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Vol. 13/1 -  Jan/Feb 2024

Table of Contents:



  • From the Editor: Lost Neon Outposts of Downtown Phoenix - Douglas Towne
  • Contributor Profiles: Andrew Atkinson & Bill Tippett
  • Back When - Giddy-Up to Porters Saddle Shop - Douglas Towne
  • Skousen: Three Generations of Arizona Road Contractors - Douglas Towne
  • Taking Phoenix to the Next Level: Porters Western Wear Store – Douglas Towne
  • Dicey Construction: The Security Building’s Scandalous Financing Scheme - Douglas Towne
  • The Heart of Phoenix: Three Iterations of the Hotel Adams - Douglas Towne
  • Building on the Past - 1960: Banking on the Future of Downtown Phoenix
  • Architect’s Perspective - Arizona’s Round Architecture - Doug Sydnor, FAIA
  • Digging Through the Archives – W.R. Skousen and His Blue-Ribbon Blacktop Crews - William Horner


Construction Around Arizona: Projects – People – Practices

  • Revving Up: Cliff Co’s New Workshop Keeps the Valley’s Biggest Machines Running - Jeff Kronenfeld
  • Chasse Set to Build John S. McCain III Elementary School in Buckeye - Alison Bailin
  • Faciliteq Completes Five55 Melrose in Midtown Phoenix
  • Excavators Delicately Probe Arizona’s Past - Bill Tippett
  • Katerra Creates A “Kenection” in Downtown Phoenix - Douglas Towne
  • We Have Contractors’ Backs: INSURICA Southwest - Andrew Atkinson
  • Former Ace Asphalt Superintendent Wyatt “Two-Step” Roer Dies at 60
  • History of the Fireproof Hotel - Luke M. Snell, P.E.
  • Business Perils of Environmental Negligence - Michael Bernstein

Vol. 13/1 - Jan/Feb 2024

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