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When the Tropicana Hotel opened on the Las Vegas strip on April 4, 1957, it wasn’t located at the grand intersection of massive theme-park-style hotels that it is now. No MGM Grand, New York New York or Excalibur hotels were at that intersection. Las Vegas was still the home of casinos, supper clubs and nightclub performers, not roller coasters.

KCI Construction Co. is drawing on its years of experience as a design/build general contractor for a number of major public sector jobs in its home market. The St. Louis-based firm works in a number of project types including heavy industrial, transportation, and general building jobs. KCI’s current portfolio of pending projects will bring its knowledge in all three of those areas to the forefront.

There are large construction projects, and then there are the projects where a mention of sheer size does not do justice to the work being done. The latter jobs are not for the faint of heart, but for those who can handle long days and meticulous planning, and who work well within a team structure that relies on mutual trust. 

It took 12 years of sitting behind a desk for Chris Armstrong to realize he was not really interested in a desk job. “When I decided to go into construction rather than design, I was influenced by a couple guys out there in construction,” recalls Armstrong, managing director of Shelbury Construction Inc. on the island of Barbados. 

A man who can combine his passion with his business – or whose passion is his business – is a happy man. Rodney Frias, COO of S&F Concrete Contractors Inc., is passionate about the family’s concrete business. “Golf is my second passion,” he concedes. “Golfing is a great way to network in this business.” Frias is a frequent player at fundraising golf tournaments for many organizations, such as hospitals and universities.

As the Port of the Americas expands its facilities, the terminal is not only adding to its capabilities, but also preparing for an expected surge to Puerto Rico’s economy, Executive Director Rhonda Castillo Gammill says. “The economic impact should be up to $3 billion a year,” she predicts.

The city of Boulder, Colo., enacted a Climate Action Plan in 2002 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 7 percent below 1990 levels by 2012. One of the projects the city initiated was the construction of a solar facility at the wastewater treatment plant to offset the power requirements of the city’s largest power demand facility. When local independent solar developer EyeOn Energy caught wind of the project, the company made a successful bid to the city.

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