLearn more >Phone:(505) 898-8848NV5 (Southwest Region) is an environmental consulting firm with a longtradition of providing a full range of environmental and geotechnicalengineering services within New Mexico and the southwest. NV5 offers ourclients a staff of professionals in a wide range of technical fields. We spec-lize in preparing all levels of environmental documentation (often pursuant to NEPA), biological and culturalresource investigations and reporting, and regulatory permitting and compliance. CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE >

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BUILTENVIRONMENTWANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE? BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBER CALL US AT (505) 243-9793NEW MEXICO SUB-CONTRACTORS2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 46VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03GLASS RITECONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBERthe manufacture and installation of our custom top of the line Energy Quest vinyl windows and customaluminum replacement windows. Glass-Rite is also a distributor of JeldWen Windows and Door’s vinyl andpremium clad wood windows and doors.Owner Bill Hoberg has built the business on the premise that if a quality product is delivered at a fair price, thebusiness will be successful over the long run. Now, over 65% of our business comes from referrals and repeatcustomers. To see area maps of satisfied customers please see our Neighborhood Maps.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 764-9899ABOUT US: Glass-Rite has been in business in Albuquerque since 1984. We specialize in 808 Gibson SE, Albuquerque, NM 87102085000 WindowsGLASS RITE BLOG: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED: WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN BUYING GLASS-RITEWINDOWSWhat kind of windows do I want?Windows are no longer just a piece of glass with a wood frame. It’s 2020, we’ve made huge technologicaladvances since the 1920’s. Whether you’re looking to replace your windows for aesthetic reasons or to savemoney on your energy bills, Glass-Rite can point you in the directions of the type of window best suited foryour needs. From vinyl, aluminum or wood frames, to slider, single-hung, or picture windows, our WindowExperts are here to help guide you in choosing the type of window that makes the most sense for your home! How does the installation process work?There are as many types of installations as there are types of windows. Luckily, Glass-Rite is a manufacturerand an installer–allowing you to cut out the middleman. Our process begins with a free, in-home, no-pressuremeeting with our Window Experts to provide you with a detailed and accurate quote. After the type and size ofwindows have been confirmed, we take it from there. Your custom windows will be manufactured locally, thendelivered and installed within a few weeks. Continue reading >

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BUILTENVIRONMENTWANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE? BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBER CALL US AT (505) 243-9793NEW MEXICO GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 47VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03ALL-RITE CONSTRUCTIONCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBERAll-Rite Construction Inc. is a full service general contractor headquartered in Albuquerque, NM. We haveserved the Southwestern United States for more than 25 years. We have serviced many Federal Agencies aswell as our commercial and prime contractor clientele in numerous different capacities. As for ourgovernmental clientele, we have performed cost plus, fixed price, lump sum, not to exceed and best valuedesign and construction contracts for many governmental agencies and sub agencies.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 344-7663539 Oliver Ross Dr NW, Albuquerque, NM 87121000310 General ContractorFEATURED PROJECTSNational Park ServiceProjectsUNM Projects State of New MexicoLearn more >Learn more >Learn more >

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BUILTENVIRONMENT2022-3C09: MESCALERO INDIAN HOSPITAL EXPANSION & RENOVATIONThe project is for the renovation/expansion of the existing...Learn more > 2022-558C: CARLSBAD HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMING ARTS THEATER ADDITIONThe Carlsbad High School Performing Arts Theatre Building...Learn more > 2022-551C: JETPORT EAST TAXILANE-T-HANGAR INFRASTRUCTUREConstruction of taxilanes, mass grading...Learn more > FEATURED PROJECTSPROVIDED BY CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. GET THE BEST PLAN FOR YOUR CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS & START THAT NEXT PROJECT! C LICK HERE TO TRY OUR PLANROOM SERVICES FREE FOR 3 DAYS48VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PROJECT OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALTotal Planroom Visitors: 1,150 + The project is for the renovation/expansion of the existing pharmacy atthe Mescalero Indian Hospital. The existing laboratory, pharmacy,outpatient exam rooms and waiting area will be renovated andadditional space will be expanded according to project specifications andconstruction drawings...Project Red Notes:Per Amendment 7 BID DATE EXTENDED TO 09/08/2022 @ 1:00 PM Per Amendment 6: BID DATE EXTENDED TO 08/08/2022 @ 1:00 PM Per Amendment 5: BID DATE EXTENDED TO 07/11/2022 @ 1:00 PM MEMO 1 ASBESTOS SURVEY is available to view/download(posted6.9.22) BIDDERS LIST UPDATED 6.9.2022Amendment 4 is available to view/download(posted 6.9.22) Amendment 3 is available to view/download(posted 6.9.22) Amendment 2 is available to view/download(posted 6.9.22) Amendment 1 is available to view/download(posted 5.24.22 )SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Jenny Scroggins jenny.scroggins@ihs.govOR Shaukat Syed Shaukat.Syed@ihs.govDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 5.27.2022SUBMIT BIDS TO: Shaukat Syed shaukat.syed@ihs.govMESCALERO INDIAN HOSPITAL EXPANSION & RENOVATIONScope: PUBLICFEATUREDPROJECT2022-3C09 >OWNER: Indian Health ServicesKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 1301 Young Street Suite 1071Dallas TX 752020Phone Number:(214) 789-8164Bid Date/Time: 9/8/2022 - 01:00pm MSTAddenda Count: 7Memo Count: 1Estimated Cost: $10,000,000Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:Bid Date ExtensionProject Type: Additions / Renovations / UpgradeBid Security: Bonds may be required.Plans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewARCHITECT: Indigenous Design StudioAddress: 8008 Pensylvania Circle NEAlbuquerque NM 87110Phone Number:(505) 226-2565Pre-Proposal Conference05/25/2022 - 11:00 AM318 Abalone LoopMescalero NM 88340.2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 49VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PROJECT OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALTotal Planroom Visitors: 84 + Specifications: 1 FileBlueprints: 0 FilesThe Carlsbad High School Performing Arts Theatre Building is toundergo a 75,121 SF addition to the existing 17,993 SF Carlsbad HighSchool Performing Arts Theatre Building. Project Red Notes:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Crystal Hernandez Crystal.Hernandez@carlsbadschools.net OR Brad Nesser brad@npsr.proDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 08.25.2022SUBMIT BIDS TO: https://vrapp.vendorregistry.com/Bids/View/Bid/95887c35-1311-45dc-9d28-34aa78c661dc?isBuyerAction=FalseCARLSBAD HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMING ARTS THEATER ADDITIONScope: PUBLICDOCUMENTSAddenda: 0 FilesFEATUREDPROJECT2022-558C >OWNER: Carlsbad Municipal SchoolsKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 408 N. CanyonCarlsbad NM 88220Phone Number:(575) 234-3300Bid Date/Time: 9/8/2022 - 02:00pm MSTAddenda Count: 0Estimated Cost: $22,000,000Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: Additions / Renovations / UpgradeCategory: EducationPublic Funding: YesBid Security: ArchitectPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewARCHITECT: NPSR Architects Inc Address: 606 W Pierce StCarlsbad NM 88220-5526Phone Number:(575) 885-47752022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 50VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PROJECT OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALTotal Planroom Visitors: 57 + Specifications: 1 FileBlueprints: 35 FilesConstruction of taxilanes, mass grading for future aircraft hangars anddrainage, and utility infrastructure for future aircraft hangars.Project Red Notes:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: Elaine Pickering epickering@bhinc.comDEADLINE TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS: 8.05.2022 SUBMIT BIDS TO: Don BullardPurchasing Manager845 N Motel BlvdLas Cruces, New Mexico, 88007575-525-5927JETPORT EAST TAXILANE-T- HANGAR INFRASTRUCTUREScope: PUBLICDOCUMENTSAddenda: 0 FilesFEATUREDPROJECT2022-551C >OWNER: Dona Ana CountyKEY INFORMATIONAddress: 845 N. Motel Blvd Rm 2-130Las Cruces NM 88007-2898Phone Number:(575) 525-5929Bid Date/Time: 8/16/2022 - 02:00pm MSTAddenda Count: 0Estimated Cost: $2,250,000Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: Site Work / Non- BuildingCategory: Airports / Transportation / RailPublic Funding: YesPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign up for our plan room to viewENGINEER: Bohannan Huston, Inc Address: 7500 Jefferson NE Courtyard IAlbuquerque NM 87109Phone Number:(505) 823-1000Pre-Proposal Conference08/04/2022 - 11:00 AMJetport Manager’s Office8014 Airport RdSanta Teresa, NM 880082022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 51VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER FEATURED PROJECTSARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, & DESIGN Architectural design services for Phase 2 of Explora’s Cradle through Career STEAM Learning Campusexpansion project: Brillante Early Learning Center. This plan calls for a new stand-alone buildingapproximately 20,000 square feet with 10-15 early childhood classrooms...CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS 2022-5589 ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTANTS - BRILLANTE EXPLORA EARLY LEARNING CENTEROWNER: City of Albuquerque BUILTENVIRONMENTEngineering/Consulting Services for San Juan County Coal Fired Electricity Generating Facility Demolition...CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS 2022-549E ENGINEERING/CONSULTING SERVICES FOR SAN JUAN COUNTY COAL FIRED ELECTRICITY GENERATING FACILITY DEMOLITION & REMEDIATIONOWNER: San Juan County San Juan County is soliciting an Offeror to provide architectural services to include schematic design,design development, bidding, construction administration, and closeout for renovation of an existing42,000 sq. ft. building and other ancillary buildings at the San Juan County Industrial Park...CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS 2022-542B ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES – SAN JUAN COUNTY INDUSTRIAL PARK RENOVATIONSOWNER: San Juan CountyThe LRGPWWA East Mesa Water System Improvements Project is a 3-phase project with planningdocuments prepared by Vencor Engineering, Phase I design completed by D.B. Stephens & Associates...CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS 2022-5144 ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR E. MESA WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS PHASE I CONSTRUCTIONOWNER: Lower Rio Grande MDWA2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 52VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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2022-5627: LAS CRUCES HIGH- RISE RENOVATION >SCOPE: The tallest building in Las Cruces has been purchased for just under $9 million.Project Information:Phase: PreBidStage: Conceptual / No DesignStatus: New Project / EditorialProject Type: Additions / Renovations / UpgradeCategory: Office SpacePublic Funding: YesPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONCopyright: Neomexicanus lc, English Wikipedia, Wikimedia CommonsBUILTENVIRONMENTThe tallest building in Las Cruces has beenpurchased for just under $9 million.Located at 506 Main Street, what isofficially known as the Las Cruces Toweris a 10-story modernistic structurecompleted in 1966 that has long served asan office building for several companiesand businesses.The company Electronic Caregiver, whichhas used the upper floors of the buildingfor its headquarters since 2017,purchased the structure from the loancompany Coronado Finance.Electronic Caregiver specializes inadvance remote patient monitoring andtele-health, among other services.The Main Street building encompassesnearly 90,000 square feet and is classifiedas a Class B building. According to the LasCruces Sun News, plans are underway torenovate the building’s spacious first floorlobby and upgrades its bathrooms.It is also expected that a health center willbe built in the building’s basement.The structure was originally opened as theFirst National Bank Tower and hasretained its status as the city’s tallestbuilding ever since. The next talleststructure is the 7-story Hotel Encanto deLas Cruces at 705 S. Telshor Boulevard,which went up in 1986.LAS CRUCES HIGH-RISE TO SEE RENOVATION UNDER NEW OWNERBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/28/20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 53VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NEW MEXICOACTIVE PROJECTSADDITIONS / RENOVATIONS / UPGRADESITE WORK / NON-BUILDINGVENDOR / PROFESSIONAL SERVICESBUILTENVIRONMENTEST. COST: $14,670,106EST. COST: $11,507,194EST. COST: $2,000,000Menicucci Insurance specializes in creating custom insurance solutions for you and your unique business.From plans that cover excess liability insurance to construction equipment, our insurance policies offer awide range of coverage. We are here to protect your interests. We also understand that your needs evolve over time, so we’re always looking out for more opportunities toimprove our risk management strategies. Our expert agents have built Menicucci Insurance's reputation onintegrity and dependability. From small crews to large contractors, we will be by your side.CONTACT US2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 55VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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ACTIVE2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 56VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGGeneral Contractor for Sininger HallPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALSCOPE OF WORK: Complete Renovationof Sininger Hall which houses the Schoolof Business and includes offices andclassrooms.Floor plans will be redone,ADA and fire codes, will be updated, newwindows, replace all mechanical,electrical, sewer and water pipes, new vrfsystem, new stucco and gutters andelevator upgrade.2022-4E4308/17/202203:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESS$4,000,000CLICK HERE RECOMMENDED07/26/202210:00 AM MSTADDITIONS / RENOVATIONS / UPGRADEESTIMATED PROJECT VALUE: $4 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDDKD 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 >

