Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home / News / Construction (page 18)

Construction

Downtown Boise Association: ‘We’re doing really good’  (access required)

Improvisation, props, gestures, sound effects, puns and personal stories came together on stage to show the current state of downtown Boise post 2020. “I would be remiss not to share a story at a storytelling event,” said Jennifer Hensley, executive director of Downtown Boise ...

Read More »

State of the City: Boise’s growth and changes  (access required)

Affordable child care, housing, clean energy and a future pathway project were highlighted during Mayor Lauren McLean’s annual State of the City address, where she called Boiseans to action. A new webpage was launched after the State of the City address, ...

Read More »

Boise leaders share development highlights  (access required)

Jennifer Hensley, executive director for Downtown Boise Association, shared the following Sept. 14 during the annual State of Downtown address: From January 2020 to March 2021: 43 new businesses opened 16 were slated to open in the near future on ...

Read More »

A roundup of developments (access required)

SIED recognizes top Magic Valley revitalization projects  This year, projects in Buhl, Hagerman and Heyburn received recognition earlier this month in the Magic Valley’s 11th annual Operation Facelift, which encourages cities across the region to complete small to large revitalization projects. Three judges ...

Read More »

Proposed ICCU Plaza survives another P&Z challenge (access required)

Artist's rendering of the current design iteration for the ICCU Plaza in downtown Boise.

The City of Boise Planning and Zoning (P&Z) Commission shot down an appeal at its Sept. 13 meeting made by an organization called Better Change for East Downtown (BCED). The appeal contested a conditional approval by the Design Review Committee (DRC) ...

Read More »

BVA, stakeholders announce ground breaking for 7 buildings (access required)

Ball Ventures Ahlquist (BVA), in partnership with Brighton Corporation and B & T Hospitality (B&T), has announced it broke ground Sept. 15 for the next phase of Eagle View Landing. The next phase of the development, located near the Interstate ...

Read More »

How drones, scanners could help build next-generation nuclear reactors (access required)

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is using drones, 3-D scanning and artificial intelligence to gauge construction process on a new building — components of digital engineering technology that could eventually help build nuclear reactors.  “65% of mega projects” — anything over $1 billion — fail,” said Christopher Ritter, director of the ...

Read More »

Theodore Isbell joins VERTEX

Theodore Lawrence Isbell, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, HCI-R/C/W, was recently hired as a senior forensic architect at The Vertex Companies Inc. (VERTEX) and will be working from the Boise office. Isbell provides a wide array of consulting services, including forensic analysis and expert witness services for ...

Read More »

Construction begins on final phase of AI Meridian Business Center (access required)

Adler Industrial LLC broke ground in late August for its final two industrial buildings in the AI Meridian Business Park. Described by the company as best-in-class industrial buildings, one of the buildings (at 45,000 square feet) is already leased to a tenant, and the second building is available ...

Read More »

CSHQA welcomes new interns

CSHQA is pleased to announce that Isaiah Shute and Justin Schuessler have joined the firm as electrical engineering interns in the Boise office. They will assist the electrical engineering team with technical development of schematic, design, construction documents, specifications and construction administration ...

Read More »