Mesa

News about Mesa, Arizona (AZ)

New Industrial Facility Expected To Draw Aerospace, Defense Business To Mesa

Via azbusinessdaily.com The city of Mesa recently broke ground on a 150,000-square-foot speculative industrial facility in the Falcon Field District, which it hopes will draw significant aerospace and defense businesses. The Longbow Gateway One is slated to be complete by January and anticipated to bring at least 175 new jobs. The facility will be adjacent to Boeing’s 2 million-square-foot manufacturing facility at Falcon Field Airport and the Loop 202. “Longbow

Innovation Is Thriving In Arizona

Via businessfacilities.com Arizona knows that attracting great minds is easy when you give them the tools and support they need to go faster and further than ever before. Arizona is home to a surging ecosystem of global giants, early stage entrepreneurs and tech-savvy Millennial talent who are breaking new ground across a wide range of industry growth sectors. What’s more, Arizona offers a robust portfolio of programs and resources supporting

Brothers Launch Mission To Help Veterans Through Mesa Cider Business

Via abc15.com MESA, AZ – Jason Duren has been through more than most of us can fathom. While serving as a Marine Sergeant in Afghanistan, he hit two IEDs, suffering two traumatic brain injuries in five days. “When I came back life was obviously a little bit different,” he said. Duren was medically discharged. Through his intensive speech and cognitive processing treatment, he found a hobby making hard apple cider

Newmark Secures $151M In Financing For 30-Property Industrial Portfolio In Arizona

Via rebusinessonline.com PHOENIX — Newmark has secured $151 million in financing for a 30-property industrial portfolio in Arizona. The portfolio contains more than 4 million square feet of space occupied by more than 1,000 tenants. The 15-year non-recourse loan features a rate below 4 percent. The portfolio is a mix of light industrial / manufacturing buildings with small to medium bay depths. The properties are located in Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa,

Boeing Plans To Shift Hundreds Of Jobs To Arizona

0 Via seattletimes.com Boeing plans to transfer yet another substantial work group out of the Puget Sound region, the company confirmed Wednesday. The work shifting to Mesa, Arizona, will involve hundreds of jobs. The changes are coming at Boeing’s Shared Services Group (SSG), which employs about 3,000 people in the Puget Sound region and provides a wide range of support services to Boeing’s corporate and production units. The unit’s leadership

Via prweb.com Summit BHC (Summit), a leading provider of addiction treatment and behavioral health services, today announced the acquisition of Women in New Recovery located in Mesa, Arizona. The 30-bed addiction treatment facility will operate as Canyon Vista Recovery Center (Canyon Vista) and serve both males and females. Canyon Vista will be Summit’s first facility in Arizona and brings the Company’s total number of operating facilities to twelve. Financial terms

Maricopa Board of Supervisors Adopt Preliminary County Budget

Via queencreekindependent.com Today my colleagues and I unanimously approved the county’s tentative fiscal year 2018 budget. The $2.49 billion budget makes significant investments in future growth while adhering to the county’s commitment to lean, customer-service oriented government. As chairman, my office worked for months with other elected officials and department managers to craft a budget that is both responsible and sustainable. Balancing a budget without raising the tax rate is

Via apachejunctionindependent.com Niagara Bottling, LLC, a private-label bottled water supplier, announced June 1 it will establish a 450,000-square-foot, highly automated manufacturing and bottling operation in the city of Mesa’s Elliot Road Technology Corridor. “The investment that Niagara Bottling is making in Mesa is a very significant one and I could not be happier that they have chosen to make it in District 6,” District 6 Councilmember Kevin Thompson said in

Able Aerospace Services Recognized As Top Exporter

Via azbigmedia.com What do aerospace, peanut butter and elite athletic conditioning have in common? They are thriving businesses in our region that are exporting products and services all over the world. The Sun Corridor Export Recognition Program is celebrating the exporting successes of 17 businesses in Maricopa, Pima and Pinal Counties, and honoring four of them with onsite visits by local mayors, who will present a certificate acknowledging these achievements.

Jobs in the Valley

Looking for a new job? These places are hiring Valley workers. See if your skill set fits any of the positions! Jobertising.com Phoenix Job Fair Find a new career on Mon., April 24 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m at the Hilton Phoenix Airport. There are nearly 2,000 jobs up for grabs. Some of the employers include Bank of America, State Farm, The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, United Health