Flinn-Brown Fellowship Leaders Named


The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership at the Flinn Foundation has selected the 2022 Flinn-Brown Fellows, 27 leaders who will participate in Arizona’s most prestigious leadership program on state policy and politics. Members of the 14th cohort of Flinn-Brown Fellows, bringing together diverse political perspectives, experience, and policy interests, currently serve in … [More]

Arizona-Based EPS Group Named Design Firm of the Year by ENR Southwest

EPS Group

Following a milestone year in 2021, Arizona-based civil engineering firm EPS Group was named Southwest Design Firm of the Year by ENR in its annual look at the Top Design Firms in the region. Based in Mesa, with offices in Phoenix and Tucson, EPS Group recently held a ribbon cutting/grand opening celebration for its new market office in Loveland, Colorado. The company hired … [More]

Phoenix Office Construction Downshifts

by Adriana Marinescu

The Phoenix office market witnessed both highs and lows in the first quarter of 2022, according to CommercialEdge. Office construction slowed down across the metro in Q1, as only 1 million square feet of office space was underway as of March, an amount representing 0.8 percent of stock; the national pipeline had reached 2.2 percent. In the same period, completions accounted for … [More]

Jones, Skelton & Hochuli Elects Six Partners


Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, PLC is pleased to announce Kristin W. Basha, Anne Holmgren, John Lierman, Fernando C. Palomares, Ravi Patel, and Robert E. M. Smith have been elected to the firm’s partnership, effective May 1. Meet each of the firm’s newest partners below. Kristin W. Basha (Phoenix) Kristin is an attorney in the firm’s Medical Malpractice Trial Group with … [More]

Park Central Continues Growth With New On-Site Life Sciences Hub

Rick McCartney

A life sciences boom is underway in midtown Phoenix, making healthcare and bioscience among the fastest-growing industries in the greater Phoenix marketplace — and Park Central is at the heart of it, with plans for a new life sciences hub on site. The project’s development team has created an exciting conceptual design for an 80,000-square-foot life sciences facility in the … [More]

Arizona Energy Providers and State Universities Join Forces to Pursue a Carbon-Neutral Economy


As we reported last week, four Arizona energy providers and the state’s three public universities are forming a new, interdisciplinary coalition with the goal of attaining a carbon neutral economy in Arizona. Faced with the complexity of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across economic sectors, and the urgency to respond to the climate crisis, this coalition will combine … [More]

APS Adding New Clean Energy Resources to Power Historic Growth in Arizona


As more people and companies move in record numbers to the state, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) customers will have cleaner electricity to power their lives and businesses through a new 2022 All Source Request for Proposals (RFP). Since announcing its Clean Energy Commitment in 2020, the utility is adding more than one gigawatt (GW) of clean energy resources to its diverse … [More]

Staffing Service Streamlines Hiring Process for Remote Work Companies


Two years ago the sudden onset of the pandemic forced over 70% of American workers to transition to remote work. However, with a regained sense of normalcy, employers are finding it not so simple to return to the office with rising business costs at the forefront of the battle. As we head into the post-pandemic future, Scottsdale-based company, Remote Raven, recently announced … [More]

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