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Vol. 13/3 -  May/Jun 2024

Table of Contents:



  • From the Editor: A “Concrete” Wildlife Encounter in Washington - Douglas Towne
  • Contributor Profiles: James Logan Abell & Heather Roberts
  • Saluting Arizona’s Builders: Emery Harper
  • Back When - The Time the Madhouse on McDowell Put on a Happy Face - Douglas Towne
  • A Hauling and Lifting Success: H&R Transfer and Storage - Billy Horner
  • Elvis Baker: The “King” Behind Mid-State Truck & Rigging - Billy Horner
  • Facilitator of Ideas: Herbert W. Schneider, FAIA - James Logan Abell
  • Hit the Road: The Evolution of Arizona’s Streets and Highways - Heather Roberts
  • Petrol Pipedreams: Arizona’s Oil Boom Produced Only Gullible Investors - Douglas Towne
  • Old School Equipment: The Eagle Loader: An Elevating Option Before Paddlewheel Scrapers - Billy Horner
  • Building on the Past - 1980 Railcar Dining at McDonald‘s - Douglas Towne
  • Architect’s Perspective - Payson: Architecture Among the Trees - Doug Sydnor, FAIA
  • Digging Through the Archives – The Heavy Hauling Career of Dick Baker - Billy Horner


Construction Around Arizona: Projects – People – Practices


  • Prince 10 Looks to Change Tucson’s Freeway Image
  • Gorman Completes Phoenix Apartment Complex with Help from A Good Neighbor
  • McCarthy Celebrates Completion of Arizona Western College’s Matador Activity Center
  • Haydon Builds Fun at Queen Creek Recreation and Aquatics Center
  • McCarthy Tops Out Skilled Trades Building at Central Arizona College
  • CHASSE Breaks Ground on Tuscany at Gabriella Pointe in Gilbert
  • Bringing Back Lost Valley Landmarks: The Art of Aaron Stouffer - Douglas Towne
  • Aggregates for Concrete Part 2: Minimum-Sized Aggregates - Luke M. Snell P.E.
  • Construction Tech and Digital Tools: Revolutionizing Efficiency and Collaboration - Ro Bhatia
  • How To Disrupt the Global Construction Equipment Market - Alastair Hayfield
  • Tips for a Safer Job Site - The Utility Expo

Vol. 13/3 - May/Jun 2024

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