Related Items:Blazenko Lackovic, Vardar, veszprem Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmail “THE LAST GOLDEN CROATIAN BOY” – Blazenko Lackovic retires! Veszprem – Vardar for the SEHA Gazprom league title 2020 ShareTweetShareShareEmail CommentsHC Vardar was defeated at the visit last weekend to Veszprem very convincingly, but to make things worse is the fact that Blazenko Lackovic without any contact suddenly injured his Achilles’ tendon on the right foot. He went straight to Zagreb for examination and underwent surgery, and the result is not good at all, Vardar will be missing him between 5 and 6 months, which means he will also miss the World Championship 2015 in Qatar. Click to comment Recommended for you Veszprem put Kiel 8 goals behind
Bobbie Mastracci, CCIM, opened Phoenix West Commercial in October 2012 after being with Don Bennett & Associates since 2006. She specializes in investment properties, owner user and leasing.Mastracci is 2013 President of Central Arizona CCIM Chapter. She also has served as treasurer, vice president and board member. She is co-founder of the West Valley Commercial Real Estate Group, is a board member of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital West Valley Neighborhood, member of Litchfield Park Rotary and is active in various groups of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Community Church.She owned and operated a day spa for 10 years in Pittsburgh before moving to Arizona in 1998. Her has two sons, Eli and Giuseppe.Q: As President of CCIM Central Arizona, what are your goals for the chapter?A: I’d like to create a sense of “belonging” to all members by participation, attending events and educational forums, sponsorship, volunteering on committees and bringing guests with them; as well as pinning as many new designees as possible in April and October.Q: How important is the mission of enhancing the awareness and recognition of the CCIM designation to the business community?A: We at CCIM are wonderful about promoting CCIM to one another and to other brokerages and affiliates, and are working diligently on getting the word out to other businesses just how prestigious and challenging it is to achieve the CCIM Designation. Being a CCIM opens many doors of opportunity not only on a local level but internationally.Q: What challenges and issues do CCIM members face heading into 2013?A: CCIMs face sharpening their pencils and keeping up with the amount of business coming their way, balancing business, celebrating wins while keeping their pipeline full. The market is on an upswing and all the CCIMs are busy doing deals not busy wishing for deals. It is nice to see the change and moving out of a slow market and into a flourishing one.Q: Is there one property type you see having a particularly strong 2013 in terms of sales and leasing?A: The industrial sector seems to be making a very strong comeback. The first speculative building that I am aware of was a 600,000 SF industrial warehouse building along I-10 and El Mirage Road. Also in medical there have been many 30,000 SF clinics being built and operated by the hospitals with urgent care type services in the evenings along with the hospitals expanding their current buildings.Q: What is your prediction for growth of the Metro Phoenix brokerage market the next 5, 10 and even 20 years?A: Barry Broome of GPEC predicts that 52% of Metro Phoenix growth will happen in the West Valley due to the availability of land, infrastructure, drive time from Los Angeles ports, freeways and foreign trades zones in place. I will add that with the fiber optics that have been integrated to Luke Air Force Base and expanded from Northern Parkway in every direction this will impact the interest of all types of business that require the high speed of data transfer. You will see infill land being developed and in some areas redevelopment to higher density. Metro Phoenix will be attracting many new businesses and will not be relying heavily on the construction sector. It will still be a large part of our economy because of the growth, but it won’t be our main source.
[mappress]Press Release, January 16, 2014 The official opening ceremony of Damen Shipyards Sharjah FZE – the newest shipyard of Albwardy Marine Engineering – was held on Monday, January 13th 2014.In a joint venture between the Damen Shipyards Group and Albwardy Marine Engineering, the core activities at DSS will continue along the tried and trusted course of Damen new-builds and Albwardy’s conversions, dry-dockings and repairs.The spacious new yard, located in the Hamriyah Free-zone on a huge 284,000 square metre site, has direct and unrestricted access to the sea and meets the highest standards of modern ship construction and repair.The facility is equipped with a 120 x 26.5 metre ship-lift, with a 5,200 ton capacity and is connected to eight dry-berths, each of which is 125 metres in length. It also features a fully enclosed blasting and painting shed and an under-cover new build construction hall.Up and running for some time now, DSS has the facilities to repair and construct all type of vessels, and has recently delivered tugs, workboats, support vessels, dredgers, landing craft, floating docks, barges and pontoons.The yard can proudly display a healthy order book that presently consists of contracts for two multicats, two shoalbusters, two barges, one aluminium crew boat and not less than ten ASD tugs.The cooperation between the two family-owned companies is further strengthened with three existing yards in Dubai and Fujairah that will continue their focus on repairs, conversions and dry-dockings. They will also undertake rig repairs and conversions for the oil and gas industry.With its 35 year history, Albwardy Marine Engineering is a well established name in the Gulf region.
0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been left out of Spain’s provisional 25-man squad for Euro 2016. PHOTO/AFP.LAS Rozas de Madrid, Spain May 17 – Chelsea striker Diego Costa was left out of Spain coach Vicente del Bosque’s provisional 25-man squad for Euro 2016 on Tuesday.The nationalised Brazilian missed Chelsea’s last two games of the season due to a persistent hamstring injury and has struggled at international level with just one goal in 10 games since declaring to play for Spain in 2013. “We didn’t want to bring too many players with a certain doubt over their physical condition,” Del Bosque said of Costa’s omission from the two-time defending champions’ squad.World Cup winners Fernando Torres, Juan Mata and Javi Martinez were also high-profile names left out by Del Bosque.The absence of Costa and the in-form Torres means Del Bosque has only two central strikers to choose from in 35-year-old Aritz Aduriz and Juventus’ Alvaro Morata.Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla was also excluded having just returned from a long-term knee injury.The uncapped Saul Niguez and Lucas Vazquez of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid respectively have made the 25.Meanwhile, Villarreal captain Bruno Soriano was surprisingly included amongst 10 midfielders.Del Bosque also named 11 promising younger players to bulk up his squad for the friendlies against Bosnia and Herzegovina and South Korea on May 29 and June 1 respectively with Real and Atletico players set to take part in the Champions League final on May 28.Squad in fullGoalkeepers: Iker Casillas (Porto/POR), David De Gea (Manchester United/ENG), Sergio Rico (Sevilla)Defenders: Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique, Marc Bartra (all Barcelona), Sergio Ramos, Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid), Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea/ENG), Juanfran (Atletico Madrid)Midfielders: Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta (both Barcelona), David Silva (Manchester City/ENG), Mikel San Jose (Athletic Bilbao), Koke, Saul Niguez (both Atletico Madrid), Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea/ENG), Thiago Alcantara (Bayern Munich/GER), Isco (Real Madrid), Bruno Soriano (Villarreal)Forwards: Pedro Rodriguez (Chelsea/ENG), Alvaro Morata (Juventus/ITA), Aritz Aduriz (Athletic Bilbao), Nolito (Celta Vigo), Lucas Vazquez (Real Madrid)Back-up players (final squad to be announced by May 31):Sergio Asenjo, Denis Suarez (Villarreal), Pau Lopez (Espanyol), Hector Bellerin (Arsenal/ENG), Diego Llorente (Rayo Vallecano), Jorge Mere (Sporting Gijon), Jonathan Castro (Celta Vigo), Pablo Fornals (Malaga), Marco Asensio (Espanyol), Inaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao), Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad)