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THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT NewsCommercial Property Commercial LandReal Estate Transactions Real EstateNewsEventsCompaniesAffiliates SpaceNewsFeatured ProjectsPre-Bid ProjectsActive ProjectsPost-Bid ProjectsConstructionJULY 2021VOLUME NO. 02ISSUE NO. 05Find the Drumstick for a DEAL ona new magazine subscription!Learn more > Continue reading cover story >NEW MEXICOREAL ESTATENEW MEXICO CONSTRUCTIONGas station chain Speedway putsNew Mexico real estate up forauction > Growing Los Lunas School to SeeRenovation > NEW MEXICOSPACEVirgin Galactic's commercialspace flights hit with four monthdelay > NEW MEXICOWEEDFEEDAdvisory Committee MembersNamed For NM Cannabis ControlDivision > WHERE'STHE DRUMSTICK?LAS CRUCES ANNOUNCES PLANS FORTHE RENOVATION OF MUCH-USED SKATE PARKSTATE APPROVES $845,000 FOR THE PARK’S RENOVATIONTHE BUILTENVIRONMENTSPOTLIGHTAMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORSASSOCIATION AWARDS SHOW TOHIGHLIGHT EXCELLENCE ININDUSTRY > RETURN TO NAVIGATION >

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Contractors, subcontractors, architects,engineers, and vendors are among those in adozen different categories and more whowill be paid tribute at the upcomingAmerican Subcontractors Association—NewMexico annual awards show.To be held at the Sandia Resort and Casinoon August 20, the event is designed to put aspotlight on both individuals and companiessingled out for “excellence andprofessionalism in their fields.” A significant amount of time and effort goesinto the event, notes Gia Espinoza, executivedirector of the New Mexico chapter of theAmerican Subcontractors Association.The process, she says, “takes severalmonths, and begins with the NominatingCommittee reaching out to our members fortheir nominations.”With a criterion for the nomination in everydesignated category, the committee thenevaluates the received nominations in thebrave task of narrowing those nominationsdown to 5 to 7 per category.Then things become, if anything, even moreintense as the nominating committeepresents the names to the group’s board ofdirectors for a vote.Hardly a top-heavy effort, the companies andindividuals winning the board’s stamp ofapproval are then presented to the fullmembership as a ballot, resulting in a winnerand first runner up in every category.While industry award programs riskbecoming dry affairs, the ASANM makesthings lively through the creation of a themedshow designed to have fun with some aspectof the construction business.This year the theme is “The Game of Clue,” anapt metaphor for daily life on a site.“The Game of Clue was chosen because yougo to a jobsite and it’s a constant mystery:‘Where is my change order?’ ‘Where is mydelivery?’ ‘Where is my hammer?’” notesEspinoza.The titles for past awards show themes arepractically self-explanatory and include“Building with the Stars,” “The Big BuildTheory,” and “Legos—Where It All Began.” A pre-show cocktail hour, dinner, door prizes,room decorations, DJ music celebrating thetheme of the show, all add to an event thatthis year is expected to see up to 300 andmore industry attendees.2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.THIS WEEKS SPOTLIGHT: AMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORS ASSOCIATIONAWARDS SHOW TO HIGHLIGHT EXCELLENCE ININDUSTRYBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/18/2021BUILTENVIRONMENT4VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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This year’s nominees not only reflect thediversity of ASANM’s categories, but thewide-ranging diversity of the industry itself.In the Large General Contractor of the Year(50 or more employees) category, thenominees are: Bradbury StammConstruction, HB Construction, the JaynesCorporation, JB Henderson Construction,and Klinger Constructors.Enterprise Builders Corporation, First MesaConstruction, Franken Construction, KLHouse Construction, SDV Construction,Summit Construction, and ThompsonConstruction make up this year’s SmallGeneral Contractor of the Year (under 50employees). In the Member of the Year category this yearcan be found: Jarred McMahon with REDW;Jennifer Doherty of the National RoofingCompany; Margaret Karler with MillerBonded Incorporated; Roy Moya of PrimeElectric; Shasta Erickson, also of MillerBonded; and Will Burke of the BurkeInsurance Group. The Small Project of the Year, under $5million, includes Enterprise BuildersCorporation’ Academy Dental; JB HendersonConstruction’s Deionized DI Polish System;Whiting Turner’s Fresenius Kidney Care inFarmington; Enterprise’s Optimum TI; andthe Jayne Corporation’s Sandia Resort andCasino/Bein Shur Restaurant renovation. In the $5 million and above Large Project ofthe Year category: ESI Constructors for theBen E. Keith New Distribution Center; HBConstruction for the Bernalillo CountyGovernment Center at Alvarado Square; theBrycon Corporation for the CNMMarketplace;Enterprise Builders for the FFCU CorporateBranch; KL House Construction for the KAFBSpace Vehicle Component Development Lab;Enterprise Builders for the APS Lowell WestComplex; and the Jaynes Corporation for theSandia Resort and Casino Hotel renovation.Dekker Perich Sabatini, FBT Architects,McClain + Yu Architecture & Design, SMPCArchitects; and The Deign Group are allnominated for the Architect of the Year.In the General Contractor Superintendent ofthe Year category comes Alfredo Torres withEnterprise Builders Corporation; Doug Peelwith KL House Construction; Eric Matthewsof HB Construction; Isaac Sedillo with JBHenderson; Joshua Uzueta with BradburyStamm; and Sam Burns with the JaynesCorporation.Brent Callahan with Klinger Construction;Andrew Konnick with HB Construction; JaredVigil with Enterprise Builders; John Lerchwith JB Henderson Construction; MarkMaestas with Klinger Constructors; MyraVillalobos with SDV Construction; andPatrick Aragon with the Jaynes Corporationhave all been nominated for GeneralContractor Project Manager of the Year.In the Engineer of the Year category: BGBuilding Works; Bohannon Huston; KraemerConsulting Engineers; Testudo Engineering;and Tipton Engineering.For Vendor of the Year: Ahern Rentals; BurkeInsurance Group; Energy Balance &Integration; Fairway, Inc.; Highway Supply;REDW; and Safety Counseling Inc.2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENT5VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Six companies have been nominated in theLarge Subcontractor of the Year/50 Or MoreEmployees category: JTC, Inc,; Miller Bonded;Ray’s Flooring Specialists; SouthwestAbatement; The Noel Company; WesternStates Fire Protection; and YearoutMechanical. In the Small Subcontractor of the Year/Under50 Employees are the following companies:ARI Graphix; the G & H ConstructionCompany; Groundhog Excavating; PrimeElectric; Sealant Specialists; ServePro of RioRancho/Sandoval County & ServePro ofSouthern Albuquerque; and Slinky’sInstallation, Incorporated.Nominated in the General ContractorExcellence in Safety Award category:Bradbury Stamm Construction; EnterpriseBuilders Corporation; Fortis Construction;the Jaynes Corporation; JB HendersonConstruction; and SDV Construction, Inc.And, finally, the Subcontractor Excellence inSafety Award nominees: Custom Grading,Inc.; G&H Construction Company; JaynesStructures; Miller Bonded Incorporated;Southwest Abatement; Western States FireProtection; and Yearout Mechanical. 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENT6VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05---ASANM 2021 ANNUALINDUSTRY AWARDSFRIDAY AUGUST 20, 2021 COCKTAIL HOUR BEGINS AT 5:30 PMJOIN US AS WE UNBOX THE MYSTERIES!VIEW THIS EVENTCOMING UP: NM, AZ, & COECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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Sarah Motsingersarahm@constructionreporter.comOwner / Managing PartnerRebecca Taylorrebecca@constructionreporter.comReporterRosEtta Greenerosetta@constructionreporter.comGeneral ManagerGarry BoulardBIO: Garry Boulard (born 1953) is areporter and author whose work hasappeared in the New York Times, LosAngeles Times, Christian ScienceMonitor, Chicago Tribune and Times-Picayune, among other publications.CLICK HERE TO READ MOREWriterCarrie Bagleycarrie@constructionreporter.comReporterJoshua Lovatojosh@constructionreporter.comIT Specialist & Reprographics TechnicianJoshua Cutlerjcutler@constructionreporter.comManaging EditorShannon Ryanshannon@constructionreporter.comReporterSteve Adamssteve@constructionreporter.comOwner / Managing PartnerJordan Adamsjordan@constructionreporter.comAssistant2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.THE TEAMBUILTENVIRONMENTLEARN MORE ABOUT US! FAVORITE THING TO COOK?4901 MCLEOD NE ,STE 200AALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109(505) 243-9793MAGAZINE@CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COMWWW.CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COMWHERE'S THE DRUMSTICK?CONSTRUCTION REPORTER MEMBER'S: FIND THEDRUMSTICK RECEIVE 50% DISCOUNT ON NEWMAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION! NON MEMBERS: FIND THE DRUMSTICK RECEIVE30% DISCOUNT ON NEW MAGAZINESUBSCRIPTION! IF YOU FIND THE DRUMSTICK SEND US AN EMAILAT MAGAZINE@CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER.COMOR GIVE US A CALL AT (505) 243-9793*Must be a new subscriber to qualify for discount. 7VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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CONSTRUCTION REPORTER &THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT NEW MEMBERS & SUBSCRIBERSBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.GET THE BEST PLAN FOR YOUR CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS & START THAT NEXT PROJECT!C lick here to try our planroom services free for 3 days8VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05YellowstoneLandscapePO Box 10597Albuquerque, NM 87184Ph: 505-898-9615RKL Sales 4417 Corrales RoadCorrales, NM 87048Ph: 505-837-2262FRA Mechanical LLC 5916 Los Ritos CtAlbuquerque, NM 87120Ph: 505-803-0379Jaynes Structures2906 Broadway Blvd NEAlbuquerque, NM 87107Ph: 505-345-8591DynamicConstruction andTechnology LLC487 Desert Bluff Dr SWAlbuquerque, NM 87121

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING NEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'llpost it here! BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.9VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05CONSTRUCTIONREPROTER MEMBER, SDV CONSTRUCTION OFFERINGSIGNING BONUSES FOR NEW EMPLOYEESBy SDV Construction | Contact: Dave Magee (505) 883-3176, dave@sdvconstruction.comALBUQUERQUE – August 2, 2021 – SDV Construction,New Mexico’s largest veteran-owned business and aleading general contractor, is seeking superintendents,journeymen and carpenters. In addition to competitivesalaries and benefits, the company has recentlyannounced two unique perks – signing bonuses as well asthe opportunity to work four 10-hour shifts, providing forthree-day weekends. Newly hired Superintendents will receive a $5,000 signingbonus payable over two years (25% payable after 90 days,25% after six months, 25% after one year and 25%payable after two years) and other new employees will receive a $1,000 signing bonus (50% payable after 90 days and the remaining 50% after six months).“Once people join our team, it is rare for them to leave,” said Paul Farless, SDV Construction CEO. “Butwith so many new projects coming to New Mexico, the labor pool is tight. We want to sweeten the deal, toattract the right people to our great organization.”SDV also offers other benefits unavailable by most construction firms including paid parental andbereavement leave.“Our employees are like family to us,” Farless added. “Of course, when a family member needs time offduring a birth or a death, we are there for them, so it makes sense for us to provide these paid benefits forour work family.” SDV is currently seeking to fill four open superintendent jobs and four open journeyman and carpenterpositions. Interested applicants should have at least five years’ experience and go to:https://www.sdvconstruction.com/join-our-teamABOUT SDV ConstructionEstablished in 2005, SDV Construction®, Inc. is an award winning, certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that provides construction services to clients throughout the southwest. SDV is theonly New Mexico-based General Contractor to be recognized by Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.(ABC) as an Accredited Quality Contractor (AQC). Clients include Albuquerque Public Schools, theDepartment of Energy, New Mexico Game & Fish, University of New Mexico, PNM and Spaceport America.Paul Farless, president and CEO of SDV Construction

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING NEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'llpost it here! BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.10VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05WEST CENTRAL ROUTE 66 VISITOR CENTEREnterprise Builders Corporation Luis Hernandez Jr., Executive Director at WestCentral Community Development Grouprecently went out to 9 Mile Hill to check out theprogress on the West Central Route 66 VisitorCenter which is on schedule to be completed inJune of 2022. We're delighted to be a part of thishistoric project!The Enterprise Builders professionals leading thisbuild are Project Superintendent Jim Peterson,Project Manager Jared Vigil, and Senior ProjectAssistant April Leon Guerrero.Project Architect: Mullen Heller Architecture, PCCONSTRUCTIONREPROTER MEMBER APIC SOLUTIONS MAKES THEANNUAL INC. 5000 LISTAPIC Solutions, Albuquerque Business FirstAPIC Solutions ranks No. 2,551 on the Inc.5000 list with revenue growth of 163%over the past three years. The electricalconstruction and electrical systemscompany was founded in 2012 and workswith government, education, health care,property management, gaming andcommercial industries.Continue reading full article >

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INDUSTRY BRIEFING NEW MEXICOShare with us your company's good news! We'llpost it here! BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.11VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05BERNALILLO COUNTY @ ALVARADO SQUARE MAKES PUBLIC DEBUTBy Julia Ellis, HB Construction ABQ Journal- Starting today, Bernalillo Countyresidents are invited to come Downtown, parkfor free across the street at Fifth and Silver, andfor the first time ever, enter one building to dobusiness with the clerk, assessor, treasurer,probate judge, commission, Planning &Development and more at 415 Silver Ave. SW.View article > ARNOLD DEAGUERO, MS - PROMOTIONGeneral Manager at RoofCAREArnold DeAguero has been named General Managerof RoofCARE, a full-service commercial roofingcontractor serving New Mexico and Texas. As generalmanager, he will oversee operations, sales, andproduction in RoofCARE’s Albuquerque, Santa Fe, LasCruces, and Carlsbad, New Mexico branches. In hisnew role, DeAguero will be responsible for thedevelopment, training, and coaching of all staff in thefour New Mexico branches. Congratulations to Arnoldon his expanded role.

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EVENTCALENDARAUGUST 2021BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Please call Steve or Josh at (505) 243-9793 or email us at magazine@constructionreporter.com to submit an event. CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER EVENTS FREE WEBINARSTBACLICK HERE TO REGISTER 13VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: ActivateNM: Get toMarket Faster! Engaging New Online Platformfor Startups - CLICK HERE5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: August Biz Gratis - MainEvent - Networking Event - CLICK HEREWEDNESDAY AUGUST 25THALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Ask the Expert: BusinessFunding - CLICK HERERIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER - VIEW CALENDAR4:30 PM - 5:30 PM: Veteran's Business SupportCoalition - CLICK HERESANTA FE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE- VIEW CALENDAR 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM: Ribbon Cutting - ComingHome Connection - CLICK HERENEW MEXICO REGULATION & LICENSINGDEPARTMENT - VIEW CALENDAR9:00 AM: Public Accountancy Board – Meeting- CLICK HERENEW MEXICO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - VIEW CALENDAR10:30 AM - 11:30 AM: New Bulk Payment Processfor New Mexico Utility Providers - CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 24THCREW NEW MEXICO - VIEW CALENDAR8:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Outreach Event-MembersOnly - CLICK HERE (MEMBERS ONLY)GREATER LAS CRUCES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE- VIEW CALENDAR5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: 2021 S.T.I.R. Socialize, Talk,Interact, Relate - CLICK HERE ALBUQUERQUE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- VIEW CALENDAR2:00 PM 5:00 PM: Building a Regional Economy:AED Ambassador Training Series - CLICK HERETHURSDAY AUGUST 26TH

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EVENTCALENDARAUGUST 2021BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Please call Steve or Josh at (505) 243-9793 or email us at magazine@constructionreporter.com to submit an event. CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER EVENTS FREE WEBINARSTBACLICK HERE TO REGISTER 15VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05CURRY COUNTYAUGUST 19TH12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Curry County Health CouncilMeeting - CLICK HEREAUGUST 26TH4:00 PM - 5:00 PM: DWI Task Force Meeting- CLICK HEREAUGUST 30TH9:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Special CommissionMeeting - CLICK HERECIBOLA COUNTYAUGUST 26TH5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: REGULAR COMMISSIONMEETING - CLICK HERELOS ALAMOS COUNTYAUGUST 19TH5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: Environmental SustainabilityBoard - CLICK HEREAUGUST 20TH3:00 PM - 4:30 PM: Resiliency Energy &Sustainability Task Force - CLICK HEREAUGUST 24TH6:00 PM - 10:00 PM: Council Work Session- CLICK HEREAUGUST 26TH5:30 PM - 7:00 PM: Art in Public Places AdvisoryBoard - CLICK HEREEDDY COUNTYAUGUST 25TH9:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Planning & DevelopmentCommittee Meeting - CLICK HERE LEA COUNTYAUGUST 19TH9:30 AM - 11:30 AM: LEA COUNTY BOARD OFCOUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING- CLICK HERESANTA FE COUNTYAUGUST 19TH11:00 AM: Santa Fe Regional EmergencyCommunications Center Board Meeting- CLICK HERE4:00 PM: Santa Fe County Planning CommissionMeeting - CLICK HERE

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AMERICAN SUBCONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.19VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05SEPTEMBER 9, 2021: STRESS MANAGEMENTOCTOBER 8, 2021: ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENTNOVEMBER 11, 2021: ALBUQUERQUE ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT DATES AND TOPICS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. (INFORMATION PROVIDED BY ASA-NM’S EDUCATION,AWARDS AND GOLF COMMITTEES)ASANM 2021 ANNUALINDUSTRY AWARDSFRIDAY AUGUST 20, 2021 COCKTAIL HOUR BEGINS AT 5:30 PMJOIN US AS WE UNBOX THE MYSTERIES!SAVE THE DATEVIEW THIS EVENTASA IS OFFERING DALECARNEGIE LEADERSHIPTRAININGSpecial Member Pricing– Shorter training sessions and specialASA Member rate to get all your leaders back on the job withworld classCLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATIONNEW MEXICOCONSTRUCTION SAFETYCOALITION (CSC) New Mexico Construction Safety Coalition (CSC) September2, 2021 8:00am-10:00am. Via Zoom meeting.Mental Health in the Workplace presented by Christy Kane PhD,CMHCClick here for more information.RSVP to memberservices@asa-nm.org(Information provided by the CSC Steering Committee)CITY COUNCILCANDIDATE FORUMAugust 30, 2021 noon to 1:15 pm (Doors will open at 11:30 am)Representatives from Districts 1,3, 5, 7 and 9 will be present.Click here for more informationRegister online hereASANM is a co-host for this event.

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2021Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.21VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Construction Official Warns that Holding the Much-NeededInfrastructure Measure Hostage to Unrelated PartisanPriorities will Hurt the Economy and Deny Workers GoodCareer OpportunitiesThe chief executive officer of the Associated GeneralContractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued thefollowing statement in reaction to the passage in the Senatetoday of a bipartisan infrastructure measure:The new infrastructure measure passed by the Senate todayprovides much-needed new federal investments in a widerange of infrastructure projects. These investments will helpgenerate new demand for construction services, equipment,and materials...Continue reading > This is AGC’s premier fundraising event aimed atstrengthening relationships and helping AGC NewMexico develop and sustain its member-drivenprograms.The proceeds from the tournament allow AGC NewMexico to advocate for the commercial constructionindustry on your behalf and across our state. Our topmember-driven priorities remain: promoting excellencein workforce development, worksite safety, and publicpolicy advocacy that generates more economicopportunity and reduces regulatory costs.Now, more than ever, our Association must worktogether to lead and grow our industry.Notice of cancellation should be made to the AGC NewMexico..... by phone (505-842-1462); fax (505-842-1980) or by e-mail (Ksoto@agc-nm.org) AGC EVENT CALENDAR2021AGC CONSTRUCTION IMPACT MODELFRIDAY AUGUST 20TH8:30 AM - 19TH ANNUAL AGC LEGENDS GOLF 2021 - CLICK HERE WELCOME TO 20TH ANNUALAGC LEGENDS GOLF 2021FRIDAY, AUGUST 20TH, 2021VIEW THIS EVENTAGC has partnered with a leading regional economist, BrianLewandowski of the University of Colorado Boulder, to createAGC's Construction Impact Model. The model is a tool that canbe used by members, chapters, policy makers andresearchers to understand the economic impact ofinfrastructure investment by state.Learn more > HOUSE OFFICIALS SHOULDQUICKLY PASS BIPARTISANINFRASTRUCTURE MEASUREAPPROVED TODAY BY THE SENATE,CONSTRUCTION OFFICIAL URGESTHURSDAY NOVEMBER 11TH11:30 AM - 1:15 PM - ECONOMIC OUTLOOK LUNCHEON W/KEN SIMONSON, CHIEF ECONOMIST, AGC OF AMERICA - CLICK HERE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16TH4:00 PM - 7:00 AM - AGC ON TAP! - CLICK HERE

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2021Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.22VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Public Works Prevailing Wage RatesState Personnel Office (SPO) Policy on VaccineRequirements Guidance Document and ResourcesAGC of America – Webinar: Strategies to ImproveWorkplace Vaccination Rates and Preparing forVarious MandatesGood afternoon AGC NM Members & Industry Partners,Below you will find:Late last year, an appeal of the published 2021 publicworks prevailing wage rates was made, which requiredthe Department of Workforce Solutions to issue a stayon 2020 rates until a resolution on the appeal isreached.On July 27, the New Mexico Labor and IndustrialCommission heard the appeal of the published 2021public works prevailing wage rates. The Labor andIndustrial Commission held its meeting and hearingthrough Zoom teleconferencing due to the COVID-19pandemic. Subsequently, on July 29, the commission issued its finaldecision and order (attached), which stated that "basedon these findings of fact and conclusions of law, andbased on the applicable standard of review, a quorum ofthe Commission voted to affirm the Director'srulemaking action" and deny the appeal. The order also states that "the effective date of thisOrder is thirty (30) days from the date of signature ofthis Order." PUBLIC WORKS PREVAILINGWAGE RATES, IMPROVINGWORKFORCE VACCINATIONPERCENTAGES & NM SOP POLICYAND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS Executive Order 2021-046 - Executive Order 2021-046requires State employees to wear masks or facecoverings in accordance with the latest Public HealthOrder and requires State employees who are not fullyvaccinated to wear a mask at all times during theiremployment, with limited exceptions. It also requiresState employees to provide either proof of vaccination orproof of a COVID-19 test every week. Executive Order2021-046 also directs the State Personnel Office toprovide State agencies with guidance on theimplementation and administration of the Order. Guidance DocumentVault Health - The State of New Mexico is offering fastand accurate COVID-19 saliva testing, at no cost, to anyperson who feels they need a test.COVID-19 Integrated County View - COVID Data Tracker -Find maps and charts tracking cases, deaths, and trendsof COVID-19 in the United States, updated daily by 8 pm ETNew Mexico Statewide Immunization InformationSystem - Access YOUR Immunization RecordNew Mexico Department of Health Test SitesCurrent Public Health OrderCDC Guidance on Mask WearingAmended Executive Order 2021-046 and CorrespondingGuidanceLetter from New Mexico Regulation and LicensingDepartment (RLD):Dear New Mexico Licensee,As you are acutely aware, New Mexico has seen a resurgenceof new COVID-19 cases. Heading into the fall season, we mustall pull together to drive down the number of positive cases.Vaccines are the most effective method to prevent the spreadof COVID-19, but masks, social distancing, and self-isolationmeasures continue to be necessary to protect all NewMexicans. We should all continue to adhere to socialdistancing protocols to protect our employees, customersand our State as a whole.

