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Vol. 9/2 - Mar/Apr 2020





  • From the Editor: Going to the Dogs – Douglas Towne
  • Contributor Profiles: Jay Mark and Jim West
  • Back When - The Theatre’s Name Isn’t Paramount – Douglas Towne
  • Wallace and Ladmo: Pat McMahon’s Take on the Iconic Phoenix TV Show - John Bueker
  • Here Comes the Rabbit! The “Hare-y” Story of Greyhound Racing in Arizona - Jay Mark
  • Coolidge: A City That “Cottoned” to Twangy Music - Jim West
  • Fedoras, Fobs, and Feathered Hair: Men’s Construction Fashion Through the Years - William Horner
  • A-1 Beer: Arizona’s Preferred Mid-Century Adult Beverage – Douglas Towne
  • Building on the Past – 1963: Mesa House is a “Bonanza”
  • Architect’s Perspective: Celebration of Life Facilities - Doug Sydnor, FAIA
  • Digging Through the Archives – Construction Memorabilia – William Horner


Construction Around Arizona: Projects – People – Practices


  • Cruising Central – Then & Now - Jason Morris
  • Willmeng Construction breaks ground on Landing 202
  • Apartment Rentals Replace Retail at Scottsdale Airport - Peter Corbett
  • Palmer Development Breaks Ground on The Edge in Scottsdale
  • McCarthy Starts Construction on East Valley Elementary School
  • “A to Z” Memories of Phoenix’s Wagon Wheel Neighborhood - Douglas Towne
  • CHASSE’s Dilzer Advocates for Construction Industry - Alison Bailin
  • Honesty is the Best Environmental Policy - Michael Bernstein
  • Reaching out to the Next Generation: Concrete Heart Necklaces - Luke and Billie Snell


Advertising Insert:

  • A to Z Equipment Rentals & Sales Celebrates 60 Years


Vol. 9/2 - Mar/Apr 2020

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