Aris' Duane Armijo, second from left, made the announcement with Sandra Watson, left, and Supervisors Sharon Bronson and Ramón Valadez.
The Aris Integration Insulated Panel System combines the strength of steel framing with the thermal properties of rigid cellular insulation.
Hundreds of new construction jobs are planned for Tucson, but they won't involve swinging a hammer.
PHOENIX - It looks like 2013 will not be a good year to look for a job in Pima County.
With four new stores in the works, Walmart, Southern Arizona's fifth-largest employer, will add approximately 600 Tucson jobs within 12 to 14 months.
Work continues on a data center at 4400 S. Santa Rita Ave. The facility, owned by Iowa-based Involta, is expected to house computer systems for health-care organizations, business and governmental and educational institutions.
Workers are busy transforming a south-side building into a high-level data center for Iowa-based Involta LLC.
Pharmacy-benefits manager OptumRx will hold a job fair on Monday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the company's new offices in the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park, 9040 S. Rita Road.
When C3 held a job fair in 2011, hundreds of applicants showed up, hoping to snag one of the 320 positions that were open. The call-center company is now planning a new hiring surge.
A call-center operator that opened its first location in Tucson last year plans to add hundreds of workers to handle its expanding business.
Kelli Bryant of Hussmann Refrigeration installs shelving in one of the cooler units that will eventually house frozen foods inside the new Walmart. The store, near East 36th Street and Kino Parkway, has not set a formal opening date, but it's expected to be in the fall.
Walmart is putting the finishing touches on its latest Tucson-area superstore. The retail giant plans to open its latest supercenter later this fall at Tucson Marketplace at The Bridges, a south-side retail development that is part of the nascent Arizona Bioscience Park at 36th Street and Ki…
A North Carolina-based tire distributor plans to build a warehouse operation in Tucson that will employ 30 people, an economic-development agency says.
An Iowa company plans to build and operate a 40,000-square-foot data center on Tucson's south side.