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2021Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.23VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05As a reminder, the July 30, 2021, Public Health Orderfrom the New Mexico Department of Health providedthe following directives that impact you as a licensee: • It’s strongly recommended that all individuals complywith official recommendations from the Centers forDisease Control and Prevention (CDC).• All individuals are required to comply with anymandatory directives issued by the CDC regarding theuse of face masks.• Any business, establishment, or non-profit, whichmembers of the public regularly visit must report to theNew Mexico Environment Department when there is anoccurrence of four (4) or more rapid responses within afourteen (14) day period. For purposes of this directive,rapid responses are counted on a rolling basis.Additionally, healthcare, utility, and indigent careservices are excluded from this directive. • Businesses, establishments, or non-profits with fouror more rapid responses shall not be required to ceaseoperations. However, the rapid responses must bereported to the Environment Department so that thepublic may be aware of positive cases. • All businesses, establishments, and non-profit entitiesmust adhere to the pertinent COVID Safe Practices.Please, be safe for your business, your customers, youremployees, your family and your loved ones.Linda M. Trujillo, SuperintendentNew Mexico Regulation and Licensing DepartmentAGCA will be hosting a webinar—free for AGC members (SEEBELOW)—with Fischer Phillips attorneys on August 26 from12:00-1:00 p.m.MST entitled: Strategies to ImproveWorkplace Vaccination Rates and Preparing for VariousMandates. Fischer Philips has a great resource center onthese topics that AGCA has been granted permission to sharewith our members. There, you can find:• 5 Options for Employers Wanting to Improve VaccinationRates;• 50-State Chart on Vaccines, Exemptions, and Related StateIssues; and• Model vaccine policies for employers. AGCA is currently working on updating and packaging itsresources to create a COVID vaccine toolkit. We will sharethat toolkit with members when it is available. WebEd: Strategies to Improve Workplace Vaccination Ratesand Preparing for Various MandatesAugust 26, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm MSTMember Price: $0Non-Member Price: $49Register NowDescription:With the Delta-variant-fueled surge of COVID-19 casesleading to new CDC masking guidance, statewide mandates,uncertain federal contractor requirements, potential privateowner mandates, and the specter of further restrictions, youmay have a renewed interest in seeing the vaccination rate atyour worksite climb. But what can you do, legally andpractically, to help move that rate higher?Join Fisher Phillips attorneys for this interesting one-hourwebinar where we'll discuss ideas and options to improveworkforce vaccination percentages based on the latestinformation available.Speakers:Albert BrannenPartnerFisher Phillips LLPPatrick DennisonPartnerFisher Phillips LLP

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It's been an arduous year, but in uncertaintycomes opportunity. AGC worked hard tohelp members evaluate the confusing glut ofinformation by providing clear, concise andtimely communication during the pandemic.Construction Reporter's 'The BuiltEnvironment' was a valuable partner inassisting AGC and many others in deliveringtargeted construction industry information. AGC New Mexico's goal is to make sure theassociation's priorities and work reflectwhat our members face directly in themarket. This year, we met and continue toface unprecedented struggles as a result ofCOVID-19. AGC New Mexico's Board ofDirectors and members helped shape theassociation's response to the crisis. Weproactively coordinated and communicatedwith state officials in an on-going dialoguedesigned to support and lead our industrythrough this crisis. We were fortunately oneof the few industries allowed to operate inNM (See AGC NM's Letter to the Governor)because we remained vigilant in workingclosely with OSHA representatives. We’ve still got challenges ahead with a lack ofskilled workforce, proliferating materialsprice increases and supply chain disruptionsthat squeeze contractors and threaten toundermine economic recovery. We aredetermined to continue to advocate for theindustry and to identify opportunities to helpyou navigate these challenges. That’s whywe’ve introduced a new program to addressthe workforce shortage. In conjunction with AGC of Americalaunching a nationwide constructionrecruitment campaign, AGC New Mexico(AGC NM) & Associated Contractors of NewMexico (ACNM) combined efforts to launchand support a 'Construction is Essential'fundraising campaign. The message"Construction Is Essential" is designed toaddress two key facts. First, we will raiseawareness that the work constructionprofessionals of all levels perform is essentialto our economic prosperity, quality of life, andsecurity from man-made and natural threats. 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY LETTERFROM AGC NM By AGC New Mexico07/21/2021BUILTENVIRONMENT24VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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And second, as AGC saw in most parts of thecountry during the Spring 2020 lockdowns,construction is considered an essential sectorof the economy and construction careers aremore likely to be protected from futureeconomic shutdowns. We are excited to bringattention to the fact that construction playedan essential role during the pandemicmaintaining infrastructure, expandinghealthcare facilities, and keeping oureconomy running. As part of our 'Construction is Essential'campaign, we will be offering *free jobpostings* to AGC NM Members. Contactyour local AGC chapter to learn more. Women of the Construction Industry - Wealso want to Thank the ConstructionReporter for their continued support of ourindustry; you were a generous sponsor in ourcelebration of Women in Construction WeekMarch 7-13. Women ARE a visiblecomponent of the construction industry.Creating a support network and raisingawareness of the opportunities available forwomen in the industry is vital to the growingimpact of women. In recognition of the keyrole that women play in the industry, AGCNew Mexico lobbied Governor MichelleLujan Grisham for the State of New Mexicoto issue a Proclamation for Women inConstruction Week, Mar. 7th-13th.We know that in addition to the struggles infinding qualified workers to hire, materialscosts and supply-chain issues remain topconcerns for many contractors. To helpinform project owners and governmentofficials about the threat to projectcompletion dates and contractors' financialhealth, AGC of America created the attached,newly revised, June edition of theConstruction Inflation Alert, which is also posted here: https://www.agc.org/sites/default/files/AGC%202021%20Inflation%20Report_Version5_S_0.pdf. We hope you will cite, post, anddistribute this to others.2020 and 2021 have indeed put everyone,including our commitment, to the test.Members could have easily said they weretoo busy to get involved. But you understoodthat we could accomplish far more when wework together than when we act on our own.We will build an even stronger future for ourindustry, our economy, and our nation. Basedon what we accomplished last year, all of thatand much more are within our power.AGAIN, thank you and congratulations toConstruction Reporter for all your support itallows us to stand behind our commitment toadvocate for your business goals, collaborateon industry-wide initiatives and to furthereducate our industry on best practices. 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.SouthwestBUILTENVIRONMENT25VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.26VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05On behalf of ACNM, the Membership Committee would like toencourage students of ACNM parents and members to apply forthe 2021 Fall Semester Scholarship. This ACNM Scholarshipoffers opportunities for students for the upcoming fallsemester. ACNM has expanded its scholarship offering by providingmembers' immediate family and employees with an opportunityto apply for this scholarship. Students attending or accepted atany College or University with any declared major or field ofstudy are eligible. ACNM is proud to offer a program that helpsour members' children and employees achieve their dreamsthrough a college education.Please note the application deadline is June 28, 2021, and thecompleted applications can be mailed or dropped off at theACNM office.Eligibility• Must be attending or accepted as a student, full-timepreferred, at any College or University.• Any declared major or field of study is eligible.• Must be an employee of an ACNM Member Company or animmediate family member of an employee of an ACNM MemberCompany.• Must maintain a minimum 2.5-grade point average.• Must be a registered student for the planned award semester,this scholarship will be applied to the student's account at theirrespective school, this is not a cash award.Please submit the completed application package byMonday, June 28, 2021 to:Associated Contractors of New Mexico attn: Scholarship Applications6135 Edith Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87107ACNM EVENTS AUGUST 2021SCHOLARSHIPSCLICK HERE TO LEARN MOREDate And Time:Thursday Aug 26, 202111:30 AM - 1:00 PM MDTLocation:ACNM Office6135 Edith NE,Albuquerque NM 87107Fees/Admission:Free Website:http://www.aconm.orgDUST SOLUTIONS LUNCH &LEARNTHURSDAY AUGUST 26TH, 2021CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.27VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05The WMR Summit Planning Committee is excited to welcomeyou to New Mexico this fall after postponing from 2020. We areoptimistic about the upward trends and vaccination rates in ourstate and others in our region. We are working closely withHotel Albuquerque to ensure adequate space for socialdistancing, including additional outdoor accommodations. Allcurrent state guidelines will be followed and guests will berequired to wear masks. Please click here for additionalinformation on the Hotel's COVID Safety Practices.DESIGN + HONOR AWARDS PRESENTED BYSunwest Construction SpecialtiesSAVE THE DATE SEPT 29-OCT 2AIA EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2021WMR SUMMIT VISION2021WILL BE IN PERSON!!THURSDAY AUGUST 19TH12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - FREE 1 LU AUGUST 19 VIRTUAL MONTHLY LUNCHEON - DR. GABRIELLA DURÁN BLAKEY, APS COO - CLICK HERE DEMAND FORDESIGN ACTIVITYCONTINUES TOEXPANDWASHINGTON – Aug. 18, 2021 – TheArchitecture Billings Index (ABI) recorded itssixth consecutive positive month, according toa new report today from The AmericanInstitute of Architects (AIA).The ABI score for July was 54.6. While this wasdown slightly from June’s score of 57.1, it stillindicates very strong business conditionsoverall (any score above 50 indicates anincrease in billings from the prior month).Scoring for new project inquiries also declinedin July but remained near its all-time high at65.0. The score for new design contracts wasessentially unchanged from June to July with ascore of 58.0.“In prior business cycles, architecture firmsgenerally saw their project work softenquickly and then recover slowly,” said AIAChief Economist, Kermit Baker, Hon. AIA, PhD.“So the strength of this recovery isunprecedented. Firm leaders who have leanedinto this economic upturn by reinvesting intheir firms by hiring staff and upgrading theirtechnology...Continue reading > WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25TH12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - COFFEE TALK - GENERAL DISCUSSION - CLICK HERE

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.28VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05ABC EVENT CALENDARAUGUST & SEPTEMBER 2021VIEW THIS EVENTTHURSDAY AUGUST 26TH11:30 AM - SAFETY AWARDS LUNCHEON - CLICK HEREFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17TH7:00 AM -SPORTING CLAY TOURNAMENT - CLICK HEREVIEW THIS EVENT

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.29VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05“One can only conclude that the economy willcontinue to run hot into 2022 despite the malignimpacts of the delta variant, producing both heftyadvances in gross domestic product and unusuallyelevated inflation,” said Basu. “The fact that steelprices are rising is not only an indication of therecovery transpiring in goods-producing industrieslike construction and manufacturing, but also of thedifficulty global suppliers are having keeping up withdemand. That dynamic does not appear poised tochange substantially in the very near-term, thoughthere was some evidence of moderating inflation inthe most recent Consumer Price Index report.Contractors should assiduously build contingenciesinto their contracts to protect themselves fromadditional materials price spikes.Given that construction firm services are in highdemand, contractors should have enough negotiatingleverage to accomplish that under mostcircumstances.”WASHINGTON, Aug. 12—Construction input prices rose0.6% in July, according to an Associated Builders andContractors analysis of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’Producer Price Index data released today.Nonresidential construction input prices increased0.8% for the month.Construction input prices are 23.1% higher than a yearago, while nonresidential construction input pricesincreased 23.4% over that span. Energy prices continueto experience substantial year-over-year priceincreases. The price of natural gas is up 146.7%, whilecrude petroleum and unprocessed energy materialsprices are up 102.9% and 93.8%, respectively. Prices forsteel mill products increased 10.8% for the month andare up 108.6% for the year.“One’s definition of transitory needs to evolve withthese data,” said ABC Chief Economist Anirban Basu.“While it is quite likely that there will be less inflation ayear from now, a rebounding economy, ongoing supplychain disruptions and limited productive capacity haveconspired to generate rapid price increases. Manyeconomists insist that the current situation is merelytemporary; still, today’s input price increases canmeaningfully affect contractor fortunes by trimmingmargins and delaying the onset of projects.“The good and bad news is that the economy is flushwith liquidity,” said Basu. “Injections of money supplyby the Federal Reserve, which has yet to indicate whenit will begin to moderate its quantitative easingprogram, have helped create large pools of investablemoney. A significant fraction of that money is beinginvested in real estate, which often translates intoconstruction projects. That is consistent with thestable-to-rising backlog observed in recent months aswell as ongoing confidence among contractors,reflected in ABC’s Construction Backlog Indicator andConstruction Confidence Index. However, that liquidityalso serves to help push prices higher.CONSTRUCTION INPUT PRICESUP 23.1% YEAR OVER YEAR,SAYS ABC

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Legislation tracked by ABC New MexicoH 2 GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT OF 2021  (Lundstrom, Patricia A) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 2 (HB 2) enacts the General Appropriation Act of 2021 and makes general appropriations and authorizes expenditures by state agencies.H 2 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: SGND View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 2 (HB 2) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act (CRA) which legalizes cannabis for recreational use by adults over the age of 21. HB 2creates the Cannabis Control Division (division) within the Regulation and Licensing Department (RLD). The division will implement an extensiveregulatory framework to govern the commercial marketplace for the production, distribution, sale, and use of recreational marijuana. This bill allowsfor home cultivation with unlimited home possession. The division will establish the limit of plants each year from 2022 through 2025. HB 2 levies anexcise tax of 12% on sales, with the exception of medical cannabis sales that are untaxed. Municipalities and counties are distributed 33.33% of taxrevenues. Small producers (microbusiness) are limited to 200 plants in possession and a single retail store. Purchase of cannabis is limited to twoounces, 16 grams of extract, and 800 milligrams of edibles. Amounts exceeding these limits may be exceeded but are to be hidden from public viewin their private residences. Retail sales of recreational cannabis will begin no later than April 1, 2022. HB2 provides a repeal date of CRA ofDecember 31, 2025.H 9 CLIMATE SOLUTIONS ACT  (Stansbury, Melanie A) Current Location: HSEIC View Analysis View BillCS/House Bill 9 (CS/HB 9) enacts the Climate Solutions Act. It creates the Climate Leadership Council and requires the development of a statewideframework to address climate change and develop a sustainable economy. It establishes statewide greenhouse gas emissions reductionrequirements and directs state agencies to adopt rules as allowed by an agency's existing statutory authority to achieve statewide greenhouse gasemissions reductions and to foster inclusion in workforce development and procurement related to climate solutions. HB 9 requires annualreporting. It directs the Climate Leadership Council to recommend and prioritize funding from the Clean Energy Grants Fund. It amends a definitionin the Air Quality Control Act to allow for greater oversight of sources of air pollution.H 12 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: SCal View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 12 (HB 12) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act which decriminalizes marijuana, regulates for-profit cannabis industry, and taxesrecreational marijuana for people 21 or older with retail sales beginning January 1, 2022. HB 12 imposes an 8% excise tax and allows for localgovernment taxes in the amount of 4%.H 17 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: HHHC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 17 (HB 17) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act and legalizes, regulates industry, and taxes recreational marijuana for people 21 or older.HB 17 imposes a 20% sales tax on cannabis sales and allows a local government tax rate of 7%.H 20 HEALTHY WORKPLACES ACT  (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 20 (HB 20) creates the Healthy Workplaces Act to direct employers to provide earned sick leave and details the requirements andenforcement.H 21 PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT CONTRIBUTIONS  (Garratt, Joy ) Current Location: SCal View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 21 (HB 21) relates to the Public Works Apprentice and Training Act, which requires contributions to apprentice and training programs orto the Public Works Apprentice and Training Fund for all public works construction projects. HB 21 now lists the responsible department as theWorkforce Solutions Department. HB 21 also removes all listed exceptions to the rule, from the public works construction projects section.H 37 PAID SICK LEAVE ACT  (Rubio, Angelica ) Current Location: HLVMC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 37 (HB 37) enacts the Paid Sick Leave Act. HB 37 requires accrual of paid sick leave for employees, provides remedies for violations,requires rulemaking, establishes burden of proof standards for retaliation cases and declares an emergency.H 38 PAID FAMILY & MEDICAL LEAVE ACT  (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 38 (HB 38) enacts the Paid Family and Medical Leave Act the Paid Family and Medical Leave Act Trust Fund. HB 38 also provides forpayment to an eligible employee, limits the time allowed for paid family and medical leave. HB 38 provides for administration of the program by theWorkforce Solutions Department. HB 38 enacts administrative penalties. HB 38 creates a temporary advisory committee.H 44 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION RESTRICTION CHANGES  (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: HLVMCView Analysis View BillHouse Bill 44 (HB 44) temporarily allow eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits during a public health emergency. HB 44 declares andemergency.H 49 EXEMPT SOCIAL SECURITY FROM INCOME TAX  (Brown, Cathrynn N) Current Location: HTRC View Analysis View Bill

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House Bill 49 (HB 49) exempts Social Security income from Income Tax.H 50 PRIVATE RIGHT OF ACTION FOR CERTAIN STATUTES  (Louis, Georgene ) Current Location: HRC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 50 (HB 50) provides for a private right of action to enforce certain statutes by enacting new sections of the Oil and Gas Act, the AirQuality Control Act, the Hazardous Waste Act, the Solid Waste Act and the Water Quality Act.H 55 PUBLICATION OF CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOCATIONS  (McQueen, Matthew ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 55 (HB 55) creates a new section of Chapter 2, Article 3 NMSA 1978 that requires publication of allocations of capital outlay projectappropriations or bond authorizations by legislators or the governor.H 72 FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKFORCE TRAINING  (Trujillo, Christine ) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 72 (HB 72) appropriates $500,000 to the Workforce Solutions Department for family-friendly workplace education and training.H 76 EIB PERMIT DENIAL FOR POOR COMPLIANCE  (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 76 (HB 76) amends a section of the Air Quality Control Act to allow the Department of Environment to deny a permit application based onpoor compliance history.H 90 TAX PENALTIES & REMEDIES  (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 90 (HB 90) modifies the time period and procedure for tax credit applications by taxpayers. Tax fraud definition is expanded to includeuse of sales suppression software. HB 90 clarifies processes to protest property value and classifications.H 96 CRIMINAL RECORDS & PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT  (Romero, Andrea ) Current Location: SCal View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 96 (HB 96) revises the list of criminal records that cannot be considered in an application for public employment, licensure or otherauthority to practice a trade, business or profession, and enacts a new section of the Uniform Licensing Act that prohibits the exclusion fromprofessional licensure of persons with certain criminal records.H 98 OMNIBUS TAX BILL  (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 98 (HB 98) makes comprehensive changes to tax statutes including credits, garnishment of wages, Gross Receipts Tax, and technicalchanges.H 100 COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS SYSTEMS  (Lara, Raymundo ) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 100/a (HB100/a) Making an appropriation to the Public Education Department for college and career readiness systems statewide andproviding requirements to receive funds.H 106 COMMUNITY SOLAR ACT  (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: HENRC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 106 (HB 106) enacts the Community Solar Act. HB 106 prescribes requirements for community solar facilities, subscriber organizations,and subscriptions. HB 106 prescribes requirements for the administration of a community solar program. HB 106 directs the Public RegulationCommission to adopt rules to implement a community solar program. HB 106 provides an exclusion from commission regulation to subscriberorganizations or the subscribers to a community solar facility. HB 106 provides guidelines for native community solar projects and tribal jurisdiction.HB 106 provides for low-income customers and low-income service organizations. HB 106 provides definitions. HB 106 requires reporting.H 110 PHASED MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE  (Roybal Caballero, Patricia ) Current Location: HCEDC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 110 (HB 110) increases the minimum wage for employees in phases, provides for an annual cost of living increase in that minimum wagerate beginning in 2025, and repeals Section 50-4-23 NMSA 1978 (being laws 1967, Chapter 242, Section 1, as amended), which provides forreduced minimum wages for persons with disabilities.H 118 HOMELESS YOUTH EMPLOYMENT TAX CREDIT  (Johnson, D. Wonda ) Current Location: HHHC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 118 (HB 118) adds homeless youths to the Foster Youth Employment Income Tax Credit and the Foster Youth Employment CorporateIncome Tax Credit. HB 118 allows a credit to be taken for each year an employer employs a foster or homeless youth. HB 118 removes qualifiedfrom the foster youth definition. HB 118 is applicable to taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2021.H 134 FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE INCENTIVE PGM.  (Hernandez, Joshua Nathaniel) Current Location: HAFC View AnalysisView Bill House Bill 134 (HB 134) establishes a program to reward small business employers for adopting family-friendly workplace policies. Creates theFamily-friendly Workplace Fund. Makes a $9,000,000 appropriation.

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H 144 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY BY THEFT  (Dixon, Meridith ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 144 (HB 144) creates the crime of damage to property by theft of certain metals, utility covers, guard rails, signs, or catalytic converters.H 148 UNEMPLOYMENT CONTRIBUTION RATE CHANGE  (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 148 (HB 148) makes changes to Section 51-1-11 NMSA 1978, to provide a temporary addition to the contribution rate of contributingemployers and a temporary increase to the base wage for which employer contributions to the Unemployment Compensation Fund are made. HB148 makes a nonrecurring appropriation from the General Fund to the Workforce Solutions Department in FY2021.H 158 LEGISLATIVELY CREATED TASK FORCE OPEN MTGS.  (Fajardo, Kelly K) Current Location: SRC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 158 (HB 158) requires that certain task forces are subject to the Open Meetings Act.H 169 LEDA PRIORITY FOR CERTAIN PROJECTS  (Ortez, Kristina ) Current Location: HENRC View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 169 (HB 169) amends the Local Economic Development Act to include construction or upgrades to facilitate the use of water-efficient orclean energy technologies or to meet or exceed green building certification standards in the definition of economic development project. HB 169includes an entity that develops water or broadband infrastructure in the definition of qualifying entity.H 211 REDISTRICTING ACT  (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: HCal View Analysis View BillHouse Bill 211 (HB 211) enacts the Redistricting Act, creates the State Redistricting Commission, and directs the Commission to develop districtplans for approval by the legislature and Governor.H 232 PUBLIC SCHOOL VENTILATION IMPROVEMENT ACT  (Stapleton, Sheryl Williams ) Current Location: SFC View AnalysisView Bill House Bill 232 (HB 232) enacts the Public School Ventilation Improvement Act and creates a grant program to give schools funds to improvemechanical ventilation systems for the health and safety of students and staff.H 235 INSURANCE CODE CHANGES  (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill House Bill 235 (HB 235) relates to insurance. HB 235 amends, repeals and enacts sections of the New Mexico Insurance Code.H 247 AFTER SCHOOL & SUMMER PROGRAMS  (Lujan, Tara L.) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View Bill House Bill 247 (HB247) is an Act requesting an appropriation for after-school and summer enrichment programs.H 248 INSURANCE FEE CHANGES  (Chandler, Christine ) Current Location: SCal View Analysis View Bill House Bill 248 (HB 248) amends the insurance code to create, increase, and eliminate insurance fees.H 259 CONTRACTOR & SUBCONTRACTOR REIMBURSEMENT  (Dow, Rebecca ) Current Location: HAFC View Analysis View Bill House Bill 259 (HB259) requires that public contracts provide for wage increases that match state minimum wage increases.H 268 CORONAVIRUS & WORKERS' COMP  (Hochman-Vigil, Dayan ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View Bill House Bill 268 (HB 268) amends Workers’ compensation to create a presumption that coronavirus disease 2019 is an injury by accident arising outof and in the course of employment for essential employees. HB 268 permits employers to rebut the presumption and defines “essential employee.”HB 268 prohibits workers’ compensation insurers from using coronavirus disease 2018 claims in developing rating plants. Declares an emergency.H 291 TAX CHANGES  (Martinez, Javier I) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill House Bill 291 (HB 291) makes several tax changes: modifies and expands personal income tax brackets; raises the maximum income to qualifyfor the Low-Income Comprehensive Tax Rebate; raises the Working Families Tax Credit to 20% of the federal income credit and lowers theminimum age to qualify to 18; limits the capital gains deduction to $1,000 or 40% of the gains for sale of a New Mexico business; and limits anincrease in property tax to 10% of property that is not the owner’s primary residence.HR 1 HOUSE RULE CHANGES  (Ely, Daymon ) Current Location: PSGN View Analysis View Bill House Resolution 1 (HR 1) establishes conduct rules for the current session, in particular procedures for remote participation as a result of thecurrent public health emergency orders.S 1 LEDA CHANGES  (Hemphill, Siah Correa) Current Location: SGND View Analysis View Bill Senate Bill 1 Special Session (SB 1) provides that a portion of state and local gross receipts and compensating tax revenue imposed on certaineconomic development projects may be provided as public support for the projects pursuant to the Local Economic Development Act (LEDA). SB1provides transfers and distributions of the portion of state and local gross receipts and compensating tax revenue. Declares an emergency.