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ACTIVE2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 57VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGRE-BID Fairacres Elementary School...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALAir Moving EquipmentEnoch Mechanical IncDesign Balance Inc Albuquerque WinnelsonFarmington Heating & MetalCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER230000 HEATING,VENTILATION & A/C MEMBERS Ph: 505-647-3303 Ph: 505-344-7979 Ph: 505-298-6910 Ph: 505-884-1553 Ph: 505-325-4505 VIEW MORE > SCOPE OF WORK: Construction willconsist of adding a new multipurposeroom and perform renovations.Renovations include but not limited torenovation of existing cafeteria intoclassrooms, replacement of electricalpanel in electrical room #136, and full firealarm replacement2022-4D5F08/10/202202:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESS$10,670,106CLICK HERE MANDATORY07/13/202202:00 PM MSTADDITIONS / RENOVATIONS / UPGRADEESTIMATED PROJECT VALUE: $10.67 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATEGORY LEGEND

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SITE WORK / NON-BUILDINGESTIMATED PROJECT VALUE: $8 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGSierra Blanca Regional Airport Reconstruct...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALDKD Electric LLC APIC Solutions IncBixby Electric IncCED (ABQ)Centauri SalesCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER260000 ELECTRICAL MEMBERS Ph: 505-922-1196 Ph: 505-345-1381 Ph: 505-842-5384 Ph: 505-872-4111 Ph: 505-823-9816 VIEW MORE > 2022-558208/15/202201:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Reconstruct the runway and taxiwayincluding earthwork, paving, marking,lighting system$8,000,000CLICK HERE RECOMMENDED08/04/202201:00 PM MSTNEW PROJECTACTIVE2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 58VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03LEARN MORE >South Central WWTP Improvements Phase 3Estimated Cost: $2,040,600SCOPE OF WORK: The project consists of improvements to the treatment plant effluent outfall, including installation of a new UV disinfection system with a new metal fabricated platform and shade...LEARN MORE >Alamogordo ADA Compliant Sidewalk ImprovementsEstimated Cost: $1,466,594SCOPE OF WORK: Construct sidewalks, gutters, curbs, ADA compliant ramps, and driveways in a low to moderate income neighborhood to improve quality of life for residents.

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGCity Wide On- Call Engineering ServicesPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN ROOM: CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALDeming Excavating Inc E2RC LLCCED-Consolidated Electrical Distributors Inspections Plus, LLC Inspections Plus, LLC CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER310000 EARTHWORK MEMBERSPh: : (575) 546-7122 Ph: (505) 867-4040 Ph: (575) 523-5649 Ph: (505) 344-9410 Ph: (505) 344-9410 VIEW MORE > 2022-558A08/31/202203:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: The scope of work mayinclude miscellaneous transportationengineering and storm drainage designand consultation on a variety of projectsthroughout the city. This includes but isnot limited to; studies and reports,planning, conceptual drawings,engineering design, NMDOT certificationprocess, accounts payable assistance, andNMDOT reimbursements. Work may alsoinclude surveying, testing, publicmeetings, street/ landscape design, trafficengineering, hydrology projects, completestreets design, bicycle facility design,construction management, preparationof plans, specifications, estimates...$2,000,000VENDOR / PROFESSIONAL SERVICESESTIMATED PROJECT VALUE: $2 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTCLICK HERE PROJECT CATEGORY LEGENDNEW PROJECTACTIVE2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 59VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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The Project includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following Work: Bid Lot #1 6. The work includes 2" PVC water mains, 6" & 8 C900 water main, minor appurtenances, gate valves, combination air valves, fire hydrants, a pressure reducing valve vault, a master meter vault, water service meters, service lines, and other miscellaneous improvements...LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $2,500,000Project includes earth removal, building three concrete box culverts, construction of concrete channels, storm drain pipe installation, realignment of pedestrian path, grading, and seeding.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $6,400,000Asphalt, base course, earthwork, pavement markings, runway edge lighting, conduit, cable and lights.LEARN MORE > ESTIMATED COST: $3,000,000NEW MEXICOPOST-BID PROJECTS ESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $11.9 MILLIONBUILTENVIRONMENT2022-45C6: COTTONWOOD RURAL WATER...2022-4EE2: NORTH DOMINGO BACA DAM...2022-50AC: CAVERN CITY AIR TERMINAL...2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 60VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORYCottonwood Rural Water Association 2020 Water...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2022-45C607/14/202202:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: The Project includes,but is not necessarily limited to, thefollowing Work: Bid Lot #1 6. The workincludes 2" PVC water mains, 6" & 8 C900water main, minor appurtenances, gatevalves, combination air valves, firehydrants, a pressure reducing valve vault,a master meter vault, water servicemeters, service lines, and othermiscellaneous improvements. The workalso includes a tank mixer, associatedelectrical improvements, and connectionto the existing SCADA system at the FireHouse tank site.$2,500,000CLICK HERE Sewer / Waterlines / SiteworkContract Awards: 1 Low $3,473,030.00 J & H Services Inc2 Low $,983,813.00 DUB-L-EE LLC3 Low $3,985,683.00 File ConstructionPROJECTOWNERPROJECTARCHITECTCottonwood Rural Water Association(575) 746-9597260 N. 13th StArtesia NM 88211Stantec(575) 524-20073831 E Lohman Ave Ste 200Las Cruces NM 88011POST-BIDBID RESULTS/AWARDSESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $2.5 MILLIONPROJECT TYPE LEGENDDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter Member2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 61VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORYNorth Domingo Baca Dam Improvements ProjectPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2022-4EE207/26/202210:00 AM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Project includes earthremoval, building three concrete boxculverts, construction of concretechannels, storm drain pipe installation,realignment of pedestrian path, grading,and seeding.$6,400,000CLICK HERE Water Storage / Tanks / DamsContract Awards: 1 Low $5,797,885.00 Compass Engineering & Construction2 Low $6,871,345.00 Vital Consulting Group3 Low $7,041,191.00 Pate Construction Co IncPROJECTOWNERPROJECTENGINEERAMAFCA(505) 884-22152600 Prospect NEAlbuquerque NM 87107Wilson & Company(505) 348-40004401 Masthead Street NE, Ste 150Albuquerque NM 87109POST-BIDBID RESULTS/AWARDSESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $6.4 MILLION PROJECT TYPE LEGENDDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter Member2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 62VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPROJECTCATEGORYCavern City Air Terminal Runway 14R- 32L...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2022-50AC00/00/000000:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Asphalt, base course,earthwork, pavement markings, runwayedge lighting, conduit, cable and lights.$3,000,000CLICK HERE Airports / Transportation / RailContract Awards: 1 Low $4,100,000.00 Constructors Inc2 Low $5,600,000.00 J & H Services IncPROJECTOWNERPROJECTENGINEERCity of Carlsbad575) 234-7905101 N. HalaguenoCarlsbad NM 88220Molzen-Corbin & Associates(505) 242-57002701 Miles Rd SEAlbuquerque NM 87106POST-BIDBID RESULTS/AWARDSESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $3 MILLIONPROJECT TYPE LEGENDDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingMaterial / Equip / Service / InstallVendor / Professional ServicesConstruction Reporter Member2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 63VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NEW MEXICOWAGE DETERMINATIONSJULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 64VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03BERNALILLO COUNTYEDDY COUNTYGRANT COUNTYCOLFAX COUNTYCHAVEZ COUNTYSAN MIGUEL COUNTYTAOS COUNTYSOCORRO COUNTYSANDOVAL COUNTYLEA COUNTYMCKINLEY COUNTYQUAY COUNTYLUNA COUNTYLINCOLN COUNTYSAN JUAN COUNTYROOSEVELT COUNTY

