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August 14, 1992 | KEVIN JOHNSON
Picketing union glass workers shut down construction Thursday on the $103-million Anaheim sports arena, a project official said. About half a dozen representatives of Glaziers Local 636 of Los Angeles kept about 280 workers from their jobs, protesting builder HuntCor Inc.'s use of non-union labor for the installation of glass walls for the arena's facade, said H.R. Phipps, the company's project manager. "We lost the whole day," Phipps said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 14, 1992 | KEVIN JOHNSON
Picketing union glass workers shut down construction Thursday on the $103-million Anaheim sports arena, a project official said. About half a dozen representatives of Glaziers Local 636 of Los Angeles kept about 280 workers from their jobs, protesting builder HuntCor Inc.'s use of non-union labor for the installation of glass walls for the arena's facade, said H.R. Phipps, the company's project manager. "We lost the whole day," Phipps said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU and LISA MASCARO, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Ask the people who have hired HuntCor Inc. to talk about the company's record in building new sports facilities, and their answers sound like billboards for the H. Norman Schwarzkopf of corporate America. From Memphis, where the company's sister corporation is building a $61-million basketball arena, facility general manager Russ Simons raves: "They have done an extraordinary job--it's on time, on budget and it's a spectacular signature piece of architecture. I'm impressed." Next stop: Anaheim.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU and LISA MASCARO, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Ask the people who have hired HuntCor Inc. to talk about the company's record in building new sports facilities, and their answers sound like billboards for the H. Norman Schwarzkopf of corporate America. From Memphis, where the company's sister corporation is building a $61-million basketball arena, facility general manager Russ Simons raves: "They have done an extraordinary job--it's on time, on budget and it's a spectacular signature piece of architecture. I'm impressed." Next stop: Anaheim.
REAL ESTATE
August 9, 1987
Work is under way on the $400-million Camelback Esplanade in Phoenix, a joint project of the Symington Co. and Shimizu Land Corp. The first phase on the 22.5-acre site will include a Ritz-Carlton hotel, an 11-story office tower and about 22,000 square feet of retail space. Phoenix-based Symington will be the developer, Shimizu will act as the construction coordinator, and HuntCor Inc., also based in Phoenix, will be general contractor.
REAL ESTATE
July 20, 1986
A late-1987 completion is scheduled for a $20-million addition to the Hughes Aircraft Co. Research Laboratories in Malibu. Designed and engineered by Albert C. Martin & Associates, with HuntCor Inc. as construction manager, the 90,000-square-foot project consists of three levels plus a basement terraced into the hillside above Malibu Canyon Road. The addition includes offices, a clean room and a laboratory building and will be adjacent to the existing facilities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1992 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a move that pleased labor union leaders, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday awarded the construction contract for the new jail to a Camarillo firm. The board voted unanimously to hire Merco Construction Engineers, which submitted the low bid of $31,134,513 on the project. The company's bid edged out HuntCor Inc. of Phoenix by $394,488. Last month, HuntCor submitted the low bid of $33.2 million on the jail.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1991 | KEVIN JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The City Council will be asked Tuesday to approve spending more than $6 million for a full-color scoreboard, artwork and other changes as it proceeds with the construction of the city's sports and entertainment complex. The request is within the project's $103-million budget and would allow all 82 luxury suites planned for the arena to be completed when the building opens in September, 1993, Public Works Director Gary Johnson said Friday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1991
Anaheim, the host city for Disneyland, has been doing a little wishing upon a star of its own--hoping to build the first indoor sports arena in Orange County. The dream now seems quite close to coming true. The city has accepted the $60.55-million bid submitted by HuntCor Inc. of Phoenix, a sports-facilities builder with a generally strong record, to build its 19,200-seat complex.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1986 | TOM GREELEY, Times Staff Writer
Fearful that delays in excavation of the construction site could hold up the opening and increase the cost of the $125-million convention center, a subcommittee of the San Diego Unified Port District will meet Tuesday to consider hiring another contractor to complete the work. "The port staff has over the past months told the contractor (HuntCor Inc.
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November 27, 1985 | ARMANDO ACUNA, Times Staff Writer
San Diego's $125-million waterfront convention center moved another important step toward reality Tuesday when the Unified Port District's commissioners voted to solicit construction bids. If all goes according to plan, bids will be submitted by Feb. 5, and a final selection will be made by March 17.
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