Alanté’s Coordinated Healthcare Solution

by RaeAnne Marsh

Virtual healthcare continues to evolve, and Alanté has entered that space as an integrated healthcare solution that aims to create both better quality of life for the patient and peace of mind for the family. Providing coordinated and integrated care services for a patient and the patient’s family under the direction of the patient’s physician, the Scottsdale-based company is … [More]

Resimercial Trending as Workplace Design

by Wendi Stallings

With all the social and economic change happening over the past year, most industries are in a state of disruption, and commercial real estate is no exception. While many of the trends we are anticipating for the next several years are not entirely new concepts, the overarching trend is that companies will need to evolve in order to stay relevant.  For the commercial office … [More]

New Mesa Entertainment District to Include a Surf Lagoon

by Mike Hunter

A new entertainment destination recently broke ground in Mesa. Cannon Beach will be a 37-acre surf, shop, gym and multi-use development. The project by Cannon Beach Developers, two and a half years in design and development, will bring the ocean to Arizona in a place unlike any other in the state. The oasis, located at the cross streets of Power and Warner roads in Mesa, will … [More]

Back to School – Trends in K-12 Construction

by Alison Bailin Batz

For many, elementary school classes were in portables, lunch was held in a boxy multi-purpose room and technology meant the chance to play Oregon Trail. And we loved it! Today’s students, however, just have way cooler schools, thanks in great part to innovation.  According to Patrick Sheppard of CHASSE Building Team, a key component of design today is collaborative spaces, … [More]

Sale of Agave Center, Scottsdale, Sets Record

by Mike Hunter

The recent sale of Agave Center at $9.775 million sale and 6.2% CAP, brokered by Colliers International, represents a record per-square-foot rate for an unanchored Scottsdale shopping center. The 2.46-acre shopping complex, with 16,038 square feet of retail space and positioned at the highly trafficked intersection of Scottsdale Road and Acoma Drive, is 100% occupied by local … [More]

Water Feature Sets Off The BLVD Development in Avondale 

by Mike Hunter

A new water feature project, which recently broke ground at the corner of Avondale Blvd. and W. Dale Earnhardt Dr., in Avondale, will be the showpiece at The BLVD, an exciting new development along Avondale Boulevard. The project will include two signature-entrance water features, a one-acre lake, koi pond, splash pad, pedestrian bridges and inviting landscaping. Once … [More]

Denver-based Company to Build Chandler Connection

by Mike Hunter

Marking its entry into the Phoenix industrial market, Denver-based Comunale Properties has selected Stevens-Leinweber Construction to build Chandler Connection, a 201,000-square-foot, Class A industrial building immediately adjacent to the Chandler Municipal Airport in Chandler, Arizona. Construction is scheduled to begin July 2021, with an anticipated completion during first … [More]

Steve Maderazzo Builds Canyon State Electric on Perseverance and Technology

by Rachel Eroh

The electrical construction industry looked very different in the 1970s. Processes that are streamlined now were much more time-consuming 43 years ago without the help of the technology we have today. However, nothing could deter Steve Maderazzo, then in his mid-20s, from starting a company from scratch and in 1978 Canyon State Electric was founded. Despite having no … [More]

Residential Proxy Prevents Intellectual Property Violations

by Karolis Toleikis

Tech-savvy retailers are utilizing IP address hopping to improve their website performance and grow their operations scale. While the technology helps genuine brands thrive, it could simultaneously be giving away a significant share of their business to counterfeit frauds. What we are seeing is, with most physical stores closing down due to COVID-19 and online traffic … [More]

Persefoni Creates Intelligent Carbon Tracking Software

by Mike Hunter

As companies worldwide strive to fight climate change by curbing carbon emissions, they lack the tools for calculating and reporting organizational carbon footprints with the same confidence that they manage their financial transactions. Persefoni provides companies across all industries and sectors a detailed picture of their carbon footprint to improve understanding of how … [More]

COVID Has Impacted the Nutrition of Your Employees

by Maya Nahra

Eating right rarely is due to a lack of knowledge. One could argue too much nutrition knowledge pushes people into confusion and furthers the issue of poor nutrition habits. After having spent 12 years as a registered dietitian in health coaching for medium to large organizations, there’s one thing I know for sure: Most people know what to eat to be healthy; doing it is an … [More]

Making Healthcare More Accessible

by Nathan Lamberth

Technology has transformed life as we knew it in many ways, though the change has accelerated with the once-in-a-century health crisis. Digital connections are giving way to a virtual workplace, remote learning and more online shopping. But the impact of technology doesn’t end there. It is also how we visit the doctor, whether it’s for a wellness check-up, the flu or a … [More]

Wellbeing at Work

by Mike Hunter

What if the next global crisis is a mental health pandemic? It is here now. One-third of Americans have shown signs of clinical anxiety or depression, and the current state of suffering globally has risen significantly. The mental health pandemic manifests everywhere, not least in the workplace. As organizations around the world face health and social crises, as well as … [More]

Managing Employees Without Fear

by Mike Hunter

Managing without fear is the ability to make personnel decisions, from hiring to separations and everything in between, without fear of breaking the law and with the goal of creating a work environment employer and employees are proud to be part of. Adam Rosenthal expertly delivers every manager’s comprehensive, go-to practical guide for managing a legally compliant workplace … [More]

Leading at a Distance

by Mike Hunter

Although working remotely is not new, the global pandemic has placed virtual work at the center of everyday life. And it has thrust workforce strategies to the core of business operations globally. As the shift toward large-scale virtual work continues to grow and become a permanent fixture — by some estimates, 30% of the workforce will be working virtually — leaders must … [More]

Increased Longevity and the Impact on Retirement Planning

by Jason Romero

Over the last several decades, our life expectancy rate has continually increased. Today, the average expectancy is around 80 years in the United States. The U.S. Census Bureau projects longer life expectancy for decades to come. By the year 2060, life expectancy is projected to have continued its steady increase.  In addition to this forward-looking projection, life … [More]

Contract Dispute Resolution Provisions Are Not One-Size-Fits-All

by Andrea Marconi

As businesses focus on growth in the post-COVID future, this is a good time to take stock of legal affairs. It is important for companies to review their legal health and contracts from time to time to ensure that all appropriate legal protections are in place and properly documented. When contracts are updated or new ones drafted, however, the focus is often centered on key … [More]

Teaming Up with the Business Community to Achieve Bold Community Goals

by Carla Vargas Jasa

A little over a year after the rampant rise of COVID-19, there’s hope on the horizon. Vaccination programs continue to roll out and the next round of stimulus checks are reaching many Arizona families. Although there is light at the end of the tunnel, recovery efforts could take years. Additionally, the pandemic shone a bright light on health and economic disparities, … [More]

2021 Tesla Model Y

by Mike Hunter

The 2021 Tesla Model Y is a fully electric small SUV-almost-crossover. Roomy and built with all the bells and “technology” of a Tesla, the Model Y will bring the future to the driving experience.  With an overnight charge at home, this Tesla will wake up to a full battery every morning. And when on the road, it’s easy to plug in along the way — at any public station or with … [More]

Eye-to-Eye Impact 

by Mark Quinn

Eye contact is essential for human connection, every time you make eye contact, you get a small dose of oxytocin, drawing you in. Effective eye contact can be instrumental to someone pitching a proposal to the executive team, landing a deciding sale for the month, nailing the interview for a dream job or compassionately connecting with a patient. Amazingly, research shows it … [More]

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