M3, with collaboration of the University of Chicago, successfully completed a Preliminary Design Review of the Cosmic Microwave Background Stage 4 (CMB-S4) Laboratory Building. The CMB-S4 Laboratory building will act as a central support facility serving adjacent small aperture telescopes studying cosmic background radiation. Located at the South Pole, the project faces unique challenges in

The University of Arizona Construction Engineering Management program sent a Commercial Building team and a Heavy Civil team to the Associated Schools of Construction Region 6 & 7 competition held on February 9-12, 2022, in Reno, Nevada.  M3 was proud to have supported the U of A team for the event and sends a heartfelt

Career Night Attendance

M3 would like to extend its gratitude to all of the students and staff that attended our Fall Career Fair at our headquarters office here in Tucson.  The event was a huge success and we are looking forward to the next event!

The W.M. Keck Observatory is located near the summit of Mauna Kea, on the Big Island of Hawaii.  The W.M. Keck Observatory is a two-telescope observatory with two 10 meter optical/infrared telescopes.  In its commitment to reduce the organization’s carbon footprint and lower the cost of energy, W.M. Keck Observatory installed a solar PV system.

Congratulations to GMTO on passing their successful Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for the Telescope Pier and Seismic Isolation System for the Giant Magellan Telescope.  This historic milestone was facilitated by an international peer review panel comprised of distinguished, world-renowned seismic isolation and ground motion experts.  M3 provided structural engineering services for design of the Telescope

Mental Health and Emotional Support

Just like we must take care of our physical health, we must also care for our mental health and if we struggle while trying to focus or feel under too much stress, we should consider looking for emotional support or professional psychological attention. Remember: Your job is important It’s possible to remain optimistic and enjoy


It is important that during these COVID-19 times we carry with us the required prevention supplies that will help us prevent…

Every person who has been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 should stay home…


Important, there are two types of tests to detect COVID-19: viral tests and antibody tests. Viral tests, also known as quick tests, indicate if there currently is an infection in the body. Antibody tests may give us information to let us know that there previously was an infection in the body. Who should get tested?


Important: There is very few information regarding cases in pets such as dogs and cats who have become infected with COVID-19 after being in contact with someone sick with Coronavirus. Considering how limited this information is, the risk of animals transmitting the virus is statistically low. Take care of your pets and avoid putting them