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgency ContactRequestedDateWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedChavez CountyEddy CountyContractingAgencyHubble House ReroofStorage Facility ImprovementsWAGE DETERMINATIONSJULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022UNM Zimmerman Library Ventilation ModificationsAndre NunezUniversity of New Mexico07/29/2022Gate replacementDavid UriosteCity of Albuquerque 07/28/2022Wage DecisionStatusBernalillo County07/28/2022AIS Cell Phone LotBriggs HartwellCity of Albuquerque07/27/2022Raw Water Intake Screen System ImprovementsAlbuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority07/27/2022New UPS in Novitski HallChau LuuUniversity of New Mexico07/26/2022Work Order 802901Perry HampelCity of Albuquerque07/26/2022Work Order 802510Perry HampelCity of Albuquerque07/26/2022AUI Emergency Bridge RepairNMDOT07/25/2022Vincent BarreraDepartment of Cultural Affairs07/25/2022Matt ZamoraJon ErtsgaardWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedRicky MattesonBE-22-1908-HBE-22-1902-BBE-22-1886-BBE-22-1911-ABE-22-1914-BBE-22-1924-ABE-22-1892-ABE-22-1882-HBE-22-1891-ABE-22-1925-BBernalillo CountyColfax CountyGrant CountyMcKinley CountyLea County Lincoln County Quay CountyLuna County Otero CountyRio Arriba CountyRoosevelt County San Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos County2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 65VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgency ContactRequestedDateUS 180 Hot In Place Recycle and Overlay, MP 67 to 87Wage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedContractingAgencyMaxwell - Tenaja Avenue ImprovementsSlurry-Seal all asphalt and restripe on campusWAGE DETERMINATIONSJULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022Recreation Center GeneratorLouis NajarCity of Roswell07/26/20222022-4037 230079 Two Bears/Dexter MSJeannie HarrisDexter Consolidated Schools07/25/2022Wage DecisionStatusVillage of Maxwell07/29/2022ECDC Alpha Unit RTU ReplacementBrian StephensCounty of Eddy07/28/2022 2022-3542 22206812 Carlsbad-IPR Carlston RanchCity of Carlsbad07/27/2022PRL Gym Floor ReplacementTammy HealeyCarlsbad Municipal Schools07/26/2022Warehouse New Freezer ProjectTammy HealeyCarlsbad Municipal Schools07/26/2022Rocking R Red RoadRebecca TorrezCounty of Eddy07/26/2022NMDOT07/25/2022Josh MorganNew Mexico Junior College07/27/2022Karen GatesMatt FletcherWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedMay ShellyED-22-1904-AED-22-1895-BLE-22-1907-AED-22-1920-BCO-22-1926-ACH-22-1874-BED-22-1893-BGR-22-1877-AED-22-1889-ACH-22-1913-B2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 66VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactWater Treatment and Softener Replacement 2321172022 Chipseal TreatmentWAGE DETERMINATIONSJULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022Fire Alarm and Mass Notification UpgradeRequestedDateJoeMike GomezNew Mexico Junior College07/27/2022Tydings auditorium install new roll up door opening in wall. 9132300118 CES/MCRoberta SmithCounty of Eddy 07/26/2022Wage DecisionStatusLea County07/25/2022NM48, MP 3-9.3, 2 1/2"MILL WITH 2 1/2" OVERLAYIRMA RAMIREZNMDOT07/28/2022NM 549 Full Depth Reclamation, MP 0.00 to MP 15NMDOT07/25/2022McKinley County Courthouse Complex GeneratorHugo CanoMcKinley County07/27/2022Tucumcari Ballfield ComplexVeronica HernandezTucumcari Public Schools07/26/2022Roadway StripingCarla WeemsCity of Portales07/25/2022South Hutton Renovation – Shower & Locker RoomsSan Juan College07/28/2022Kelli SandovalCity of Farmington07/28/2022Kathy McLaughlinMay ShellyWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedTodd BishopLU-22-1876-AMC-22-1910-BSJ-22-1917-ALI-22-1919-ALE-22-1880-BLE-22-1888-BQU-22-1887-BSJ-22-1921-BRO-22-1875-ALE-22-1883-B2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 67VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactCamino De Las Escuelas Roadway Improvements- MF- Hays Plumbing- 230180Taos 'B' Wing Renovations 2023- 1170 BHWAGE DETERMINATIONSJULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022Bridge #9364 - Deck ReplacementRequestedDateEmily StoutNM Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department07/28/2022Chapelle MDWCA Water System ImprovementsDavid SalazarChapelle MDWCA 07/26/2022Wage DecisionStatusCity of Las Vegas07/25/2022WLVS HVAC UpgradesDinah MaynesWest Las Vegas Schools07/25/2022Mindoro Drive ImprovementsCity of Rio Rancho07/27/2022Enchanted Hills Boulevard Sanitary Sewer Line RepairAngie GallegosCity of Rio Rancho07/27/2022Re-Drill Well 9RYvette GriegoCity of Rio Rancho07/27/2022Ranchos De Placitas Sanitation District Well #2 ReplacementSam WassonRanchos De Placitas Sanitation District07/26/2022I-25 Guardrail Replacement Phase 2NMDOT07/26/2022Robert ValenciaTaos Municipal Schools07/25/2022Maria GilvarryAngie GallegosWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedMay ShellySA-22-1909-ASA-22-1923-ATA-22-1881-BSM-22-1878-BSM-22-1879-ASM-22-1901-ASA-22-1906-HSO-22-1884-ASA-22-1903-B/HSM-22-1918-A2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 68VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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LARGE CHUNK BOUGHTVETERANS AFFAIRS CLINIC UP FOR SALE FEATUREDPROPERTYElectronic Chemicals Producer Buys Large Chunk of Land in South Central Arizona >Department Store Converted into Veterans Affairs Clinic Up for Sale in Hobbs > Albuquerque Building Housing Popular Radio Station is Up for Sale >NEW MEXICO REAL ESTATETH E B UI L T EN V IR ON M EN T M AG A ZI NEMILLENNIAL GENERATION REPORT REVEALS DEBT PRESSURES; LIMITED HOME-BUYING POTENTIAL

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BUILTENVIRONMENTREAL ESTATE SECTIONHOME PAGEAFFILIATESFEATURED PROPERTIESFEATURED LANDPROPERTIES FOR SALELAND FOR SALEREAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Department Store Converted into Veterans Affairs Clinic Up for Sale in Hobbs > Malouf on the Plaza expands to Camera Shop space > Town says it won’t condemn Outward Link property > Top Private Companies 2022: NAI SunVista > Local organization demands Albuquerque city leaders freeze rent > NEW MEXICOElectronic Chemicals Producer Buys Large Chunk of Land in South Central Arizona > West Valley city highlights new development opportunities in historic downtown > Three Downtown Boulder Properties in Combination Listing >SOUTHWESTREAL ESTATE NEWSREAL ESTATE COMPANIES2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 72VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Millennial Generation Report Reveals Debt Pressures; Limited Home-Buying Potential > Fifth Wall closes half-billion- dollar climate fund to decarbonize global real estate >NATIONAL

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 74VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03THURSDAY AUGUST 25TH4:00 PM - 8:00 PM - MEMBER MEETING & NETWORKING - CLICK HERERESILIENT AMIDST VOLATILITYWe’re just coming off the extreme marketdislocation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, andnow find ourselves in an uncertainmacroeconomic and high inflationaryenvironment. This has prompted institutionalinvestors, high net-worth investors, and familyoffices alike to reevaluate their portfolios andreassess their market risk. Many investors arenow focused on bringing stability to their portfoliorather than chasing aggressive growth, whichtends to come with more risk.Investment in real estate can bring increasedstability to a portfolio in a volatile macro-environment. In fact, when it comes to risk-adjusted returns, real estate outperforms the S&P500. The case becomes even stronger when youevaluate how real estate performs in pastrecessions compared to the stock market—whenreal estate values fluctuate negatively, theydecrease 43% less than the S&P 500.However, real estate is nuanced, and not all assetclasses are created equal. For example, assetclasses that operate on shorter-term leases—likeself storage and multifamily—can be especiallyattractive in the current environment because oftheir ability to serve as a hedge against inflation.Self storage leases are often month-to-monthand multifamily average one year, whereas retail,office, and industrial leases generally rangeanywhere from three to 10 years...Continue reading >SIOR EVENT CALENDAR2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 76VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03CARNM EVENT CALENDARAUGUST2022DESPITE HEADWINDS INDUSTRIAL DEMAND REMAINS STRONGEVEN WITH A SLOWING ECONOMY, CERTAIN FACTORSSTILL DRIVE THIS MARKET SEGMENT.A new report from Savills on the US industrial market forthe second quarter of 2022 says that demand is stillstrong, but that has a lot to do with the market and somequirks about the general economic environment. It’sanother puzzle piece that fits in with observations fromother sources.As Savills notes, there are major macroeconomicconcerns. The country may be headed into a recession.GDP growth is down, and inflation is high, with a tightlabor market and ongoing supply chain issuescontributing. The Federal Reserve has been boosting itsbenchmark interest rate and that, as it was supposed to,has pushed up other interest rates as a result. Higherinterest means a foot on the economic brake pedal frommore expensive financing.Commercial real estate has already felt the impact andlikely will even more if the Fed, as expected, addsanother 75 basis points to its rates on Wednesday.Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProWEDNESDAY AUGUST 17TH8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: LIN MARKETING MEETING - CLICK HERETHURSDAY AUGUST 25TH8:00 AM - 12:00 PM: 2022 NMREC CORE COURSE – VIRTUAL - CLICK HERE

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 77VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NAIOP EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2022RECONCILIATION REDUX AND CARRIED INTERESTA few weeks ago, Democratic hopes for a big billthat would enact President Biden’s climate changeagenda, among other things, seemed all but dead.West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin (WV-D) hadpublicly announced that recent inflation figureswould prevent him from voting for anything but avery slimmed down version of a budgetreconciliation bill. Media reports describing it as a“crushing blow” were numerous. Even the WhiteHouse seemed to acknowledge as much, sayingBiden would support a bill extending health caresubsidies and providing that Medicare couldnegotiate prescription drug prices.But to paraphrase the old saying, reports of thereconciliation bill’s death had been greatlyexaggerated. After months of on-and-offnegotiations, and with little more than a weekbefore the Senate was scheduled to leave for anAugust recess, Senate Majority Leader CharlesSchumer (D-NY) and Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV)announced an agreement on a $740 billion budgetreconciliation bill, surprising Democrats andRepublicans alike.Continue reading >Copyright: Canva ProTHURSDAY AUGUST 4TH7:30 AM - 9:30 AM: AUGUST 4TH BIOLOGY AND ECONOMIC ECOLOGY - CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 9TH8:30 AM - 10:00 AM: AUGUST 9 - MEMBER'S ONLY - SOUTHWEST MESA TOUR - CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 11TH10:00 AM - 3:30 PM: AUGUST 11 - THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE- CLICK HERE

