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Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine suits up for opening day in August (access required)

You can see the ICOM building from a mile away, its acronym boldly emblazoned in an upper corner. Idaho’s first medical school makes an architectural statement alongside Interstate 84 at Locust Grove Road in Meridian. Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine ...

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Trump-era transportation project more focused on rural areas

Forget about bike-share stations in Chicago or pedestrian walkways in Oakland. That’s so Obama-era. In the Trump administration, a popular $500 million transportation grant program is focused more on projects in rural areas that turned out for Donald Trump in ...

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Washington state to develop building codes for mass-timber construction (access required)

While Oregon developers seem to be taking more direct action when it comes to mass-timber building techniques, Washington lawmakers are also trying to leave their mark on the industry. According to a recent report in industry publication The Architect’s Newspaper, ...

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Jackson Hole Junction will be next large shopping center in Idaho Falls (access required)

A developer has started work  in eastern Idaho on what will be the area’s third largest shopping center. The first announced tenant for the 44-acre Jackson Hole Junction mixed-use development at the burgeoning south end of Idaho Falls is a ...

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A word with Scott Flynn of indieDwell (access required)

Scott Flynn is a longtime Treasure Valley homebuilder whose company, indieDwell, creates affordable housing to meet a critical need in Idaho. Flynn got his start as a builder before returning to school to study chemical engineering. He worked briefly for ...

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Plan to block new gold mining near Yellowstone moves forward

U.S. government officials are moving forward with a plan to block new gold mining claims in the mountains north of Yellowstone National Park with the release March 29 of a draft analysis of the proposal’s effects on the environment. The ...

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Trade groups unite to improve construction site safety (access required)

The Associated Builders and Contractors and the Board of Certified Safety Professionals have reached agreement on a planned collaboration to improve occupational safety at construction workplaces across the country. The memorandum of agreement signed by the two groups March 19focuses ...

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