Arrowhead Deck and Concrete has served Tucson Arizona businesses and residents for over 10 years. Staying abreast of trends and offering high quality installations has allowed Arrowhead Deck and Concrete to become the preferred contractor in Tucson Arizona. Tucson AZ has a burgeoning economy and rapid growth which has allowed Arrowhead Deck and Concrete to expand product lines and maintain a high level of quality and customer service. Arrowhead Deck and Concrete has offered installations for commercial, industrial, and residential projects throughout Tucson AZ.
Tucson AZ has a thriving community centered around unique neighborhoods, diverse restaurants, artistic highlights, distinct shopping, vibrant culture and widely recognized for an excellent quality of life.
Much of Tucson’s economic development has been centered on the development of the University of Arizona, which is currently the second largest employer in the city. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, on the city’s southeastern edge, also provides many jobs for Tucson residents. Its presence, as well as the presence of the US Army Intelligence Center (Fort Huachuca, the largest employer in the region in nearby Sierra Vista), has led to the development of many high-tech industries, including government contractors, in the area. The city of Tucson is also a major hub for the Union Pacific Railroad’s Sunset Route that links the Los Angeles ports with the South/Southeast regions of the country.
Cultural and other attractions include:
- Arizona Historical Society
- The Fremont House is an original adobe house in the Tucson Community Center that was saved while one of Tucson’s earliest barrios was razed as urban renewal.
- Fort Lowell Museum
- Mission San Xavier del Bac
- Old Tucson Studios, built as a set for the movie Arizona, is a movie studio and theme park for classic Westerns.
- The Tucson Museum of Art was established as part of an art school, the Art Center, which was founded by local Tucson artists including Rose Cabat
- The University of Arizona Museum of Art includes works by Franz Kline, Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko as part of the Edward J. Gallagher Memorial Collection, a tribute to a young man who was killed in a boating accident. The museum also includes the Samuel H. Kress Collection of European works from the 14th to 19th centuries and the C. Leonard Pfeiffer Collection of American paintings.
- Center for Creative Photography, a leading museum with many works by major artists such as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston.
- International Wildlife Museum, which is 5 mi (8.0 km) west of Interstate 10, maintains an exhibition of over four-hundred different mounted and prepared animal species hunted from around the globe.
- The DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is an iconic Tucson landmark in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains.
- Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a combined zoo, museum, and botanical garden, devoted to indigenous animals and plants of the Sonoran Desert.
- Titan Missile Museum is about 25 mi (40 km) south of the city on I-19. This is a Cold War era Titan nuclear missile silo (billed as the only remaining intact post-Cold War Titan missile silo) turned tourist stop.
- Pima Air & Space Museum has a wide assortment of aircraft on display both indoors and outdoors.
- Pima County Fair
- Trail Dust Town is an outdoor shopping mall and restaurant complex that was built from the remains of a 1950 western movie set.
- Museum of the Horse Soldier
- Jewish History Museum (Tucson)
- Centennial Hall opened in 1937 as the University of Arizona’s campus auditorium, designed by architect Roy Place.
- Tucson Chinese Cultural Center
- Tucson Loop Shared Use Bike Path
- Arizona State Museum (on the University of Arizona campus)
Raytheon Missile Systems (formerly Hughes Aircraft Co.), Texas Instruments, IBM, Intuit Inc., Universal Avionics, Honeywell Aerospace, Sunquest Information Systems, Sanofi-Aventis, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., and Bombardier Aerospace all have a significant presence in Tucson. Roughly 150 Tucson companies are involved in the design and manufacture of optics and optoelectronics systems, earning Tucson the nickname “Optics Valley“. Much of this is thanks in part to the presence of the Steward Observatory at The University of Arizona, which is one of few locations in the world with ability to cast the enormous mirrors used in telescopes around the world and in space.
Tourism is another major industry in Tucson, bringing in $2 billion per year and over 3.5 million visitors annually due to Tucson’s numerous resorts, hotels, and attractions.
One of the major annual attractions is the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, and its associated shows, all held generally in the first two weeks of February. These associated shows (such as gems, jewelry, beads, fossils) are held throughout the city, with 43 different shows in 2010. This makes Tucson’s the largest such exposition in the world.
In addition to vacationers, a significant number of winter residents, or “snowbirds“, are attracted to Tucson’s mild winters and live here on a seasonal basis. They also contribute to the local economy. Snowbirds often purchase second homes in Tucson and nearby areas, contributing significantly to the property tax base.
The north side is the suburban community of Catalina Foothills, includes among the area’s most expensive homes, sometimes multimillion-dollar estates. Some of the Tucson area’s major resorts are in the Catalina Foothills, including the Hacienda Del Sol, Westin La Paloma Resort, Loews Ventana Canyon Resort and Canyon Ranch Resort. La Encantada, an upscale outdoor shopping mall, is also in the Foothills.
Arrowhead Deck and Concrete is here to serve your needs in retail, storefronts, office spaces, warehousing, manufacturing, education, foodservice, apartments, HOA’s, hospitality, healthcare, government facilities, transportation, places of worship, healthcare, and residential.
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