Arizona State University NOVEMBER 09 www. bus- ex. com 53 are now leased and managed by the University. Two major academic units have migrated to this location so far. The Cronkite School of Journalism moved into a new $ 71 million six- story building in the fall of 2008, and it will soon be joined by the University- run public TV station, KAET. Meanwhile, the School of Nursing has moved to the Downtown Campus in two phases. The first phase, a renovated and transformed 1980s office block, was handed over to the University in July 2006, while the second phase, the construction of an impressive modern glass and copper structure providing 82,000 square feet of space, was completed in July 2009 and is expected to achieve LEED Silver status. The introduction of the ASU campus has made a significant change to the dynamic of downtown Phoenix. A new light rail system has been built to link the Downtown Campus with the Tempe Campus, providing valuable transit facilities for the area's inhabitants and workers as well as students. Not only is ASU reducing its impact on the environment, it's having a positive effect on the city that is its host. CORE Construction Services of Arizona, Inc. is a leading national construction management, design- build, and general contracting firm with 1,200 employees providing annual revenues in excess of $ 500 million on a myriad of project types. CORE Arizona, incorporated in 1982, has a proven track record of providing exemplary service to a variety of reputable clients, including Arizona State University. The University Police Department, Hassayampa Academic Village, Memorial Union renovations and various roofing repairs are a few of the recent projects where CORE successfully served its client and partner, Arizona State University, as the construction manager at risk. CORE Construction, Inc.