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 78VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03SBA EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2022READOUT: ADMINISTRATOR GUZMAN JOINS U.S. SENATOR CORNYN TO HIGHLIGHT ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE SHUTTERED VENUE OPERATORS GRANT AND OTHER SBA RELIEF PROGRAMS ON HOUSTON-AREA ECONOMYWASHINGTON, DC– On July 29, Administrator IsabellaCasillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small BusinessAdministration (SBA) and the voice for America's 33 millionsmall businesses in President Biden's Cabinet, met withbusiness owners and community leaders in Houston, Texas,witnessing pandemic economic recovery thanks to SBA andcongressional economic aid programs offered under theBiden-Harris Administration.While in Houston, the SBA Administrator joined U.S. SenatorJohn Cornyn to visit the Heights Theater, which benefittedfrom the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant. The grantprogram was established by Sen. Cornyn’s Save Our StagesAct. Since 2021, more than 700 grants have been awardedacross the state, including 106 grants to Houston-areavenues totaling $163 million.“The economic consequences of the virus are still with usbut what's been so encouraging is the leadership ofAdministrator Guzman, and the good people at the SmallBusiness Administration,” said Sen. John Cornyn...Continue reading >MONDAY AUGUST 8TH1:00 PM - 3:30 PM: - 08.08.22 UNDERSTANDING REQUESTS FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) - CLICK HERECopyright: Canva ProMONDAY AUGUST 8TH2:00 PM - 3:00 PM: - SEO STRATEGIES MADE SIMPLE FOR ENTREPRENEURS - CLICK HERE

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS: NEW MEXICOA large one-story retail space in Hobbsthat currently serves as an outpatientclinic for the U.S. Veterans AffairsAdministration is being listed for sale forjust over $4.7 million.The structure, measuring nearly 28,300square feet, is located at 1301 N. TurnerStreet, several blocks from the BroadmoorShopping Center and Mall.Built in 1974, the building was formerly anoutlet for the Bealls department storechain, which filed for bankruptcy in 2020.The space underwent a $3 millionrenovation last year, before being openedin November as the new VA CommunityBased Outpatient Clinic. A portion of thelarger structure houses a Buddy’s HomeFurnishings outlet.Categorized as a Class B building, thestructure sits on a large 2.4-acre siteoffering up to 64 parking spaces.The property is being listed with theDallas-based Colliers realtors.DEPARTMENT STORE CONVERTED INTO VETERANS AFFAIRS CLINIC UP FOR SALE IN HOBBSBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 08/01/2022The plan all along was for Malouf on the Plazato occupy the historic Packard’s and historicCamera Shop spaces.Scott and Karen Malouf opened their store in2013 in 3,500 square feet in two storefrontswhere Packard’s had operated since 1944.Continue reading > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 79VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Colliers, LoopNetMALOUF ON THE PLAZA EXPANDS TO CAMERA SHOP SPACEBy Teya Vitu, Santa Fe New Mexican 07/27/2022The Town of Taos has backed off of theformer administration's promise to condemna piece of land two property ownerspurchased in an effort to block access toOutward Link Trail, which stretches from theTown of Taos via the Youth & Family Centerto the Carson National Forest. Meanwhile,members of Enchanted Circle TrailsAssociation recently hired an attorney tocontinue to pressure property owners Loreand Elizabeth Bamberg to abandon theirefforts to close the trail for good.The trails association maintains the easementis completely legal and can be found onlinevia title searches for neighboring properties.“If [the easement] is not filed, why is itshowing up on plats, deeds and titleinsurance documents? That's a disconnect,”said Carl Colonius...Continue reading > TOWN SAYS IT WON’T CONDEMN OUTWARD LINK PROPERTYBy Will Hooper, Taos News07/27/2022

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS: NEW MEXICONAI SunVista has a large presence in NewMexico commercial real estate. Buying orselling, property management, landscaping,construction and receivership — NAIhandles it all. If you’ve seen the “got space?”signs on commercial properties in theMiddle Rio Grande Valley, you’re familiarwith NAI SunVista.With over 25 commercial real estateagents/brokers and a staff of more than 50who manage property portfolios, handletransactions and generally run thebusiness, NAI’s success comes down to itsteam.“Our success is highly attributable to theindependent drive and mindset of theindividuals we work with and for," saidDebbie Harms, CEO of NAI SunVista.“Investing in commercial real estate is not ashort-term activity. It requires skill,knowledge and perseverance. Our clientsand customers have these attributes, andour brokers enhance those qualities withadded depth and breadth of knowledge andexperience.”Continue reading >TOP PRIVATE COMPANIES 2022: NAI SUNVISTABy Craig Landes, Albuquerque Business First 08/01/20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 80VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NAI SUNVISTA FEATURED REAL ESTATE COMPANY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT MAGAZINE > ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – There’sbeen a big spike in the price of rent since lastyear. A local organization says the increase isforcing New Mexicans out on the street. Nowthey’re trying to stop rent from going up evenmore.The Peoples Housing Project, who alsocampaigned against a $50 million bond, thatwould help fund a stadium for New MexicoUnited… is going to appear at tomorrowevening’s city council meeting to demandrent control.Continue reading > LOCAL ORGANIZATION DEMANDS ALBUQUERQUE CITY LEADERS FREEZE RENTBy Marilyn Upchurch, KRQE08/02/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS: SOUTHWESTA Taiwan-based company specializing in thesupply of high purity electronic chemicals hasclosed on the purchase of more than 50 acresin Casa Grande, Arizona for the purpose ofbuilding a new processing facility.The company, Kanto-PPC, is a chemicalsupplier for companies in both Asia andEurope, as well as the Taiwan SemiconductorCompany, which is in the process of building amulti-billion facility in metro Phoenix.The Taoyuan, Taiwan-based Kanto-PPCpurchased the land at the vacant southeastcorner of Arizona State Route 84 and BurrisRoad. The deal entailed the purchase of twodifferent parcels, one measuring just over 26acres, and the other at 24 acres, for acombined price of $3.6 million.The electronic chemicals that Kanto-PPCproduces are used in the processes of bothoptoelectronics and semiconductorindustries.The Taiwan Semiconductor ManufacturingCompany announced plans to build a massivenew facility on a 3,700-acre site to the northof Phoenix in the fall of 2020. Work on thatfacility is currently underway.Last summer the Taiwan-USA IndustrialCooperation Promotion Office and theGreater Phoenix Economic Council signed aMemorandum of Understanding designed tofoster closer business relations betweenTaiwan and southern Arizona.ELECTRONIC CHEMICALS PRODUCER BUYS LARGE CHUNK OF LAND IN SOUTH CENTRAL ARIZONABy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/27/2022The fast-growing city west of Phoenixapproved a plan last year to revamp threeof its historic districts. Now, along withsome private property owners, themunicipality is advertising several infillparcels that could turn into new retail,restaurants or office space.Continue reading >2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 81VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03WEST VALLEY CITY HIGHLIGHTS NEW DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWNBy Audrey Jensen, Phoenix Business Journal 07/29/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS: SOUTHWESTTwo unique front retail spaces and a back-office building are being sold all as part of onepackage in the East Pearl neighborhood ofdowntown Boulder.The two retail properties are located at 1833and 1837 Pearl Street, on a block populatedwith one and two-story commercial structures.The property at 1833 measures just under1,500 square feet is currently the home of aflower store called Fiori Flowers, and featuresexposed brick walls, a high ceiling, and floor toceiling windows.The 1837 property is just under 2,500 squarefeet and is the current home to the Mateorestaurant, also with an exposed brick wall,semi-circular bar, and covered outdoor patio.The back property, to the rear of the 1833Pearl property, is a Class C space measuringaround 880 square feet.Both Pearl properties, built in the early 1950s,have housed a variety of businesses and retailoperations through the decades.Listing agency for the three properties is theDean Callan & Company of Boulder.Downtown Boulder in recent years hasenjoyed a renaissance in recent years, withmore than 250 restaurant and retailoperations. According to a recent report, whatis called the downtown “walkable/bikeablecaptive market” area has experienced a 1.3$annual population growth in the last decade.2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 82VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03THREE DOWNTOWN BOULDER PROPERTIES IN COMBINATION LISTINGBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/28/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS: NATIONAL2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 83VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03A new survey, which could serve as anindicator of future home-buying patterns,reveals that the average member of theMillennial Generation is in debt to the tune ofnearly $120,000.The report, published by the real estate siteReal Estate Witch, indicates that upwards of90% of those born between 1981 and 1996have just over $5,300 in credit card debt, andstudent loan debts of just under $127,000.Despite the significant differences betweenthose two figures, more Millennials, at 67%,owed money on credit cards, with 48% sayingstudent loans comprised their number onedebt.The report also points to differences inaverage student loan debt of $111,000 forMillennials in their late 30s and early 40s,while those in their late 20s and early 30s,have an average student debt load of$135,000.The report, based on interviews with around1,000 Millennials, additionally reveals thatsome 53% currently own a home. But ofthose who do not own a residence, asignificant 30% said they doubted if theywould ever have enough money to buy one.“Millennials who spend a significant portionof their monthly income on rent have littleleft over to save for a down payment inincreasingly expensive homes,” the reportnotes, adding: “As interest rates rise, makingborrowing more expensive, homeownershipbecomes even less attainable.”MILLENNIAL GENERATION REPORT REVEALS DEBT PRESSURES; LIMITED HOME-BUYING POTENTIALBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/29/2022Although Millennials on average have justunder $50,000 in savings, up to 41% saidthey feel “pessimistic” about theirfinances.In pointing to their biggest financialregrets, not saving enough money, goinginto debt, and not investing sooner, werenamed as the three biggest things thatMillennials say they wished they hadavoided.Despite stated fears about the cost ofowning a home, only 12% regarded homeownership as a source of regret.Fifth Wall, a venture capital firm focusedon real estate technology, is tripling downon its bet that climate tech will become anintegral driver in the real estate space.It just announced commitments of half abillion dollars to close its inauguralClimate Fund, which launched with $116million in August of last year. It is thelargest private fund formed specifically todecarbonize the real estate industry,according to the firm.Nearly 40% of global carbon dioxideemissions come from real estate,according to the United NationsEnvironment Programme FinanceInitiative...Continue reading > FIFTH WALL CLOSES HALF-BILLION-DOLLAR CLIMATE FUND TO DECARBONIZE GLOBAL REAL ESTATEBy Diana Olick, CNBC 07/27/2022

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BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO REAL ESTATE COMPANY2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 84VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03NM Design CenterSEC Main St Los Lunas,NM 87031Learn more >Learn more >Santa Fe has established a reputation for exceptional results. When you work with Colliers, you don’t just get abroker, you gain a trusted adviser who will do the right thing for you and your business.Colliers is one of only two global commercial real estate companies operating in New Mexico, and the only brokerageproviding a full range of real estate services. We offer commercial real estate and business brokerage services forbuyers, sellers and investors, comprehensive property management, valuation and appraisal services, local andnational research and in-house marketing services.We use our extensive industry experience and market knowledge to identify the right strategy for each of our clients.Let us find what’s right for you.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > Phone:(505) 883-7676Our culture empowers our people to do what’s right, and we bring that toeverything we do.Over our 30 years as a market leader, Colliers International Albuquerque-COLLIERS5051 Journal Center Blvd NE UNIT 200, Albuquerque, NM 87109Hi, we're Colliers | Albuquerque-Santa FeFEATURED PROPERTY50 Acre Mixed-Use CampusLearn more >

