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Center complexities (access required)

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If you blink while driving by a Peak 10 data center, you’re apt to miss it. In 10 Southeastern and Midwestern cities, all 23 of them are nondescript, boxy, re-enforced concrete buildings with minimal signage. Peak 10’s three-stage data center now under construction in north Charlotte will be no different.

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Turning tide (access required)

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Pool builders have spent the past five to seven years seeing their industry hit hard by a slow economy and recession, tough consumer credit market and decline in home sales and new construction. So far in 2012, the pool and spa industry is showing an uptick in activity.

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No way on the highway (access required)

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The notion of a bypass around U.S. 74 from Charlotte into Union County had been kicking around for years before the newly formed Turnpike Authority in 2007 proposed the construction of a 20-mile toll road that would run parallel to U.S. 74, skirt Monroe and connect to the Interstate 485 beltway southeast of Charlotte.

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HUB of activity (access required)

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In North Carolina, state government requires there be a minimum of 10 percent participation by so-called Historically Underutilized Businesses in all state-funded construction projects. But at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, that percentage has been exceeded.

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