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Construction Materials Prices Flat In March 2013

Construction Materials Prices Flat in March but Spikes in Key Items Leave Contractors Vulnerable as their Pricing Remains Flat

Local Construction Financial Management Association names Chapter Officers for 2013-2015

Construction Employment Increases in 158 out of 339 Metro Areas Between February 2012 & 2013 but Immigration Deal, Public Spending Cuts Pose Risks

CFMA Lunch Meeting - 4/16 @ First National Bank Alaska

First Concrete Delivery for Matanuska Electric Association’s Eklutna Generation Station Power Block Building Foundation

First Concrete Delivery for Matanuska Electric Association’s Eklutna Generation Station Power Block Building Foundation

Construction Spending Rebounds in February with Private, Public Gains; Industry Association Calls for Adequate Federal Infrastructure Funding

Nonresidential Construction Spending up 0.7 Percent in February

Advanced Cold Climate course and more to help you this April

Anchorage Veterans' Memorial Renovation

Anchorage Veterans' Memorial Renovation

It was 26 years ago when Vietnam veteran Tim Benintendi was appointed to the Veterans’ Action Committee by Mayor Tony Knowles, also a Vietnam Veteran. The committee was tasked with planning, designing and fundraising for a new Anchorage Veterans’ Memorial. The original memorial was on L Street between Ninth and 10th avenues, and was constructed and dedicated in 1952 by Spenard VFW Post 1685. The improved memorial was to be a more substantial symbol for the increasing veteran residents, given Anchorage’s robust growth since the 1950s. The result was the memorial we have today on the park strip—on I Street between Ninth and 10th avenues.

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