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Vol. 6/4 - Winter 2017





From the Editor: New Windsor Hotel Offers Phoenix’s Oldest Lodgings - Douglas Towne

Contributor Profiles: John Bueker and Donna Reiner

Back When: From Casa to Condos at Phoenix Towers - Douglas Towne

Jeanette E. Daley: More Than a Concrete Woman - Donna Reiner, PhD

The Rise and Fall (and Rise?) Of Metrocenter - John Bueker

A Fort by Any Other Name: Route 66’s “Courageous” Pancake House - Douglas Towne

Building on the Past: 1952: Alta Vista Subdivision and Shopping Center

Architect’s Perspective:  Pierson Miller Ware and Associates: Systems Coordination - Doug Sydnor

Digging Through the Archives: Railroad Spur Sparks South Phoenix Expansion - William Horner


Construction Around Arizona: Projects – People – Practices:


Luxury Student Housing “RISES” in Tempe - Douglas Towne

Alta Apartments Replace Historic Macayo’s - Douglas Towne

Peoria Hopes Distillery First Step in a Spirited Revitalization of Historic Core - Tom Gibbons

Tempe’s University Square Construction Rises to Challenges - Joe Jacquez

Legacy of Phoenix’s Agricultural Past Given Update - Douglas Towne

PebbleBam: Interview with Kassidy Hounslow, Head Honcho - Christia Gibbons

The Field-Cured Concrete Cylinder - Luke M. Snell




Southwestern Scale Celebrates 70 Years

Vol. 6/4 - Winter 2017

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