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The new West Hawaii Civic Center is not your typical large, impersonal municipal building complex. Outdoor patios, a large pavilion, landscaped courtyards and covered walkways winding around eight buildings all serve to distinguish the $50.5 million complex arranged across a seven-acre site in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Sometimes the best ideas come about by accident. CMH Architects President and co-founder Everett Hatcher says that’s more or less how his firm came into being. “It was not something that was planned strategically,” he says. “It was kind of a spur-of-the-moment thing.”

Public transportation has come a long way since the 1970s, when the concepts of sustainability and greater efficiency were still in their nascent stages. As one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, Raleigh, N.C., has continuously updated its fleet of public buses to keep up with the demand its growing population has placed on it. 

Avenida Balboa already boasts some amazing views. One of the most prestigious avenues in Panama City, Panama, Avenida Balboa is in sight of the Bay of Panama and the Pacific Ocean, as well as some of the city’s most glamorous districts. Enhancing this already exceptional address is the Yacht Club Tower, a luxury condominium tower that when completed in 2011, will provide breathtaking views of the ocean and the city. 

Public transportation in and around the world’s third most populated city will soon get an upgrade more than 15 years in the making. Work to the Mexico City Metro transit system’s newest addition is on track to finish in April 2012. The $1.4 billion U.S. Metro Line 12 project – also known as the Gold Line – involves the construction of a 26.1-kilometer subway line and 20 rail stations in the southeastern part of the city and surrounding metropolitan area. Planning for the new subway line began in 1996, and construction started in 2008.

ICA Panama is all about taking its country further. Since the 1970s when the Ingenieros Civiles Asociados (ICA) of Mexico first established its Panamanian sister company, the contractor and developer has sought complicated projects that focus on long-term goals. Civil construction such as airports, highways and municipal services are all on its list of project preferences.

“Start small, finish big,” is a tenet held by many who are embarking on a new venture, whether it is the beginning of a new business or just the start of a new project. In the case of Panama-based Constructora Urbana S.A. (CUSA), the company started small, but had no idea it would become as big as it did – the largest contractor in all of Panama.

Jonathan Wener, chairman and CEO of Canderel Management Inc., started in the real estate business by working six-month jobs in construction and real estate while he was earning his Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University in Montreal. He began as a laborer in heavy construction at age 17, a clerk of the works, a tenant coordinator and a general contractor.

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