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S 3 SMALL BUSINESS RECOVERY ACT  (Candelaria, Jacob ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 3 (SB3) changes the name of the Small Business Recovery Act of 2020 to the Small Business Recovery Act. Makes changes indefinitions and extends the deadline to apply for a Small Business Recover Loan. Delays the reversion of the Small Business Recovery Loan Fund.SB3 changes the terms of Small Business Recovery Loans (Recovery Loans) and allows recipients to refinance the loan. SB3 increases theamount of the Severance Tax Permanent Fund invested. Declares an emergency.S 3 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: SCW View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 3 (SB 3) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act, creates the Cannabis Control Division in the Regulation and Licensing Department,establishes duties for the Department of Environment and the New Mexico Department of Agriculture, creates the Cannabis Regulation Fund,enacts the Cannabis Tax Act, amends sections of the Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act, revises penalties, and declares an emergency. TheCannabis Regulation Act is a comprehensive proposal to legalize cannabis for people 21 years old and over. There are no limits on the number ofplants or licenses. The bill allows for the possession, use, and purchase of up to 2 ounces of cannabis. Public smoking or consumption of cannabisis prohibited. The bill allows local jurisdictions to opt-out of allowing retail marijuana sales.S 4 TERMINATION & RENEWAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS  (Baca, Gregory ) Current Location: SCC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 4 of the 2021 special session includes all of the items in Senate Bill 74 and provides for the renewal or amendment of a public healthemergency or order by the legislature or the New Mexico legislative council.S 5 LOCAL EC. DEV. PROJECT CHANGES  (Munoz, George K) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 5 (SB 5) amends Municipalities and Counties definitions and provides that a portion of state and local gross receipts and compensatingtax revenue imposed on certain economic development projects may be provided as public support for the projects. SB 5 changes the name of theLocal and Regional Economic Development Support Fund to the Local Economic Development Act Fund and the permitted uses of the fund; SB 5creates a program with the New Mexico Finance Authority to provide grants to certain businesses to reimburse rent and lease payments fromfunding transferred to the Economic Development Department from the Severance Tax Permanent Fund. DeclaS 8 LOCAL GOV'T AIR QUALITY REGULATIONS  (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 8 (SB 8) amends the Air Quality Control Act and the Hazardous Waste Act to make the rules more stringent than federal regulations.S 13 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Ivey-Soto, Daniel A) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 13 (SB 13) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act and legalizes, regulates industry, and taxes recreational marijuana for people 21 orolder. SB 13 imposes a 20% sales tax on cannabis sales.S 34 DESIGN AND BUILD OF PROJECT DELIVERY SYSTEM  (Kernan, Gay G. ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 34 (SB34) makes a change to Section 13-1-119.2 NMSA 1978, to enable the use of a design and build project delivery system forcertain Department of Transportation projects. SB34 is effective on July 1, 2021.S 35 MINIMUM WAGE FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS  (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 35 (SB35) amends employment law to remove the exception to the minimum wage requirement for secondary school students.S 37 CONSTRUCTION MGR GENERAL CONTRACTOR ACT  (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillThis bill enacts the Construction Manager General Contractor Act to provide an alternative project delivery method for certain Department ofTransportation projects.S 52 EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS  (O'Neill, Bill B. ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 52 (SB52) makes a change to Section 51-1-48 NMSA 1978, to provide certain extended unemployment benefits.S 53 PROCUREMENT CHANGES  (O'Neill, Bill B. ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillFebruary 10, 2021: STBTCcs/SB 53: The Senate Tax, Business and Transportation Committee, committee substitute for Senate Bill 53 replaces theoriginal act with its own substitute and changes and enacts sections of the NMSA 1978 relating to procurement. This committee substitute repeals:Laws 2012, Chapter 56, Section 4; and Laws 2015, Chapter 73, Section 25. The provisions of this act are effective on July 1, 2021. January 18,2021: Senate Bill 53 (SB 53) creates preferences and certification requirements for resident minority businesses and resident tribal businesses. SB53 retains the resident veteran business preference. SB 53 authorizes procurements for exclusive bidding by New Mexico businesses or smallbusinesses. SB 53 adds and revises definitions in the procurement code. SB 53 specifies when the negotiation process ends. SB 53 clarifieselectronic submission requirements. SB53 allows virtual bid openings. SB 53 revises chief procurement officer registration requirements. SB 53clarifies reporting requirements for in-state and out-of-state contracts. SB 53 applies the procurement code to marketing. SB 53 allows the rejectionof identical low bids based on the appearance of non-independent bidding. 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53 defines offerors for purposes of protesting an award. SB 53 requires reporting on contracts awarded to New Mexico businesses. SB 53 allowsthe purchase of electric and gas-electric hybrid vehicles made outside North America. SB 53 changes, repeals and enacts sections of the NMSA1978. SB 53 is effective on July 1, 2021.S 70 PUBLIC PROJECT REVOLVING FUND APPROPRIATIONS  (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 70 (SB 70) makes non-reverting appropriations from the Public Project Revolving Fund to the Drinking Water State Revolving LoanFund, the Local Government Planning Fund, the Wastewater Facility Construction Loan Fund, and the Cultural Affairs Facilities Infrastructure Fund.S 84 COMMUNITY SOLAR ACT  (Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 84 (SB84) enacts the Community Solar Act; prescribes requirements for community solar facilities, subscriber organizations andsubscriptions; prescribes requirements for administration of a community solar program; directs the Public Regulation Commission to adopt rules toimplement a community solar program.S 86 USE OF WATER FOR OIL & GAS OPERATIONS  (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 86 (SB 86) prohibits certain uses of fresh water in oil and gas operations and provides penalties for the spill or release of oil, gas orproduced water. It creates the Oil Conservation Division Data Compilation Fund. SB directs the Oil Conservation Division of the Energy, Mineralsand Natural Resources Department to adopt rules relating to produced water and nondomestic wastes that are protective of public health, workersafety and natural resources. It requiring the tracking of produced water. The bill alphabetizes definitions and adds definitions for fresh water; waterpollution; recycled water; and treated water to the Oil and Gas Act. SB amends the Produced Water Act to conform to changes in the Oil and GasAct and clarifies requirements for Water Quality Control Commission rule making related to the use of produced water outside of the oil field.S 87 NO RETALIATION FOR IPRA  (Candelaria, Jacob ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillAmends the Inspection of Public Records Act by prohibiting retaliation and providing civil liability for a custodian or public body for taking retaliatoryaction against a person who requested public records.S 88 PUBLIC PROJECT REVOLVING FUND PROJECTS  (Candelaria, Jacob ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 88 (SB88) authorizes the New Mexico Finance Authority to make loans for public projects from the Public Project Revolving Fund. SB 88declares an emergency.S 91 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RETAIL BUSINESSES  (Griggs, Ron ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillThis bill amends the Local Economic Development Act by including retail businesses located in unincorporated areas of a county and allowingfunding to be used for rehabilitation or remodeling of a business.S 93 BROADBAND ACCESS & EXPANSION ACT  (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View Bill2nd Amended Synopsis March 18, 2021: Hfla1/SB 93: House floor amendment number 1 to Senate Bill 93, as amended, enacts the BroadbandAccess and Expansion Act. This act establishes the office of Broadband Access and expansion. This act provides powers and duties. 1st AmendedSynopsis March 01, 2021: SFCa1/SB 93: Senate Finance Committee amendment 1 to Senate Bill 93 enacts the Broadband Access and ExpansionAct. Establishes the office of Broadband Access and Expansion. Creates the Broadband Access and Expansion Council. Creates the BroadbandAccess and Expansion Fund. Provides powers and duties. Original Synopsis January 13, 2021: Senate Bill 93 (SB93) enacts the BroadbandAccess and Expansion Act. Establishes the office of Broadband Access and Expansion. Provides powers and duties. Makes an appropriation fromthe General Fund to the Department of Information Technology for Fiscal Year 2022. SB93 requires the broadband office, on or before January 1,2022, to develop and provide to the governor and the legislature, a three-year statewide broadband plan. SB93 requires the broadband office, on orbefore January 1, 2023, and on or before January 1 of each year after, to update and revise the statewide broadband plan developed for theensuing three years and to report the updated and revised statewide broadband plan to the governor and the legislature. Provides definitions.S 98 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE REPORTS  (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: HCal View Analysis View BillAmendment 1 Synopsis March 05, 2021: SFCa1/SB 98: Senate Finance Committee amendment 1 for Senate Bill 98 requires recipients of publicsupport from the state, pursuant to the Local Economic Development Act, to report job creation and capital investment information, and requiresreporting prior to August 1 of each year. Requires the Taxation and Revenue Department to compile and present a tax expenditure budget andanalyses of certain tax expenditures to the governor and legislative committees, no later than October 15 of every year. Definitions are provided.The provisions of this act are effective on July 1, 2021. Original Analysis January 08, 2021: Senate Bill 98 (SB98) requires recipients of publicsupport from the state pursuant to the Local Economic Development Act to report job creation and capital investment information and requiresreporting prior to August 1 of each year. SB98 requires the Taxation and Revenue Department to compile and present a tax expenditure budget andanalyses of certain tax expenditures to the governor and legislative committees, no later than October 15 of every year. Makes an appropriation.Provides definitions. SB98 is effective on July 1, 2021.S 99 TAX EXEMPT ORGANIZATION AUDITS  (O'Neill, Bill B. ) Current Location: HCal View Analysis View BillRelating to tax exempt organizations, revising requirements for audits.

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S 112 SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY TASK FORCE  (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 112 (SB 112) creates the Sustainable Economy Task Force and requires it to develop a strategic plan to transition the state economyaway from reliance on natural resource extraction. SB 112 provides duties and requires that department secretaries of state agencies comply withthe strategic plan. SB makes an appropriation of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to the Department of Finance and Administration.S 121 STATE TRANSPORTATION BONDS FOR PROJECTS  (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 121 (SB 121) provides for State Transportation Project Bonds for projects and declares and emergency.S 131 DISCRETIONARY SCHOOL FUNDING PROGRAM UNITS  (Stewart, Mimi ) Current Location: PVET View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 131 (SB131) amends the Public School Capital Improvements Act to create discretionary program units and to exclude certain programunits in calculating distributions to school districts.S 137 NMFA WATER PROJECTS  (Cervantes, Joseph ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 137 (SB137) authorizes the New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) to make loans or grants from the Water Project Fund for certainwater projects. The legislation declares an emergency.S 143 PUBLIC- PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ACT  (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 143 (SB 143) enacts the Public-Private Partnership Act. SB 143 allows public partners to enter into public-private partnershipagreements to facilitate public projects. SB 143 creates the Public-Private Partnership Board. SB 143 creates the Public-Private Partnership ProjectFund. SB 143 authorizes grants, loans, and bonds. SB 143 provides powers and duties. SB 143 requires reporting by December 1, 2021, and byDecember 1 of each year after. SB 143 provides definitions. SB 143 is effective on July 1, 2021.S 158 JOB READINESS PROGRAMS FUNDING  (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 158 (SB 158) makes a nonrecurring General Fund appropriation to the Workforce Solutions Department in the fiscal year 2022, for jobreadiness programs for youth and adults.S 161 WITHHOLDING WAGES FOR TAXES  (Schmedes, Gregg William) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 161 (SB 161) permits employers with up to 50 employees to elect not to withhold state income tax from employee wages.S 168 INCREASE GAS TAX  (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 168 (SB 168) incrementally increases the Gasoline Tax and Special Fuel Excise Tax one cent through 2025.S 169 CREATE HIGHER ED COORDINATING COUNCIL  (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 169 (SB 169) creates the Higher Education Coordinating Council and gives the Higher Education Department authority to approvecapital expenditures.S 174 FISCAL AGENT FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY PROJECTS  (Woods, Pat ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 174 (SB 174) provides that capital outlay funding requests for nongovernmental entity projects shall not be accepted unless the state ora county or municipality has accepted the role of acting as fiscal agent for the entity's project.S 186 TRANSFER CERTAIN DPS DUTIES TO DOT  (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 186 (SB 186) transfers certain authority and duties from the Department of Public Safety to the Department of Transportation.S 198 PAID SICK LEAVE  (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 198 (SB 198) enacts the Paid Sick Leave Act. SB198 requires accrual of paid sick leave for employees, provides remedies for violations,requires rulemaking, establishes burden of proof standards for retaliation cases and declares an emergency.S 199 REDISTRICTING ACT  (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: QSUB View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 199 (SB 199) enacts the Redistricting Act, creates the State Redistricting Commission, and directs the Commission to develop districtplans for approval by the legislature and Governor.S 207 PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION  (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: SRC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 207 (SB 207) creates the Public Works Commission and provides its powers and duties. It requires that the commission annually hearproposals for and review capital outlay-funded projects.

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S 211 CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATES  (Wirth, Peter ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 211 (SB 211) gradually increases the Corporate Income Tax rate for taxable income earners over $500 thousand and decreases theGross Receipts Tax rate and Compensating Tax rate.S 217 CID BUILDING CODES  (Soules, William ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 217 (SB 217) makes a change to Section 60-13-9 NMSA 1978. SB 217 changes duties of the Construction Industries Division of theRegulation and Licensing Department. SB 217 specifies minimum building code requirements. SB 217 is effective on July 1, 2022.S 219 NO CITIZENSHIP PROOF FOR OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE  (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 219 (SB 219) removes proof of citizenship or legal residency requirements for certain professionals. SB 219 allows for the submission ofan individual taxpayer identification number for certain occupational license or permit applications.S 240 VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP ACT  (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 240 (SB 240) enacts the Vocational Training Scholarship Act to support students taking career technical education courses offered attwo-year institutions. SB 240 appropriates $2.55 million for the scholarship program.S 254 FILLING US REPRESENTATIVE VACANCIES  (Moores, Mark ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 254 (SB 254) provides new procedures for filling a vacancy in the United States House of Representatives by requiring a primary andgeneral election to fill the vacancy.S 280 PASEO DEL NORTE STB'S  (Pope, Harold James) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 280 (SB 280) authorizes the issuance of severance tax bonds for planning, design and construction to complete Paseo Del NorteNorthwest in Bernalillo County and widen the roadway to two lanes. It makes an appropriationS 287 WEST CENTRAL AVE. EC DEVELOPMENT  (Lopez, Linda M. ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 287 (SB 287) makes an appropriation of seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to the Local Government Division of the Department ofFinance and Administration to promote economic development and revitalization of the West Central Avenue Corridor in Albuquerque.S 288 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Pirtle, Cliff R. ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 288 (SB 288) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act and the Cannabis Tax Act and legalizes, regulates, and taxes recreational marijuanafor people 21 or older. SB 288 creates a state agency, Cannabis Control Commission to oversee state-controlled cannabis sales. The billestablishes the Cannabis Regulation Fund and the Road Safety Fund and imposes a 2% excise tax. SB makes an appropriation and declares anemergency.S 290 PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION  (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: SRC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 290 (SB 290) creates the Public Works Commission which will consist of twelve members, four of which will be appointed by thespeaker of the house; and four by the senate committee’s committee or the president pro tempore in the interim. The legislative members bienniallywill appoint four public members with expertise in architecture or engineering. The members will be evenly divided between the two major parties.SB 290 directs the speaker of the house and the committee’s committee or the president pro tem to select the PWC’s chair and vice chair, whoseseats will rotate each year and to remove a member for nonattendance. It requires majority approval for any action.S 296 INCREASE PENALTIES FOR ENVIRO VIOLATIONS  (McKenna, Brenda Grace Agoyothé) Current Location: SJC View AnalysisView Bill : Senate Bill 296 (SB 296) amends the New Mexico Mining Act, the Air Quality Control Act, the Hazardous Waste Act, the Water Quality Act and theSolid Waste Act to increase civil penalties for violations, noncompliance, and failure to correct for noncompliance to account for inflationS 300 PAID TIME OFF TAX CREDIT  (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View Bill Senate Bill 300 (SB 300) creates the Paid Time Off ncome Tax Credit and the Paid Time Off Corporate Income Tax Credit.S 305 CAPITAL OUTLAY REFORM ACT  (Campos, Pete ) Current Location: SRC View Analysis View Bill Senate Bill 305 (SB305) is a capital outlay reform bill that creates the Capital Outlay Committee, the Capital Projects Task Force, the CapitalPlanning and Assistance Division of the Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) and provides for an annual capital outlay expenditureproposal and an annual state capital improvements plan. The legislation appropriates $100,000 to the Legislative Council Service and $100,000 tothe Legislative Finance Committee to implement the act.S 314 POST-SESSION LOBBYING REPORTS  (Steinborn, Jeff ) Current Location: SRC View Analysis View Bill

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Senate Bill 314 (SB 314) changes the Lobbyist Regulation Act to require post-session reports on what legislation a lobbyist or lobbyist's employerlobbied.S 318 CHARTER SCHOOL CHANGES  (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 318 (SB 318) relates to Public Schools requiring notification to charter schools of property available for their educational operations;allowing school districts to develop facility prioritization plans. SB 318 creates a Charter Facility Fund and requires policies for loans from the PublicProject Revolving Fund or the Charter Facility Fund. Modifies the terms applicable to grants from the Public School Capital Outlay Fund for leasedfacilities. Specifies dates by which charter schools must provide information on capital improvement projects proposed for funding through propertytax imposition. Makes an appropriation.S 321 COUNTY COURTHOUSE BONDING ACT  (Griggs, Ron ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 321 (SB 321) enacts the County Courthouse Bonding Act, allows the New Mexico Finance Authority to issue county courthouse revenuebonds, creates the County Courthouse Bonding Fund, the County Courthouse Grant Fund, provides grants to certain counties for courthouseprojects, and provides a tax distribution to the fund.S 330 DROPOUT PREVENTION PROGRAM  (Padilla, Michael ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 330 (SB330) requests an appropriation to the Public Education Department for Dropout Prevention Programs.S 337 WORKPLACE PREPARATION SCHOOL PROGRAMS  (Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby") Current Location: SEC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 337 (SB 337) makes an appropriation for the provision of academically integrated out-of-school and summer programs statewide;provides requirements to receive funds; and specifies the Public Education Department work with the New Mexico Alliance for College and CareerReadiness.S 348 EMPLOYMENT BOOT CAMP TRAINING  (Ortiz y Pino, Jerry ) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 348 (SB 348) makes an appropriation to the Higher Education Department for Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) toestablish a program to train unemployed and underemployed workers for long term economic and workforce development.S 363 CANNABIS REGULATION ACT  (Candelaria, Jacob ) Current Location: STBTC View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 363 (SB 363) enacts the Cannabis Regulation Act which decriminalizes marijuana, regulates for-profit cannabis industry, and taxesrecreational marijuana for people 21 or older. SB 363 imposes a 9% excise tax and allows for 3% local government taxes.S 414 MINOR APPRENTICE WORKERS' COMP  (Sanchez, Joshua A) Current Location: SFC View Analysis View BillRelating to labor by providing for eighty percent assistance for the cost of workers compensation insurance to employers of minor apprentices andrequiring rules, requiring a report and making an appropriation.S 439 PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, SAFETY & WELFARE  (Munoz, George K) Current Location: PCH View Analysis View BillSenate Bill 176 (SB 176) enacts the General Appropriation Act of 2021 and appropriates funds to state agencies for use in Fiscal Year 2022, andprovides for a 1.5% salary increase to certain state employees, and an additional salary increase to frontline health and social services employeesemployed by state agencies, and a two percent salary increase to judges and magistrates.SJR 3 ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS, CA  (Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette ) Current Location: SJC View Analysis View BillSenate Joint Resolution 3 (SJR 3) proposes to amend the NM Constitution by adding a new section to Article 2 that provides the people of the statewith environmental rights and directs the state to protect environmental resources for the benefit of all the people. It repeals the current pollutioncontrol provisions of Article 20, Section 21 of the NM Constitution.SM 2 NATIONAL BANK INFRASTRUCTURE  (Tallman, Bill ) Current Location: SCal View Analysis View BillThis memorial urges the United States Congress to pass the National Infrastructure Bank Act of 2020, to create a national infrastructure bank tofinance infrastructure projects.SM 9 STUDY ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF SE NM  (Gallegos, David M) Current Location: SRC View Analysis View BillSenate Memorial 9 (SM 9) requests the director of the Local Government Division of the Department of Finance and Administration to convene ataskforce to study the economic benefits of southeastern New Mexico relative to El Paso, Texas, and surrounding areas.

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.42VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05THE PHILANTHROPY COMMITTEE HAS CHOSEN CROSSROADS FORWOMEN FOR OUR GIVING CAMPAIGNS FOR THE UPCOMINGMEMBERSHIP MEETING AND FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON. WE WILLBE COLLECTING NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR CROSSROADSFOR WOMEN AT OUR MEMBERSHIP MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 16TH.FOR THE WICNM CHRISTMAS PARTY, WE WILL BE PARTICIPATING INTHE CROSSROAD'S GIFT DONATION EVENT. (MORE DETAILSFORTHCOMING). THEY HAVE ALSO MOVED INTO A NEW BUILDINGWHICH WILL PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR US TO DO SOMEVOLUNTEER WORK DAYS NEXT YEAR. WICNM IS PROUD TO WORKWITH AND PARTNER WITH CHARITIES HELPING WOMEN IN OURCOMMUNITY.THE MISSION OF CROSSROADS FOR WOMEN IS TO PROVIDECOMPREHENSIVE, INTEGRATED SERVICES TO EMPOWER WOMENEMERGING FROM INCARCERATION TO ACHIEVE SAFE, HEALTHY, ANDFULFILLING LIVES IN THE COMMUNITY, FOR THEMSELVES ANDTHEIR CHILDREN.FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE ATCROSSROADS FOR WOMENWICNM - HELPINGWOMEN IN OURCOMMUNITYWOMEN INCONSTRUCTION EVENT CALENDARTHURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16THLUNCH PRESENTATION - MORE INFORMATION COMING SOONFRIDAY NOVEMBER 19THYEAR END PARTY - MORE INFORMATION COMING SOONWICNM NEWSLETTERAUGUST 2021HELLO MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF WICNM,IN JUNE OF THIS YEAR, I BECAME YOUR PRESIDENT AND IWANT TO SAY THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT HASCONGRATULATED ME AND OFFERED SUPPORT. I AM HONOREDTO SERVE AND LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING LEAD THISORGANIZATION DURING MY TENURE AS PRESIDENT. I HAVEBEEN HANDED A VERY SOLID FOUNDATION WITH A VISIONARYMISSION AND MY INTENT IS TO STRENGTHEN OUR GROUPWITH AN INCREASE IN MEMBERS, A POSITIVE IMPACT ON OURCOMMUNITY, AND A RETURN ON YOUR DUES’ INVESTMENT.OUR MISSION IS TO PROMOTE THE COMMON INTERESTS OFOUR MEMBERS THROUGH MEMBERSHIP, NETWORKING,COMMUNITY OUTREACH, TRAINING AND TO ADVANCE ANDMAINTAIN AN ENLIGHTENED UNDERSTANDING OF WOMEN INTHE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. EVERYTHING WE DO IS TOADVANCE OUR MISSION AND SERVE OUR MEMBERS. IF YOUARE READING THIS AND ARE NOT YET A MEMBER, I STRONGLYENCOURAGE YOU TO JOIN NOW.REFLECTING OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS, I HAVE SEEN AGROUP OF WOMEN CONNECT THROUGH THEIR INDUSTRY ANDCOME TOGETHER TO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY AND EACHOTHER. OUR LUNCHEONS AND NETWORKING EVENTS AREWELL ATTENDED AND A COMFORTABLE, SAFE, ANDWELCOMING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL. WE ARE ALREADY PASTTHE HALFWAY MARK FOR 2021 AND THE RUSH OF SCHOOLDAYS, AND HOLIDAYS WILL BE UPON US IN NO TIME AT ALL.WE HAVE TWO MEETINGS LEFT FOR 2021 AND I ENCOURAGEYOU TO ATTEND BOTH. IN SEPTEMBER WE WILL BE HAVING ALUNCHEON WITH A SPEAKER ON “WORKING WITH DIFFERENTGENERATIONS IN THE WORK PLACE.” IT IS AN EXCELLENTPRESENTATION. OUR HOLIDAY PARTY IN NOVEMBER WILL BE AFUN FILLED EVENT WHERE WE WILL CELEBRATE THIS PASTYEAR AND ENJOY SOME MUCH-DESERVED HOLIDAY CHEERAND FELLOWSHIP.JANE JERNIGAN, WICNM PRESIDENT"GIVE BACK"AUGUST 2021 NEWSLETTER > WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTIONNEW MEXICO

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.43VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05While virtual networking is here to stay and certainly hasits advantages, there is nothing more powerful than in-person connections - from the eye contact, body languageand mannerisms picked up during these interactions, tothe ease of focus and the value of having one’s individualattention. I, for one, can’t wait to get back to makingconnections.Looking forward to seeing you all soon!By Robert Thornburgh, SIOR, CCIM, CPM, FRICSConnection. It’s a powerful word because it’s an incrediblyinfluential part of our lives. We crave it in our personalinteractions and depend on it in business. It comes in manyforms, but the end-result is often the same – a special bonddriven from understanding, trust, and camaraderie.At the start of the pandemic, I, like so many others,contemplated how the lack of connection would impact ourindustry. What quickly became apparent is that challengeslead to adaptation, which in turn drives both creativity andopportunity. In that theme, it was incredible to witness thecoming together of businesses, peers, and even completestrangers, to adjust, collaborate, and persevere in makingour communities and industry flourish.I have seen first-hand the persistent strength of commercialreal estate professionals around the globe throughout thistime of lockdowns, civil unrest, virtual meetings, socialdistancing, and so much uncertainty. When isolation couldhave reigned, we came together with community outreachand support.In the context of the real estate business, nowhere was thismore evident for me than across SIOR’s global network ofleading brokers. Throughout the world and while workingfrom home, they shared high-level market knowledge andbest practices, completed complex transactions, and foundways to elevate each other and the broader CRE industry.That’s just what happens when SIORs come together. Someof the strongest relationships I have made over my careerhappened during industry events where I was able to meetnew people, expand my knowledge, network, and generatenew business.Looking ahead, I couldn’t be more excited to see our amazingorganization get ready to celebrate its 80th anniversary inperson during our CREate 360 conference in Nashville thisOctober.SIOR EVENT CALENDARSEPTEMBER 2021THE POWER OFTOGETHERNESSTUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Q3 2021 BROKER BOOTCAMP - CLICK HERE By ASHKÁN ZANDIEHTHE TOP 3 BIGGEST TRENDS IMPACTING COMMERCIALOFFICETechnology is a phenomenon that has profoundimplications on the commercial real estate industry.Today's commercial real estate leaders need to preparethemselves for a new normal that will impact theirbusiness, their clients, and their organization.Technology is a phenomenon that has profoundimplications on the commercial real estate industry.Today's commercial real estate leaders need to preparethemselves for a new normal that will impact theirbusiness, their clients, and their organization.Continue reading > VENTURE CAPITAL &THE HOTTEST TRENDSIN OFFICE TECH

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.45VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05CARNM EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2021ONE RESPONDENT SAID IT’S NOT THE FEAR OF COVID KEEPINGPEOPLE OUT OF THE OFFICE, IT’S THAT PEOPLE ARECOMFORTABLE AT HOME.The Real Estate Roundtable’s Q3 Current Conditions Index hasreached the highest level in its 13-year history with a rise of 7points from the previous quarter to 85. But uncertainty aboutthe recovery from the pandemic led the Future Condition Indexto decline by 4 points to 71.The perspectives come from CEOs, presidents, and other topcommercial real estate industry executives.In the poll, the leaders cited a continued abundance of availabledebt and equity capital, which has led to significant amounts ofcapital sitting on the sidelines waiting for attractive deploymentopportunities. One of the executives quoted in the report saidindustrial is going gangbusters on both sides—tenant andinvestor—with absurd amounts of capital seeking any qualityasset. Another C-suite member expressed surprise thatindustrial cap rates have gotten tighter and lower, forming abubble from capital that is available, but fundamentals seem toback it up. For office, respondents noted there was investmentdemand but a long-standing issue was in the way of sales. “Inthe office sector, if sellers would give a little, there would be alot of activity, however we see separation between bid and ask,”one respondent said.CRE EXECS OPTIMISTIC ABOUTPRESENT BUT HAVE QUALMSABOUT FUTURETheir optimism about the present comes as assetclasses with durability or the perception ofdurability such as high-quality multifamily, long-term net lease office, and industrial have all hitrecord levels, while certain sectors and regionalmarkets (in particular, those relying heavily onmass transit) have yet to fully recover, the reportsaid.The speed of the economic recovery compared toonly six months ago has provided more clarity andcertainty for specific asset classes includingindustrial, multifamily and single-family suburbanwith the biggest looming question marks being theimpact of employees returning to the office andrising inflation risk, the survey notedLooking at residential, an executive gushed: “Thehousing market—everywhere from single-family tomultifamily—has never grown faster than it isgrowing right now. The strength is broad-basedacross sectors and includes urban areas that wereaffected heavily by COVID but are rapidlyrecovering and even surpassing pre-pandemic 2019rent occupancy levels.”Expressing some of the qualms about the futurebecause of the uncertainty about the long-termimpact of Covid in the recovery, a respondent to thepoll said it’s not the fear of COVID keeping peopleout of the office, it’s that people are comfortable athome.Continue reading > MONDAY AUGUST 23RDNAR: LEADERSHIP SUMMIT - CLICK HERE THURSDAY AUGUST 26TH8:00 AM - 12:00 PM - COMMERCIAL LEASES – IN-PERSON - CLICK HERETUESDAY AUGUST 31ST11:30 AM - 1:00 PM - CARNM BOARD MEETING - CLICK HERE

