More stories about Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ

  • Why job-order contracting beats lowest bid even in a recession

  • Web Extras 8/1/2010

    Click here for water utility plans, energy saving measures, trade show information, and additional content from this month's issue!

  • Remote fleet operation expands regionally

    Arizona city services the vehicles of 30 local, county, state, and federal agencies.

  • The challenge of a lifetime

    In the shadow of one of last century's greatest civil projects, designers and engineers forged a bypass out of river and rock in one of the nation's most unforgiving environments. Here's how they did it.

  • Masters of integration

    Preparing for life after build-out, a combined water/wastewater utility maximizes supply by piggybacking on an airport expansion.

  • Big league brokering

    An Arizona city develops the nation's largest spring training facility

  • Talking Trenchless

    Static pipe bursting adapts to different materials.

  • What lies beneath

    Arizona wastewater utility makes historical discovery.

  • The domino effect

    You know money's tight when police and fire have to fight for their share of general revenues. Just five years ago, state and local tax revenues experienced the largest single-year increase in 15 years; and National League of Cities members were least likely to cut public safety services to close a...

  • Intelligent interaction

    Although building information modeling (BIM) is a powerful tool on any project, contractors particularly like the ability to include nonstructural elements and further expand what the model can facilitate.