T-Mobile will spend $50,000 to add a standby generator, automatic transfer switch, generator auxiliary power distribution and remote monitoring communications circuitry to its existing cell tower at 45330 W. McDavid Road. The work will be done by Motive Energy Telecommunications Group for Diamond Communications LLC.

AT&T will add a 30-kilowatt emergency diesel generator and 190-gallon fuel tank to its facility at 20386 N. Murphy Road at a cost of $96,000. The work will be done for Crown Atlantic Company, LLC by General Dynamics Information Technology Inc.

Volkswagen of America will refurbish 2,827 square feet of office space at its facility at 17169 N. Murphy Road at a cost of $150,000. Work will be done by Willmeng Construction Inc.

Walmart will replace roof-mounted cooling towers in its store at 41650 W. Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway in the Wells shopping center. Climate Pros Mechanical will do the work.

A prefabricated, 544-square-foot commercial shade sail structure will be built on Parcel 9 in Province at a cost of $39,000 for Meritage Homes of Arizona by Hesscor Inc.

A 480-square-foot shade ramada will be built over an existing barbecue picnic area for Bungalows on Bowlin at 44900 W. Bowlin Road at a cost of $8,000 by Hesscor Inc.

The Maricopa Grand Professional Village office condominiums at 41600 W. Smith-Enke Road will build a new commercial shell at a cost of $809,370. Owner Danielle Collazo will have the work done by Kroll Contractors Inc.

Crumbl Cookies is undertaking $45,000 in tenant improvements to Suite 105 in Sonoran Creek Marketplace, 20320 N. John Wayne Pkwy. The work is being done for owner John Wayne Parkway AZ LLC by KTM Construction Inc.

Carniceria Sonora will remodel the interior of an existing facility at 19568 N. Maricopa Road at a cost of $175,000 in preparation for opening a meat shop and small take-out restaurant. Negev Design Build LLC will do the work for owner D & N Financial LLC.

Marshalls will spend $300,000 for tenant improvements at its Sonoran Creek store, 20250 N. John Wayne Pkwy. Owner John Wayne Parkway Maricopa LLC has selected American Retail Contractors LLC for the project.

Exceptional Healthcare Maricopa will undertake interior tenant improvements on its 6-patient, fast-track clinic at 19060 N. John Wayne Pkwy. at a cost of $125,000. EHC Maricopa LP has chosen BMH As Built of Texas Inc. for the work.

REV@Porter has begun construction on 10 duplexes for rent at 17085 N. Porter Road. Five are 782-square-foot, 1-bedroom units and five are 1,093-square-foot, 2-bedroom units. The total cost is $1.1 million. Construction for EVR Porter LLC is by Sodella Construction Inc.

K Hovnanian Homes will build a model home office at 42420 W. Peters and Nall Road for sales in Santa Rosa Springs Parcel 4 at a cost of $50,000.

Maricopa 35 LLC has begun work on Fuze 520 modular apartments at 45760 W. Village Pkwy. in the West Maricopa Village development off North Loma Road. A total of seven three-story buildings with 1-3 bedroom apartments will be built. Buildings will range from 32-48 units. Copper Nail Construction LLC will build.

Copa Flats Apartments have begun construction on 72 units in three buildings at 17485 N. Porter Road. There will be 36 3-bedroom units, 30 2-bedrooms and six 1-bedroom apartments. The $9.8 million project is being done by Johnson Carlier LLC for El Dorado Porter 27 LLC.

REV@Porter is beginning work on three single-family homes for rent at 17805 N. Porter Road at a total cost of $404,895. The 2-bedroom, 1,106-square-foot units are being built by Sodella Construction Inc. for EVR Porter LLC.

Electrical District No. 3 will place equipment in the roadway at 18411 N. Smith Farms Circle in Desert Passage for a new power pedestal. The work is being done for the Desert Passage Community Association by Fishel Construction Co.

Southwest Gas will extend a gas main at Estrella Parkway and Edison Road, with work done by Fishel Construction Co.

Medians on Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway between Porter and Stonegate roads will be landscaped by Haydon Building Corp.

This story was first published in the May edition of InMaricopa magazine.