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Woodgrain Millwork buys molding company (access required)

Fruitland-based Woodgrain Millwork has acquired Kay-Wood Industries Inc., an Oklahoma City maker of decorative moldings and blocks.Kay-Wood does business at Decra Mold. The company has 100 full-time employees and about 40 temporary workers, a key employee there said.“This acquisition fits ...

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Boise revives Design Review awards (access required)

Creatively molding and shaping the face of Boise has its rewards. Twelve project designs garnered City of Boise Design Review awards for making “a positive contribution to the visual quality of the city,” said award coordinator Tempra Wilson. The city’s ...

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Extended Systems acquires software firm (access required)

Extended Systems Inc., Boise, recently acquired AppReach Inc. in a deal aiming to broaden the mobile computing offerings of Boise-based Extended.AppReach, a small firm based in Baltimore, develops enterprise software that extends customer resource management applications to mobile, wireless computing ...

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Heritage Commons planned for 76-acre Meridian site (access required)

Six commercial buildings, several park areas, and homes of various types are planned on 76-acre site off North Locust Grove Road in Meridian.The project, called Heritage Commons, appears to incorporate many of the objectives Meridian planners have outlined for future ...

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Idaho builders face tightened surety market (access required)

Idaho builders and insurance firms are closely watching the surety industry – which was already feeling the effects of a slowing economy and a “hardening” market before Sept. 11 and got hit recently by Enron and Kmart bankruptcies.Surety bonds come ...

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22 four-plexes planned in Meridian (access required)

A complex of 22 fourplex residential buildings would be constructed off Locust Grove Road if Meridian approves Cooper Canyon Subdivision.Wildwood Development LLC, Boise, seeks a zoning change and conditional-use approval for nearly 6 acres in the southeast corner of Locust ...

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Wendy’s plans first Meridian eatery in June (access required)

Wendy’s plans to break ground this week on its 11th Treasure Valley fast-food eatery and its first in Meridian, and open it by the third week of June. According to George Doumani, director of operations for the Boise-based Wendy’s franchise ...

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Commercial real estate firm moves, expands office (access required)

Commercial real estate firm Colliers International LLC recently relocated and expanded its Sun Valley-area office from South Main Street in Ketchum to 200 W. Rivers St., Suite 301.Heidi Mikelson, Paul Kenny and Roger Evans are the primary salespeople based there. ...

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Firm plans small-office developments in Eagle (access required)

Dave Evans plans to build more small office buildings in the Boise area soon – this time in Eagle.“We are in the process of (city) approval. Around May 1, we should be under construction,” said the operator of Dave Evans ...

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Boise, state construction values slump (access required)

Construction values were down by almost half in the Boise city limits during the first five months of the city’s fiscal year, compared with the year before, but down only about 8 percent from the same period in fiscal 2000.Around ...

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