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Idaho’s Top Projects for 2016: The finalists are …

Construction is continuing its boom in Idaho. Cranes are now nearly ubiquitous. Idaho Business Review recognizes and annually celebrates top construction projects across the state. This marks the 11th year and the 12th time for IBR‘s Top Projects program. In order to be a ...

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Gymnastics center goes industrial (access required)

Andrea Allen would rather have had her Gym Stars Gymnastics Center on a major thoroughfare where endless drive-by traffic would have been free advertising for her new gymnastic gym. Instead, she’s the latest of a host of sporting entrepreneurs who ...

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Energy efficiency institute helps manufacturers find savings (access required)

If nesting birds are adding their song to the sounds of work in your factory, chances are there are leaks that cost energy and money. Birdsong is one of the things that Boise State University professor John Gardner looks for ...

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CCDC ponies up nearly $10 million for Parcel B parking and public amenities (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. will invest $9.689 million in the Gardner Company’s estimated $54 million Parcel B project. The project includes a five-story office building and four-level parking garage on empty lots just beyond the ramps for The Connector. ...

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Starting gun fires for development at Ten Mile Road and I-84 (access required)

Boise-based Brighton Corp. and the Boise office of Gardner Co. plan to break ground this summer on the first 75 acres of 800 acres at the Ten Mile Road/I-84 interchange, considered the most expansive, undeveloped, urban freeway interchange acreage between ...

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Oppenheimer Development looks to build retail/residential in downtown Idaho Falls (access required)

Boise-based Oppenheimer Development Corp. is negotiating with the Idaho Falls Redevelopment Agency to build a 38,000-square-foot mixed-use complex on a vacant lot at the gateway to the city’s downtown. Oppenheimer was the only respondent to a Feb. 7 request for ...

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