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Construction begins on new Oregon crime lab in Pendleton (access required)

Construction has begun on the new Oregon State Police crime lab in Pendleton. The East Oregonian reports Fortis Constriction Inc. has started work on the foundation of the nearly $1.25 million project. The city issued a building permit for the 9,500-square-foot facility ...

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IBR celebrates 2018 Top Projects winners (access required)

Boise Centre proved to be the perfect setting for the Idaho Business Review’s 2018 Top Projects event on Sept. 13. The downtown convention center’s recent expansion was awarded the Project of the Year honor by the distinguished panel of 12 ...

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Boise Airport expands a storm water retention pond (access required)

Boise Airport has been working since Aug. 20 on expanding the storm water retention pond next to Firehawk Helicopters along Wright Street. The $148,000 work will expand the 15,000-cubic-yard retention pond to 21,000 cubic yards to accommodate unusual storm events ...

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Million-square-foot industrial park headed to Boise’s Eisenman Road (access required)

A Utah developer intends to build a 1-million-square-foot industrial park on Boise’s southeastern edge at Interstate 84 and Eisenman Road. The 159-acre Boise Gateway Industrial Park property would be leased on city-owned land that wraps around the south and east sides ...

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Kuna Post Office will move into Freedom Fitness building

The new Kuna Post Office will come with some architectural flair. The U.S. Postal Service announced Aug. 31 it will move its Kuna office into the Freedom Fitness building on Wythe Creek Court. Freedom Fitness, meanwhile, plans to build a ...

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