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March 2020

 COVER STORY
Governor's Cups
The 2019 Governor's Cups
Ohio unseats Nebraska for the per capita cup as Texas makes room in the trophy cabinet for an eight consecutive total projects win.
 FEATURES
Top Metros
Fresh Faces in Gateway Places
The U.S. project scorecard features perennial leaders and young talent.
Top Micros
Seize the Day
Recognizing opportunity is key for this year’s Top Micropolitans.
Big Muddy Cup
The Shine of Success
Greater Blytheville, Arkansas, Takes Home the Hardware Thanks to Major Steel Investment
Airport Cities
Will AeroNexus Take Anchorage's Cargo Might to New Heights
We look into the more than $700 million in projects at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Alaska, and explores the location options for New York's airport city.
Investment Report
Duke Energy Site Readiness Program
Site Readiness Program Prepares Communities to Win
Data Centers
How Undersea Cables Drive Onshore Site Decisions
An increasingly dense submarine web supports the web we’re on all the time.
NEW!Biopharma
Market Cap, Meet Capital Investment
A look at where — and how often — high-value companies are making highly valued facility investments.
 INVESTMENT PROFILES
San Bernardino County, California
Clean & Green - How One County is Taking the Lead
With major investments, San Bernardino County has become a hotbed of cleantech and renewable energy.
Santa Clarita Valley
Foundation for the Future
Santa Clarita Valley is proving itself the lower-cost, high-quality option for businesses in Southern California.
Xcel Energy
Benchmark Setter
Xcel Energy sets ambitious goals and then reaches them. It looks to help customers and communities do the same.
St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana
Where High Value Meets High Values
Executives at three national scientific and technical services organizations explain why St. Tammany Parish is home.
 INTERNATIONAL
Ontario
Laser Focus, Global Opportunities
A Conversation with Ontario's Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade.
Eastern Europe
Business Council Plans Higher Profile For ‘Three Seas Region’
A private-sector alliance of CEE executives has big plans for this region.
 DEPARTMENTS
Editor's View
Only You Can Do Something About the Talent ‘Shortage’
Editor in Chief Mark Arend says corporate leaders have a marquee role to play in building the talent base they need.
Departments
North American Reports
A Montreal award winner; new data on U.S rare earth minerals; which states raised their minimum wage; UPS and Waymo get autonomous in Phoenix; mass timber operation moves into former Arkansas steel plant.
 AREA SPOTLIGHTS
Northeast
Report Shows Impact of 'Egregious Truck Bottlenecks'
Senior Editor Gary Daughters talks to trucking experts about what can be done at the leading bottlenecks.
Pacific Northwest
The Clean Energy Sector Gets Its Second Wind
Washington leads the way, led by Jefferson, King and Benton counties. Meanwhile, companies and a new research hub are growing in Bellingham.
Georgia
Investors Stay Ahead of the Curve in Rabun County
Why an importer with substantial logistics requirements picked a northeastern Georgia county for its distribution center site.
New Mexico
How New Mexico Became a Top 10 Film State
With major investments, Netflix, NBCUniversal and others find the Land of Enchantment is more than just a slogan.
Minnesota
How Minnesota Plans to Close the Talent Gap
State launches 3-pronged attack to increase its skilled workforce.
California
Fixing a Hole
Companies, Institutions and State Government Address California’s Housing Crisis
NEW!South Central U.S.
Jobs on the Fly
Aerospace firms are investing and creating jobs across the south-central United States.
NEW!Illinois
Could a Massive Rebuild be the Road to Economic Expansion?
Cash-strapped Illinois goes big on infrastructure.

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