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.46VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05WASHINGTON, D.C. – Driven by sustained growth in e-commerce, demand for industrial real estate continues tooutpace supply, leading to increases in net absorption for therest of the year and through 2022, according to NAIOP’sIndustrial Space Demand Forecast. “With nearly 100 million new square feet delivered nationallysince the beginning of the year, 450 million square feet currentlyunder construction and another 450 million planned, thedemand for industrial real estate still outpaces supply,” say theauthors, Hany Guirguis, PhD, Manhattan College and Michael J.Seiler, DBA, College of William & Mary. Because of this, Guirguis and Seiler forecast that total netabsorption in the second half of 2021 will be 162.6 million squarefeet with a quarterly average of 81.3 million square feet. In 2022,they projected net absorption of 334.6 million square feet with aquarterly average of 83.6 million square feet. According to thereport, the authors have returned to their pre-pandemicconfidence intervals now that economic conditions havebecome more predictable. High absorption rates are contributing to favorable conditionsfor industrial building owners and developers. Despite anincreasing supply of industrial space, vacancy rates remain low,leases are being signed at higher rates and industrialtransaction prices per square foot are increasing. A continuedsurge in imports from retailers restocking depleted inventorieshas exacerbated the shortage of warehouse space near majorlogistics hubs, highlighting the need for additional construction. NAIOP INDUSTRIAL SPACEFORECAST: DEMAND ISEXCEEDING SUPPLYNAIOP EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2021MONDAY AUGUST 30TH12:00 PM - 1:15 PM: ABQ CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM - CLICK HERE “Even though the increases in COVID-19 cases thatwe are now seeing threaten once again to disrupt astable overall economic rebound, industrial realestate has been and remains a bright spot in thecommercial real estate industry,” said Thomas J.Bisacquino, president and CEO of NAIOP. “Lowerunemployment rates, and increased consumerdemand should continue through the end of year,sustaining the growing need for warehouse anddistribution facilities.” About NAIOP: NAIOP, the Commercial Real EstateDevelopment Association is the leadingorganization for developers, owners, investors andrelated professionals in office, industrial, retail andmixed-use real estate. NAIOP provides unparalleledindustry networking and education and advocatesfor effective legislation on behalf of our members.NAIOP advances responsible, sustainabledevelopment that creates jobs and benefits thecommunities in which our members work and live.For more information, visit naiop.org.NAIOP Contact:Kathryn Hamilton, NAIOP vice president formarketing and communications 703-904-7100, ext. 165hamilton@naiop.orgDavid Harrison Harrison Communications 410-804-1728david@harrisoncommunications.net

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.47VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05SBA EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2021IN LESS THAN TWO WEEKS,PAYCHECK PROTECTIONPROGRAM DIRECTBORROWER FORGIVENESSPORTAL SURPASSESEXPECTATIONS, ACCEPTSMORE THAN 340KSUBMISSIONSWASHINGTON – Since the opening of the PaycheckProtection Program (PPP) Direct BorrowerForgiveness Portal on August 4, the U.S. SmallBusiness Administration has received more than340,000 submissions from borrowers with PPPloans of $150,000 or less, highlightingAdministrator Isabella Casillas Guzman’s priority ofrushing relief to the smallest of small businessesand far exceeding expectations. In providing its new, streamlined portal, the SBA isalso executing the Biden-Harris Administration'sgoal of centering equity in all programs. Withoutstanding debt saddling millions ofdisadvantaged and underserved small businesses,increasing the rate of forgiveness to PPP borrowerswill have an immediate effect in helping thesmallest of small businesses recover from thepandemic and access other resources. Prior to thisoption, businesses that did not apply forforgiveness within 10 months of the end of thecovered period were at risk of owing principal andinterest payments on their PPP loans. "We are incredibly excited that in just two weeks, theDirect Borrower Forgiveness Portal is providing smallbusinesses with a streamlined, user-friendly way toapply for forgiveness and receive relief on theseessential PPP loans,” said Patrick Kelley, AssociateAdministrator for SBA’s Office of Capital Access.“Already, we've seen hundreds of thousands ofborrowers navigating quickly and easily through theprocess, and we continue to proactively helpborrowers apply through extensive outreach andwebinar trainings. We encourage all lenders to opt-into this tested portal." In the two weeks since the portal opened, the SBA hasreceived over three times the number of submissionsthan the top 10 PPP lenders who are not participatingin Direct Forgiveness, putting us on pace to close outforgiveness for the 3.4 million direct forgivenessborrowers by the end of the year. Currently, more than1,230 PPP lenders, representing over 50% ofoutstanding loan forgiveness applications, haveopted-in to the Direct Borrower Forgiveness Portal. “The direct forgiveness platform has been veryeffective and efficient in processing applications fromtens of thousands of our PPP borrowers already. Thishas been tremendously smooth for our borrowers, ourinstitution, and for SBA,” said Chris Hurn, CEO ofFountainhead. “Our borrowers’ feedback has beenuniversally positive about its ease of use in completingtheir applications within mere minutes. We’re veryproud to have played a small part in helping make thisa reality.” Continue reading > THURSDAY AUGUST 26TH10:30 AM - SBA CERTIFICATIONS: 8(A), HUBZONE, AND WOSB INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR - CLICK HERE

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Construction Reporter islooking for a full-timeemployee to join ournewsroom. Location: Albuquerque, NMJob Type:Full-timeAbout the job:The full-timeposition will entail researchingand gathering constructionrelated industry news, helpingin our reprographicsdepartment, uploading andnaming project documents,help with the weeklymagazine, and interact withand provide great customerservice.Experience: Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Graduate TechnicianLocation: Artesia, NMJob Type: Full-time About the job: Join a globalprofessional services leader.We are committed to solvingthe world’s biggest challengesin the areas of water, energyand urbanization.GHD has an excitingopportunity for an SeniorEnvironmental Technician tobe based from either ourMidland, TX or Artesia, NMoffices...Experience:Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Quality Assurance EngineerLocation:Los Alamos, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job: Senior QualityAssurance Engineer withextensive NQA-1 constructionrelated experience.Experience:Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Fixed MaintenanceLocation: Placitas, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job:Build YourCareer. Build America’s Future.Vulcan Materials Company isthe nation’s largest producerof construction aggregatesand a major producer ofaggregates-basedconstruction materialsincluding asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. When you joinVulcan...Experience: Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.CLASSIFIEDSIS YOUR BUSINESS HIRING / RECRUITING? The Built Environments Classifieds Section is designed to help connect employers with top talent across New Mexico's Construction/Architecture/Engineering/Design/Real Estate Industries. Please call Steve or Josh at (505) 243-9793 or email us at magazine@constructionreporter.com to place a job posting. RECRUITINGMADE EASY2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Construction ReporterGHD Thomas Thor AssociatesVulcan Materials CompanyBUILTENVIRONMENTLEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MOREWE'RE HIRING! LEARN MORE48VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Perform labor control onassigned projects,including setup andmaintenance...Project EngineerLocation: Rio Rancho, NMJob Type:Full-timeAbout the job: PCI is seekingan experienced ProjectEngineer for its PhoenixInterior operations based inRio Rancho, NM. Thisindividual will be responsiblefor the following duties:Experience: Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Independent AdjusterLocation:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: ContractAbout the job: SyndicateClaim Services, LLC, a CharlesTaylor Company, may ask theIndependent ContractorAdjuster (IC) to render serviceson behalf of Syndicate and itsClients in the areas ofadjusting residential andcommercial property andcasualty daily claims. Thisincludes, but is not limited to,conducting scene of lossinvestigations, photographing,scoping, estimating...Experience: Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Electrical EngineerLocation:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job:We are lookingfor outstanding candidates tojoin our engineering designgroup for utility scale solar &battery storage projectsthroughout the Southwest.Your experience, creativity andfocused work will be critical toour future and your own careertrajectory with us. Relocationassistance to Albuquerque,New Mexico will beconsidered.Experience:Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.PROGRAM MANAGERLocation: Albuquerque, NMJob Type:Full-timeAbout:This position is with theAlbuquerque District, USACE,Planning Program and ProjectMgt Div (PPMD), Civil Planningand project mgt Branch, inAlbuquerque New Mexico.New Mexico is known as theLand of Enchantment andAlbuquerque is home to theInternational Balloon Fiesta,the most photographed eventin the world.Experience:Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.IS YOUR BUSINESS HIRING / RECRUITING? The Built Environments Classifieds Section is designed to help connect employers with top talent across New Mexico's Construction/Architecture/Engineering/Design/Real Estate Industries. Please call Steve or Josh at (505) 243-9793 or email us at magazine@constructionreporter.com to place a job posting. CLASSIFIEDSRECRUITINGMADE EASY2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Performance Contracting,Inc. (PCI)Charles TaylorAffordable SolarUS Army Corps ofEngineersBUILTENVIRONMENTLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORE50VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Entry Level ProfessionalsLocation: Albuquerque, NMJob Type:Full-timeAbout the job: Due to theincreasing growth demands ofour clients, we are openingnew office locations.The training we offer is paidand encompasses severaldepartments within our firm.This will prepare you toeventually take on a leadershiprole and oversee a team ofyour own...Experience: Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Project Manager - SolarConstructionLocation:Albuquerque, NM Job Type: Full-timeAbout the job: McCarthy'sSolar Business Unit is lookingfor Project Managers tomanage large utility-scale solarprojects throughoutcontinental United States. Thisis a great opportunity to assistboth developers and powercompanies on some of thelargest and most unique solarjobs in the country...Experience: Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Property ManagerLocation:Albuquerque, NMJob Type: Full-timeAbout the job:We are seekinga Property Manager to join ourCommunity DevelopmentTeam in Albuquerque. Themission of the PropertyManager is to source andmanage tenants in theresidential and commercialproperties that Homewiseowns across Albuquerque andSanta Fe...Experience:Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.Construction ManagerLocation: Las Cruces, NMJob Type:Full-timeAbout:SAIC is looking for aConstruction Manager andInspector to join our team. Theideal candidate shall have abroad hands-on constructionexperience, constructionsupervision, and technicalconstruction background toinspect construction work andbe on-site constructionmanagement support to theProject Manager (PM)...Experience:Click link downbelow for full description ofwhat is required for thisposition.IS YOUR BUSINESS HIRING / RECRUITING? The Built Environments Classifieds Section is designed to help connect employers with top talent across New Mexico's Construction/Architecture/Engineering/Design/Real Estate Industries. Please call Steve or Josh at (505) 243-9793 or email us at magazine@constructionreporter.com to place a job posting. CLASSIFIEDSRECRUITINGMADE EASY2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Silver Sage DevelopmentMcCarthy BuildingCompanies, Inc.Homewise Inc.SAICBUILTENVIRONMENTLEARN MORELEARN MORE LEARN MORE LEARN MORE52VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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WE LOOK FORWARD TO THE OPPORTUNITY TO DESIGN ASYSTEM THAT WILL KEEP YOU AND EVERYONE IN YOURFACILITY SAFE AND HEALTHY.CALL US TODAY AT (505)-856-9250OUR EXPERTS ARE READY TO HELP YOU FIND SOLUTIONS COMFORT SYSTEMS USA SOUTHWESTHEALTHY BUILDINGS ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

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SKATE PARKRENOVATIONFEATURED PROJECTPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONLas Cruces Announces Plans for theRenovation of Much-Used SkatePark > 2021-57B3 >Australia Exhibit @the ABQBioPark Zoo > 2021-5B71: New Santa FeApartment Complex-Las SolerasDrive > NEW MEXICOCONSTRUCTIONTH E B UILT E N VIRO N M E NT MA G A ZINEGROWING LOSLUNAS SCHOOLTO SEERENOVATION >

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTCONSTRUCTION SECTIONSFEATURED PROJECTSPRE-BID PROJECTSACTIVE PROJECTSPOST-BID PROJECTSWAGE DETERMINATIONSLIENSNEWS55VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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The City of Las Cruces has issued a requestfor proposals for the renovation of a morethan 20 year-old park just to the east of thecity’s downtown area.Located at 1600 East Hadley, the park isowned by the city and is thought to be thefirst sanctioned public skate park in NewMexico history.Because of the heavy use of the park, cityofficials for some time have been sayingthat the facility is in need of a generalrehabilitation.Last year, the Joplin, Missouri-basedAmerican Ramp Company conducted apublic survey asking users their opinion ofthe park, while also generally assessing thefacility.A summary of the public commentsindicated that overall “the skatepark is inbad shape and has been showing wearthroughout the years. Comments were that the park is old anddangerous with poor drainage and is in needof an upgrade.”The study went on to recommend twooptions for upgrading the park, both of whichwould be designed to provide users with“brand new skating terrain that will bedesigned to today’s standards.”According to city documents, the project willsee the creation of a “modern street/plazastyle design and/or transition style design.”Last year members of the New Mexico StateLegislature approved $845,000 for the park’srenovation.The skate park RFP has a submission deadlineof September 2.CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.LAS CRUCES ANNOUNCESPLANS FOR THERENOVATION OF MUCH-USED SKATE PARKBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/17/2021Copyright: Construction Reporter56VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05www.crispycleanmobilecarwash.comMargarita Pleasant(505) 463-2479pleasantmargarita@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/CrispyCleanMobileCarwashWe care about localbusinesses since we are one too andtrying to make a name for ourselves.Crispy CleanMobile Carwash & Fleet ServicesWe Do Fleets

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Plans are underway for the renovation of amuch-used facility that is a part of the LosLunas public school system.Work renovating the Middle School,located at 423 Main Street NE, will includethe replacement of the lighting system andfloor and ceiling finishes.The project additionally includes a roofdeck replacement as well as the installationof new drain piping and replacement ofmechanical units and ducts in the school’slocker rooms.Plans also call for the replacement of anexisting metal building at the site, andinstallation of new sidewalks and curbing atthe site’s north parking lot.The Middle School is one of 15 schoolcomprising the Los Lunas Public Schoolsdistrict, serving around 8,500 students.Plans for the Middle School renovationcome just as the district is in the earlystages of another renovation project: thebuilding of a new Peralta ElementarySchool, located at 3645 New Mexico StateRoad 47.That project will most likely get underwaynext summer, with a projected late 2024completion date.The school district’s enrollment hasincreased at the same time that larger LosLunas has seen its population grow fromaround 6,000 in the 1990s to more than16,000 today.CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.GROWING LOS LUNASSCHOOL TO SEERENOVATIONBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/18/202157VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05A new Albuquerque apartment complex is inthe planning stage for the growing northeastside of the city.The project will belong to LegacyDevelopment & Management and will go upoff Constitution Avenue NE near the JerryCline Park in an area of residential,apartment, and office development.As envisioned, the project, officially called theMarkana Flats, will see the building of 151studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom unitsin a five-story structure.The project will also include a clubhouse,fitness center, and swimming pool and spa,among other features.Documents relating to the project have beenfiled with Albuquerque’s DevelopmentReview Board.Project architect is the Albuquerque-basedDekker/Perich/Sabatini.Based in Albuquerque, Legacy Development& Management was launched in 1978 andspecializes in hotel, multifamily, and officedevelopment, among other projects.PLANS FOR NEWALBUQUERQUEAPARTMENT COMPLEXANNOUNCEDBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/16/2021

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CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.58VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05The designing process is now underway forthe creation of an 18-hole disc golf coursein Silver City.The project is the result of an agreementbetween Western New Mexico University,whose main campus is in Silver City, andthe New Mexico State Land Office.The course will be built on just over 135acres of property on the southeast side ofthe city belonging to the State Land Office.That area, to be loaned to the university bythe State Land Office, is known as Maude’sCanyon, and is due east to the BenAltamirano Sports Complex.According to State Land Office rules, anyfees generated by the course will be usedfor the benefit of the state’s public schoolsand hospitals, among other entities.The project has already been the subject ofone public input meeting and is expected tobe reviewed in a future public meeting,most likely later this year.The course will be developed with an eye tominimizing its impact on the environment,and upon completion, will be maintained andmanaged by WMNU.In an interview with the Silver City Sun News,Stephanie Garcia Richard, New Mexico’scommissioner of public lands, said the newdisc golf course will “establish a recreationasset for Silver City and the entire southwestcorner of the state that does not exist.”According to the Professional Disc GolfAssociation, the growth of the sport hasparticularly taken off in the last decade, withmore than 8,000 disc golf courses globallycurrently up and running.SILVER CITY TO SEECONSTRUCTION OF NEWDISC GOLF COURSEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/12/2021Copyright: Construction ReporterCome late 2023 or early 2024, a newoption for renting will be available at TheTrails master-planned community.Kevin Wechter, principal of San Diego-based PacVentures Inc., confirmed toBusiness First that his company hopes tobreak ground on the 333-unit The Preserveat Woodmont in December or nextJanuary. The project will be located onAlbuquerque's Westside off Paseo delNorte at The Trails, he said.SAN DIEGODEVELOPMENT COMPANYPLANS LUXURYAPARTMENTS AT THETRAILS COMMUNITY ONALBUQUERQUE'SWESTSIDEBy Ron Davis, Albuquerque Business First08/18/2021

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The Preserve at Woodmont will bePacVentures' first multifamily project inAlbuquerque, which will total about $70million. Wechter anticipates the buildout tolast about two years."It's adjacent to the Petroglyphs, openspace — we just feel like it's a terrificneighborhood. The housing market herehas exceeded our expectations," he said.The planned monthly rents were unknownas of Wednesday for the one, two andthree-unit options at The Preserve. Theapartments will be considered Class A, orluxury apartments, Wechter said. Dallas-based Humphreys & Partners Architectswill handle the design of the project, hesaid.PacVentures partnered with Price LandDevelopment Group, which is acting asPacVenture's representative, Wechtersaid. Price Land Development group isdeveloping 245 single-family home lots forPacVentures.Business First spoke with Garret Priceabout his company's plans to deliver 777lots from July 2020 through the end of thecalendar year of 2021, plans that includePacVentures' 245-lot subdivision.PacVentures also owns about 40 acresavailable along Paseo del Norte near TheTrails that is available to sell or include in ajoint venture, Wechter added.CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.59VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05The Trails community has recently broughtthe attention of both homebuilders andmultifamily development companies. Earlierthis year, Business First reported on Nevada-based MultiGreen Properties planning morethan 300 rental units at The Trails.Eventually, MultiGreen hopes to add another900 to 1,000 rental units to the developmentover the next seven to eight years.According to Yardi Matrix’s June multifamilyreport, Albuquerque saw a 13.6% overallyear-over-year increase in rent growth. YardiMatrix, a national website that compilescommercial real estate intelligence, surveysthe rental rates on market-rate propertiesthat have more than 50 units. It conducts full-market surveys three times a year, accordingto its website. Both local and outside expertsanticipate the trend of rising rents inAlbuquerque will continue.Copyright: The Business Journals

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CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.60VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The NewMexico United stadium is now in the handsof voters. Monday night, the AlbuquerqueCity Council voted 7-2 to put a $50 millionmultipurpose soccer stadium bondquestion on the Nov. 2 ballot.The vote comes less than a month after thecity released a stadium feasibility report.The study shows that the stadium shouldeither be at Coal and Broadway or 2nd andIron. If the city uses one of the twopreferred sites, the report estimates theproject would cost between $64 millionand $70 million. The costs assume thatconstruction would start next year, and thestudy recommends 10,000 to 12,000 seatsincluding luxury suites.One downtown resident says he wouldwelcome the stadium in his neighborhood.“I think it would be really great, we livedowntown. It would be great to take myson to some games downtown that wecould walk to,” said Timmy Schools.NEW MEXICO UNITEDSTADIUM PROPOSAL TOBE ON NOVEMBERBALLOTBy KRQE Staff08/17/2021Copyright: KRQEFrom municipal water system resiliency toenergy projects, the bipartisaninfrastructure package that passed the U.S.Senate on a 69-30 vote this week couldhelp a variety of projects within the state.The Infrastructure Investment and JobsAct now heads to the U.S. House ofRepresentatives, which is reconvening onAug. 23—about a month earlier than it hadpreviously planned.In a statement following the passage of thebill, U.S. Senator Ben Ray Luján, a NewMexico Democrat, said that it will “bringbillions of dollars to New Mexico tomodernize our infrastructure and createnew jobs and opportunities. From repairingour roads and highways to taking aim at thedigital divide, this legislation will make adifference in the lives of all New Mexicans.”Eastern New Mexico Water UtilityAuthorityThe bill also provides $5 billion in fundingfor water projects in the western UnitedStates and, according to a press releasefrom U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, willfund the Eastern New Mexico Water UtilityAuthority’s project to pipe water from UteLake near Logan to communities in theeastern part of the state as far south asElida that currently get water from thedepleting and deteriorating Ogallalaaquifer.FIVE WAYS THE FEDERALINFRASTRUCTURE BILLCOULD BENEFIT NEWMEXICO PROJECTSBy Hannah Grover, NM Political Report08/13/2021

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CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.61VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05According to the Eastern New MexicoWater Utility Authority, the water in theOgallala aquifer below Clovis and Portaleshas decreased by more than 100 feet in thepast decades and hydrologic expertspredict that it will no longer be able tosupport municipal demands in the nearfuture.Sanitation for Indigenous communitiesThe infrastructure bill provides $3.5 billionto the Indian Health Service to funddomestic and community sanitationfacilities. A press release from Heinrich’soffice states that the funding will fullycover the backlog of water and sanitationprojects. This will improve access toreliable and clean water in Indigenouscommunities.This funding will be distributed from fiscalyear 2022 through fiscal year 2026, with$700 million available each year.Luján and Heinrich have advocated forfunding to address the backlog in projects.In May, they joined with U.S. SenatorKrysten Sinema, an Arizona Democrat, tointroduce a bill to fund projects identifiedin the annual report to Congress regardingsanitation level deficiencies in NativieAmerican homes.Pumped hydro storageThe infrastructure package directs the U.S.Department of Energy to enter into anagreement for a demonstration pumpedhydro storage project by Sept. 30, 2023.This project must be able to generate 1,000megawatts of storage capacity and theelectricity must be able to be used by morethan one organized electricity market. The electricity used to pump the water tothe upper reservoir must come fromintermittent renewable sources like windand solar located on tribal lands and it musthave preliminary permit approval from theFederal Energy Regulatory Commission.A proposal by Kinetic Power meets all ofthose requirements and Conroy said hiscompany may apply. Conroy said hiscompany is still working with NavajoNation to get the necessary approvals tomove forward at the Beclabito site.“The project would emit zero carbonemissions, it would have no emissionswhatsoever once it was built,” Conroy said.The location in northwest New Mexico isattractive in part because of the deepcanyons that can be used for the facilityand in part because of the closure of coal-fired power plants in the Four Cornersregion. As coal-fired power plants close,transmission capacity becomes available.Conroy said the plan is to connect into thegrid at the San Juan Substation as well asthe Four Corners Substation. This will allowthe energy to be sent to Arizona, California,New Mexico and other markets. Carbon captureEnchant Energy could choose to apply forsome of the funding in the infrastructurebill as it seeks to acquire the San JuanGenerating Station and retrofit it withcarbon capture technology.