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BUILTENVIRONMENTFEATURED REAL ESTATENEW MEXICOCopyright: Great Visibility from Eubank Blvd.Close Proximity to Restaurants, Shopping, and MoreMassive Monument SignGreat Accessibility with Left-In and Left-OutGood Natural LightingVery Well MaintainedLEARN MORE > FEATURED PROPERTY FOR SALE2022-54BE: FAMILY LIFE RADIO-3801 EUBANK...Copyright: Prime commercially zoned land adjacent from Unser Crossing development. MX-M (Moderate Intensity Zone District) Zoning is to provide for a wide array of moderate-intensity retail, commercial, institutional and moderate-density residential uses, with taller, multi-story buildings encouraged in Centers and Corridors.LEARN MORE > FEATURED LAND FOR SALE2022-48BF: COMMERCIAL-8501 CENTRAL AVE2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 85VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Roger Cox and Associates, LoopNetCopyright: Colliers, LoopNet

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Copyright: Roger Cox and Associates, LoopNet$329,500BUILTENVIRONMENT2022-54BE: BUILDING SALE- FAMILY LIFE RADIO-3801 EUBANK BLVD NE >3801 Eubank Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87111EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Great Visibility from Eubank Blvd.Close Proximity to Restaurants, Shopping, and MoreMassive Monument SignGreat Accessibility with Left-In and Left-OutGood Natural LightingVery Well MaintainedAttachment: 3801 Eubank Blvd. NE FLYER >Real Estate Agent:Roger Cox and AssociatesProperty Information:Sale Type: Investment NNNProperty Type: OfficeBuilding Size: 7,297 SFBuilding Class: BZoning: O-1 - MX-T; Mixed-Use – Transition ZoneFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTYFOR SALE A building in northeast Albuquerquethat has long served as the home to anFM radio station is on the market forjust under $750,000.The two-story Class B structure,located at 3801 Eubank Boulevard NE,was built in 1990 and measures around7,300 square feet.Radio station KFLQ, which is one of thestations making up the Tucson-basedFamily Life Radio network, has been aregular tenant in the structure forseveral decades. That network launchedwith one station in Michigan in 1966and now has around 40 stations, with alarge presence in the southwest.The building is also the home to apediatric ophthalmology service, as wellas the eyewear shop Optimum Optical.Located on a six-lane portion of Eubankpopulated mostly with one-story officeand retail buildings, the building is listedwith the Albuquerque-based real estatebrokerage firm Roger Cox andAssociates.ALBUQUERQUE BUILDING HOUSING POPULAR RADIO STATION IS UP FOR SALEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/29/20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 86VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Roger Cox and Associates, LoopNet

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BUILTENVIRONMENT2022-54BF: LAND SALE- COMMERCIAL-8501 CENTRAL AVE >8501 Central Ave Albuquerque, NM 87121EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Prime commercially zoned land adjacent from Unser Crossing development. MX-M (Moderate Intensity Zone District) Zoning is to provide for a wide array of moderate-intensity retail, commercial, institutional and moderate- density residential uses, with taller, multi-story buildings encouraged in Centers and Corridors.Attachment: New_8501 Central Flyer_07.27.22 >Real Estate Agent:ColliersLand Information:Sale Type: InvestmentProperty Type: LandProperty Subtype: CommercialProposed Use: CommercialTotal Lot Size: 0.70 ACOpportunity Zone: YesFEATURED: LAND FOR SALE Copyright: Colliers, LoopNet$329,5002022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 87VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Colliers, LoopNetCopyright: Colliers, LoopNet

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PROPERTYFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICEBUILDINGSIZEVIEW MORE ON THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WEBSITE. COMING SOON!VIEW DEALDESCRIPTION930 El Paseo RdCome take a look at this amazing investment opportunity! Space canpotentially be used as an office, retail, etc!$550,000CLICK HERE 3,962 SFDESCRIPTION3391 Northern BlvdBrick and Stucco Construction Metal Roof 2 Drive-in Doors (Currently Enclosed) Evaporative Coolers Radient Heat FloorsCLICK HERE 2,821 SFDESCRIPTION$4,740,000CLICK HERE 23,280 SFDESCRIPTION1010-1022 N White Sands BlvdCLICK HERE 9,780 SF$300,000$1,250,000The Ficke Team of Colliers International is pleased to present to qualifiedinvestors the opportunity to acquire a quality construction, 23,114 squarefoot retail center located at 1301 N. Turner Street in Hobbs, New Mexico.Originally built in 1974 and situated on 2.4 acres, the subject property wasfully renovated in 2021 with over $3,000,000 in tenant improvementsinvested in the property on behalf of the Veterans Affairs Administration...Number of Properties: 3Sale Type: InvestmentTotal Building Size: 9,780 SFStatus: ActiveTotal Land Area: 0.69 ACCOMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTYFOR SALE NEW MEXICOAlbuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCITY LEGENDBUILTENVIRONMENTREAL ESTATEPHOTOVeterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic &Buddys1301 N Turner St2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 88VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: Limelight, LoopNetCopyright: Roger Cox and Associates, LoopNetCopyright: Colliers, LoopNetCopyright: Marycela V., LoopNetVIEW FEATURED STORY >

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LANDFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICETOTAL LOT SIZEVIEW MORE ON THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WEBSITE. COMING SOON!VIEW DEALDESCRIPTION4010 Northrise DriveCLICK HERE 1.24 AcresDESCRIPTIONTexas Roadhouse500 E Llano Estacado Blvd$2,988,505CLICK HERE 2.06 AcresREAL ESTATEPHOTO$756,202Great development lot for single user or stripcenter Located in the busiestquadrant of Las Cruces; between Rinconada and Sonoma Ranch. Lessthan ½ mile from the WalMart Supercenter on Rinconada Relatively flat,easily developable lot Zoning: C-3.NEW 2022 CONSTRUCTIONRENT COMMENCEMENT JANUARY 2023ABSOLUTE NNN GROUND LEASE WITH NO LANDLORD RESPONSIBILITIESCORPORATE GUARANTEE BY TEXAS ROADHOUSE, INCCOMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR SALE NEW MEXICOAlbuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCITY LEGENDBUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 89VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Copyright: NAI 1st Valley, LoopNetCopyright: Western States Commercial Real Estate, LoopNet

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NEW MEXICOCOMMERCIAL REAL ESTATETRANSACTIONS BERNALILLO COUNTYBUILTENVIRONMENTMenicucci Insurance specializes in creating custom insurance solutions for you and your unique business.From plans that cover excess liability insurance to construction equipment, our insurance policies offer awide range of coverage. We are here to protect your interests. We also understand that your needs evolve over time, so we’re always looking out for more opportunities toimprove our risk management strategies. Our expert agents have built Menicucci Insurance's reputation onintegrity and dependability. From small crews to large contractors, we will be by your side.CONTACT US2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 90VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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2022070717 20220703882022069781BERNALILLO COUNTY COMMERCIALREAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS *click document number than click public login to view transaction. **FINANCIAL INSTITUTION, LENDING COMPANY, TITLE COMPANY, AND FURTHER INFORMATION COMING SOON. BUILTENVIRONMENTSubdivision:Subdivision HUNING CASTLE LotC2 Block 29 07/29/2022Owner: LESLIE JOHN J Buyer: 1507 SAN PATRICIO LLC Subdivision:Subdivision PRINCESS JEANNEPARK Lot 31 Block 108 07/29/2022Owner: AMANTRAN VENTURES INC Address: 3322 Coors Blvd NW,Albuquerque, NM 87120Buyer: GARCIA ROSA ICELA ZARATE MENDOZA 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 91VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Subdivision:Subdivision WHITE OAK Lot 4Block 13 07/28/2022Owner: ZIA TRUST INC CUST Address: 6301 Indian School RdNE #800, Albuquerque, NM 87110Phone: (505) 881-3338Website: ziatrust.comBuyer: GHELFI COREY JAMES

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VIRGIN GALACTIC SECURES LAND FOR NEW ASTRONAUT CAMPUS AND TRAINING FACILITY > SPACE NEW MEXICOT H E B U I L T E N V I R O N M E N T M A G A Z I N ESPACE FORCE CHIEF OF SPACE OPERATIONSSOLSTAR SPACECOMPANYLt. Gen. Chance Saltzman nominated to be next Space Force Chief of Space Operations > The Future of Space Communications >MISSILE WARNING SATELLITESpace Force plans launch this week for final SBIRS missile warning sat >

