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How INL builds for innovation  (access required)

One of the most innovative companies in Idaho must surely be Idaho National Laboratory (INL). Consequently, if one is interested in best practices in designing innovation spaces for business, it makes sense to see what INL is doing.  And what ...

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Idaho’s construction industry on the rise

Idaho’s construction industry practically doubled employment over the past 10 years from 2011-2021, growing by 94% or 28,525 more workers. This is the largest percentage growth among Idaho industry sectors. The construction industry stalled nationally and in Idaho during the ...

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Idaho Land Board bought the farm (access required)

The Idaho Land Board just bought the farm. To be exact, the Land Board approved the $6 million purchase of the land for the University of Idaho’s yet-to-be-built Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (CAFE). The property is 638 ...

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Idaho Business Review announces 2022 Top Projects, recognizes Specialty Contractor of the Year  (access required)

It was a night of shining gold, familiar laughter and enthusiastic cheers as members of the construction industry — from architects and contractors to builders and project owners — gathered to celebrate impactful projects completed over the past year. Idaho Business Review ...

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CAA, U of I alumnus and MAHT collaborate to address affordable housing (access required)

For Randy Teal, a simple thought about a big problem created a small house. Knowing a lot about the construction industry as a licensed general contractor, Teal wondered why he didn’t see any smaller, aesthetically built houses in a college town ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Bogus Basin announces completed capital improvements ahead of 2022-23 season (access required)

Bogus Basin has released a comprehensive list of capital projects completed over the summer. While the projects range from new runs and expanded beginner terrain to Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology and beefed-up snowmaking, below are summaries of the larger-scale projects. ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Intuit expands headquarters with new hybrid workspaces (access required)

Intuit has announced its opening of a new 65,000-square-foot building on its existing site in Eagle that is intended to “reflect the company’s workplace of the future strategy.” Design highlights include: New furnishings, room layouts and technology “to enable an ...

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AZEK reopens old ShopKo warehouse as a manufacturing plant (access required)

The monster-sized building off of East Gowen Road in Boise may be the most written-about property in the Treasure Valley. Built in 1992 and expanded in 2000, the 348,149-square-foot structure was once the giant distribution warehouse for ShopKo. Located on ...

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