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CONSTRUCTION: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.62VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05“We are very pleased with the support theBiden Administration and Congress haveshown for carbon capture projects asimportant and essential components ofclimate change initiatives,” said EnchantEnergy CEO Cindy Crane in a statement toNM Political Report. “The infrastructurebill offers billions of dollars to developcarbon capture that will boost thetechnologies and projects needed toreduce emissions that contribute to climatechange.” Crane said Enchant Energy is particularlyinterested in the $2.5 billion in funding forlarge demonstration projects. Two of thoseprojects are required to come from coalelectric generation, like the San JuanGenerating Station.She further highlighted sections of the billthat would fund carbon sequestrationinfrastructure projects, such as pipelines totransport carbon dioxide and storageprojects, including Class VI injection wells.Enchant Energy hopes to sequester thecarbon dioxide captured from the San JuanGenerating Station in Class VI wells.Hydrogen energyHeinrich has said he believes New Mexicocould be a leader in hydrogen power andthe infrastructure bill has severalprovisions aimed at helping the buddingindustry. Pieces of legislation Heinrichintroduced earlier this year wereincorporated into the infrastructurepackage, including $200 million annuallyfor Fiscal Years 2022 through 2026 todecrease the cost of hydrogen productionfrom electrolyzers.The infrastructure bill could also lead to thecreation of at least four hydrogen powerdemonstration projects and requires thattwo of them be located in regions with highlevels of natural gas production.Copyright: NM Political Report

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The expanding Phoenix campus of GrandCanyon University is about to expand somemore with the upcoming construction oftwo new residence halls.The school, located at W. Camelback Road,is already in the process of building aresidence hall complex which will housesome 1,800 apartment units.The two new residence halls will give toGCU an additional 1200 units, in twoseparate 6-story structures.Founded in 1949, GCU has seen a steadyincrease in its student count, with anenrollment today of more than 25,000people, not to mention the roughly 90,000who receive instruction online.The school currently has just under 30residence halls. Those halls on averagehouse around 600 beds each.The most recent residence hall project,which is a part of a larger campus-wide$100 million capital building plan, is acomplex called The Rivers and designed toprovide another 1,800 units.The Rivers includes 3 six-story halls, eachwith 600 sleeping units, not to mention aparking garage with space for up to 2,800vehicles.The new halls will go up near the intersectionof Camelback Road and 28th Avenue and willbe paid for out of the school’s own capitalreserves.A primary reason for the GCU’s ongoingresidential hall construction is centered onthe expectation that before the end of thedecade the school will see an enrollment ofup to 40,000 students.That figure will make the private Christianuniversity competitive with Arizona StateUniversity, which has an enrollment ofaround 43,000; and the University of Arizonaat just over 45,000 students.Plans now call for work to begin on the twonew halls later this year, with a completiondate in time for the fall 2022 semester.CONSTRUCTION: SOUTHWEST2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.VERY BUSY ANDGROWING GRANDCANYON UNIVERSITYPLANNING FOR NEWCONSTRUCTIONBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/16/2021Copyright: GCU Today63VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Work could begin this fall on theconstruction of what is expected to be an$800 million new data center campus onthe southeast side of the city of Mesa forthe multinational technology company andsocial media giant Facebook.The project will include two separatebuildings, comprising a total footprint ofaround 960,000 square feet, and is set togo up at the intersection of Elliot Road andEllsworth Road.Last month the Menlo Park, California-based company purchased just under 400acres at the site for more than $123 million.Addressing concerns that some localofficials have expressed over water usagefor the project, Facebook has alsoannounced that it will initiate three waterrestoration projects designed to restorearound 200 million gallons of waterannually in the Colorado River and SaltRiver basins.Facebook has been on a building spree thisyear. The company is adding two new datacenters to its existing complex in Prineville,Oregon. Earlier this spring, Facebook alsoannounced construction of two newcenters in Altoona, Iowa.Upon completion, the Mesa facility will beFacebook’s first data center in the GrandCanyon State.In a statement, Rachel Peterson, vice-president for infrastructure at Facebook, saidthe company chose to build at the Mesa sitebecause it has “great access to infrastructure,opportunities for renewable energydevelopment, strong talent for bothconstruction and operations, and greatcommunity partners.”CONSTRUCTION: SOUTHWEST2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.MASSIVE NEW FACEBOOKDATA CENTER SET FORCONSTRUCTION INSOUTHERN ARIZONABy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/17/2021Copyright: The Arizona Republic 64VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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CONSTRUCTION: NATIONAL2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.65VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05America’s small businesses, including themuch-vaunted Mom and Pop’s, have longbeen regarded as the backbone of thenation’s economy, accounting for justunder 50% of all U.S. employees.But now, according to a new surveyreleased by the National Federation ofIndependent Business, many of those smallbusinesses are feeling increasingly negativeregarding the strength of the nationaleconomy as it heads into the final quartersof 2021.According to the group’s most recent jobsreport, some 49% of small business ownerssaid their less-than optimistic outlook isdue to the large number of job openingsthey have that have gone unfilled.According to the report, that is the highestsuch percentage recorded since 1974.Skepticism regarding future businessconditions are additionally being fueled byother factors. In a statement, BillDunkelberg, chief economist with theNational Federation of IndependentBusiness, said business owners “are alsoreporting that supply chain disruptions arehaving an impact on their businesses.”“Ultimately,” continued Dunkelberg,“owners could sell more if they couldacquire more supplies and inventories fromtheir supply chains.”LACK OF WORKERSHAVING NEGATIVEIMPACT ON SMALLBUSINESS OUTLOOK,SAYS NEW SURVEYBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/12/2021While 61% of the owners surveyedreported either trying to hire, or areactually hiring in July, an overwhelming91% said they said had too few orunqualified applicants for the positionsthey were trying to fill.Among construction firms, 66% reportedfew or unqualified applicants for openpositions.As of July, some 43% of small businessowners reported having job openings forskilled workers, with 25% having jobopenings for unskilled workers.Dunkelberg additionally noted that, in aneffort to attract a qualified workforce,owners are “raising compensation to thehighest levels in 48 years.”The outlook for equipment rental revenue,comprised of the construction/industrialand general tool segments, has improvedover the last quarter. The updated secondquarter forecast released by the AmericanRental Association (ARA) now calls forequipment rental revenue to exceed $47.8billion in 2021, nearly a 3.5 percentincrease over 2020 and greater than lastquarter’s forecast that called for a 3.1percent increase this year. Overall, the ARA forecast calls for a hefty9.68 percent increase in revenue in 2022 toreach nearly $52.5 billion, surpassing theequipment rental industry’s previous peakrevenue of nearly $51 billion in 2019. ARA FORECAST SHOWSIMPROVED OUTLOOK FORRENTAL REVENUE &INVESTMENTBy American Rental Association08/15/2021

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CONSTRUCTION: NATIONAL2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.66VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Growth is expected to be 3.9 percent in2023, 2.4 percent in 2024 and 3.5 percentin 2025 to total $57.7 billion.The revenue increases are fueled by theexpected strong demand for constructionand industrial equipment rental,particularly in 2022, when the segment’srevenues are expected to jump 11.9percent to $38.9 billion, surpassing therecord $37.7 billion in revenue set in 2019.Also, with the likely passage of theInfrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of2021 (IIJA) by the U.S. Congress, the futureforecast for equipment rental revenue in2022 and beyond could be even morerobust.“Once final passage occurs, we will havemore specific analysis built into futureforecasts, but at first glance it looks like theIIJA could increase rental revenues byabout $8 billion over the eight-yearspending program the IIJA authorizes,”says John McClelland, ARA vice presidentfor government affairs and chief economist. “That would roughly amount to an increasein rental revenues for construction andindustrial equipment of 7.8 percent overthe current forecast. While we need detailson how and when the money will be spentto provide a more complete forecast on theIIJA’s impact on the equipment and eventrental industry, early analysis is quitepositive,” McClelland says.Scott Hazelton, director, economics andcountry risk, IHS Markit, Andover, Mass.,says the timing of the infrastructurespending remains unclear, making itdifficult to assess the rental forecastimplications over time, but that thecompany, which provides data and analysisfor the ARA Rentalytics forecasting service,expects to start incorporating the detailsinto the next quarterly rental revenueforecast update.For now, Hazelton says the outlook thisquarter is more positive than the firstquarter because the forecast fornonresidential construction has improvedand the American Institute of Architectsbillings index has moved into positiveterritory.“When that index indicates expansion forthree consecutive months, there is a highlikelihood that nonresidential constructionwill pick up 12 to 18 months later. Whilethis only moves the nonresidential forecastfrom roughly flat to modest growth, it isenough to move rental equipment demandup,” Hazelton says.In addition, he says some of the $350 billionin undesignated funds to state andmunicipal governments in the AmericanRescue Plan is expected to be used forconstruction projects, which also translatesinto more demand for equipment rental.Perhaps the most interesting figuresincluded in the new forecast concern theoutlook for investment. According to ARARentalytics, those in the construction andindustrial segment are expected toincrease investment this year by 48.1percent to $7.2 billion and another 40percent in 2022 to reach nearly $10.1billion, surpassing the peak industryinvestment in equipment of $9.95 billion in2019.Continue reading >

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Construction workers continue to loglower vaccination rates than workers inother industries, according to a new surveyreleased by the Silver Spring, Marylandgroup CPWR—The Center forConstruction Research and Training.In conjunction with the Delphia Group atCarnegie Mellon University, the CPWRstudy shows that while an average of 82%of workers in all other fields report beingvaccinated, that number drops to 57% forthose in the construction industry.At the same time, while 16% of workers inall other industries said they were hesitantto get vaccinated, 39% of those working inconstruction felt the same way.CPWR’s numbers also reveal a variety ofreasons for vaccine hesitancy within theindustry, with 56% of respondents in mid-July indicating that they didn’t trustvaccines. That numbers has increased fromFebruary, when it stood at 44%.A similarly large number said they distrustedvaccines in general, a number that has alsobeen on the rise since earlier this year.Also, of those surveyed, nearly 55% said theywere worried about the possible side effectsof getting a vaccine.A smaller number, at 23.5%, indicated thatthey thought vaccines were ineffective, anumber that has remained fairly staticthroughout the year.The CPWR study shows worker vaccinationsrates to be somewhat high in the Southwest,ranging between 51% and 55%; lower in theSouth; and substantially greater, at 71% and69%, in California and New York.As of June, CPWR showed 55% of allconstruction workers were vaccinated inArizona and 51% in Colorado. The latestfigures for New Mexico were recorded inMarch, showing 42.1% of all constructionworkers had been vaccinated.Despite the lower numbers when comparedto other industries, vaccination rates withinthe construction industry have been on therise throughout the year, from 1.8% inJanuary to 57% last month.The construction industry vaccination rate,says the Data Digest, which is published bythe Associated General Contractors ofAmerica, reveal near-term challenges as“governments and private ownersincreasingly impose vaccination and testingmandates for anyone on their premises.”CONSTRUCTION: TRENDS2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.NEW STUDY REVEALSCONSTRUCTIONINDUSTRY VACCINATIONCHALLENGEBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/18/2021Copyright: CBC67VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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PROJECT OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM.CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Scope will include demolition of existing structures, refurbishing threebuildings, and constructing five new buildings and associated exhibitconstruction, sitework, and utilities.Project Red Notes:SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO: L Anderson landerson@studioswarch.comSUBMIT BIDS TO: Requests for the electonic link to be emailed can besent to cityclerk@cabq.govCOST PROPOSAL-AUSTRAILIA at the ABQ BioPark Zoo, CPN 730394https://sfftp.cabq.gov/link/mnhslalq20Q/TECHNICAL PROPOSAL-AUSTRAILIA at the ABQ BioPark Zoo, CPN730394https://sfftp.cabq.gov/link/g8n7W-rxoZY/FEATUREDPROJECT2021-57B3 >AUSTRALIA EXHIBIT @THE ABQBIOPARK ZOOScope: PUBLICTotal Planroom Visitors: 1,680 + 71VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05OWNER: City ofAlbuquerqueKey InformationAddress: One Civic Plaza NWAlbuquerque NM 87102Bid Date/Time: 8/31/2021 - 01:30pm MSTAddenda Count: 0Memo Count: 0Estimated Cost: $22,000,000Phase: BiddingStage: ActiveStatus:New Project / First ReportProject Type: New ConstructionCategory: Federal / State / MunicipalPublic Funding: YesBid Security: ArchitectPlans/Specs Status: Online Only - sign upfor our plan room to viewARCHITECT: StudioSouthwestArchitects, Inc. Address: 2101 Mountain Rd NWAlbuquerque NM 87104Phone Number:(505) 843-9639Pre-bid Conference08/11/2021 8:00 AM MSTCottonwood Cafe (inside the Zoo)903 10th St SWAlbuquerque, NM 87102

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER FEATURED PROJECTSARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, AND DESIGN [The Deming Public Schools District has funding to perform HVAC upgrades at two schools in Deming NewMexico. The two schools are Red Mountain Middle School and Bataan Elementary. The ProfessionalServices for HVAC upgrades...CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >2021-5F5B ARCHITECTURAL AND/ORENGINEERING SERVICESOWNER: Deming Public SchoolsBUILTENVIRONMENTLos Alamos County requires, on a recurring basis, architect and engineering services related to the study,planning and design of public infrastructure. The primary user department will be Department of PublicWorks (“DPW”), but other County Departments/Divisions may use as needed, by coordinating with DPW.CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >2021-5F5F ON-CALL ARCHITECT ANDENGINEERING SERVICESOWNER: Los Alamos CountyVillage of Hatch is located off mile marker 42 along 1-25, north of Las Cruces, NM The Village is bisected byNM 26 and is home to the famous hatch chili. The Village has historically experienced flooding, has agingwater and sewer infrastructure, and was adversely impacted by COVID-19, causing several businesses toclose. The Village is seeking Engineering and Architectural services that will assist in implementing its...CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS >2021-5F5D ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTUREOWNER: Village of Hatch73VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.2021-5B71: New Santa FeApartment Complex-LasSoleras DriveSCOPE: One of the largest proposed apartment projects in SantaFe could see construction beginning next year, if it secures cityapproval.Owner: ---Awarded Architect:---Project Information:EST Bid Date: ---Phase: PreBidStage: Conceptual / No DesignStatus: New Project / First ReportProject Type: New ConstructionCategory: Housing / Apartments / CondosPublic Funding: YesPRE-BIDCONSTRUCTIONCopyright:: Albuquerque JournalBUILTENVIRONMENTFormer San Francisco 49ers ownerEdward DeBartolo Jr.’s Florida-basedDeBartolo Development proposesbuilding a 336-unit apartment complexin the Las Soleras development on thesouth side.It would be among three apartmentprojects with more than 300 units tostart construction in the comingmonths. All are bigger than the currentlargest Santa Fe multifamily communityon one plot of land, the 296-unitTalavera Apartment Homes on SouthMeadows Road.The project at 5300 Las Soleras Drivewould be directly behind and acrossPromenade Boulevard fromMcDonald’s, Dion’s and the StateEmployees Credit Union on CerrillosRoad.The project was presented Tuesday atan Early Neighborhood Notificationmeeting on Zoom that precedes anyfilings with the city of Santa Fe LandUse Department. Project planningconsultant Jim Siebert expects to havethe DeBartolo development plan beforethe city Planning Commission inNovember.Continue reading > 336 APARTMENTSPROPOSED FOR LASSOLERASBy Teya Vitu, Santa Fe New Mexican08/04/202174VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.NEW MEXICOACTIVE PROJECTSADDITIONS / RENOVATIONS / UPGRADESITE WORK / NON-BUILDINGVENDOR / PROFESSIONAL SERVICESBUILTENVIRONMENTEST. COST: $6,957,975EST. COST: $7,500,000EST. COST: $25,000,000Menicucci Insurance specializes in creating custom insurance solutions for you and your unique business.From plans that cover excess liability insurance to construction equipment, our insurance policies offer awide range of coverage. We are here to protect your interests.We also understand that your needs evolve over time, so we’re always looking out for more opportunities toimprove our risk management strategies. Our expert agents have built Menicucci Insurance's reputation onintegrity and dependability.From small crews to large contractors, we will be by your side.CONTACT USNEW CONSTRUCTIONEST. COST: $25,200,000MATERIAL / EQUIP / SERVICE / INSTALLEST. COST: $2,050,00075VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGFire Station 3Dispatch andBoilerReplacementsPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVE2021-5F5A09/02/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Modify 2 rooms tocreate a new alternate dispatch center,new electrical circuits, migrate all circuitsassociated with this work to a singlepanel, new data circuits, new CRAC unitfor the server room, separate one roominto 2 for new server room; also replacethe boiler with 2 new high efficiencyboilers, new controls and pumps.$500,000ADDITIONS /RENOVATIONS /UPGRADEESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $6.9 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTCLICK HERE PROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDRECOMMENDED09/02/20212:00 PM MSTUS Electrical Corp Silver Stream Electric IncNewman Electric Corporation Midstate Electric LE Electric CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 260000 Electrical MEMBERSPh: (505) 260-1000Ph: (505) 598-4045Ph: (505) 762-7174Ph: (575) 835-0921 Ph: (575) 526-8483VIEW MORE > NEW PROJECTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-5F5A Fire Station 3 Dispatch and Boiler... >2021-5B45 DAC South Central Wastewater... >2021-5E81 BPS School - Systems and Security... >QUICK VIEW:Additions / Renovations / Upgrade ProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >76VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGDAC SouthCentralWastewaterTreatment...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVE2021-5B4509/09/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: The project consists ofrehabilitation of SBR and sludge holdingtank equipment; installation of a newheadworks with mechanical screen, gritchamber, and influent lift station;improvements to sludge dewatering areaincluding enclosure of existing metalbuilding canopy, rehabilitation of theexisting belt filter press and new polymerinjection equipment$3,639,000ADDITIONS /RENOVATIONS /UPGRADEESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $6.9 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTCLICK HERE PROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDRECOMMENDED08/17/202110:00 AM MSTAlpha Southwest IncCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 460000 Water & WastewaterEquipmentMEMBERS Address: 205 Rossmoor Rd. SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105 Phone: (505) 877-0287 Website: alphasw.comNEW PROJECTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-5F5A Fire Station 3 Dispatch and Boiler... >2021-5B45 DAC South Central Wastewater... >2021-5E81 BPS School - Systems and Security... >QUICK VIEW:Additions / Renovations / Upgrade ProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >77VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGBPS-Systemsand SecurityImprovementsPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVE2021-5E8109/06/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Work to include thedemolition of existing on-site parkingareas, roads, sidewalks, and portions ofthe existing play field. New work is toinclude new site grading and drainage,new and resurfaced parking areas, newbus loop drop off, new parent/ studentdrop off roadway. New concrete sidewalk,curb and gutter, and new site fencing andaccess gates. New exterior basketballcourts are to be installed. Renovations inMiddle School building to include newentry vestibule doors, partial re-roof of 1classroom wing, partial stucco patch andrepair, and installation of conduit for newsecurity camera system...$2,818,975ADDITIONS /RENOVATIONS /UPGRADEESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $6.9 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTCLICK HERE PROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDMANDATORY08/19/20212:00 PM MSTConcrete Systems Inc Altor Construction, Inc Newman Electric Corporation Zia Concrete Supply Moriarty Concrete Products CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 030000 Concrete MEMBERSPh: (505) 884-1134Ph: (505) 341-1551Ph: (505) 762-7174Ph: (505) 246-9848 Ph: (505) 832-5251VIEW MORE > NEW PROJECTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-5F5A Fire Station 3 Dispatch and Boiler... >2021-5B45 DAC South Central Wastewater... >2021-5E81 BPS School - Systems and Security... >QUICK VIEW:Additions / Renovations / Upgrade ProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >78VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVEMATERIAL / EQUIP /SERVICE / INSTALLESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $2.05 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGCity Of SantaRosa WaterMeterReplacementPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-587108/31/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Installation of 942water meters and implementation of amobile AMR system within the City ofSanta Rosa.$850,000CLICK HERE MANDATORY08/10/202110:00 AM MSTAllied 360 Construction LLC Coats Pump & Supply IncFerguson Waterworks Total Contracting Services IncMarcon Excavating IncCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 330000 Utilities MEMBERSPh: (505) 470-5779Ph: (505) 734-5480Ph: (505) 449-4900Ph: (505) 800-7155 Ph: (505) 672-0490VIEW MORE > BECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-5871 City of Santa Rosa WaterMeter Replacement Project > 2021-57C4 RE-BID- Clovis MunicipalAirport Perimeter Fence > QUICK VIEW:Material/ Equip / Service / Install ProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >79VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVEMATERIAL / EQUIP /SERVICE / INSTALLESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $2.05 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGRE-BID- ClovisMunicipalAirportPerimeter...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-57C408/30/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Install security fencingand electronic gates$1,200,000CLICK HERE Enchantment Fences LLC Los Alamos Landscaping & More American Fence Company of NMEnchantment Fences LLCAlbuquerque Fence Co LLCCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 320000 Exterior Improvements MEMBERSPh: (505) 877-7070Ph: (505) 662-6234Ph: (505) 897-3103Ph: (505) 877-7070Ph: (505) 898-3696VIEW MORE > BECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-5871 City of Santa Rosa WaterMeter Replacement Project > 2021-57C4 RE-BID- Clovis MunicipalAirport Perimeter Fence > QUICK VIEW:Material/ Equip / Service / Install ProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >80VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVENEWCONSTRUCTION ESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $25.2 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGAustraliaExhibit @theABQ BioParkZooPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-57B308/31/20211:30 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Scope will includedemolition of existing structures,refurbishing three buildings, andconstructing five new buildings andassociated exhibit construction, sitework,and utilities.$22,000,000CLICK HERE RECOMMENDED08/11/20218:00 AM MSTSanchez Demolition IncSouder Miller & AssociatesGWC Construction Inc Southwest Hazard Control Inc GranCor Environmental LLC CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 020000 Existing ConditionsMEMBERSPh: (505) 620-2237Ph: (505) 299-0942Ph: (575) 396-8492Ph: (505) 298-6930Ph: (505) 884-1683VIEW MORE > BECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-57B3 Australia Exhibit @the ABQBioPark Zoo > 2021-57C1 Taos County Veteran'sCemetery > 2021-535C Valencia Soil and WaterConservation District (VSWCD)Phase 2 Administrative Office > QUICK VIEW:New ConstructionProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >81VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVENEWCONSTRUCTION ESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $25.2 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGTaos CountyVeteran'sCemeteryPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-57C108/30/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Earthwork, grading andcompaction of cemetery area, buildingsites, access roads and parking areas.Construction of a new administrationbuilding and committal shelter.Construction of a new cemetery burialarea comprising pre-placed precastconcrete lawn crypts and areas for buriedcremains. Construction of newaboveground columbaria. Construction ofnew site improvements consisting oflandscaping etc$2,500,000CLICK HERE MANDATORY08/12/20219:30 PM MSTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-979382VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021-57B3 Australia Exhibit @the ABQBioPark Zoo > 2021-57C1 Taos County Veteran'sCemetery > 2021-535C Valencia Soil and WaterConservation District (VSWCD)Phase 2 Administrative Office > QUICK VIEW:New ConstructionProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >Sequoia Landscaping Inc Rio Grande Landscapes Desert Fox Paving LLCCassidy's Landscaping IncAccu-Stripe IncCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 320000 Exterior Improvements MEMBERSPh: (505) 977-2767Ph: (505) 864-0647Ph: (505) 892-5400Ph: (505) 474-4500Ph: (505) 296-7529VIEW MORE >

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVENEWCONSTRUCTION ESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $25.2 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGValencia Soiland WaterConservation...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-535C08/26/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: The building is toconstructed of masonry with a steelstructure. The building will provide officespace, conference room, and supportspace for the owner.$700,000CLICK HERE Rio Bravo Contractors Southwest Ironwork Inc Raysteel Inc Pace Metals North LLCMetal Crafters of Albuquerque CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 050000 Metals MEMBERSPh: (505) 268-5650Ph: (505) 296-9600Ph: (505) 898-3309Ph: (505) 873-2611Ph: (505) 881-4460VIEW MORE > BECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-979383VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021-57B3 Australia Exhibit @the ABQBioPark Zoo > 2021-57C1 Taos County Veteran'sCemetery > 2021-535C Valencia Soil and WaterConservation District (VSWCD)Phase 2 Administrative Office > QUICK VIEW:New ConstructionProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVESITE WORK / NON-BUILDINGESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $7.5 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGFortuna/AvalonInterceptorRehabilitationPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-57C309/08/20211:30 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: This project will installa liner in the Westside Interceptor, acritical 48" sewer main. The liner willessentially create a new pipe andeliminate the likelihood that the corrodedexisting concrete pipe will fail.Work will consists of: Traffic control,installation of bypass pumping setup andpiping. Bypass pumping, pipeline andmanhole preparation, point repairs,trenching additional insertion points ormanholes as needed, liner installation,bypass piping removal, restoration andasphalt replacement. Televising existingconditions and final product.$6,000,000CLICK HERE MANDATORY08/25/202110:00 AM MSTJR Striping Inc Rio Services Inc Mesa Verde Enterprises Inc E2RC LLC 814 Solutions LLC CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 310000 EarthworkMEMBERSPh: (575) 427-4112Ph: (575) 589-9432Ph: (575) 437-2995Ph: (505) 867-4040Ph: (505) 872-0846VIEW MORE > NEW PROJECTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-97932021-57C3 Fortuna/AvalonInterceptor Rehabilitation > 2021-5BC9 Landscape ArchitecturalConsultants On-Call Prototype Median& Interstate Landscape Design andConstruction > QUICK VIEW:SiteWork/ Non-BuildingProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >84VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVESITE WORK / NON-BUILDINGESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $7.5 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireMilitaryParks / RecreationFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTPROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGLandscapeArchitecturalConsultants..PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIAL2021-5BC909/01/20213:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: Work scope includesdesign for small landscape architecturalprojects for various departments, City-wide locations, utilizing Cityspecifications. Tasks include: sitemeetings with stakeholders, site andfacility assessment, proposal preparation,site planning, design and planpreparation, cost estimating, permittingand construction phase services.$1,500,000CLICK HERE NEW PROJECTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-979385VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021-57C3 Fortuna/AvalonInterceptor Rehabilitation > 2021-5BC9 Landscape ArchitecturalConsultants On-Call Prototype Median& Interstate Landscape Design andConstruction > QUICK VIEW:SiteWork/ Non-BuildingProjectsACTIVE PROJECT HOME PAGE >Westwind Landscape Const. Inc. Yellowstone Landscape The Hilltop LandscapeLeeScapes Accent Landscape ContractorsCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 320000 Exterior Improvements MEMBERSPh: (505) 881-8925Ph: (505) 898-9615Ph: (505) 898-9690Ph: (505) 822-8722Ph: (505) 881-4880VIEW MORE >

