Urban Populations Growing Faster Than Ever

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Urban populations are growing faster than ever and there’s no sign of them slowing down in the future. Urbanization – or the shift in populations from rural to urban areas – is no longer an emerging trend; it’s now the new normal. With a finite amount of land and space available in cities and the rising cost of city living, developers and city planners need to be innovative in the way they consider space in urban areas.

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Founded in 1962, Ames Construction is a full-service heavy civil and industrial general contractor, self-performing throughout North America in: ENERGY: power plants, refineries and renewables; MINING: development, infrastructure, leach pads, tailings dams and reclamation; TRANSPORTATION: railroads, bridges, highways and airports; WATER AND WASTEWATER: dams, reservoirs, pipelines and treatment; and COMMERCIAL: retail, stadiums and golf courses.

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