|12/04/2013||Final Passenger Cabin Is Affixed To Las Vegas' High Roller|
Dec. 04--If you took a look at the High Roller today, you'd think it was complete.
|12/04/2013||Bringing Istanbul To Las Vegas: Work Begins On Grand Bazaar Shops|
LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas, where the only design rule is that everything must mirror something else, is getting a new outdoor mall modeled on Istanbul's Grand Bazaar.
|12/03/2013||Construction Employment Makes Gains In New Mexico|
Dec. 03--New Mexico added 1,900 jobs between October 2012 and October 2013, the state Workforce Solutions Department announced Monday in a report that was delayed a week by October's government shutdown.
|11/28/2013||Local Construction Firm Lands Yuma Airport Project|
Nov. 28--Yuma International Airport was recently awarded two grants totaling nearly $4 million to construct an aircraft parking apron for large aircraft in the airport's Defense Contractor Complex to provide additional aircraft parking that is needed today and in the future.
|11/25/2013||Las Vegas Homebuilders See 2013 As 'Year Of Recovery'|
Nov. 25--By Eli Segall (contact)
|11/23/2013||Jaynes Lands Construction Projects For Sandia Resort & Casino|
Nov. 23--Sandia Resort & Casino is in expansion mode.
|11/22/2013||Developers Plan High-Rise Residential Project In Downtown Las Vegas|
Nov. 22--The biggest multi-unit, residential project to arise since Tony Hsieh arrived downtown -- and one that has none of Hsieh's fingerprints on it -- is planned by two developers who believe the Arts District and south of it is going to be another boom area downtown.
|11/22/2013||EPA: Rosemont Mine Permit Should Be Rejected|
Nov. 22--The Environmental Protection Agency says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shouldn't approve a key permit needed for the proposed Rosemont Mine to start construction.
|11/21/2013||Official: Mexico State Oil Co. Spinoffs May Develop Shale Gas|
MEXICO CITY - An official with Mexico's state-run oil company says a proposed energy reform could make it easier for Petroleos Mexicanos to create subsidiaries to exploit the country's vast shale oil and gas reserves.
|11/21/2013||Intimate Details Emerge From N.M. Contractor Corruption Case|
Nov. 21--Torrance County Manager Joy Ansley and contractor Christopher Valdez had an intimate relationship during a rough patch in both their marriages, according to testimony Wednesday in a criminal case that alleges conspiracy and fraud by the two on county construction projects.
|11/20/2013||New Type Of Solar Array Planned For Arizona Tech Park|
Nov. 20--The University of Arizona Tech Park will add a new solar-farm design to its solar-technology demonstration area next year, with the addition of a one-megawatt concentrating photovoltaic array.
|11/20/2013||Arizona Legislature May Restore HURF, Lobbyist Tells City|
Nov. 20--The city of Yuma's lobbyist came bearing what he hopes is really good news during a briefing before the Yuma City Council's Tuesday work session.
|11/20/2013||N.M. Governor Wants To Spend $112 Million On Water Infrastructure|
Nov. 20--New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez hopes to steer 60 percent of the state's 2014-15 capital spending budget to water projects around the state.
|11/19/2013||Apple Plant In Mesa Will Move Ahead After School Board OKs Deal|
Nov. 19--A potential impediment to Apple moving to Mesa was cleared on Monday night after the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board agreed to sign a letter of no objection to allow for the re-zoning of the property for tax purposes.
|11/19/2013||Judge Seals Proceedings In N.M. Construction Kickback Case|
Nov. 19--A public official charged with almost a half-million dollars of fraud involving public funds was in court Monday for the start of a three-day hearing to decide whether there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial.
|11/17/2013||Construction Rebound Continues To Lag In Las Cruces|
Nov. 17--LAS CRUCES -- Lee Rawson sells all kinds of supplies builders and contractors need.
|11/16/2013||MIT Laboratory Will Review SunZia Line Plan|
Nov. 16--The U.S. Department of Defense has agreed to commission a study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lincoln Laboratory on the potential impacts of the Sun-Zia transmission line on White Sands Missile Range.
|11/15/2013||Group Seeks $45 Million To Renovate Reed Whipple Cultural Center|
Nov. 15--For two years, the theaters and art studios of the Reed Whipple Cultural Center have sat in limbo, its weathered beige walls in a state of flux since city budget cuts forced its closure in the wake of the economic downturn.
|11/14/2013||Nevada OKs $283 Million In Road Projects For Fiscal Year|
Nov. 14--Carson City --The state Transportation Board Wednesday approved spending $283.1 million on road-building jobs in Clark County this fiscal year and will seek approval to sell $100 million in bonds for Project Neon, which will make improvements to Interstate 15.
|11/14/2013||Alamogordo Seeks $1.5 Million For Mobile Desalination Plant|
Nov. 14--The Alamogordo City Commission will most likely next week issue the final approval for the city to seek $1.5 million to use on its mobile desalination plant.
|11/13/2013||So. Nevada Planning $700 Million In Transportation Projects|
Nov. 13--With a 3 cents-per-gallon increase in the fuel tax set to take effect in January, the Regional Transportation Commission is hitting the gas on more than two dozen projects that will be funded by the proceeds.
|11/13/2013||Albuquerque Contractor Pleads Guilty In Federal Fraud Case|
Nov. 13--Max Tafoya, owner of an Albuquerque-area construction company and the former St. Catherine's Indian School property in Santa Fe, pleaded guilty Tuesday to defrauding a federal program intended to benefit disabled veterans.
|11/12/2013||UNLV Medical School Plans Include $80 Million Of New Construction|
Nov. 12--Nevada's higher education leaders announced plans last week to open a medical school at UNLV.
|11/10/2013||Cow-Manure Fueled Power Plant Planned Near Roswell|
Nov. 10--ROSWELL -- Charlie DeGroot milks nearly 5,000 cows twice a day on his dairy farm, yielding hundreds of thousands of pounds of milk daily.
|11/09/2013||McCarthy Cos. Forced To Forfeit Contract Over Procurement Violation|
Nov. 09--LOS LUNAS -- A major out-of-state construction company had to forfeit a newly awarded $24 million contract with the Los Lunas school district Friday, after school officials learned the firm had paid a $125 entry fee for one of the school's bid evaluators to enter a skeet shooting competition.