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The Quiet Giant

In a town as fast-growing as ours, sometimes history gets lost in the shuffle. Or more accurately, history gets overshadowed by a shiny new structure or hidden under a new coat of paint—which is the ultimate catch-22 for a successful construction company. After all, when your entire reason for being is building new, innovative buildings, can you really be surprised when your past accomplishments—no matter how landmark at the time—are eclipsed by the new?

Phoenix  Children's Hospital


Mother's Day Gift Guide

It's the time of year to celebrate your favorite lady: your mom. Not sure what to buy her? Here are a couple ideas:

Proposition 200: Stimulating Scottsdale’s Economy

With Scottsdale’s March 9 elections just around the corner, many residents are still educating themselves on the most recent propositions, including Prop 200 which, if passed, could spur some much-needed job growth.


Arizona Spring Training Visitor’s Guide

With March fast approaching, Valley residents and visitors have many things to look forward to like a nice cold beer on St. Patrick’s Day or Spring Break vacation plans. However, neither of these are quite as big as the return of Spring Training.


Phoenix Loses a Barrett-Jackson Idol - Nellie Jackson

Nellie Jackson, co-founder and matriarch of the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction died peacefully on February 10, 2010 in her Scottsdale home. She was 90 years young.

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