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PROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERBID DATE/TIMEESTIMATEDCOSTPRE-BIDMEETINGTwo PhaseDesign BuildWyomingGates, KAFB...PROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALScott's Fencing Co., Inc. TriWest Fence LLC Enchantment Fences LLC Albuquerque Fence Co LLCGM Emulsion LLC CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER'STOP 320000 EXTERIORIMPROVEMENTS MEMBERSPh: (505) 821-114Ph: (505) 867-6433Ph: (505) 877-7070Ph: (505) 898-3696Ph: (505) 471-9981VIEW MORE > 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ACTIVE2021-5EFE08/25/20212:00 PM MSTPLAN ROOMACCESSSCOPE OF WORK: This is a SOURCESSOUGHT announcement; a market surveyfor information only, to be used forpreliminary planning purposes. THIS ISNOT A SOLICITATION FOR PROPOSALSAND NO CONTRACT WILL BE AWARDEDFROM THIS SOURCES SOUGHT. Noreimbursement will be made for anycosts associated with providinginformation in response to this notice orany follow up information requests. TheU.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) –Albuquerque District has been tasked tosolicit for and award Wyoming Gates atKirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. Theproposed project will...$25,000,000VENDOR /PROFESSIONALSERVICESESTIMATED TOTAL VALUE: $25 MILLIONAirports / Transportation / RailPolice / FireSewer / Waterlines / SiteworkMilitaryFederal / State / MunicipalWater Storage / Tanks / DamsEducation HealthcareWastewater TreatmentRoadwork / Paving / Bridges / DOTCLICK HERE PROJECT CATAGORY LEGENDNEW PROJECTBECOME A CONSTRUCTIONREPORTERMEMBER FOR FULL ACCESS TO THIS PROJECTCALL US AT (505) 243-979386VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BID RESULTS/AWARDSDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERPROJECTOWNERApparent LowsRail YardsStreetscape2020-099DPROJECTAWARD1 Low $2,269,473.00 Bradbury Stamm2 Low $2,370,875.00 Jaynes Corporation3 Low $2,549,082.00 TLC Plumbing & UtilityMaterial / Equip / Service / Install7/27/2021Apparent LowsAIS West TerminalApronReconstruction2021-4F941 Low $7,818,123.00 Vital Consulting Group2 Low $8,957,273.00 AUI Inc8/3/2021Apparent LowsCoronado I BoosterStation Pump CanReplacementProject2021-5080 8/5/2021Apparent LowsParadise HillsCommunity CenterAddition2021-4CFE 8/6/2021BID DATESHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HERECity of AlbuquerqueAviation DepartmentBernalillo CountyPurchasingEl Paso Water UtilitiesCity of AlbuquerquePROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALConstruction Reporter Member1 Low $6,134,000.00 TA Cole & Sons Inc2 Low $6,650,000.00 HB Construction Inc3 Low $6,990,369.00 Kha'P'o ConstructionPOST BIDVendor / Professional Services1 Low $723,500.00 Smithco Construction Inc87VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BID RESULTS/AWARDSDesign / BuildAdditions / Renovations / UpgradeDemolition / AbatementNew ConstructionSite Work / Non-BuildingPROJECTNAMEPROJECT NUMBERPROJECTOWNERApparent Lows2021 PavementMill & Fill Project2021-53B5PROJECTAWARD1 Low $618,792.00 Constructors Inc2 Low $729,384.00 J & H Services IncMaterial / Equip / Service / Install8/10/2021Apparent LowsMountain ViewWaterline2021-52E81 Low $414,685.00 Ferguson Construction2 Low $545,195.00 White Cloud Pipeline Corp3 Low $660,755.00 J & H Services Inc8/10/2021Apparent LowsSouth SideTeenCenter2019-6C7B 8/11/2021Apparent LowsCamino GrandeImprovementsPhase III2021-5995 8/13/2021BID DATESHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HERECity of Roswell Village of Angel FireCity of Santa FeCity of RoswellPROJECTS OBTAINED FROM CONSTRUCTION REPORTER PLAN ROOM. CLICK HERE FOR 3 DAY TRIALConstruction Reporter Member1 Low GM Emulsion LLC2 Low Abraham's ConstructionPOST BIDVendor / Professional Services1 Low $7,959,000.00 Jaynes Corporation2 Low $8,325,000.00 Bradbury Stamm3 Low $8,410,947.00 EPPX Construction88VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactJohn Adams MSHVAC UpgradeCancer Center toCentennialEngineering, CC toMCM, CC...WAGE DETERMINATIONSAUGUST 9TH 2021 - AUGUST 13TH 2021Intersection ofBridge and CoorsRequestedDateShawn MadenCity of Albuquerque08/12/2021Shade StructureInstallation...ED...ExerplayMichael VigilCottonwood ClassicalPreparatory School08/12/2021Wage DecisionStatusAlbuquerque PublicSchools08/12/2021West Mesa HS AirWasher RepairTony SparksAlbuquerque Public Schools08/12/2021ABQCONVENTIONCENTER EASTBUILDINGREROOFINGCity of Albuquerque08/11/2021Lift Station 20Force MainExcavationsJon ErtsgaardAlbuquerque BernalilloCounty Water UtilityAuthority08/11/2021Highland PoolHVACJeanne YoungCity of Albuquerque08/11/2021UH Main - 1st FloorFluoroscopy Dept.Room 2 - EquipmentReplacementDebbie OwensUNM Hospital08/11/2021Data Center AuroraPumpsCity of Albuquerque08/10/2021Andre NunezUniversity of New Mexico08/10/2021Tony SparksMark MotskoWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision Approved2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Wage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedMichael FortenburyBernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Lincoln County Los Alamos County Luna County Otero CountyRio Arriba CountyRoosevelt County San Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos CountyBE-21-1577-BBE-21-1572-ABE-21-1563-BBE-21-1585-BBE-21-1586-BBE-21-1588-ABE-21-1568-BBE-21-1566-BBE-21-1567-BBE-21-1584-ANEW UPDATEDLINKS!TRY THEM OUT!89VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactLC Fire Station No1. Classroom 2RemodelJemez Valley PublicSchoolWAGE DETERMINATIONSAUGUST 9TH 2021 - AUGUST 13TH 2021Storefront EntranceUpgrades...ED...NickGriegoRequestedDateNorman KiaClovis Community College08/12/2021Hillrise ES SecurityVestibule andCommunicationsCesar ChavezLas Cruces Public SchoolDistrict08/13/2021Wage DecisionStatusCity of Las Cruces08/11/2021Water ProductionFacility RoofReplacement PhaseIIFernando OrtizCity of Las Cruces08/11/2021La HabraReconstructionCity of Farmington08/11/20212021 Manhole andWater ValveAdjustmentKelli SandovalCity of Farmington08/11/2021FY22 Mill and InlayKelli SandovalCity of Farmington08/11/2021Animas SubstationSewer RelocateKelli SandovalCity of Farmington08/11/2021New MexicoDepartment ofTransportationCity of Albuquerque08/13/2021Lisa PohlUniversity of New Mexico08/13/2021Alex FloresKelli SandovalWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBUILTENVIRONMENTWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision Approved2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Wage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedOlga BarronBernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Lincoln County Los Alamos County Luna County Otero CountyRio Arriba CountyRoosevelt County San Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos CountySJ-21-1578-ASJ-21-1576-ASA-21-1593-BDA-21-1571-BDA-21-1574-BDA-21-1595-BSJ-21-1575-ASA-21-1594-ASJ-21-1573-ACU-21-1589-BNEW UPDATEDLINKS!TRY THEM OUT!90VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Wage Decision CLICK TO VIEWProject TitleContractingAgencyContractingAgency ContactSan Bar StripingWAGE DETERMINATIONSAUGUST 9TH 2021 - AUGUST 13TH 2021Storefront EntranceUpgrades...ED...NickGriegoRequestedDateThomas HammNacimiento CommunityDitch Association08/13/2021Canoncito-EldoradoWaterline Phases Iand IIIConstructionServicesCoralie WhitmoreSanta Fe County 08/12/2021Wage DecisionStatusNew Mexico Departmentof Transportation08/11/2021Fidel Parking LotPavingKimela MillerNew Mexico Institute ofMining & Technology08/09/2021May ShellyBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Wage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedWage Decision ApprovedBernalillo CountyChavez CountyCurry CountyDe Baca CountyDona Ana CountyEddy CountyLea County Lincoln County Los Alamos County Luna County Otero CountyRio Arriba CountyRoosevelt County San Juan CountySan Miguel CountySandoval CountySanta Fe CountySocorro CountyTaos CountySO-21-1562-ASO-21-1570-ASF-21-1590-BSA-21-1591-ANEW UPDATEDLINKS!TRY THEM OUT!91VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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BERNALILLO COUNTYCOMMERCIALLIENS2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.DOCUMENTNUMBERLIENRECORDED DATE GRANTORGRANTEENM TAX & REV BUILTENVIRONMENTECKSTEIN REAL EST 2021094213 Subdivision JOSEPH W VANCLEAVE HOMESTEAD Lot11 Block 3 Subdivision JOSEPH W VANCLEAVEHOMESTEAD Lot 12 Block 3 Subdivision JOSEPH WVANCLEAVE HOMESTEAD Lot 13 Block 3 SubdivisionJOSEPH W VANCLEAVE HOMESTEAD Lot 14 Block 3 202109399208/10/2021ALBQ CITY 08/09/2021KENNECO CUSTOMROOFING STL 245956 $43324.36 94VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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LANDLORDS SOUGHT TO EVICTHUNDREDSBIG POPULATION GROWTHQUALITY INN & SUITESDespite eviction moratorium,landlords sought to evict hundreds inAlbuquerque > Southwestern Cities See Big PopulationIncreases, Says New Census Report > FEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE >NEW MEXICO REAL ESTATETH E BUILT ENVIRO NMENT MAGAZINEGAS STATIONCHAIN SPEEDWAYPUTS NEW MEXICOREAL ESTATE UPFOR AUCTION >

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Continuing a trend that has beenunderway since at least the 1990s, thelatest detailed results from the 2020 U.S.Census report shows that the largemetropolitan areas of the Southwestenjoyed the greatest growth in the lastdecade.Those detailed results released by theCensus Bureau saw Phoenix with thegreatest percentage point gain for a city inthe last decade, a jump of 11.2%.Phoenix is also now the fifth largest city inthe country.In terms of the larger metropolitan areas,Greeley, Colorado was up by just over30%, with two metro areas in Utah, onetaking in the cities of Provo and Orem, andthe other surveying all greater St. George,up between 27% and 30.5%.In a statement, Marc Perry, CensusBureau senior demographer, noted that“Many counties within metro areas sawgrowth, especially those in the south andwest.”However, added Perry: “Our nation isgrowing slower than it used to. The declineis evident at the local level where around52% of the counties in the United Statessaw their 2020 Census populationsdecrease from their 2010 Censuspopulations.”SOUTHWESTERN CITIESSEE BIG POPULATIONINCREASES, SAYS NEWCENSUS REPORTBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/16/2021While half of the fastest growing metro areaswere in the West, only one was added to thetop ten list for areas in decline: Farmington,New Mexico, with a 6.4% decline in the lastdecade.Th survey also underscored two ongoinghistoric trends: for the first time since theCensus began its decennial census in 1790,the country’s total white populationdeceased, falling to just under 60%.At the same time, those claiming Latino orHispanic ethnicity registered a 23% gain overthe year 2010.Despite the strong Phoenix numbers,Arizona’s growth rate was static, whileColorado saw an average increase of around2%, and Utah was up by more than 5%. In theSouthwest, only California and New Mexicosaw marginal population declines.96VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Copyright: Construction Reporter

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Alexander Handboy, an easygoing 40-year-old, moved into Arroyo Villas, a large,well-kept apartment complex in northwestAlbuquerque, in December 2019. Lessthan two months later, he lost his job as aline cook. By the time the pandemic tookhold in March and restaurants began toshutter, he’d given up hope of findingwork.By April 2020, things fell apart: His fivechildren, who often lived with him in hisone-bedroom apartment, moved to onlineschooling, and the electricity billballooned. When rent came due, he didn’thave the $687 he owed, and by mid-monthhis landlord tried to evict him.“All through COVID, I was always justtrying to stay one step ahead, trying tokeep something on,” Handboy said.In fact, his landlord had violated federallaw in filing to evict him, giving him apermanent black mark on his record.Anybody considering renting to him in thefuture will easily be able to find the recordof that eviction.The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and EconomicSecurity, or CARES, Act, went into effectjust a few weeks before Handboy receivedthe eviction notice. For four months,between late March and July, the $2.2trillion stimulus law banned landlords DESPITE EVICTIONMORATORIUM,LANDLORDS SOUGHT TOEVICT HUNDREDS INALBUQUERQUEBy Dillion Bergin, NM Political Report08/15/2021from filing to evict tenants for failing to payrent — an effort to prevent people from beingforced from their homes during a deadlypandemic. The ban applied to any propertythat was federally subsidized or wherepeople received federal housing aid.That included Handboy’s apartment building. A Searchlight New Mexico investigationfound that Handboy is one of 260 tenantswhom landlords at over 50 differentproperties attempted to unlawfully evictbetween April and July 2020 in Albuquerquealone. While many landlords did cut back onevictions, others continued filing during theCARES Act ban at a handful of properties inAlbuquerque, many of them evictionhotspots in the past decade. Some tenantsreceived as many as three or four evictionnotices during the ban.In short, the CARES Act — one of thestrongest defenses for tenants facing evictionever to exist in the state or beyond — couldn’tcompletely halt business as usual.Searchlight identified these properties bybuilding a database of all evictions in NewMexico in 2020 and then comparing it with adatabase from the National Low-IncomeHousing Coalition, which identified many ofthe properties covered by the CARES Act.We checked state mortgage records to besure the properties were in fact coveredduring the moratorium. We focused onAlbuquerque, where the majority of unlawfulevictions took place.Searchlight examined hundreds of evictionfilings, mortgage documents and federal lawsto identify landlords who tried to illegallyevict people during the CARES Actmoratorium. It found the CARES Act stay hadno teeth, and state agencies 97VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.and the courts largely failed to step in toprotect tenants. New Mexico does little totrack evictions and ensure landlords arecomplying with the law. In addition tolooking at evictions during the ban,Searchlight compiled eviction records overthe past 10 years — and reviewed morethan 100,000 court records. Thisinvestigation marks the first time thatstatewide eviction data has been gathered,analyzed and published to identify whichlandlords are evicting tenants.Since the beginning of the pandemic,thousands of other New Mexicans havefaced evictions in spite of other federal,state and local bans. However, unlikethose covered by the CARES Act, theseunlawful evictions are nearly impossible toverify, due to the lack of documentationrequired by the courts.What remains in place today is a state banon evictions for tenants who prove incourt they can’t pay rent along with a newfederal ban that applies to coronavirushotspots. When they finally end,thousands more could be at risk ofeviction.Cases kept comingAround the time Handboy received hisillegal eviction notice, Tom Prettyman, anattorney with New Mexico Legal Aid,started to get worried: He kept seeinglandlords whose properties were coveredby the CARES Act filing paperwork incourt to evict their tenants anyway. Prettyman remembers emailing thehandful of attorneys who typicallyrepresent Albuquerque landlords to tellthem about the ban. He also contacted the New Mexico MortgageFinance Authority, an agency charged withoverseeing the mortgages for many low-income properties. Apart from sending anemail in late April informing property owners,agents and managers of the law’srequirements, the agency said it couldn’t getinvolved.Finally, Prettyman and Legal Aid went to thecourts. “We sent a fax to every single districtand magistrate court judge in the state thatwe could find a fax or email address for,” hesaid.Still, the cases kept coming. What Prettymanhad noticed was just the tip of the iceberg:He’d identified a handful of landlords whowere flouting the eviction ban, but landlordsat 52 properties in total in Albuquerqueviolated the CARES Act by filing 278evictions against 260 people.Just seven of those properties make up halfof the total illegal eviction filings: RisingPhoenix, the Villas at Uptown, Casa BellaApartments, Alvarado Apartment Homes,Arioso Apartments, Sun Village Apartments(now called Union 505) and Aztec VillageApartments (now called Via Apartments).Each filed 10 or more evictions in spite of themoratorium.Continue reading > 98VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, LENDING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NEWS2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Speedway LLC, a chain of conveniencestores and gas stations, is auctioning offsix properties in New Mexico that eitherused to be gas stations or are still chunksof undeveloped land.Earlier this year, Marathon PetroleumCorp (NYSE: MPC) sold the Ohio-basedSpeedway chain of stores to 7‑Eleven Inc.,the largest chain in the convenience-retailing industry, for a reported $21billion.Now Speedway is looking to get rid of 166former Hess, Speedway and Tesoro sitesand land it had acquired at some point fordevelopment.In Indiana, Michigan and Ohio there are100 sites up for auction. Then there are 66other ones spread across Alaska, Arizona,Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois,Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland,Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico,North Carolina, Pennsylvania, RhodeIsland, Tennessee, Wisconsin and WestVirginia.GAS STATION CHAINSPEEDWAY PUTS NEWMEXICO REAL ESTATE UPFOR AUCTIONBy Brandon Brown, Albuquerque Business First08/12/2021Albuquerque — 10210 Golf Course RoadNWAlbuquerque — 1312 Bridge Blvd. SWMilan — 632 W. Hwy. 66Milan — 610 W. Hwy. 66Belen — 1224 S. Main St.Roswell — South Main Street South ofEast Poe StreetSites listed in New Mexico include:These properties are being sold in a sealedbid auction with no minimum bid. Theproperties are also being sold in "as-is where-is" parameters with all-faults condition.The auction is being run by Chicago-basedNRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC and Sept.30 is the deadline to enter a bid.99VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Speedway LLC is auctioning off six real estate properties in New Mexico.

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100VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTSHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HEREFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE NEW MEXICOALBUQUERQUELAS CRUCESSANTA FE

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101VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE ALBUQUERQUE 6300 2ND ST NWRetail Building$600,000EXECUTIVE SUMMARYHALF ACRE with tons of possibilities!! This property has 3 garages(4,474 sqft), 2 commercial lifts,an office (1,125 sqft), with tons ofyard space, and access from vineyard and 2nd st into property.Don't miss out on a Los Ranchos Gem. Call for more informationand showings. sqft of dwellings and lot are based on appraisalfrom 2003. This is an estate sale. Tenant would like to staycurrent lease is month to month. Please schedule throughshowtime or contact broker for showings. ONLY 1 CAR LIFTCONVEYS.PROPERTY FACTSSale Type: Owner UserProperty Type: RetailBuilding Size: 5,188 SFBuilding Class: CZoning: C-1Opportunity Zone: NoYear Built/Renovated: 1941/2003Price: $600,000Price Per SF: $116Building Height: 1 StoryCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS

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102VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE LAC CRUCESQUALITY INN & SUITES2200 S Valley Dr$1,700,000EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Quality Inn & Suites is a 54 unit, 2-story, exterior corridorhotel located in Las Cruces, NM. The City of Las Cruces is the 3rdlargest city in the state, and the largest city in both Dona AnaCounty and all of southern New Mexico. This well-constructedhotel boasts a business center and breakfast room, as well as aspacious 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom on-site manager's quarters.It offers a prime opportunity for a new owner-operator whowants to take advantage of a turn- key, under performing asset inthe heart of the New Mexico State University's college district.PROPERTY FACTSSale Type: InvestmentProperty Type: HospitalityBuilding Size: 21,208 SFBuilding Class: CParking Ratio: 2.85/1,000 SFOpportunity Zone: NoYear Built: 1996Price: $1,700,000Price Per Room: $30,909Building Height: 2 StoriesCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS

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103VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE SANTA FESPROUTS3201 Zafarano Dr52,994 SFEXECUTIVE SUMMARYSan Isidro Plaza is a grocery-anchored retail center located alongthe premier retail corridor in the high growth south side of SantaFe. The Center has high visibility and excellent traffic counts.Anchor tenants include: Sprouts Farmers Market, Starbucks,Eyemart Express and Aspen Dental. Four (4) buildings beingoffered for a total of 52,944 RSF (3201 Zafarano Dr 32,603 RSF,3811 Cerrillos Rd 10,000 RSF, 3875 Cerrillos Rd 8,471 RSF & 3899Cerrillos Rd 1,920 RSF)PROPERTY FACTSSale Type: Investment NNNProperty Type: RetailBuilding Size: 52,994 SFBuilding Class: BZoning: CommercialOpportunity Zone: YesYear Built: 2009NOI: $1,045,486 Percent Leased: 92%Building Height: 1 StoryCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS

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104VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTPROPERTYFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICEBUILDINGSIZEVIEW MORE ON THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WEBSITE. COMING SOON!VIEW DEALCOMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIALPROPERTY FOR SALE NEW MEXICODESCRIPTION3500 G Comanche Rd NEThe current tenant lease expires on June 30, 2023. The tenant maycontinue with occupancy depending on the Buyer's needs. No optionsremain on the master lease. Building part of HOA managed by LuxProperties. Monthly CAM/Condo/HOA fees are estimated at $291/month.New roof completed in 2021. New HVAC and split unit added in 2020. $495,000Albuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCLICK HERE CITY LEGEND3,007 SFDESCRIPTIONHacienda Del Camino RealHotel and Hot Spring2200 County Rd D061The property has 8 rooms with living area, a small house, and a 1970'strailer. They rent for $150.00 per night It has 2 ponds, 1 Gazebo on theMountain Hill, 2 Decks on the River, 20 Sheep, 5 Peacocks, 20 Chickens,and 10 Ducks included, It has corrals for 50 Sheep, a chicken coop.CLICK HERE 17,000 SFREAL ESTATEPHOTODESCRIPTIONPopeyes4100 Southern Blvd$3,341,000CLICK HERE 2,328 SFDESCRIPTIONSundance Dental Care6588 E Main StCLICK HERE 3,413 SF$5,000,000$1,516,814Tenant has recently signed a brand new 20-year lease with 4 (5-year)options to extend. The lease features 7% rental increases every 5 yearsthroughout the initial term and at the beginning of each option period,growing NOI and hedging against inflation. The lease is currentlyguaranteed by a 15 unit entity. Guarantee is projected to grow to a 30-unitguarantee in 2 years’ time...Tenant Investment in Location - Dental support organizations rarelyrelocate due to high build-out costs of and difficulty in retaining patientsPassive Lease Structure - 8.5 YR NNN lease provides owner with hands offinvestment opportunity 2020 Practice Acquisition - P4D acquired thispractice in 2020, which demonstrates their long term commitment to thislocation.

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105VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTSHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HEREFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR SALE NEW MEXICOALBUQUERQUELAS CRUCES

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106VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR SALE ALBUQUERQUE AC RETAIL DEVELOPMENT LAND13.1 Acres$1,430,000ABOUT UNSER BLVD @ MCMAHON BLVDPRICE: $1,430,000SALE TYPE: INVESTMENTNO. LOTS: 1PROPERTY TYPE: LANDPROPERTY SUBTYPE: COMMERCIALTOTAL LOT SIZE: 13.10 ACOPPORTUNITY ZONE: NOCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS

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107VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTFEATURED: COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR SALE LAS CRUCESSEC PASEO DEL VOLCAN & CHAYOTE RD1.42 Acres$371,131ABOUT SEC PASEO DEL VOLCAN & CHAYOTE RDPRICE: $371,131SALE TYPE: INVESTMENTNO. LOTS: 1PROPERTY TYPE: LANDPROPERTY SUBTYPE: COMMERCIALTOTAL LOT SIZE: 1.42 ACOPPORTUNITY ZONE: NOCLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE DETAILS

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108VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTLANDFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICETOTAL LOT SIZEVIEW MORE ON THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WEBSITE. COMING SOON!VIEW DEALDESCRIPTIONNEC CaminoEncantada & CaminoVenadaCOMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR SALE NEW MEXICOAlbuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCLICK HERE CITY LEGEND1.23 AcresDESCRIPTIONSEC Camino Venada& Lincoln Ave$776,239CLICK HERE 2.97 AcresREAL ESTATEPHOTODESCRIPTION812 N Garden Ave$399,000CLICK HERE 10.06 Acres$321,472Developers Dream - Close to the heart of Roswell. Offering 10+ acres ofraw land. Access from Garden for property. Property at NE corner is a18,000 warehouse sitting on 2 acres. Property to the SE is a 2,700warehouse sitting on 1 acre. property to the North is a feed lot.properties to the South are residential. Property to the West is owned bythe railroad.• 1.23 acres for sale in the Enchanted Hills area • Great visibility on CaminoEncantada in Rio Rancho • Ideal for neighborhood retail, medical office, orfast food • Minutes from the heart of Rio Rancho and Bernalillo• 2.97 acres for sale in the Enchanted Hills area • Great visibility on LincolnAve • Minutes from the heart of Rio Rancho and Bernalillo

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109VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTLANDFOR SALEOFFEREDPRICETOTAL LOT SIZEVIEW MORE ON THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WEBSITE. COMING SOON!VIEW DEALDESCRIPTION1806 Charlie T.LeeMemorial Rt -ByPass/HWY 54/70COMMERCIAL &INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR SALE NEW MEXICOAlbuquerque Las CrucesRio RanchoSanta FeRoswellFarmingtonClovisCarlsbadHobbsAlamogordoCLICK HERE CITY LEGEND15.07 AcresDESCRIPTIONSEC Camino Venada& Lincoln Ave$776,239CLICK HERE 2.97 AcresREAL ESTATEPHOTO$550,000Great 15+ acre commercial property located in a high visibility area as youenter Alamogordo from El Paso or Las Cruces. Price Reduced by $250k,from $950k to $700k. Fantastic site for a number of possibilities fordevelopment such as hotel(s), restaurants, multi-family, box store, etc. Callfor info. Property includes parcels R021878, R021879, R021880.• 2.97 acres for sale in the Enchanted Hills area • Great visibility on LincolnAve • Minutes from the heart of Rio Rancho and Bernalillo

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110VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICOCOMMERCIAL REAL ESTATETRANSACTIONS BERNALILLO COUNTYMenicucci Insurance specializes in creating custom insurance solutions for you and your unique business.From plans that cover excess liability insurance to construction equipment, our insurance policies offer awide range of coverage. We are here to protect your interests.We also understand that your needs evolve over time, so we’re always looking out for more opportunities toimprove our risk management strategies. Our expert agents have built Menicucci Insurance's reputation onintegrity and dependability.From small crews to large contractors, we will be by your side.CONTACT US

