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Global Traveler Magazine mentions PureBuild

PureBuild and the Mercado District are mentioned in the September 2015 edition of Global Traveler. Global Traveler reports on destinations for luxury business travelers. The September issue spotlights downtown Tucson in “Hot Time in Tucson: A revitalized downtown radiates with creative possibilities.” We are delighted…

Travel and Leisure’s Coolest Outdoor Showers

“Outdoor showers give you a chance to feel at one with nature without roughing it” declares Travel and Leisure Magazine.   An outdoor shower created by Purebuild at the acclaimed Miraval resort is showcased in this feature.    

Tucson Lifestyle Home and Garden features Mercado home.

Our clients’ lovely Mercado home graces the cover of the August 2014 Tucson Lifestyle Home and Garden magazine.  The accompanying article highlights their lush plantings, outdoor living spaces, and eco-friendly features,  as well as the colonial Mexican influence of the architecture, finish details and decor. …

It takes a village

The Mercado District is featured in the latest edition of 3StoryMagazine.  3StoryMagazine  is a monthly online publication which reports on Tucson’s thriving design, architecture and arts scene.   “It Takes a Village” celebrates the unique manner in which the design of the Mercado District’s homes and…

WWII Memorial Unveiled

PureBuild Inc. was privileged to participate in the creation of the WWII Memorial honoring Tucson and Pima County veterans of WWII.   The rammed earth base supports bronze plaques listing the names of soldiers who died serving our country in this conflict.  The compass imbedded in…

New photos of our work at Central Arizona College

Images of PureBuild’s recent work at Central Arizona College have been added to our rammed earth portfolio page.  SmithGroup architects selected exposed rammed earth for the wall systems of the new library and meeting room at the Maricopa Campus.

A continuity of construction methods.

PureBuild recently built rammed earth walls for the Visitors Center at Mesa Grande Cultural Park. The site, located in Mesa, AZ, contains an earth temple mound and ruins of earth walls stabilized by caliche originally constructed by the Hohokam between 1100-1400 AD. Images of the…

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