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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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Parachuting simulator planned in Eagle (access required)

Fly Boise Air, a planned vertical wind tunnel for indoor skydiving simulation, will fly as a business, owners believe. Skydiving enthusiasts Vicky Robertson and Polly Long plan their three-story structure by spring in the Trolley Square development in Eagle. Robertson ...

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Silverstone Corporate Center may include hotel (access required)

Silverstone Corporate Center developers plan to build and open the first 96,000 square feet of office space in the 90-acre business park in early 2002. A hotel operator also is considering building in the business park – which lies between ...

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KidLink day-care under way in Mahogany Business Park (access required)

Construction is under way in the Mahogany Business Park, where crews recently broke ground on the 5,280-square-foot KidLink Learning Center. The child-care building will be in the southeast corner of the Mahogany park, on Global Lane, said Guy Levingston of ...

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Walgreen Co. plans ninth Idaho store (access required)

Walgreen Co. plans to build its ninth Idaho store on the southwest corner of Apple Street and ParkCenter Boulevard in Boise, with opening set for fall 2002. Carol Hively, a spokesperson for Deerfield, Ill.-based Walgreen Co., said last week that ...

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East Boise apartments get facelift (access required)

The Cambridge Square and Dorchester apartment complexes off Warm Springs Avenue – east Boise fixtures since the 1960s – are receiving nearly $1 million in exterior upgrades. “At one time the Cambridge and Dorchester apartments were among the nicest apartment ...

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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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Shoreline Tech office renovation nears completion (access required)

Boise developer The Sundance Co. is nearly finished with an interior and exterior facelift of part of a former Smith’s grocery store on a 5-acre site at 14th and Spa streets that is being converted to office space. Work on ...

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