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MKB Construction Projects – 2022 RED Award Finalists 

MKB Construction is proud to have been a part of the multiple projects selected as the 2022 RED award finalists.

BNI Neuroplex at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center (Finalist of Healthcare Project of the Year ) This new Neuroplex building is unique with its hybrid identity — in many ways it acts as an extension of the hospital and in other ways it serves as a standalone medical office building — and frees up clinical care spaces, enabling laboratory research to expand by 50%.
Developer: Dignity Health/CommonSpirit Health
General contractor: Kitchell
Architect: Devenney Group Architects
Subcontractors: DP Electric, McCarthy Nordburg, Midstate Mechanical, MKB, Walters & Wolf
Value: $34.45 million

Pima Community College Automative Technology and Innovation Center (Finalist of Higher Education Project of the Year)
The Automotive Technology and Innovation Center, designed by DLR Group, features an open, high-tech space that allows student and faculty interaction across disciplines and provides flexibility to adapt to future technology requirements and meet the workforce needs now and well into the future.
Developer: Pima Community College
General contractor: CHASSE Building Team
Architect: DLR Group
Notable subcontractors: Commonwealth Electric Company, Concrete Edge, J.B. Steel, MKB Construction, Sun Mechanical
Value: $11.8 million

Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building VII (Finalist of Higher Education Project of the Year)
The ISTB7 building is the latest LEED project on ASU’s Tempe campus and by far the most ambitious. The high-performance research facility fosters an interdisciplinary approach to knowledge generation and leading-edge research, including innovative endeavors focusing on the sustainability of food, water, and energy.
Owner: ASU
General contractor: McCarthy
Building Companies
Architect: Architekton/Grimshaw
Notable subcontractors: MKB Construction, ISEC, TD Industries, Walters & Wolf, Wilson Electric
Value: $192 million

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