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Boise Tower Project to get new contractor (access required)

Developer Rick Peterson said last week he probably will switch general contractors on the stalled $62 million Boise Tower project in order to overcome labor union differences with M.A. Mortenson Co. that stymied financing. Peterson had nothing but praise for ...

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D.L. Evans Bank plans branch operation expansion (access required)

D.L. Evans Bank plans to expand its branch operation on Vista Avenue in central Boise. The bank, which employs six in an office it leased in January in the Vista Village shopping center, has optioned 1.5 acres at the southeast ...

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United Water to add southeast Boise plant (access required)

Work is expected to begin in September on a $12 million water-treatment plant incorporating “state of the art membrane filtration” – and possibly ultra-violet disinfection – in southeast Boise. With an initial capacity of 6 million gallons per day, the ...

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Alsip & Persons Funeral Chapel plans $800,000 addition (access required)

Alsip & Persons Funeral Chapel plans to begin an $800,000 addition and remodeling project for its Nampa funeral home early next month. Jack Trumbell, Alsip’s manager, said an expansion of the funeral home’s 60-year-old building near 10th and 12th avenues ...

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Idaho construction shows strong performance (access required)

Construction throughout Idaho in April showed the strongest performance since July of last year, according to the July issue of the Idaho Construction Report from Wells Fargo & Co. April’s “upturn in the construction industry was aided by the recent ...

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Anne Frank Memorial near completion (access required)

A human rights memorial dedicated to the memory of Holocaust victim Anne Frank is nearing completion near the Boise River Greenbelt and Log Cabin Literary Center in downtown Boise. The $1.5 million project, funded privately, will feature a life-sized bronze ...

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Base housing replacements to meet Air Force standard (access required)

Infrastructure is going in for 46 new military housing units at Mountain Home Air Force Base, in the latest phase of replacing more than 250 units on base. The $9.5 million project, on 20 acres, is the third phase of ...

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Interior designers cautious about future (access required)

For commercial interior-designers, business has been picking up since mid-June, according to Mark Heath, CEO of Business Interiors of Idaho. Heath said business is up the first half of this year, despite negative economic trends, and even though “the industry ...

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Sun Valley, Ketchum, Stanley attract development (access required)

In the central mountains of Idaho, development shows signs of picking up again in Sun Valley-Ketchum, and little Stanley aims at big changes. “The indications are that we’re starting to see interest rise again,” said Paul Kenny, a broker for ...

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Scott Honda plans new quarters in Nampa (access required)

Tom Scott Honda plans to move to larger quarters next spring. The car dealer aims to move from its home on the Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard at Linden Street in Caldwell to a building to be constructed on 11th Avenue North at ...

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