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ENR April 07, 2014
 ENR April 07, 2014
Cover Story:

L.A. Metro Manages $10B in Design-Build Projects

The public agency is named ENR California's 2014 Owner of the Year because of its open lines of communication and diligent use of design-build.


Cover image: Photo courtesy of Metro, 2013 LACMTA


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