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ENR January 12, 2015
 ENR January 12, 2015
Cover Story:

Saving The Las Vegas Water Supply

New Lake Mead intake provides deeper draw-depths by building a 3-mile water pipeline.


courtesy SNWA


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ENR Southwest's Top 20 Under 40
Displaying leadership and initiative and earning the respect of their peers, this year’s honorees demonstrate the high level of talent working in the region.
Five Trends to Watch in 2015
Research and insight from those working in the region reveal changing patterns for the construction industry in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico and the potential for a boom just around the corner
Wylie Bearup: A Champion Of Alternate Delivery
Former Lt. Col. and Phoenix city engineer has charted a deep connection to projects throughout the Southwest By Joey Hancock & John Guzzon
Digging Deeper to Assure Las Vegas’ Water Supply
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