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Vol. 8/1 - Jan-Feb 2019





  • From the Editor: Phoenix’s Rodeo Drive-In Was One Wild Hayride – Douglas Towne
  • Contributor Profiles: Tom Yount and Anne Stewart Zell
  • Mid-Century Home Construction Innovator: Jack P. Stewart – Anne Stewart Zell
  • A New Spin on Phoenix Auto Showrooms: The Stewart Motor Co. - Anne Stewart Zell
  • The Stewart: The High Rise that Changed City Policy – Isaac Windes
  • Back When: Blue Ribbon Entertainment at the 1948 Arizona State Fair – Douglas Towne
  • From Vietnam to Arizona: John Baehr’s Contracting Career – William Horner
  • Building on the Past: 1957 – Phoenix’s Foremost Checker at Keeton’s Save-Way Market
  • Jack Swilling’s Monument: A Modern-Day Mystery – Tom Yount
  • Architect’s Perspective: Edward B. “Ned” Sawyer, Jr., AIA: Site-Specific Architecture – Douglas Sydnor
  • Digging Through the Archives: Roland Hamberg – William Horner


Construction Around Arizona: Projects – People – Practices


  • Construction 101: Sundt Partners with Central Arizona College – Sean B. Ray and James Busch
  • Chasse Adept at Meeting Multi-Family Clients’ Diverse Needs – Alison Bailin Batz
  • Former Scottsdale Mormon Church Now UEB Builders Office – Octavio Serrano
  • NAU Internships Influence Post-Grad Construction Careers – Dzevida Sadikovic
  • Tom’s Swan Song: Hogarty Retires From ACC
  • Interview with Douglas Allred, CEO of the Douglas Allred Company – Rayan Vatti
  • Understanding Strength Development and Durability in Concrete - Luke & Billie Snell

Vol. 8/1 - Jan-Feb 2019

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