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111VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENT2021096239 2021096227BERNALILLO COUNTYCOMMERCIALREAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS *click document number than click public login to view transaction. **FINANCIAL INSTITUTION, LENDING COMPANY, TITLE COMPANY, AND FURTHER INFORMATIONCOMING SOON. Subdivision:JW VANCLEAVE HOMESTEAD Lot12A1 Block 5 08/13/2021Owner: MECH CON INV LLC Address: 2701 BroadwayBoulevard Ne Albuquerque, NM87107Phone: (505) 341-9777Buyer: HUNTER MONTE Subdivision:PARKLAND HILLS Lot 17 Block 64 08/13/2021Owner: DABL IV LLC Address: 10515 4th St. NW,Albuquerque, NM 87114Buyer: VENTURI DEV INC Address: 90 Camino Vega VerdeCorrales, NM 870482021095732Subdivision:LOMA LINDA Lot 8 Block 3 08/12/2021Owner: TRAIL HOUSE LLC Address: 211 12th St. NW Albuquerque, NM 87102Buyer: TRUE VINE PROPSOLUTIONS LLC Address: 814 Eroy Ave SW,Albuquerque, NM, 871022021094624Subdivision:Tract 1B2 MRGCD MAP 47 Tract 1B3 MRGCD MAP 47 08/10/2021Owner: NEIDERMAN CARL D Buyer: AUTO PARK LLC Address: 2623 Coors Blvd SwAlbuquerque, NM 871212021093925Subdivision:CUTTER IND PARK 6 Lot 3 PORT 08/09/2021Owner: KINGCAT LLC & STG PROPBuyer: DYNAMIC HOLDINGS LLC Address: 3600 Cerrillos Ste. 714c-899Santa Fe, NM 875072021093516Subdivision:ACADEMY ACRES 11 Lot 30Block 50 08/09/2021Owner: RIVIERA INC Buyer: GARCIA DANIEL GARCIA & ZARATE MENDOZA ROSA I

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VIRGIN GALACTIC'SCOMMERCIAL SPACEFLIGHTS HIT WITHFOUR MONTH DELAY > SPACE NEW MEXICOTH E B UILT E N VIRO N M E NT MA G A ZINENEW SPACE NEW MEXICO EVENTSIERRA PEAKSReminder to please join NewSpaceNew Mexico for our first Live/HybridAugust 19th 2021 T5! >BUILDING PRODUCTS AND CUSTOMSOLUTIONS >

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113VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.SPACE NEWS: NEW MEXICOALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – When billionaire SirRichard Branson launched into space fromSpaceport America in New Mexico, the push forcommercial space flights rose – but a delay hasadded months to the launch date. In a recent call with investors, Virgin GalacticCEO Michael Colglazier said they’re pushingback its timeline by an additional four months. “In late July, our team brought forward arecommendation to enhance Eve and Unity thatcould meaningfully improve flight rates,” saidColglazier. Upgrades in the passenger rocket and theMothership Eve will delay the projected launchof commercial flights, those upgrades aim toshorten the amount of time required betweeneach flight. “After testing and confirming, theseenhancements could potentially allow Eve to fly100 flights between major inspections. This is upfrom the current interval of 10 flights betweenmajor inspections today,” said Colglazier. More than 600 people have already pre-paid fortheir seats to space, and the company recentlybumped its ticket price to $450,000 a piece.But Virgin Galactic executives said those firstpaid flights likely won't happen until latesummer 2022. “We're not just watching history being made wehave our sleeves rolled up and we're making ithappen,” Colglazier said.VIRGIN GALACTIC'SCOMMERCIAL SPACEFLIGHTS HIT WITH FOURMONTH DELAYBy Nathan O'Neal, KOB 408/16/2021Copyright: Vanity Fair

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114VOULME 02 | ISSUE 052021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTSPACE EVENTSNATIONWIDELorem ipsum dolor sit amet, graecis delicata pro eu. Ludus iuvaret philosophia mei et. Utamur appetereinciderint eos ut, ad has esse tacimates recusabo. Euismod adipiscing pri an, magna simul ei quo, lorempertinax duo at. Ad commodo repudiare contentiones vix, his laoreet salutatus id.EXPECTED THIS AUGUSTLearn more > AUGUST 19THJupiter at opposition. The gas giant will bedirectly opposite the sun in Earth's sky aroundthe same time that it makes its closest approachto Earth of the year. The planet will shine at itsbiggest and brightest tonight and will be visibleall night long. View full calendar >AUGUST 20THArianespace will use a Soyuz rocket to launch 34satellites into orbit for the OneWeb internetconstellation. The mission, called OneWeb 9, willlift off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome inKazakhstan.View full calendar >AUGUST 20THConjunction of the moon and Saturn. The waxinggibbous moon will swing about 3 degrees to thesouth of Saturn in the evening sky. View full calendar >AUGUST 22NDThe full moon of August, known as the FullSturgeon Moon, occurs at 8:02 a.m. EDT (1202GMT). This will also be a so-called "Blue Moon"because it is the third full moon in a season thathas four full moons. View full calendar >AUGUST 22NDConjunction of the moon and Jupiter. The BlueSturgeon moon will swing about 4 degrees tothe south of Jupiter in the night sky. View full calendar >AUGUST 27THThe spaceflight startup Astra will launch a testpayload for the U.S. Space Force's Space TestProgram (STP-27AD1). Astra's Rocket 3.0 will liftoff from the company's Kodiak Spaceport inAlaska, at 4 p.m. EDT (2000 GMT). The launchwindow extends through Sept. 11. View full calendar >SEPTEMBER 3RDMercury reaches its highest point in the eveningsky. Shining at magnitude 0.1, the innermostplanet will be barely visible above the westernhorizon at sunset.View full calendar >AUGUST 28THA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch a Dragoncargo resupply mission (CRS-23) to theInternational Space Station. It will lift off fromLaunch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy SpaceCenter in Florida, at 3:37 a.m. EDT (0737 GMT).View full calendar >

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NEW MEXICO SPACE COMPANIES BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.115VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05SIERRA PEAKS4801 Lincoln Rd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109Phone:(505) 345.5577Sierra Peaks fosters long-term partnerships with customers to scale projects andbring customers’ ideas to fruition. Check out just a few of the industries in which wework.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE >BUILDING PRODUCTS AND CUSTOM SOLUTIONS.RS21New Mexico Phone: (505) 314-2141Every day, we see people and organizations struggling with overly complicated andexpensive software, low-quality data, and outdated methods of communication. Wesee people who have more information at their fingertips than ever before, but whoare incapable of harnessing it to make better decisions. We see confusion andisolation.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE >WE BELIEVE THE POWER OF DATA CAN UNLEASH HUMAN POTENTIALPARSONS5051 Journal Center Boulevard NE Suite 102, Albuquerque, NM 87109Phone: (505) 318-3939We deliver innovative technology-driven solutions in the defense, intelligence, andcritical infrastructure markets around the globe; making the world safer, healthier,and more connected.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE >REALIZE MISSION SUCCESS WITH INNOVATIVE AND COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS.

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.117VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05EVENT CALENDARAUGUST 2021MONDAY AUGUST 23RD8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - 36TH SPACE SYMPOSIUM - CLICK HERE REMINDER TO PLEASE JOINNEWSPACE NEW MEXICOFOR OUR FIRSTLIVE/HYBRID AUGUST19TH 2021 T5!FEATURING VIRGINGALACTIC UNITY 22LAUNCH FROMSPACEPORT AMERICA REGISTER HERE – FOR LIVE OR VIRTUALNew Mexico personifies the essential spirit of theaerospace revolution – from our world-class commercialSpaceport with over 6,000 square miles of protectedairspace to the dozens of cutting-edge tech companieswho are tackling some of the universe’s greatestchallenges. New Mexico’s intellectual capital and accessto key federal resources are second to none.LEADERSHIPFrom Fortune 500 industry powerhouses and the verybest government-funded science, engineering andresearch laboratories to our expansive militaryinstallations, research, testing & evaluation capabilitiesand energized young start-ups, New Mexicans arechanging the very destiny of our future in space.INNOVATIONThe global space economy is estimated to grow over800% in the next 20 years. NewSpace New Mexico is hereto attract, foster and promote the technological andeconomic advancement of the space industry in NewMexico. New Mexico has always been a gateway to newfrontiers – guided by grit, resourcefulness, and thebrilliant night-sky that captures our aspirations.GROWTHFoster an entrepreneurial, business-focused commercialspace ecosystem in New Mexico by making connections,advocating for stakeholders, and preparing for the future.OUR MISSION3rd Thursday, August 19th, 4:30 Live start and5:00 Virtual Start to 6:00 pm MT – Please joinus for a special Tech Talk with Jason Lazich ofVirgin Galactic to share the exciting Unity 22Launch on July 11 from Spaceport America.

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INDUSTRYNEWS QUICK LINKSBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.LEGISLATION: NEW MEXICOADVANCE OF BIG INFRASTRUCTURE BILLMAY BE COMPLICATED BY LEGISLATIVEMANEUVERINGNEW MEXICO TO RE-IMPLEMENTINDOOR MASK MANDATE;VACCINATIONS REQUIRED INHOSPITALS, CONGREGATE SETTINGSNEW MEXICOWEEDFEED ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERSNAMED FOR NM CANNABIS CONTROLDIVISIONNEW MEXICOLAS CRUCES ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR THERENOVATION OF MUCH-USED SKATE PARKGROWING LOS LUNAS SCHOOL TO SEERENOVATIONPLANS FOR NEW ALBUQUERQUE APARTMENTCOMPLEX ANNOUNCEDSILVER CITY TO SEE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW DISCGOLF COURSESAN DIEGO DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PLANSLUXURY APARTMENTS AT THE TRAILSCOMMUNITY ON ALBUQUERQUE'S WESTSIDENEW MEXICO UNITED STADIUM PROPOSAL TO BEON NOVEMBER BALLOTFIVE WAYS THE FEDERAL INFRASTRUCTURE BILLCOULD BENEFIT NEW MEXICO PROJECTSVERY BUSY AND GROWING GRAND CANYONUNIVERSITY PLANNING FOR NEW CONSTRUCTIONMASSIVE NEW FACEBOOK DATA CENTER SET FORCONSTRUCTION IN SOUTHERN ARIZONALACK OF WORKERS HAVING NEGATIVE IMPACT ONSMALL BUSINESS OUTLOOK, SAYS NEW SURVEYARA FORECAST SHOWS IMPROVED OUTLOOK FORRENTAL REVENUE & INVESTMENTNEW STUDY REVEALS CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRYVACCINATION CHALLENGENEW MEXICOSOUTHWESTNATIONAL TRENDSCONSTRUCTIONHave a story or a lead let? Let us know byemailing magazine@constructionreporter.comCONSTRUCTION SUPPLY PRICES SEE BIGMID-SUMMER GAINNATIONALVENDORS / SUPPLIERS ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGNDEMAND FOR DESIGN ACTIVITY CONTINUESTO EXPANDNATIONALENERGYNMSU PARTNERS WITH PATTERN ENERGYON A WIND FARM THAT WILL FURTHEREXPAND RESEARCH INTO CLEAN ENERGYNEW MEXICOSPACE: NEW MEXICOVIRGIN GALACTIC'S COMMERCIAL SPACEFLIGHTS HIT WITH FOUR MONTH DELAYNEW MEXICO118VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE,LENDING &PROPERTY MANAGEMENTSOUTHWESTERN CITIES SEE BIG POPULATIONINCREASES, SAYS NEW CENSUS REPORTDESPITE EVICTION MORATORIUM,LANDLORDS SOUGHT TO EVICT HUNDREDS INALBUQUERQUEGAS STATION CHAIN SPEEDWAY PUTS NEWMEXICO REAL ESTATE UP FOR AUCTIONNEW MEXICO

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Just days after the U.S. Senate gave itsapproval to President Biden’s historic $1trillion infrastructure bill, members of theHouse are indicating that passage theremay not be a sure thing.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said thatshe wants to advance the legislation, butonly if House members can first vote on asignificantly larger $3.5 trillion budgetresolution.That idea was seen as a way for theSpeaker to forward legislation thatincludes funding for a wide array ofspending initiatives above and beyondbasic infrastructure projects.But in response a group of nine Housemembers have said that they will refuse tosupport the larger bill unless and until thesmaller infrastructure legislation is put up fora vote in the lower chamber.Because Pelosi’s Democratic caucus has 218members, while the Republicans have 210members, the defection of the nine membersdubbed as “moderates” means that the largerspending bill may be stalled.In a joint statement, the nine members said,“We should vote first on the bipartisaninfrastructure framework without delay andthen move to immediate consideration of thebudget resolution.”At the same time a spokesperson for theSpeaker has remarked that the infrastructurebill will not be taken up until the budgetresolution is first passed.The Speaker has said that she wants a budgetresolution vote to be taken no later than thethird week of August.NEW MEXICO & NATIONALLEGISLATION 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTADVANCE OF BIGINFRASTRUCTURE BILLMAY BE COMPLICATED BYLEGISLATIVEMANEUVERINGBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/17/2021Copyright: Construction Reporter119VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grishamon Tuesday will announce that the state ofNew Mexico will temporarily re-implement a statewide requirement thatfacemasks be worn in all public indoorspaces, with only limited exceptions, andregardless of vaccination status, to stemthe state’s rising tide of COVID-19infections and hospitalizations.Given the slowing of vaccination ratessince a peak several months ago, thegovernor also announced the state willissue a requirement for all workers incertain medical close-contact congregatesettings – including hospitals, nursinghomes, juvenile justice facilities,rehabilitation facilities, state correctionalfacilities and more – to be vaccinatedagainst COVID-19.The state also issued a requirement that allworkers at private, public and charter schoolsin New Mexico either be vaccinated againstCOVID-19 or otherwise submit to COVID-19testing on a weekly basis. This policy alignswith the state’s requirement for all stategovernment personnel.The spread of COVID-19 in New Mexico hasincreased dramatically in recent weeks,driven by the highly infectious “Delta” variantand primarily unvaccinated populations.State modeling projects that New Mexico willreach 1,000 new daily cases of COVID-19 bythe end of August, and as many as 1,000 newdaily cases in southeastern New Mexicoalone in the weeks after that.Hospitalizations for COVID-19 in NewMexico have sharply risen to a 6-month highas of Monday, Aug. 16. Hospital leaders,acknowledging some state facilities alreadyreaching or exceeding 100 percent capacity,have recently amplified their calls forunvaccinated New Mexicans to vaccinate andhelp forestall a projected shortage of hospitalresources amid the projected fall surge. NewMexico has one of the lowest numbers of per-capita hospital beds in the U.S., and risingvirus hospitalizations create a ripple effect,hospital leaders say, for other individualswho need care for other purposes within thehealth care system.Masks and vaccines, the governor said, arethe two tools the state will use to protectscarce hospital resources and the state’songoing economic recovery...Continue reading > NEW MEXICO & NATIONALLEGISLATION 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BUILTENVIRONMENTNEW MEXICO TO RE-IMPLEMENT INDOORMASK MANDATE;VACCINATIONSREQUIRED IN HOSPITALS,CONGREGATE SETTINGSBy Office of the Governor 08/17/2021Copyright: KFOX120VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.NEW MEXICOWEEDFEEDBUILTENVIRONMENTADVISORY COMMITTEEMEMBERS NAMED FOR NMCANNABIS CONTROLDIVISIONBy NM Cannabis Control Division, KRWG Public Media08/06/2021SANTA FE—The Cannabis Control Division ofthe Regulation and Licensing Department onFriday announced the members of theCannabis Regulatory Advisory Committee, adiverse group of stakeholders from aroundthe state who will help ensure that the adult-use cannabis regulatory process continues tomeet the needs of all New Mexicans. Thecommittee will hold its first meeting onTuesday.“I am excited to work with this outstandingand diverse advisory committee to make surethat real people, from all walks of life and allparts of the state, have a strong, clear voiceas the adult-use cannabis industry starts upin New Mexico,” said Regulation andLicensing Department Superintendent LindaTrujillo, who oversees the Cannabis ControlDivision. “Adult-use cannabis is creatingexciting economic opportunities forbusinesses, entrepreneurs and communitiesaround the state. With this committee’sguidance, we will continue to meet our goalof making this new industry accessible.”The Advisory Committee, which wasestablished in the Cannabis Regulation Actthat passed earlier this year, is charged withadvising CCD on the development of rulescovering bestA cannabis policy advocacyorganization, Emily Kaltenbach fromSanta Fe County. A labor organization, Esther Lopezfrom Bernalillo County. practices, the promotion of economic andcultural diversity in licensing andemployment opportunities, and protectionof public health and safety, among othersubjects. The Cannabis Control Divisionhad until September 1 to appoint thecommittee members. Four of the positionson the committee required by the law arechosen by their peers rather thanappointed by CCD. They arerepresentatives from the New Mexico LawOffices of the Public Defender, the NewMexico Association of Counties, the NewMexico District Attorney’s Association,and the New Mexico Association of Chiefsof Police.“We are moving quickly and judiciously tostand up a thriving adult-use cannabisindustry in New Mexico,” Trujillo said. “Thenaming of the members of the committeetoday is perfect timing and ensures thatthis thoughtful, public group will be able toreview every rule that the CannabisControl Division puts forward. TheCannabis Control Division is committed toan open and transparent process.The members of the committee are:121VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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BUILTENVIRONMENT NEW MEXICO WEEDFEED A qualified patient Nathaniel Paolinelli from Bernalillo County A state or local agency with relevant expertise as the Director and the Superintendent deem appropriate Paul Haidle from Bernalillo County Previous experience as a cannabis retailer cannabis producer or cannabis manufacturer and who is a non voting member Rachael Speegle from Bernalillo County Public Defender Bennett J Baur Chief Public Defender from Santa Fe County Association of Counties Mark Cage Sheriff from Eddy County Continue reading A member of an Indian nation tribe or pueblo with relevant experience as the Director and the Superintendent deem appropriate Perry Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo from Santa Fe County Expertise in public health Dr Steven Jenison from Rio Arriba County Expertise regulating commercial activity for adult use intoxicating substances Lou Ann Branch from Bernalillo County Expertise and experience in cannabis laboratory science Ginger Baker from Bernalillo County Experience in environmental science Miguel Santistevan from Taos County Expertise in small business development Chase Gentry from Curry County 122 Expertise in water resources Harold Trujillo from Mora County VOULME 02 ISSUE 05 Expertise in other relevant areas as the Director and the Superintendent deem appropriate Richard Bailey from Rio Arriba County Intelligent Proven Effective Design and Construction for Cannabusiness Call us today 505 433 9258 cannabrosdev com 2021 Construction Reporter LLC All Rights Reserved Reproduction Forwarding is Prohibited

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS / DESIGN: NATIONALWASHINGTON – Aug. 18, 2021 – TheArchitecture Billings Index (ABI) recordedits sixth consecutive positive month,according to a new report today from TheAmerican Institute of Architects (AIA).The ABI score for July was 54.6. While thiswas down slightly from June’s score of57.1, it still indicates very strong businessconditions overall (any score above 50indicates an increase in billings from theprior month). Scoring for new projectinquiries also declined in July butremained near its all-time high at 65.0. Thescore for new design contracts wasessentially unchanged from June to Julywith a score of 58.0.“In prior business cycles, architecturefirms generally saw their project worksoften quickly and then recover slowly,”said AIA Chief Economist, Kermit Baker,Hon. AIA, PhD. “So the strength of thisrecovery is unprecedented. Firm leaderswho have leaned into this economicupturn by reinvesting in their firms byhiring staff and upgrading theirtechnology, will likely have a better yearthan those that anticipated a slowerrecovery.”DEMAND FOR DESIGNACTIVITY CONTINUES TOEXPANDVIEW AIA AFFILIATEPAGE >By AIA08/18/2021Regional averages: Midwest (58.3); West(56.0); South (54.6); Northeast (54.1)Sector index breakdown:commercial/industrial (58.4);institutional (55.4); multi-familyresidential (54.7); mixed practice (54.4)The regional and sector categories arecalculated as a three-month movingaverage, whereas the national index,design contracts and inquiries aremonthly numbers.Key ABI highlights for July include:To learn more about recent economicdevelopments impacting design andconstruction, visit AIA’s website.About AIAFounded in 1857, AIA consistently works tocreate more valuable, healthy, secure, andsustainable buildings, neighborhoods, andcommunities. Through more than 200international, state and local chapters, AIAadvocates for public policies that promoteeconomic vitality and public wellbeing.AIA provides members with tools andresources to assist them in their careers andbusiness as well as engaging civic andgovernment leaders and the public to findsolutions to pressing issues facing ourcommunities, institutions, nation, and world.Members adhere to a code of ethics andconduct to ensure the highest professionalstandards.123VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.VENDORS / SUPPLIERS: NATIONALCopyright: The Business Journals Construction input prices registered asignificant increase last month, with a 23%jump from where they were in the summerof 2020.According to a new study released by theAssociated Builders and Contractors,almost everything a construction companyneeds to purchase to build a given projecthas seen an increase in the last year.Natural gas saw the greatest price jump: a146% increase over July of last year, withunprocessed energy materials and crudepetroleum not far behind, posting a 93%and 102% increase respectively.Steel mill products also saw a big increase:up by 108% from July of last year to July2021.In a statement, Anirban Basu, chiefeconomist with ABC, said a “reboundingeconomy, ongoing supply chaindisruptions, and limited productivecapacity have conspired to generate rapidprice increases.”Basu added that the current input priceincreases “can meaningfully affectcontractor fortunes by trimming marginsand delaying the onset of projects.”Continued Basu: “One can only concludethat the economy will continue to run hotinto 2022, despite the malign impacts ofthe delta variant, producing both heftyadvances in gross domestic product andunusually elevated inflation.”CONSTRUCTION SUPPLYPRICES SEE BIG MID-SUMMER GAINBy Garry Boulard, Construction Reporter08/13/2021Among the other materials seeing substantialprice increases over last July: fabricatedstructural metal products, up by nearly 29%;nonferrous wire and cable, posting a 31%price gain; and prepared asphalt, tar roofing,and sliding projects, up by just under 11%.The smallest price increases were registeredin plumbing fixtures and fittings segment, upby 3.5%; and concrete products, with a 4.5%jump over last July.124VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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ENERGY: NEW MEXICO2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.A wind farm being built at New MexicoState University's Corona Range andLivestock Research Center will provideopportunities for advancement in cleanenergy, while also helping the universityfurther its research into wind farmtechnology.The wind farm near Corona, New Mexicois one of four wind projects that PatternEnergy Group LP announced earlier thisyear.Income generated for the life on the windfarm on NMSU land will help withnecessary repairs and upgrades, as well asprovide the university with furtherresearch opportunities, Corona Range andLivestock Research Centersuperintendent Shad Cox toldAlbuquerque Business First.“That revenue will be used to operate theresearch station and to take care of somedeferred maintenance issues that we haveover the years, as well as improvementsfor outreach and further research,” Coxsaid.The wind farm project near Corona,combined with Pattern Energy's otherthree wind farm projects underconstruction, will combine for 1,050megawatts of energy, Business Firstpreviously reported. The wind farmlocated at NMSU’s NMSU PARTNERS WITHPATTERN ENERGY ON AWIND FARM THAT WILLFURTHER EXPANDRESEARCH INTO CLEANENERGYBy Matt Narvaiz, Albuquerque Business First08/16/2021Corona Range and Livestock ResearchCenter will have 39 wind turbines installedonce construction is completed.There will be two other turbines in relation tothe project that will be placed on state trustland. Revenue generated from those turbineswill go to the State Land Office, Cox said.The wind farm project near Corona beganconstruction in November 2020 and majorconstruction began this spring, according to anews release. Cox said he expectsconstruction on the wind farm to becompleted by November.Part of the wind farm project will include anincrease in jobs at CRLRC, though Cox didn'thave an estimation as to how many. CRLRC —part of NMSU's College of Agricultural,Consumer and Environmental Sciences —focuses on economic development inrangeland-bound communities, according toits website.The project will also bolster the SouthwestCenter for Rangeland Sustainability — an armof the CRLRC — and its youth outreach onarid lands livestock and rangelandsmanagement, according to the release.The wind farm is part of a larger project —dubbed the Western Spirit transmission lineand wind farms — which are all expected tobe up and running by the end of this year.Minnesota-based Blattner Energy is the leadcontractor for the construction of the windfarms, Cox confirmed.Combined, the wind projects will account formore than 1,000 megawatts of power.Pattern Energy already has about 4,500megawatts of wind power active or inconstruction in the state.125VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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Seven other types of investment in single- or multifamily construction, repair and maintenance, orarchitectural and engineering services. Any dollar amountAny starting yearAny duration for the investmentAGC would like to share an exciting tool to demonstrate the economic impact of infrastructure investment inNew Mexico - ‘AGC Construction Impact Model’.AGC of America partnered with Brian R. Lewandowski, University of Colorado Boulder to produce a flexiblebut simple economic model that calculates the impact on employment and output in each state from varioussizes of investment in different types of construction.The below link provides an explanation and instructions for using the model. The table below shows an example of the results obtainable from the model, in this case, the total instatejobs (construction, supplier and induced jobs throughout the state's economy) and total instate output from a$1 billion investment over one year in three types of construction: highways, nonresidential buildings, orother nonresidential structures (infrastructure).Users can choose from:In addition to total instate jobs and output, the model shows separately the impact on construction, supplierand induced jobs, output, and value added (or state gross domestic product, the amount of labor income andprofits added by the investment), and the 10 sectors that receive the most additional spending.To access AGC’s ConstructionImpact Tool click here. For more information on how touse the tool clickhere.We hope you will share yourreports with us, please emailKelly Roepke-Orthat kroepke@agc-nm.org

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SHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HEREWEEKLEY INDUSTRY STATISTICS 2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.NEW MEXICONATIONAL INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION REPORTER BUILTENVIRONMENTWE WILL ALSO BE PUBLISHING AQUARTLEY STATISTICAL REVIEW. 127VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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NEW MEXICOSTATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.128VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05-4 -2 0 2 4 6 82000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Last year in 2020, the real GDP of New Mexico decreased by about 3.1 percent compared to 2019. Conversely, New Mexico'sreal GDP saw the most growth in 2004 when it grew by 7.4 percent. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment MagazineANNUAL PERCENT CHANGE OF THE REAL GDP IN NEW MEXICO FROM 2000 TO 2020Source: BEASurvey by: BEAPublished by: BEARelease date: March 2021SHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HERE