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BUILTENVIRONMENTSPACE SECTIONHOME PAGEEVENTSFEATURED COMPANIESAFFILIATESSPACE NEWS2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 93VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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SPACE NEWS: NEW MEXICOTUSTIN, California – August 2, 2022 –Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:SPCE) (the “Company” or “VirginGalactic”), an aerospace and space travelcompany, today announced it has securedland to move forward with a newastronaut campus and training facility inthe State of New Mexico, near theCompany’s commercial operationsheadquarters.The land, located in Sierra County, will behome to a new, first of its kind astronautcampus, for exclusive use by VirginGalactic Future Astronauts and up tothree of their guests in advance of aspaceflight from Spaceport America. Themaster plan for the campus will includetraining facilities, purposefulaccommodations, and tailored experiencesas well as an observatory, wellness center,recreation activities, and unique diningoptions -- all underpinned by Virgin’ssignature hospitality.Situated near Spaceport America, thecampus will sit atop a mesa overlookingthe stunning New Mexico landscape. Witha focus on sustainability and minimalimpact to the surrounding environment,the purpose-driven design of the projectwill embrace water conservation and re-use, eco-friendly materials, and low carbonmobility as key considerations in thedevelopment of the site...Continue reading > VIRGIN GALACTIC SECURES LAND FOR NEW ASTRONAUT CAMPUS AND TRAINING FACILITYBy Virgin Galactic 08/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 94VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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SPACE NEWS: NEW MEXICOLt. Gen. B. Chance Saltzman has beennominated to be U.S. Space Force’s nextChief of Space Operations.If confirmed by the Senate, Saltzman willbecome the service’s highest rankingofficer and the second Chief of SpaceOperations in the young service’s history.Saltzman will step into the positioncurrently held by Gen. John W. “Jay”Raymond, who has led the Space Forcesince its establishment in December 2019. Raymond is projected to retire later thisyear.Continue reading > LT. GEN. CHANCE SALTZMAN NOMINATED TO BE NEXT SPACE FORCE CHIEF OF SPACE OPERATIONSBy Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs 07/28/20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 95VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03Assuming the Thursday launch goes asplanned, the last of the satellites, SBIRSGEO-6, is expected to be up and runningby "late spring, early summer" next year,according to Maj. Matt Blystone.WASHINGTON: The Space Force plans tolaunch the final satellite in its Space BasedInfrared System (SBIRS)...Continue reading > SPACE FORCE PLANS LAUNCH THIS WEEK FOR FINAL SBIRS MISSILE WARNING SATELLITEBy Theresa Hitchens, Breaking Defense 08/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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BUILTENVIRONMENTSPACE EVENTSNATIONWIDEVIEW FULL CALENDAR >2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 96VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03VIEW FULL CALENDAR >A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket will launch SES 20 and SES 21 communications satellites. It will lift off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida.NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket will launch on its first uncrewed test flight of an uncrewed Orion crew capsule, for a mission known as Artemis 1. The Orion spacecraft will orbit the moon before returning to Earth for a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. The mission has been delayed several times.EXPECTED THIS AUGUSTAUGUST 11THThe full moon of August, known as the SturgeonMoon, arrives at 9:36 p.m. EDT (0136 Aug. 12GMT).AUGUST 27THThe new moon arrives at 4:17 a.m. EDT (0817GMT). SEPTEMBER 10THThe full moon of September, known as theHarvest Moon, arrives at 5:59 a.m. EDT (0959GMT).SEPTEMBER 21STRussia will launch a team of cosmonauts andastronauts on a Soyuz rocket to theInternational Space Station. The Soyuz MS-22spacecraft will lift off from BaikonurCosmodrome, Kazakhstan.SEPTEMBER 24THA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch 14 Tranche0 demonstration satellites from the VandenbergSpace Force Base, California.AUGUST 11TH - 12THThe Perseid meteor shower peaks.SEPTEMBER 1STNASA and SpaceX will launch the Crew-5mission to the International Space Station. TheCrew Dragon will be carrying NASA astronautsNicole Mann, Josh Cassada, Japanese astronautKoichi Wakata, and Russian cosmonaut AnnaKikina. The Falcon 9 rocket will lift off at NASA'sKennedy Space Center in Florida.SEPTEMBER 20THA SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launchNASA's Psyche mission to study the metalasteroid Psyche. It will lift off at 2:26 p.m. EDT(1826 GMT) from NASA's Kennedy Space Centerin Florida.SEPTEMBER 23RDAutumnal equinox. Today marks the first day offall in the Northern Hemisphere and the first dayof spring in the Southern Hemisphere.SEPTEMBER 30THA United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket willlaunch the Joint Polar Satellite System 2 (JPSS 2)for NASA and NOAA as well as the Low-EarthOrbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator(LOFTID) on a test flight. LOFTID is a joint projectbetween NASA and ULA. OCTOBER 8THThe Draconid meteor shower, which is activeOct. 6-10, will peak overnight.

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NEW MEXICO SPACE COMPANYBUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 97VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03KNOW MORE ABOUT USLike many people growing up in the 1960s and 1970s, Solstar’s founders were captivated by NASA and the Apollomissions 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 wide rangingplaces in the U.S.: Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Colorado, Washington D.C. We all had the same interest in spaceexploration and this interest brought us together as graduate students at the International Space University.Michael Potter worked as a space industry analyst in Washington D.C., then helped found and was President of a verysuccessful telecommunications company. After selling that company, Michael began his film career and directed andproduced an award-winning film about the space generation. called Orphans 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, JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE EXPERIENCED SPACEFLIGHT SYSTEMS ENGINEER JOINS SOLSTAR SPACE AS COMPANY OPENS 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 heart of the PearlStreet Mall area as the company continues to grow with the addition of Technical Program Manager, Casey Hoffman,to its accomplished space-based communications engineering team. Hoffman brings nearly two decades of crewedand uncrewed spaceflight engineering experience to Solstar’s team having worked on projects including NASA’sSpace Shuttle program, Ares I-X, Dream Chaser, James Webb Space Telescope, Orion, and Commercial Lunar PayloadServices.“With the extensive spaceflight systems engineering experience Ms. Hoffman brings to Solstar’s technical team, shewill play a crucial role in the development of our Wireless Access Points for NASA’s Lunar Gateway HALO Module weare working on in conjunction with Northrop Grumman,” says Brian Barnett, CEO and Founder...Continue reading >

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2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 98VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03New Mexico personifies the essential spirit of theaerospace revolution – from our world-class commercialSpaceport with over 6,000 square miles of protectedairspace to the dozens of cutting-edge tech companieswho are tackling some of the universe’s greatestchallenges. New Mexico’s intellectual capital and accessto key federal 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 in spacerequire rapidly revamping the bureaucratic processesused to acquire space capabilities, protect human life, theenvironment, assets, and sovereign rights on Earth and inspace.ANNOUNCING RELEASE OF"SPACE BUDGETING FORMODERN TIMES"VIEW PUBLICATIONAssessing company readiness levels and how toelevate them Accelerating product development with access tosecure and high-cost shared facilities, testingworkspaces and specialized equipment Navigating companies to specialized resources Providing business services, scaling curriculum,marketing supportProviding ShowSpace opportunities todemonstrate products to governmentorganizations, large space companies andmembers of the investment communityNewSpace New Mexico is accepting applications fromAugust 1 through September 1, 2022, for our inaugural“NewSpace Ignitor” cohort! Our first-of-its-kind,incubator-like program provides support beyond R&Dto address barriers space companies face in turningtheir concepts into revenue-generating products. Tenearly-growth to mid-sized companies will be selectedfor phase one, and four companies will advance tophase two. There is no cost to participate. NewSpace Ignitor services include:NewSpace New Mexico will use its knowledge andvast network of relationships to bring vettedopportunities and often out-of-reach resources toparticipating companies throughout the program. Grow faster with end-to-end support from Concept toProduct to Sales! Interested companies can apply tothe NewSpace Ignitor online at newspacenm.org.Selected companies will be notified by 1 October 2022. CALLING SPACE COMPANIES READY TO TAKE THEIR CONCEPT TO PRODUCT TO SALES!LEADERSHIPAPPLY HERE

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INDUSTRYNEWS QUICK LINKSBUILTENVIRONMENTLEGISLATION: NEW MEXICOBIG RECONCILIATION BILL APPEARS HEADED FOR PASSAGE > BIDEN NOMINATES UTILITY’S EX-BOARD CHAIR TO REJOIN PANEL > NEW MEXICOWEEDFEED NEW MEXICO DISTRICT ATTORNEY WORKING TO EXPUNGE 312 CANNABIS- RELATED OFFENSES > NEW MEXICORAISING CANE FAST-FOOD CHAIN BUILDING NEW LOCATIONS EVERYWHERE > RIO RANCHO COULD SEE THE BUILDING OF A NEW VETERANS CEMETERY > TOP PRIVATE COMPANIES 2022: AUI INC. > BLUEHALO SIGNS SIZABLE LEASE FOR ADDITIONAL SPACE IN SANDIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARK >FORT COLLINS CHURCH MAY BUILD NEW MULTI-PURPOSE FACILITIES, ALONG WITH A LABYRINTH >FEDS: $401M WILL ADD HIGH-SPEED INTERNET TO RURAL US PLACES > PLANS ANNOUNCED TO TURN HISTORIC DENVER OFFICE BUILDING INTO APARTMENT SPACE > CENTURY-OLD EL PASO CHURCH MAY SEE LONG-AWAITED RESTORATION >CHIPS ACT PASSES HOUSE, SECURES $52B FOR SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY >LENDLEASE BREAKS GROUND ON $1.15B SAN FRANCISCO TOWER > INFLATION TREND IS FOCUS OF NEW ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS REPORT > NEW MEXICOSOUTHWESTNATIONAL TRENDSCONSTRUCTIONHave a story or a lead let? Let us know by emailing magazine@constructionreporter.comNEW TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS DESIGNED TO STREAMLINE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SHIPPING > NATIONALVENDORS / SUPPLIERS ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGNA REVIVED NATIONAL DATABASE IDENTIFIESPRESENT AND FUTURE COLLEGE PLANNING TRENDS > NATIONALENERGYUNPRECEDENTED PROFIT FOR MAJOR OIL DRILLERS AS PRICES SOARED > NATIONALSPACE: NEW MEXICOVIRGIN GALACTIC SECURES LAND FOR NEW ASTRONAUT CAMPUS AND TRAINING FACILITY > LT. GEN. CHANCE SALTZMAN NOMINATED TO BE NEXT SPACE FORCE CHIEF OF SPACE OPERATIONS > NEW MEXICOCOMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE,LENDING &PROPERTY MANAGEMENTDEPARTMENT STORE CONVERTED INTO VETERANS AFFAIRS CLINIC UP FOR SALE IN HOBBS > MALOUF ON THE PLAZA EXPANDS TO CAMERA SHOP SPACE > TOWN SAYS IT WON’T CONDEMN OUTWARDLINK PROPERTY > TOP PRIVATE COMPANIES 2022: NAI SUNVISTA > LOCAL ORGANIZATION DEMANDS ALBUQUERQUE CITY LEADERS FREEZE RENT >NEW MEXICO2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 99VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NEW MEXICO DISTRICT ATTORNEY WORKING TO EXPUNGE 312 CANNABIS- RELATED OFFENSESBy Sarah Coria, ABC 7 KVIA.com07/27/2022DOÑA ANA COUNTY, New Mexico-- DistrictAttorney for the Third Judicial District inDoña Ana County, Gerald Byers, and hisoffice are working on the expungement of312 cannabis offenses. They plan to do sounder the Cannabis Regulation Act.Some of the offenses under review in DoñaAna County date back to 1997.The expungement petition will only work inmatters related to cannabis. If an individualhas cannabis-related offenses combined withother criminal charges, only those involvingcannabis may be removed.Continue reading > A business-to-business cannabis platformhas entered the New Mexico market,offering local establishments the ability tomake payments electronically.LeafLink, founded in 2016, offers a systemfor businesses to sell to one another —mainly giving manufacturers andproducers a way to connect with retailersfor the wholesale of cannabis productssuch as flower, concentrates and edibles.“We were really excited by the prospect ofthe size of the market,” Claire Moloney,LeafLink’s VP of business operations, toldthe Journal. “We know that a lot of thesales (in New Mexico) are driven bytourism from surrounding states that don’thave programs, and so we’re excited by thegrowth potential.”Moloney said the company already hasthree licensed producers andmanufacturers — Everest Cannabis Co.,Mountaintop Extracts and Vitality Extracts— on the site that dispensaries canpurchase from.Continue reading >BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO WEEDFEED2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 100VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03PLATFORM ALLOWS NM CANNABIS FIRMS TO BUY PRODUCT WITHOUT CASH, CREDITBy Matthew Narvaiz, Albuquerque Journal 08/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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A long-awaited and much-negotiatedreconciliation bill may finally be on theverge of passage in the U.S. Senate,months after its original introduction.The legislation would invest up to $369billion in a series of energy and climate-related programs, while also closing taxloopholes on corporations with revenuesin excess of $1 billion and those describedas “the richest Americans.”The bill also provides some $80 billion infunding for the Internal Revenue Serviceto be used to enhance tax enforcementthrough the hiring of more agents andintroduction of new technology designedto pursue tax dodgers.Odds for the bill’s passage have improvedwith the announcement that West VirginiaSenator Joe Manchin, who had earliercriticized the legislation, is now onboard.In a 50-50 Democratic/Republican Senate,Manchin’s support means Vice-PresidentKamala Harris would cast the tie-breaking,pro-bill, vote.In a joint statement, Manchin and SenateMajority Leader Charles Schumer said thebill, officially called the Inflation ReductionAct of 2022, will “make a historic downpayment on deficit reduction to fightinflation, invest in domestic energyproduction, and manufacturing, and reducecarbon emissions by roughly 40% by 2030.”On the webpage for the Sierra Club, HebahKassem, acting director of the group’s LivingEconomy campaign, said the bill offers “themost significant congressional action toaddress climate change ever, while alsohelping address inflation and reducing energycosts for families.”But Kristen Swearingen, vice president oflegislative and political affairs for theAssociated Builders and Contractors, said ina statement that the legislation as it nowstands would “plunge the U.S. economy into arecession.”Swearingen added that “severe tax hikes onAmerican companies would furtherexacerbate the high materials prices forconstruction projects, which have increasedby 20% during the last 12 months.”Supporters of the legislation say that with atotal $433 billion in spending, the legislationis significantly less expensive than theroughly $3 trillion version originallyintroduced in Congress last year.NEW MEXICO & NATIONALLEGISLATION BUILTENVIRONMENTBIG RECONCILIATION BILL APPEARS HEADED FOR PASSAGEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 101VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — President JoeBiden has nominated the former boardchairman of the nation’s largest publicutility to rejoin the panel.Huntsville, Alabama attorney Joe Ritch isBiden’s pick to return to the board of theTennessee Valley Authority.Ritch left the federal utility’s board in2017 after a Republican-controlled Senatefailed the previous year to confirm formerPresident Barack Obama’s reappointmentof Ritch and two others. Obamanominated Ritch to the board in 2012. TheSenate confirmed him in 2013 and theboard voted to make him chairman in2014.The nine-member board currently has fourvacancies, not counting two sittingmembers who are still serving after theirterms expired in May. The seats come withfive-year terms, but when a boardmember’s term expires, that person cankeep serving until end of the currentcongressional session, typically inDecember, or until their successors takeoffice, whatever comes first.Ritch would fill a vacant seat with a termexpiring in May 2025.Continue reading >States have received another injection ofhighway funds from the InfrastructureInvestment and Jobs Act —the firstinstallment of $7.3 billion from a new IIJAprogram aimed at projects that strengthenhighways, bridges, transit and portinfrastructure against the threateningimpacts of climate change-fueled storms,wildfires and other natural disasters.The program, which the U.S. Dept. ofTransportation announced on July 29, isdubbed PROTECT, for Promoting ResilientOperations for Transformative, Efficient andCost-Saving Transportation. To get it started,U.S. DOT's Federal Highway Administration(FHWA) has apportioned more than $1.4billion among the states. That represents thefiscal year 2022 portion of the five-yearprogram. Funds are being distributed amongstates by formula.Continue reading >NEW MEXICO & NATIONALLEGISLATION BUILTENVIRONMENTBIDEN NOMINATES UTILITY’S EX-BOARD CHAIR TO REJOIN PANELBy KRQE07/30/2022Copyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 102VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03FHWA RELEASES FIRST BATCH OF $7.3B IN IIJA RESILIENCE FUNDSBy ENR07/29/2022

