Regional Best Project Award winners have been announced for ENR’s annual awards, with HB receiving top honors in its category.
Albuquerque Journal–New affordable housing is coming to Albuquerque’s West Side. Developers on Tuesday broke ground on the San Roque Apartments, a 137-unit apartment complex located in the 400 block of Coors NW.
ABF– In all, the Mesa del Sol Regional Outdoor Sports Complex will develop 600 acres of land into 31 fields for soccer, football, cricket, lacrosse or cross country.
ABF– Allaso Olivine, a class-A apartment complex, will sit at the corner of Alameda Boulevard and Louisiana Boulevard, a few blocks north of Paseo Del Norte Boulevard.
ABF– “This is a facility that will benefit not just UNM and not just Bernalillo County, but our entire state and the region,” said Garnett Stokes, president of the University of New Mexico.
Albuquerque Business First–The most successful companies often had humble starts. They took an idea, put in the work and built a household name out of a dream.
ABF– Titan Development hopes to replicate the feeling of walking into a winery at its latest apartment project in the Northeast Heights.
KFOXTV– The city of El Paso hosted the ceremonial groundbreaking for Fire Station No. 36. Thursday. It will be constructed on The Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus in northwest El Paso at 1960 N. Resler Drive.
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ABQ Journal– Starting today, Bernalillo County residents are invited to come Downtown, park for free across the street at Fifth and Silver, and for the first time ever, enter one building to do business with the clerk, assessor, treasurer, probate judge, commission, Planning & Development and more at 415 Silver Ave. SW.
ABF– To begin the process of lifting restrictions in place to stem the spread of Covid-19 infections that also put the economy in a stranglehold, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday announced the formation of an economic recovery council.
Coker has been promoted from regional vice president for HB’s Las Cruces and El Paso, Texas offices to the C-suite role. Coker will be responsible for expanding project delivery capabilities and advancing the company’s financial, schedule and quality practices across its projects.
Three HB Construction projects were awarded NAIOP Eagle Awards at the annual Awards of Excellence.
ENR– The Penguin Chill Exhibit at Albuquerque BioPark Zoo is home to 32 different species of penguins. Completed in May, the 14,000-sq-ft building features a 75,000-gallon water tank with depths of 5 ft to 12 ft and offers above-ground and underwater viewing areas, allowing guests to watch the birds swim.
ENR– This project in Jal, a rural community in southeastern New Mexico, included new elementary and junior high schools, with renovations to the high school’s main building totaling more than 154,000 sq ft of new and renovated space.
Project: Jal Public Schools
ENR– Finished in December 2018, this project transformed three buildings on an aging campus in Albuquerque into the area’s headquarters for families in crisis.
Project: CYFD Children’s Wellness Center
ABF– Lovelace Health System will expand one of its newer medical clinics. The health care provider confirmed it will expand its clinic at Independence Square in the North Interstate 25 corridor on the northwest corner of Jefferson and Osuna Road.
ENR– ENR Southwest is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Best Projects competition, which was open to projects completed in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico from mid-2018 to mid-2019.
ABF– The Albuquerque BioPark Zoo has finished building its penguin exhibit and project officials estimated the animals will have a major impact on the park.
Albuquerque Journal– Making Albuquerque a better place – whether through compassion, legal assistance, philanthropy or good food – is the common thread among those who won this year’s Ethics in Business awards.
The annual awards honor individuals, businesses and nonprofits that show a devotion to ethical principles.
It’s going to be a busy summer for HB Construction. In addition to marking the firm’s 25th anniversary as a general contractor, the company is moving to new digs in Nob Hill.
HB Construction has announced a new approach to charitable giving. Through the Thriving Families program, HB will award two $10,000 grants every quarter to nonprofit organizations that strengthen families. The program was created to support HB’s mission of creating opportunities for people, families, and communities to thrive.
KTSM– Playtime will be a lot safer at the Armed Services YMCA, HB construction and several other businesses that donated to get the new play area built were recognized today.