Mesa

Dexcom Renovates Warehouse Into Medical Device Manufacturing Space

Via azbigmedia.com Skanska, one of the largest construction and development firms in the United States, is finishing construction on phase one of Dexcom’s facility located at 232 S. Dobson Road in Mesa. This 145,000-square-foot project is a build-out of an existing shell building. The first phase includes the renovation of a 60,000-square-foot industrial warehouse to medical device manufacturing space that will produce hardware and software compatible glucose monitors. The space includes 33,000

Via totallandscapecare.com The Toro Company was recently awarded a cooperative purchasing contract from the City of Mesa, Arizona, for use by all municipal agencies and other authorized users. Marketed nationally by the cooperative National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance (IPA), this cooperative contract is a single award which offers lower costs plus time and resource savings to participating agencies nationwide. A full line of products from commercial turf care equipment, construction equipment,

Transportation Investments In East Valley

Via azbigmedia.com In the past, Valley residents would drive their own personal vehicles on the very limited number of freeways available to them. Now, anyone can get anywhere quickly with the enhancements of freeways, bus systems, on-demand services, the light rail and much more. The evolution of transportation in the PHX East Valley has helped drive the region. Over the past 10 years, bus systems have grown and the creation

City of Mesa Pulling Hangar Space At Mesa Falcon Field From World War II onprofit

Via abc15.com A piece of Valley history is getting evicted from its home. A nonprofit that flies vintage war-birds out of a World War II hangar at Mesa’s Falcon Field said the city is pulling its lease. Airplanes like the T6 Texan helped win World War II. The Wings of Flight Foundation helps preserve that history at Falcon Field. The airport still has two hangars that were built in 1941

Mesa Company Tackles Wrong-way Driver Problems on Valley Freeways

Via abc15.com Steve Sigler has seen a lot in his 18 years in the sign business, but the recent wrong-way crash epidemic in Arizona has him very concerned. He’s the president of RU2 System, Inc., a company whose claim to fame includes the flashing speed limit warning signs commonly found in school and construction zones. Sigler wonders if his company’s new high-tech invention could stop the rash of wrong-way crashes.

Arizona Cities Are the Happiest Places to Live

When it comes to the pursuit of happiness, the Phoenix area might be doing alright. Via ktar.com According to a report by WalletHub, Valley cities like Scottsdale, Chandler and Gilbert are among the happiest places to live in the U.S. The study bases its findings off of metrics that fall into three primary categories: emotional and physical well-being, income and unemployment, and community and environment. Those are calculated by more

Fiesta-Park-Apartments

The 320-unit community in Mesa was 93 percent leased when it was acquired by INCO Real Estate Co. Via multihousingnews.com Colliers International in Greater Phoenix closed the sale of Fiesta Park Apartments, located at 1033 S. Longmore Road in Mesa, Ariz. for $20 million. Bill Hahn, Jeff Sherman and Trevor Koskovich of Colliers represented the seller, BH Properties in the transaction. The buyer, INCO Real Estate Co. was represented by Mark

Job Fairs, Employment and Goodwill

KTAR’s Main Street Minute focuses on local businesses that are hiring, opening and hosting events across the community. These stories air each weekday on KTAR at 7:27 a.m. Via ktar.com • Interim HealthCare is looking for certified caregivers in the East Valley. The company is hosting a job fair Friday from noon until 4 p.m. near Higley and Broadway roads in Mesa. • Grainger plans to hire more than 400

Scottsdale named one of America’s hardest working cities

Scottsdale finished at No. 6 overall, Gilbert at No. 14 and Chandler at No. 19. Via ktar.com The financial analysis website and service, ranked 116 cities across six metrics. Scottsdale came in behind Anchorage, Alaska; Plano, Texas; Cheyenne, Wyo.; Virginia Beach, Va. and Irving, Texas. Gilbert came in at No. 14, while Chandler ranked 19th in the study. Phoenix came in 51st and was followed by Mesa (70), Glendale (74)

24/7 On-demand delivery service to start alcohol sales in June

Philadelphia-based convenience store delivery app goPuff is now delivering 24 hours a day, seven days a week in its east Phoenix metro and Tucson delivery areas. Via bizjournals.com The on-demand service also finally knows when it will start delivering alcohol. GoPuff delivers a wide range of products from its local warehouses of close to 4,000 items. GoPuff delivers basically anything you can get from a grocery store, promised within 30