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NATIONALSTATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.SHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HERE129VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Apr '20 May '20 Jun '20 Jul '20 Aug '20 Sep '20 Oct '20 Nov '20 Dec '20 Jan '21 Feb '21 Mar '21 Apr '215% 4% 3% 2% 1% 0% In April 2021, prices had jumped by 4.2 percent compared to the previous year. This statistic shows the percentage of changein the consumer price index over the course of 12 months, and the monthly inflation rate for goods and services in the US. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment MagazineMONTHLY INFLATION RATE IN THE UNITED STATES FROMAPRIL 2020 TO APRIL 2021Source: Bureau of Labor StatisticsSurvey by: Bureau of Labor StatisticsPublished by: Bureau of Labor StatisticsRelease date: May 2021

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INTERNATIONALSTATISTICS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.130VOULME 02 | ISSUE 050 200 400 6001985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 UNITED STATES IMPORTS OF TRADE GOODS FROM CHINAFROM 1985 TO 2020 *IN BILLION U.S. DOLLARSSource: US Census BureauSurvey by: US Census BureauPublished by: US Census BureauRelease date: February 2021Last year in 2020, Chinese exports of trade goods to the United States were about 435.45 billion USD; a significant increasefrom 1985, when imports from China amounted to about 3.86 billion USD. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment MagazineSHOW YOUR SUPPORT & SIGNUP FOR OUR WEEKLY DIGITALMAGAZINE TODAY! CLICK HERE

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ColoradoNorthern New MexicoSouthern New Mexico Outside AdjacentTotalsStateLocationProjects Bidding51722135179EstimatedCost$26,492,000$93,251,676 $132,227,288 $69,095,000 $321,065,964 PROJECT STATISTICS CONSTRUCTIONREPORTER PLAN-ROOMPROJECTSACTIVE PROJECTS ESTIMATED COSTS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 18TH, 2021 10:13 AM MSTBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.131VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Total estimated cost grew by a little over 30% percent from last week. The biggest gain was in Colorado'sestimated costs. Colorado grew by over 231% from last week. The lowest growth was in Southern New Mexico,which only saw a gain of 12.96% from last week. - Josh Cutler, The Built Environment Magazine

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Los Lunas Middle School RenovationsProjectNameProject Number2021-55ACTotalViewsTOPPROJECTS BIDDING THIS WEEKVOLUME 02 ISSUE 05NEW MEXICO2,316BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Australia Exhibit @ the ABQ BioPark Zoo2021-57B3 1,853Taos County Veteran's Cemetery2021-57C1 770Phase 2 Administrative Office2021-535C 579Camino Del Rio Puerco Bridge2021-5893 501Tierra Madre Road Improvements2021-58F8 368Adult Detention Facility2021-5E7A 359Systems and Security Improvements2021-5E81 34320th Street Project Phase III2021-512F 3267,415132VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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NEW MEXICO GENERAL CONTRACTORS Advanced Environmental Solutions, Inc. (AES) provides a full spectrum of hazardous waste management,environmental consulting and utilities construction services. We deliver leading edge solutions that assureregulatory compliance and increased safety for our clients, their employees and their stakeholders. We get theresults you need – and can prove it – just ask our clients. Robert Chavez, our CEO, was the SBA 2005 SmallBusiness Person of the Year, and the New Mexico Business Weekly has consistently ranked AES in the top 50Hispanic Owned Businesses and the Top 20 Environmental Firms in New Mexico.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Phone:(505) 861-1700ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS2318 Roldan Dr., Belen, NM 87002000310 General ContractorPhone:(505) 830-3820Abraham’s Construction, Inc. (ACI) is afamily owned and operated constructioncompany doing business throughout the ABRAHAM'SCONSTRUCTION7707 Broadway Blvd SE,Albuquerque, NM 87105000310 General ContractorWANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE?BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBERCALL US AT (505) 243-9793133VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05State of New Mexico for over 20 years. ACI’s prime focus is on concrete projects in the Southwest and Northernregions of New Mexico. We strive to maintain high quality standards, friendly service and loyalty to ourcustomers, suppliers and business colleagues. We are very grateful for all of our project owners andcolleagues who have trusted us with their projects and allowed us to continue to grow throughout the years.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE >

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NEW MEXICO SUB-CONTRACTORSBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.WANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE?BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBERCALL US AT (505) 243-9793Phone:(505) 823-4449W&W | AFCO Steel is the largest, most capable structural steel fabricatorand erector in the United States. With continuous experience that datesback to 1909, unmatched financial strength and 17 production facilitiescovering 3.4 million square feet, there is no structure too large orcomplicated for us to build. CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > W&W STEEL LLC / AFCO STEEL 4401 Anaheim NE, #102, Albuquerque, NM 87113050000 MetalsPhone:(505) 872-0846New Mexico Erosion Control Specialists 814 Solutions, LLC provides site-specific solutions to meet your reclamation, revegetation, and erosioncontrol needs. Our mission is to provide our clients with high quality andcost effective results. 814 Solutions, LLC has the trained staff, specializedequipment, and experience necessary to promote our clients success.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > 814 SOLUTIONS LLC 5750 Pino Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109310000 Earthwork134VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Phone:(505) 922-1196A and S Enterprises Inc. is a full-service Commercial and IndustrialElectrical, SCADA and Controls contractor servicing the entire state of NewMexico that delivers quality projects and superior service. Our ability towork collectively with our customers, engineers and employees enable usto provide solutions for our customers. Our reputation resides on Safety,Execution and Service. With the ability to design state of the art Electricaland SCADA systems.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > A AND S ENTERPRISES INC106 Roehl Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107260000 Electrical

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NEW MEXICO ARCHITECTS,ENGINEERS, AND DESIGNERSBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Phone:(505) 344-7373NV5 is a provider of engineering and consulting services to public andprivate sector clients, delivering solutions through six business verticals:Testing, Inspection & Consulting; Infrastructure; Utility Services;Environmental Health Sciences; Buildings & Program Management; andGeospatial Technology.NV5 INC 9019 Washington St NE, Bldg A, Albuquerque, NM 87113000232 Geotechnical EngineerPhone:(505) 722-0965Offering professional services over 16 years.LAM was Awarded SW Contractor Arizona’s Best of Awards: RecognizingExcellence; NMNABEC Outstanding Company of the Year; and NativeAmerican Contractor of the Year.LAM CORPORATION 317 Bortot Ave, Gallup, NM 87301000221 ArchitectWANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE?BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBERCALL US AT (505) 243-9793135VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05With offices nationwide and abroad, NV5 helps clients plan, design, build, test, certify, and operate projectsthat improve the communities where we live and work.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > LAM’s goal is to succeed the ultimate goal of mastering and building a “state-of-the-art” facility that willsatisfy the client and the community’s vision.We offer services in Architecture, Construction and Design Build.LAM profoundly performs achievable and within scope, schedule and budget projects. And we’re certainlydetermine into delivering authentic and transformative creation.Inspiration is what LAM carries with our services by measuring a true design success – that great designprovides its visitors with rest, renewal, visual discovery, and multiple levels of awareness of culture, history,tradition, and symbol. CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE >

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NEW MEXICO VENDORS , SUPPLIERS, ANDMANUFACTURERS BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Phone:(505) 341-4087Locally owned and operated since 1997, we have a Commitment to providequality products and services to the construction industry.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > DIVISION 10 MATERIALS6817-C Academy Pkwy East NE, Albuquerque, NM 8710900500 SupplierPhone:(505) 247-2441We are Cummins. We create the power solutions people depend on. It’swhat we’ve done for more than 100 years. That history makes us proud, butthe future pulls us forward. CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN LLC 1921 Broadway Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102000500 SupplierPhone:(505) 247-3725Welcome to Coreslab Structures. Since 1975, we have been a premierproducer of precast/prestressed concrete products. Over the last fourdecades, we have emerged as a major supplier of structural, architecturaland hollow core solutions to markets in Canada and the United States.CLICK HERE TO VISIT WEBSITE > CORESLAB STRUCTURES 2800 2nd St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102000000 Company TypeWANT YOUR BUSINESS FEATURED HERE?BECOME ACONSTRUCTIONREPORTER MEMBERCALL US AT (505) 243-9793136VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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NEW MEXICOBUSINESSES FOR SALEBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.New MexicoThis business specializes in oil and gas site work as well as erosion andsediment control. Beginning with one dozer in the 1960’s, the companynow works for large oil and gas companies, cities, counties, tribes andgovernments with a staff of 20 employees providing general excavationwith a concentration on oilfield well pad and access road constructionincluding reclamation, erosion repair and mitigation, fence building, treeclearing and reseeding. Master Service Agreements are in place with atleast a dozen steady customers. The business utilizes a 5-acre facilitywith shop, office and storage space. Management estimates the business OIL AND GAS FIELD EXCAVATION COMPANYASKING PRICE: $3,750,000137VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Total Sales: $2,326,333Cash Flow: $605,401FFE Included: $3,750,000FFE: $3,750,000Reason For Sale: RetirementYear Established: 1960Employees: 20Facilities Information: Located in a prime industrial location, centrally located, with good access on a 4-lanehighway. The property includes a 5 acre lot with 3,200 sqft office space, 4,800 sqft shop space, 1,500 sqftdetached shop and 1,800 sqft lean-to storage area. Business is currently operating at about 60% of capacity.Real Estate is available for purchase or lease, price does not include property.Cole Acquisition Partner's, Inc.is operating at approximately 60% of asset and facility capacity. Solid, experienced staff that includes a generalmanager, office manager and field foreman. Real estate can be leased or purchased. Cash flow is weighted averageduring Covid.Listing DetailsOperationLocationListed byContact Cole Acquisition Partner's, Inc. Charlie ColePhone: (970) 335 9660Fax: (866) 627 0407Email: info@colepartners.netAddress: PO Box 2943, Durango, CO 81302

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NEW MEXICOBUSINESSES FOR SALEBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Albuquerque, NM This flooring franchise has excelled as a family owned and operated, one-of-a-kind, versatile flooring business. This franchise has taken thestandard idea of a flooring business and reinvented it to be simpler, moreefficient, and extremely cost effective for their Franchise Owners. Theyare masters in the installation of vinyl, laminate, tile, stone, and specializein the installation and restoration of hardwood. At this franchise, theyoperate with a true sense of honesty and fairness and pride themselveson providing outstanding customer service from the initial call to the finalpayment. They offer prompt free estimates.EXCELLENT FLOOR COVERINGS BUSINESSASKING PRICE: $87,900138VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Low Investment & Quick Returns: Owners can start their business at an affordable price. Not only that, butwhen they follow their proven and successful model, they can quickly recoup their entire investmentOutstanding Economics: Impressive system-wide in 2018 average annual sales will be disclosed in theirFranchise Disclosure Document.Home Based & Minimal Employees: Franchise Owners do not have any type of showroom, mobile or brick andmortar. This concept is home based and Owners hire subcontractors to perform all jobs and oversee thebusiness from a management standpoint. This means there is no rent, no build out, and no HR costs, makingtheir overhead extremely low and margins very attractive.Lead Generation Assistance: Their corporate team is dedicated to ensuring the success of Franchise Owners byhelping them obtain customers before the business even launches. They assist in lead generation in a fewdifferent ways. Franchise Owners inherit their 4.8-star rating on Yelp as well as hundreds of reviews, Ownersautomatically receive an A+ ranking on BBB, they create and manage 10 specific online construction portals thathave been tested by their corporate locations, Google AdWords is turned on and managed by the corporateteam, they manage all social media platforms, and their preferred partners design websites specific to eachlocation and complete all upfront and continuous SEO work.Call Center: Once the corporate team generates customers from the various platforms above they are alldirected through their call center which answers all incoming calls, sets customer appointments that meet theFranchise Owner's schedule and directs inquiries to the appropriate Owner based on territory. Not only doesthis significantly reduce the workload for Franchise Owners but it also guarantees every customer's firstcontact is professional and handled correctly.Affordable Business Concepts LLCBusiness FeaturesListed byCONTACT AFFORDABLE BUSINESS CONCEPTS LLC >

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NEW MEXICOBUSINESSES FOR SALEBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.New MexicoCompound annual growth in revenue of 39.9% from 2017 to 2020The company is at the forefront of the electric vehicle charging stationinstallation market which is projected by industry experts for imminent anddramatic growth. The company also provides managed technical fieldinstallation and repair services to a wide variety of other markets.Key AspectsELECTRICAL VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONINSTALLATIONSALES REVENUE: $2,552,000139VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05Evolution of the company to focus on the electric vehicle charging station division positions it for futurescalable growthLong-standing, key clients who provide repeat business and word of mouth referralsFor the managed technical field installation and repair division, a nationwide database of over 7,000 reliablefield technician contractorsWell-positioned to capitalize on electric vehicle charging station market’s forecasted explosionDeploy comprehensive marketing campaigns to build brand awarenessDevelop business among governmental clients which provides consistent work during detrimentalmacroeconomic conditionsNew MexicoThe company is headquartered in a 3,240 square-foot facility and also utilizes a 2,344 square-foot facility, bothleased from an unrelated third party.Ownership is comprised of one majority and one minority owner, both of whom are looking to grow thecompany with a strategic partner before an eventual full exit. They are open to a variety of deal structures.Benchmark International OpportunitiesHeadquarteredReal EstateShareholder ObjectivesListed byCONTACT BENCHMARK INTERNATIONAL >

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERBP-2020-347611878 BROADWAYPL NETOTAL SQ. FEETALB HOUSINGAUTHORITY08/13/2021 - 02/13/2022 59,010BUILDINGCONTRACTORBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.PAVILION CONSTRUCTION, LLCTHE HARTMAN & MAJEWSKIDESIGN GROUPDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport ISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEESTIMATED COST: $9.7 millionBP-2020-207264411 SAN MATEOBLVD NE VERIZON08/10/2021 - 08/11/20225,019SCHEINER COMMERCIAL GROUP,INC.ESTIMATED COST: $225,000BP-2021-311932513 COMANCHERD NESandy Point Partners08/12/2021 - 02/12/2022 11,964ESTIMATED COST: $95,000BP-2021-304233101 MENAULBLVD NERICHARD CHESS/LEAZLLC08/09/2021 - 02/09/2022 49,910ESTIMATED COST: $1,000BP-2021-300318009 MOUNTAINROAD PL NEAlice King CommunitySchool08/13/2021 - 08/12/20221,152ESTIMATED COST: $26,675BP-2021-297611001 CLEMENTECT SWVerizon Wireless08/13/2021 - 02/13/202210ESTIMATED COST: $30,000ALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: AUGUST 9TH - AUGUST 13THConstruction Reporter Member141VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05RICHARDSON & RICHARDSON INCTATE FISHBURN ARCHITECTSLA DEVELOPMENT LLCARMENTA, INC.BROKEN ARROWCOMMUNICATIONS INC.J5 INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS

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BUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Demolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport BP-2021-29207 1909 BELLAMAHAV NWSAWMILL MARKETSUITE H2Heritage Real EstateCompany08/10/2021 - 02/10/2022ESTIMATED COST: $150,000 *multiple permitsBP-2021-286124319 RUDY RD SWVerizon Wireless08/10/2021 - 02/10/2022 10ESTIMATED COST: $30,000BP-2021-2816910100 RANGE RD SWVerizon Wireless08/11/2021 - 02/11/20222ESTIMATED COST: $100,000BP-2021-2796110420 CoorsBypass NWChase McFarland 08/10/2021 - 02/10/20221,394ESTIMATED COST: $220,000ALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALConstruction Reporter Member142VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05ENTERPRISE BUILDERSCORPORATIONSTUDIO SOUTHWEST ARCHITECTSJ5 INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERSTSI TOWER SERVICES INCState 48 Development ConsultingTSI TOWER SERVICES INCRUTHERFORD DESIGN & CONSTR.LLCPERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERTOTAL SQ. FEETBUILDINGCONTRACTORISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: AUGUST 9TH - AUGUST 13THBP-2020-45612 ALBUQUERQUEHOUSING AUTHORITY08/10/2021 - 02/10/20224,930ESTIMATED COST: $5.4 millionJEEBS AND ZUZU LLCPAVILION CONSTRUCTION, LLC6100 HARPER DR NEBP-2020-5586511145 MENAULBLVD NEAngie Seguin - CASCO 08/11/2021 - 02/11/202219,476ESTIMATED COST: $850,000CASCO ARCHITECTURE &ENGINEERINGWARWICK CONSTRUCTION INC.

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERBP-2021-27345 3810 BOGAN AV NETOTAL SQ. FEETVonio, Inc. 08/13/2021 - 02/13/2022 128BUILDINGCONTRACTORBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.BURGOS GROUP, LLCDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport ISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEESTIMATED COST: $1,000BP-2021-25844214 SYCAMORE ST SEEvan Fowler 08/12/2021 - 02/12/20222,398FORMATIVE ARCHITECTUREJAYBIRD CONSTRUCTION LLCESTIMATED COST: $70,000BP-2021-25837514 OLD COORSDR SWBrad Hall & Associates 08/12/2021 - 02/12/2022 2,117ESTIMATED COST: $350,000BP-2021-257407999 WYOMINGBLVD NECATHOLIC CEMETERYASSOCIATION08/12/2021 - 02/12/2022 256ESTIMATED COST: $64,000BP-2021-250526211 4TH ST NWCano Health of NewMexico, LLC08/11/2021 - 08/11/20228,937ESTIMATED COST: $1 millionBP-2021-246166902 Menaul Blvd NEIsaac Montoya08/10/2021 - 02/10/20222,376ESTIMATED COST: $225,000ALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: AUGUST 9TH - AUGUST 13THConstruction Reporter Member143VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05RESIN ARCHITECTURERICH, MICK CONTRACTORS INCHBC GENERAL CONTRACTORS LLCJAYNES CORPORATIONAZTECA CONSTRUCTION, INC.

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PERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWPERMIT LOCATIONPERMITOWNERBP-2021-224401500 CENTRAL AVE SWTOTAL SQ. FEETHUNING CASTLEAPARTMENTS08/12/2021 - 02/12/2022 3,834BUILDINGCONTRACTORBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.DEL SOL DESIGN ARCHITECTUREAND PLANNINGPARK 'N SHADE OF TUCSON, INCDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport ISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEESTIMATED COST: $74,210BP-2021-220901624 1ST ST NWCITY OFALBUQUERQUE08/10/2021 - 02/10/20224,788MEVACON LLCESTIMATED COST: $322,651.57BP-2021-20854315 CORNELL DR SEKRISHNA SHARMA08/10/2021 - 02/10/2022 5,480ESTIMATED COST: $489,857.20BP-2021-161774125 CARLISLEBLVD NECHILDRENS GRIEFCENTER08/09/2021 - 08/10/20224,564ESTIMATED COST: $395,000BP-2021-088585901 HARPER DR NEPresbyterianHealthcare Services 08/09/2021 - 02/09/20227,984ESTIMATED COST: $1.55 millionBP-2021-086411501 INDIANSCHOOL RD NEMPN Investors LLC08/10/2021 - 02/10/20223,748ESTIMATED COST: $179,700ALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIALALBUQUERQUE BUILDING PERMITS: AUGUST 9TH - AUGUST 13THConstruction Reporter Member144VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05MYC ENVIRONMENTAL &CONSTRUCTION, LLCARCLINE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNENTERPRISE BUILDERSCORPORATIONDEKKER PERICH SABATINIENTERPRISE BUILDERSCORPORATIONAFFORDABLE SOLARINSTALLATION, INC

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PERMIT LOCATIONISSUE/EXPIRATION DATEPERMITOWNEREP-2021-34758EP-2021-34713MP-2021-29701MP-2021-34385MP-2021-344422100 LOUISIANABLVD NEMP-2021-344005203 JUAN TABOBLVD NEPP-2021-32041 2320 CENTRAL AV SWPERMITINFOSUNDANCE VILLAGELIMITEDPARTNERSHIP08/09/2021 - 02/09/2022Roughin-Topout-FinalEP-2021-35070 414 SILVER AV SWPublic Service Companyof New Mexico08/12/2021 - 02/12/2022RemodelBUILDINGCONTRACTOREP-2021-3494308/11/2021 - 02/11/2022EP-2021-34764 7300 MERIDIANPL NWAmazon08/10/2021 -08/13/2022 5310HOMESTEAD RDNE08/10/2021 - 08/12/2022 5001MONTGOMERYBLVD NERoss Dress for Less08/10/2021 - 02/10/2022Removeexistingstorefront sign.Install...10030 COORSBLVD BYPASS NWTexas RoadhouseHoldings, LLC 08/10/2021 - 08/10/2022 2 HVACSystems 6211 4TH ST NWCano Health of NewMexico LLC08/09/2021 - 08/10/2022200 EUBANK BLVD SE08/09/2021 - 02/09/2022HVACChange OutSandia Surgery Center08/09/2021 - 02/09/2022GOODMAN REALTYGROUPDel Norte Office Park BUILTENVIRONMENTYESCO, LLC2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.The Home Depot USA,IncMETAL CRAFTER OFALBUQUERQUE INC.PACIFICAP CONSTRUCTION, LLCU.T. PLUMBINGDemolition Re-roofSolar Under 10KWWallPlumbingElectricalMechanicalBuildingAB BoilerVertical Transport Construction Reporter MemberSILVERADOENTERPRISES, INC.HART DESIGN ANDCONSTRUCTION INC.MODULUS ARCHITECTS, INCMGS REFRIGERATION,HEATING, & COOLINGJaynes CorporationCOMMERCIAL COOLANTS,INCPERMITNUMBERCLICK TO VIEWALBUQUERQUE PERMITSCOMMERCIAL146VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05YESCO, LLCInstall oneilluminateddouble-facedprojecting sign. SUN VISTAENTERPRISES, INC.Newductworksystem HVAC

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ElectricalPlumbingAlterationMechanicalRe-roofCommercial NewBUILTENVIRONMENTAdditions2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.Construction Reporter MemberPERMITNUMBERPERMIT LOCATIONISSUEDATEPERMITOWNER1256 EL PASEO Rd21OC5506287711 NSEVENTEENTH StPERMITINFOPICACHO VALLEYGROUP LLC08/12/2021Permit for 711N. 17th st 1sink and 1domestic...21OC60062852300 E LOHMANAveALEX C HOROWITZLAS CRUCES INC08/12/20217 PACKAGEUNITS & 2EXHAUSTSYSTEMS...BUILDINGCONTRACTOR21OC600628408/12/2021CommercialHVAC21OC6506290 500 S TELSHOR BlvdSPRINGERMANAGEMENT OFLAS CRUCES08/12/2021WALTRUSTPROPERTIES INC REALESTATE PROPERTYTAXSUN CITY PLUMBINGAND HEATING INCMETAL CRAFT CO21OC6506275711 NSEVENTEENTH StPICACHO VALLEYGROUP LLC08/12/2021Re-modleLAS CRUCESPERMITSCOMMERCIAL147VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05SUN CITY PLUMBINGAND HEATING INCSUPERIOR SIGN ANDLIGHTING LLCKERSHAW ELECTRICINC

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THEFT&SECURITY CLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT IF YOU KNOW WHO COMMITTED THE CRIME CALL (505) 242-COPSNEW MEXICORESOURCESCONSTRUCTIONREPORTER CHAT ROOMT HEFT AND SECURITY SECTIONCOMING SOON! LET US HELP YOU RECOVER YOUR STOLENPROPERTY AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS! SENDUS YOUR INFORMATION AND WE'LL POST ITHERE FREE OF CHARGE! ALBUQUERQUE POLICE DEPARTMENT CABQ.GOVLAS CRUCES POLICE DEPARTMENT LAS-CRUCES.ORGCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORTCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT Santa Fe Police Department SANTAFENM.GOVCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT Rio Rancho Police DepartmentRRNM.GOVCLICK HERE TO FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT Farmington Police DepartmentFMTN.ORGCLICK HERE TO VISIT SITECITY OF ALBUQUERQUE POLICE DEPARTMENT CICA PARTNER CONNECTABQ.ORGCLICK HERE TO VISIT SITEINTERNATIONAL PROTECTIVE SERVICE, INCIPSGLOBAL.COMBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.148VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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THEFT&SECURITY USEFUL INFORMATION AND TIPSBUILTENVIRONMENT2021 Construction Reporter, LLC, All Rights Reserved. Reproduction & Forwarding is Prohibited.1. Tools and Small SuppliesConstruction tools are small and can be incredibly expensive, hence they are a favorite target of thieves. Unfortunately, many tool thefts are carried out by employees on the site. Sometimes many items at once are taken, but more frequently it’s one tool at a time over many months.Continue reading > THESE ARE THE MOST COMMON ITEMSSTOLEN FROM CONSTRUCTION SITESBY LAKESIDE TITLE COMPANYLast month, builders in Jonesboro, Arkansas were hit by a series of robberies. As you’ll see, these crimes are incredibly common. We’ll take a look at this case specifically and look at the items most frequently stolen from construction sites. In the first robbery, the thieves made off with a stovetop valued at $700 from a single-family home under construction. At the second scene, also a single-family home, a dishwasher, light fixtures, an exterior coach light, and the doorbell, which together cost some $800, were nabbed. The last robbery targeted an apartment complex being remodeled, and the items stolen were expensive construction tools and materials — a circular saw, a jigsaw, a table saw, 10 boxes of tile, a bathroom vanity and a — worth more than $1400. How common is theft from construction sites, and what gets stolen most?Up to $1 billion in equipment, materials and appliances are stolen from construction sites every single year, and less than 25 percent is recovered, according to the National Equipment Register.The most common items stolen fromconstruction sites are:Copyright: Lakeside Title Company3 inches4 inchesPLACE YOUR AD HERECALL US AT (505) 243-9793FOR PRICING149VOULME 02 | ISSUE 05

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