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AGC New Mexico Presents

LEEDv4 – Green Associate Exam Preparation Class (Basic Level)

This intensive workshop focuses on LEED version 4 fundamentals, covering sustainability topics related to green building best practices. This course will assist industry professionals in understanding the key concepts of LEED and provide them with the essentials to pass the LEEDv4 Green Associate exam. Study materials and resources will be provided.

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STP-Unit 2: Communication (2015 Edition)

New Look, Same Great Service!

To our valued customers; construction is almost complete on our new website. We have a new home page, news section, and more opportunities for advertising your company.

Don't worry though, after you login, you'll still have all the same great tools and features you're used to.

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New Housing Community Set to Go Up in Tucson

After years of false starts, a site once owned by the Tucson Unified School District is on the verge of becoming a new residential community with 56 homes anticipated.

The property at 8950 E. Wrightstown Road has for decades been occupied by the Wrightstown Elementary School. That school was closed by the TUSD in 2010 and has since been vandalized.

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New Catholic Church to Be Built in Santa Teresa

Exactly one year after it was established by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces, the St. John Paul II Church has announced plans to build a new church. Until now, the church has been holding services in a gymnasium inside the YMCA William Clarke Snow Complex at 6400 Mason Farms Road.

But because the Santa Teresa congregation has been growing during the last year, church officials have been looking for a site for building a permanent church. Now the church has received an anonymous donation of a vacant 9.8-acre site at the corner of Borderland and McNutt roads.

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New Albuquerque Sports Complex Gets Initial Green Light

A plan to develop 81.3 acres for the construction of a combined baseball and softball complex has received both zoning and site plan approval from Albuquerque’s Environmental Planning Commission.

The complex will go up south of Arroyo Vista Boulevard, north of Ladera Drive, on land that the city purchased in the spring of 2014 for the express purpose of seeing it used for sports and recreational purposes.

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New Denver Skyscraper Symbolizes Post-Recession Building Boom

An application has been submitted for building a new 12,800 square foot restaurant at the peak of the Sandia Mountains.

The site is already the home of the High Finance Restaurant and Tavern, which was built in the late 1960s at a cost of $300,000 and was originally called the Summit House.

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Legal Constructs

Dena WurmanBreach of Contract

In March 2014, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) sued one of its most highly compensated executives for misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract after he resigned and took a job at its chief competitor, Zillow....
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RosEtta Greene Sales Associate 
Construction Reporter LLC
1609 2nd St. NW 
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: (505) 243-9793


 Thanks to all of you who attended last time!

 Rochelle Williams, Owner
Construction Reporter