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Caterpillar’s Tucson Mining Center nears completion

Sundt is the construction manager for the Caterpillar’s Tucson Mining Center project. Courtesy: Victor Yanez

TUCSON –Caterpillar’s Tucson Mining Center is almost ready to welcome about 400 employees to its new headquarters.

Employees are expected to move from their temporary work locations to the new $50 million, 150-000-square-foot facility at Cushing Street and Avenida del Convento in March.

According to a news release, the facility is expected to accommodate more than 700 employees by 2020.

This project was brought on by Rio Nuevo, whose “funds are generated from a portion of state sales tax from businesses in the Tax Increment Finance (TIF) District.”

Sundt is the construction manager for the Caterpillar’s Tucson Mining Center project.

For more information, visit rionuevo.org.

Julia Leon

Julia Leon

Julia is a Digital Content Producer at News 4 Tucson. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
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