to bring to completion

See: consummate
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During the period, the Engineering, Construction and Procurement (EPC) contractor has been awarded over 20 district cooling plants and is now working to bring to completion six plants by the end of this year and into the first half of 2016 within the GCC region.
This is a project that they have helped shape and will work to bring to completion.
This is going to be work that takes several years to bring to completion.
Padilla has said he also ran for council re-election because there are still projects he is trying to bring to completion, such as a new City Hall building in the Northeast Valley.
Right now, Gargano is trying to bring to completion the expansion of the Javits Center and the construction of the Moynihan Train Station, as well as the redevelopment of lower Manhattan, however sluggish its pace might be.
But far from being slowed down, he's still hard at work putting the finishing touches on grandiose projects that need just a little extra attention to bring to completion.
InfoVista is very excited to bring to completion its end-to-end value proposition for mobile operators looking to solve the real challenges that are inherent in the mobile data explosion and industry-wide focus on customer experience," said Vikas Trehan, senior vice president of the network performance management business line for InfoVista.
CIM Group purchased the property last year and is delivering a retail center that previous development teams had undertaken but were unable to bring to completion.