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March/April 2007

It is always fun to receive recognition.  Whether it’s a pat on the back from a peer for a job well done, or keys to the executive wash room, we all appreciate being recognized for our efforts.  With this year’s edition of the Corporate Investment & Community Impact (CiCi) Awards, we are honored to be the ones to step up and say “Congratulations.”
 
In this issue, we are recognizing companies and communities in two distinct categories:  15 Corporate Investment Awards and 15 Community Impact Awards. As you will see, the projects highlighted here represent amazing numbers.  But the real story is beyond the numbers.  It is within the companies, communities, regions and states that made these deals possible.  Their stories, and more importantly, their futures, are what we are recognizing with this 2nd edition of the CiCi Awards.
 
Along with our awards, we dedicated this issue to the efforts of the corporate real estate executive.  You’ll find leading-edge articles designed to enhance your efforts.

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In this issue...

* Boeing C-17 Program — Long Beach, California* If an industrial operation scheduled for termination is sufficiently large, even a brief reprieve can have far-reaching consequences. Such is the case with the Boeing plant’s C-17 program in Long Beach, California. The program was to have been extended through 2008, and no longer. Were this schedule to prevail, the first cuts would have been made in August 2006, affecting Boeing’s suppliers in 42 states across the nation. more...

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