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Hotel McCall preps for Living Social rush (access required)

The last few days of June were a busy time for hotelmccall.com. The day after an e-mail featuring an offer from Hotel McCall went out to Living Social Escapes subscribers in a 500-mile radius, the number of hits on the website ...

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Blaine County considers green building standards (access required)

An Idaho builder recently built a house that included eight furnaces, six or seven refrigerators and six washers and dryers. The house is 13,000 square feet, and it is now home to a grand total of two people. With appliances ...

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Mixed-use project goes up on Twin Falls canyon rim (access required)

Commercial real estate agent and developer Steve DiLucca says his market lucked out: Developers in Twin Falls didn’t catch the spec-building fever like other markets did as real estate ramped up earlier this millennium. “We didn’t have people throwing up ...

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Pocatello Airport project gets renovation change order (access required)

A change order to include an ADA approved elevator has put renovation work at the Pocatello Regional Airport behind by as much as five months. Crews from Stock CMS of Boise began work on a $4 million Pocatello airport renovation ...

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Public safety building first step to new Nampa downtown (access required)

A bid is scheduled to go out by early May for an $18 million public safety building in downtown Nampa. The building, designed by LCA Architects of Boise, will be 64,000 square feet, plus an attached 80,000-square-foot parking structure Moving ...

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Chubbuck apartment complex earns LEED platinum (access required)

Glancey Rockwell & Associates shot from zero to hero in the green building world when it designed Cardona Senior Apartments, the first apartment complex in Idaho to be certified through the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental ...

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Two hotels look for April approval in Ketchum (access required)

When a national hospitality research group determined that the Sun Valley area had 300 to 400 rooms worth of pent-up demand, developers grabbed the verdict and ran. Five high end hotels – totaling between 500 and 600 rooms – are ...

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Challenging outlook for construction, architecture grads (access required)

A few years ago, the BYU-Idaho construction management program was busting at the seams. The university started its CM program in 2000 (the year Rexburg-based Ricks College became Brigham Young University – Idaho), and anticipated maybe 250 students. “Construction management ...

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