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ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGN: NATIONALPrivate four-year academic institutionsprovide more space per in-person studentthan other sectors. Town and rural schoolsprovide more space per in-person studentthan urban and suburban schools. Institutionswith fewer than 5,000 in-person studentsoffer the most instructional space per in-person student. And small public four-yearinstitutions provide much more research labspace than small private four-year schools.These are some of the findings in the Societyfor College and University Planning’s 2022Campus Facilities Inventory Report. CFI is anational database that helps universitiescompare their campus development to peerinstitutions. The quantitative section of the2022 Report is based on responses from 104institutions across the U.S. and one inCanada, and its results were released a fewweeks ago.SCUP, a nonprofit professional associationthat since 1966 has supported collegeplanners, in 2021 partnered with brightspotstrategy, a Buro Happold company, torelaunch the Campus Facilities Inventory,(CFI) which originally had been collected andpublished in 2003-2007. The latest CFIincreases the room-use categories tracked to19, from 15 in the original version...Continue reading > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 103VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03A REVIVED NATIONAL DATABASE IDENTIFIES PRESENT AND FUTURE COLLEGE PLANNING TRENDSBy John Caulfield, Building Design + Construction08/01/2022Copyright: Canva Pro

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VENDORS / SUPPLIERS: NATIONALCopyright: Canva ProIn a move to speed up and make moreefficient the nation’s supply chain, theDepartment of Transportation hasannounced new regulations designed toharmonize U.S. shipping laws withinternational standards.The regulations are coming out of theDepartment of Transportation’s Pipelineand Hazardous Materials SafetyAdministration, with the stated goal ofstreamlining the importation of anynumber of hazardous materials.Those materials include components usedin manufacturing, lithium batteries, andmedical supplies.In a statement, Tristan Brown, PHMSADeputy Administrator, said the newregulations will “improve supply chains,reduce prices for consumers, and produceenvironmental benefits without sacrificingsafety.”Transportation Department Officials saythat because the new rules will result inthe transport of more goods in fewer tripsthey will also reduce green house gasemissions.The harmonization regulations have beenunder review in Washington since lastsummer and were open to public commentfor a period of 60 days after their originalpublication in the Federal Register.NEW TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS DESIGNED TO STREAMLINE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SHIPPINGBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter 07/27/20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 104VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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ENERGY: NATIONALCopyright: Canva ProNEW YORK (AP) — Oil companies swam inrecord profits over the last few months at atime when Americans struggled to pay forgasoline, food and other basic necessities.Continue reading > 2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 105VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03UNPRECEDENTED PROFIT FOR MAJOR OIL DRILLERS AS PRICES SOAREDBy Cathy Bussewitz, Associated Press, KRQE News07/29/2022In 1938, Mexico nationalized its energysector, putting Petroleos Mexicanos(PEMEX) firmly under centralizedgovernment control where it remained fordecades.Continue reading > US, MEXICO CAN WORK THROUGH ENERGYDISPUTEBy Jerry Pacheco, Albuquerque Journal 07/30/2022WASHINGTON – Senate Majority LeaderChuck Schumer and Sen. Joe Manchin ofWest Virginia have reached a deal on areconciliation bill that would represent thenation’s largest ever investment in cleanenergy and climate solutions...Continue reading > STATEMENT: INFLATION REDUCTION ACT COULD BE A ‘GAME CHANGER’ FOR CLIMATE AND CLEAN ENERGYBy Environment New Mexico07/28/2022

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

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WEEKLY INDUSTRY STATISTICS NEW MEXICONATIONAL INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION REPORTER BUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 107VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NEW MEXICOSTATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BUILTENVIRONMENT0 5 10 15 20 25Government and government enterprises Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing Professional and business services Educational services, health care, and social assistance Retail trade Manufacturing Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation, and food services Construction Information Wholesale trade Transportation and warehousing Utilities Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting The government and government enterprises sector significantly increased New Mexico's gross domestic product in 2021. This sector increased New Mexico's GDP that year by around 20.76 billion chained 2012 U.S. dollars. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment REAL VALUE ADDED TO THE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT ((GDP) OF NEW MEXICO IN 2021, BY INDUSTRY(IN BILLION CHAINED 2012 U.S. DOLLARS)Source: BEASurvey by: BEAPublished by: BEARelease date: March 20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 108VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NATIONALSTATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BUILTENVIRONMENTThe median price of existing homes in the United States was $361,500 in the first quarter of 2022, and it is anticipated to rise to $376,100 in the first quarter of 2023. Since 2017, there has been an increase in price between the first and second quarters of every year, which is then followed by a steady decline till the following year. In 2022, this tendency is expected to persist. Despite the aforementioned variation during the year, the median price of existing residences has risen every year since 2011. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment Source: National Association of RealtorsSurvey by: National Association of RealtorsPublished by: National Association of RealtorsRelease date: April 2022Q3 2017Q4 2017Q1 2018Q2 2018Q3 2018Q4 2018Q1 2019Q2 2019Q3 2019Q4 2019Q1 2020Q2 2020Q3 2020Q4 2020Q1 2021Q2 2021Q3 2021Q4 2021Q1 2022Q2 2022*Q3 2022*Q4 2022*Q1 2023*Q2 2023*400 300 200 100 0 MEDIAN PRICE OF EXISTING HOMES IN THE UNITED STATES FROM 3RD QUARTER 2017 TO 1ST QUARTER 2022 WITH FORECAST UNTIL 2023 (IN 1,000 U.S. DOLLARS)2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 109VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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INTERNATIONALSTATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BUILTENVIRONMENTUnited States China European Union* Brazil Mexico South Korea India United Kingdom Japan Rest of world50,000,000 40,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 0 With a total value of roughly 47.66 billion Canadian dollars in 2021, Canada was the country that imported the most minerals from the US. With a value of over 12.86 billion Canadian dollars, China was the second-largest supplier of minerals to Canada in that year. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment VALUE OF TOTAL MINERAL IMPORTS TO CANADA IN 2021, BY LEADING COUNTRY (IN 1,000 CANADIAN DOLLARS)Source: StatCan; NRCanSurvey by: StatCan; NRCanPublished by: StatCan; NRCanRelease date: June 20222022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 110VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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ColoradoNorthern New MexicoSouthern New Mexico Outside AdjacentTotalsStateLocationProjects Bidding20 87 27 49 183EstimatedCost$11,650,000 $43,241,014 $137,036,922 $46,008,975 $237,936,911PROJECT STATISTICS CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN-ROOMPROJECTSACTIVE PROJECTS ESTIMATED COSTS TUESDAY AUGUST 2ND, 2022 10:00 AM MSTBUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 111VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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Mescalero Indian Hospital Expansion...ProjectNameProject Number2022-3C09TotalViewsTOPPROJECTS BIDDING THIS WEEKVOLUME 03 ISSUE 03NEW MEXICO1,134BUILTENVIRONMENTRE-BID Fairacres Elementary School...2022-4D5F 409General Contractor for Sininger Hall2022-4E43 388Restroom Additions in Hanger 1...2021-5827 360Santo Domingo Sewer Replacements2022-4E38 355Wells Park 4th Street Pedestrian...2021-57BE 339La Cueva MDWCA...2022-513A 304Valle de Oro Barr Spur Improvements...2022-51E1 272Bernalillo County Mesa del Sol...2022-5420 2663,8272022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 112VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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NEW MEXICOBUSINESS FOR SALEBUILTENVIRONMENTLos Ranchos, New MexicoFEED AND SUPPLY STOREASKING PRICE: $335,000GROSS REVENUE: $835,000CASH FLOW: $835,000EBITDA: $29,000INVENTORY: $160,000FF&E: $35,000Business DescriptionThis is a small local well established business in the Village of Los Ranchos New Mexico. The Miller Feed name hasbeen in the valley since the 1930's. We supply local farms and backyard enthusiasts. We have saddles and tack for thehorse people in the area. Animal health products to keep the flock and all other critters healthy. There is also a smallhardware section that has all the basic needs for the do it yourselfers.About the BusinessLocation: Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, New MexicoYear Established: 1930Number of Employees: 4Franchise: YesReal Estate: LeasedBuilding Sq. Ft.: 8,000Rent: $2,100.00 Per MonthLease Expiration: 7/1/2027Facilities: The store space is 1400 sq ft, the store room is about 2000 sq ft, the warehouse is 4000 sq ft. There are anadditional 3 storage trailers that accommodate shavings, displays and miscellaneous items.Market Outlook/Competition: The business is located in the heart of the north valley where there are severalanimals. There are other similar businesses within a 10 mile radius.Growth & Expansion: There are possibilities to expand on the current inventory and to add new product. Additionalfencing, hardware supplies fishing equipment and larger animals (sheep/goats/ cows) New products could includelandscape rocks, gravel, compost, manure etc.2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 113VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03CONTACT DANIEL FIALA AT (505) 681-4185 FOR MORE INFO

