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Construction industry absorbs another blow (access required)

When President Donald Trump cited national security concerns and signed orders in March imposing significant new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, the construction industry was thrown for something of a loop. While domestic steel and aluminum manufacturers praised the ...

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First Interstate Bank will move to Pioneer Crossing

The Idaho regional headquarters for First Interstate Bank will move into the Pioneer Crossing office building that just started construction at Myrtle and 13th streets in downtown Boise. First Interstate is the first tenant announced for the five-story, 120,000-square-foot office ...

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Nationally, Idaho’s leading the way in home price increases (access required)

Home prices were up in all 50 states in April, year over year, with Washington, Idaho and Nevada surpassing 12 percent increases, nearly double the national average, according to CoreLogic. The Irvine, California, real estate data provider calculated an Idaho ...

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Bendable concrete could be safer, more durable (access required)

Spring construction season is underway, and many tons of concrete will be used in the coming months. Unfortunately, concrete is a brittle material: Placed under stress, it cannot bend very far before it fractures. Some pavements that are being poured ...

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Police and paramedics will get dedicated space at Saint Alphonsus in Nampa (access required)

St. Alphonsus Health System is building a 19,000-square-foot structure in Nampa that will include stations for Nampa police and Canyon County paramedics. Saint Alphonsus is setting aside about 1,100 square feet for Canyon County Paramedics Station 46 and about 600 ...

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