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Woodgrain Millwork of Fruitland and Nampa to produce in Chile (access required)

Molding and interior door maker Woodgrain Millwork has started building a pine-door manufacturing plant in Chile, but doesn’t plan to cut employment in Fruitland and Nampa. Woodgrain expects the plant in Los Angeles, Chile, to bring sophisticated manufacturing processes and ...

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Urban renewal plan for downtown Boise approved (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. board has approved a revised urban renewal plan for the west side of downtown Boise – including changes sought in part by Boise Cascade Corp. Following a CCDC board meeting a week earlier, a spokesman ...

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Ore.-based Lithia Motors to move Ford complex to new site in Boise (access required)

Lithia Motors Inc. plans to purchase a 16-acre parcel on Maple Grove near Fairview Avenue – with a partially built, derelict Smith’s grocery store – and plans to move its Ford franchise from Fairview Avenue to the new site late ...

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Boise-based construction company buys AAA Idaho building (access required)

Remodeling contractor Stronghold Construction has purchased the AAA Idaho building at Elder and Shoshone streets in Boise and plans a move there by April. The Boise-based company bought the 6,000-square-foot, single-story building in mid-September for an undisclosed price. Stronghold co-owner ...

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Contractor uses baking soda as restoration tool (access required)

A Meridian contractor has expanded his business to include a relatively new technology that employs baking soda as a cleaning agent in commercial and residential restoration projects. Mark Russell, 43, is the co-founder of Pacific Construction & Interiors, a home-based ...

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McAlvain Construction wins bid for univ. project (access required)

McAlvain Construction has won a bid as the Idaho contractor who will team up with a Seattle firm to construct two multi-building, mixed-use higher-education complexes for the University of Idaho Foundation near the new Ada County Courthouse complex. Boise-based McAlvain ...

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Republic Storage builds new self-storage complex (access required)

Republic Storage of Idaho has started building its 14th self-storage complex in the Treasure Valley, on Hartman Street on the Boise Central Bench. Owner Dick Phillips said the project will feature large units – some up to 2,000 square feet ...

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Boise Cascade Corp. questions Capital City’s plan for parking structures (access required)

Boise Cascade Corp. officials expressed concern last week that the Capital City Development Corp.’s planned Westside urban renewal area might spawn parking structures that would block views from BCC corporate headquarters at 11th and Jefferson streets. Meanwhile, Meadow Gold Dairy ...

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Nampa Auto Parts builds larger store (access required)

Construction started in early September on a Nampa Auto Parts store to replace an existing one that has operated in Nampa since 1946. Co-owner Jeff Purcell said that the new 14,000-square-foot building, which includes a mezzanine level, is being built ...

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Boise dentist plans three medical office buildings (access required)

A Boise dentist plans to build three single-story medical office buildings on a 1.5-acre vacant parcel at the southwest corner of Cloverdale and McMillan roads. According to plans filed with the City of Boise, dentist Scott Wright seeks conditional use ...

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