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NEW MEXICOCOMMERCIAL PERMITSJULY 25TH - 29TH, 2022ALBUQUERQUEFARMINGTONLAS CRUCESRIO RANCHOGALLUPSANTA FEBUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 114VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: $25,000ALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: JULY 25TH - 29TH, 2022BP-2022-32463760 JUAN TABO BLVD NETOTALSQ. FEET760 JUAN TABO LLC07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023 4,000BUILDINGCONTRACTORBUILTENVIRONMENTBIG A CONSTRUCTIONDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport ISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-32278760 JUAN TABO BLVD NE760 JUAN TABO LLC07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023 1,000BIG A CONSTRUCTIONESTIMATED COST: $10,000BP-2022-317973419 CENTRAL AVE NEECHANGED BOTANICALS LLC07/29/2022 - 01/29/2023 7,152A MANAGEMENT CORPORATIONESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-2912610701 CORRALES RD NWReposado, LLC07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023 2,929LONE SUN BUILDERS, INC. PETER BUTTERFIELD ARCHITECTESTIMATED COST: $41,182BP-2022-284292424 LOUISIANA BLVD NESun Vista Enterprises, Inc.07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023 14,537SUN VISTA ENTERPRISES, INC.ESTIMATED COST: $850,000BP-2022-263893417 CENTRAL AVE NEECHANGED BOTANICALS LLC07/29/2022 - 01/29/2023 4,306A MANAGEMENT CORPORATIONESTIMATED COST: N/AALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALConstruction Reporter Member2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 115VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: $210,000ALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: JULY 25TH - 29TH, 2022BP-2022-256026001 INDIAN SCHOOL RD NETOTALSQ. FEETPatrycja Jaworska- Garrett07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023 6,605BUILDINGCONTRACTORBUILTENVIRONMENTARIA STUDIO CONSULTANTS, INC. CHAVEZ, MARK A LLCDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport ISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-253102013 RIDGECREST DR SESoren Allred07/28/2022 - 01/28/2023 1,081JWE CONSTRUCTS, LLCESTIMATED COST: N/ABP-2022-250993322 COLUMBIA DR NEStash House Dist.07/25/2022 - 01/25/2023 9,897INSIGHT CONSTRUCTION, LLCESTIMATED COST: $200,000BP-2022-235992013 RIDGECREST DR SESoren Allred07/28/2022 - 01/28/2023 1,986JWE CONSTRUCTS, LLCESTIMATED COST: $25,000BP-2022-218634461 IRVING BLVD NWENCHANTED BOTANICALS LLC07/25/2022 - 01/25/2023 6,451HART DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION INC.ESTIMATED COST: $1.4 MILLIONBP-2022-1896310127 COORS BLVD NWArt Gardenswartz07/28/2022 - 01/28/2023 5,654TANGLEWOOD CONSTRUCTION INC Treveston Elliott ArchitectESTIMATED COST: $325,000ALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALConstruction Reporter Member2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 116VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERESTIMATED COST: $1.9 MILLIONALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: JULY 25TH - 29TH, 2022BP-2022-162145001 MONTGOMERYBLVD NETOTALSQ. FEETMPCH, LLC07/26/2022 - 08/01/2023 32,472BUILDINGCONTRACTORBUILTENVIRONMENTHART DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION INC. MODULUS ARCHITECTS, INCDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport ISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEBP-2022-159723825 ACADEMY PARKWAY SOUTH NEGAFT REPUBLIC07/26/2022 - 07/8/2023 7,301MAGA BUILDERSESTIMATED COST: $400,000BP-2022-050082500 CARLISLE BLVD NESanjiv Chopra07/27/2022 - 01/27/2023 323 B BUILDERS, INC. Equiterra Regenerative Design IncESTIMATED COST: $60,000BP-2021-455382500 CARLISLE BLVD NESanjiv Chopra07/27/2022 - 07/27/2023 6,4933 B BUILDERS, INC. Equiterra Regenerative Design IncESTIMATED COST: $94,674.53ALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALConstruction Reporter Member2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 117VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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PERMIT LOCATIONISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEPERMITOWNEREP-2022-32138EP-2022-31745EP-2022-31376EP-2022-27107MP-2022-304044801 MCMAHON BLVD NWGP-2022-327734800 MONTGOMERY BLVD NEPERMITINFOTRADECOR 4800 MONTGOMERY07/27/2022 - 01/27/2023COMMERCIAL DEMOLITIONGP-2022-3158510600 RESEARCH RD SEASR / SANDIA I LLC07/27/2022 - 01/27/2023Total Contract Value:$200,000.00BUILDINGCONTRACTORPP-2022-3226907/26/2022 - 01/26/2023Water heater replacementPP-2022-286972701 CARLISLE BLVD NEWAL-MART07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023install floor drains for condensation10101 CENTRAL AV NE07/25/2022 - 07/26/2023URGENT COPPER THEFT REPAIR for Golden Pride1100 SAN MATEO BLVD SERussell Herring07/25/2022 - 07/25/2023Install new 200A single phase...410 WASHINGTON ST NEPIANOWERKES07/25/2022 - 01/25/2023Installing data and coax cable.455 COORS BLVD NWJuan Gonzalez07/27/2022 - 07/27/2023Service reconnect. Service has been off...760 JUAN TABO BLVD NE07/26/2022 - 01/26/2023mini split systemsLincoln Harris CSGLarry RainoseckBUILTENVIRONMENTMY ELECTRICIAN LLCRonald AragonGUZMAN CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS LLCDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport Construction Reporter MemberSPARCOB'S CONSTRUCTIONALBUQUERQUE PLUMBING HEATING AND COOLING, INC.ACME MECHANICAL CYNTERGYFORMATIVE ARCHITECTUREALDERETE ELECTRIC SERVICE CORP.JMG ELECTRIC SOLUTIONS, LLCSPECIALIZED PLUMBING & HEATING, INC.PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIAL2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 118VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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ElectricalPlumbingAlterationMechanicalRe-roofCommercial NewBUILTENVIRONMENTAdditionsConstruction Reporter MemberPERMITNUMBERPERMIT LOCATIONISSUEDATEPERMITOWNER421 TELSHOR Blvd122OC55061731775 ROADRUNNER PkwyBLDG 7PERMITINFOBINNS WILFRED E & IVA BERNICE IRREVOCABLE CHILDREN'S TRUST07/27/202216 toilets, 16 sinks, 8 bath tubs, 8 showers...22OC65061602123 TELSHOR CtCOYOTE REAL ESTATES LLC07/27/2022Cabling 6 new locations within...BUILDINGCONTRACTOR22OC650617907/28/2022Run Electrical to Comcast Communicati on CabinetFCPT HOLDINGS LLCFALKEN SERVICES LLCEXTREME AIRLAS CRUCESPERMITSCOMMERCIALHOLGUIN'S ELECTRIC2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 119VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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THEFT&SECURITY CLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT IF YOU KNOW WHO COMMITTED THE CRIME CALL (505) 242-COPSNEW MEXICORESOURCESLET US HELP YOU RECOVER YOUR STOLENPROPERTY AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS! SENDUS YOUR INFORMATION AND WE'LL POST ITHERE FREE OF CHARGE! ALBUQUERQUE POLICE DEPARTMENT CABQ.GOVLAS CRUCES POLICE DEPARTMENT LAS-CRUCES.ORGCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORTCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT SANTA FE POLICE DEPARTMENT SANTAFENM.GOVCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT RIO RANCHO POLICE DEPARTMENTRRNM.GOVCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT FARMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENTFMTN.ORGCLICK HERE TO VISIT SITECITY OF ALBUQUERQUE POLICE DEPARTMENT CICA PARTNER CONNECTABQ.ORGCLICK HERE TO VISIT SITEINTERNATIONAL PROTECTIVE SERVICE, INCIPSGLOBAL.COMBUILTENVIRONMENT2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 120VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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THEFT&SECURITY USEFUL INFORMATION AND TIPSBUILTENVIRONMENTCybersecurity technology and expertiseNotifying affected parties of a breachInsurance premiumsPublic relations supportAs businesses store more of their and theircustomers' data online, they are becomingincreasingly vulnerable to cyber thieves.Dealing with online criminals increasescybersecurity costs, which may ultimatelytrickle down to consumers in the form ofhigher prices.Companies lost $1.8 billion to cybercrime in2019, according to business insurer Hiscox.Few businesses are safe, and big companieswith a big online presence are heavilytargeted. Companies in the energy, financialservices, manufacturing, technology, andpharmaceutical sectors endured the heaviestlosses.Here is a look at some of the most importantways cybercrime can hamper businessestoday.1. Increased CostsCompanies that want to protect themselvesfrom online thieves have to pull out theirwallets to do so. Firms may incur any numberof outlays, including:Continue reading >6 WAYS CYBERCRIME IMPACTS BUSINESSBY INVESTOPEDIACopyright: Canva Pro2022 Construction Reporter Digital Magazine, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Call for reproduction permission. 121VOLUME 03 | ISSUE 03

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