Quantcast
Home / News (page 2373) /

News

Boise painters primed for market upswing (access required)

Commercial and residential painting contractors are finding that the secret to their continued success lies in retaining repeat customers. Brian Mayer, a partner in Premier Painting, Boise with Dennis Valentine, said the company concentrates on commercial work, including many projects ...

Read More »

Developer says work on Boise Tower may resume (access required)

New construction work on the stalled Boise Tower project could begin this week if details of a pre-construction agreement with the city are accepted, developer Rick Peterson said last week. Peterson said he and others associated with the $60 million ...

Read More »

Nampa-based Hansen-Rice rolls out steel buildings (access required)

Contractors who can significantly shorten their supply paths can dramatically shorten their building schedules, especially when they can also field their own builders. Nampa-based general contractor Hansen-Rice, Inc., which specializes in construction of steel frame buildings for industrial, commercial and ...

Read More »

Longtime Boise attorney to relocate to Meridian (access required)

Longtime Boise-area attorney Ken Mallea plans to move into a new building early next year under construction in the Troutner Business Park on Franklin Road in Meridian, between Linder and Meridian roads. Mallea, a general practitioner in the Valley since ...

Read More »

Western Construction finishes $6.5M I-84 job (access required)

Completion of the 10-mile repaving project on Interstate 84 from Isaac’s Canyon to Mayfield Road last week signals the end of the Idaho Transportation Department’s major construction season and a better-than-average year for the paving industry, according to the project’s ...

Read More »

Meridian-based architect plans office in Rocky Mountain Business Park (access required)

Michael Falash, a Meridian-based architect and builder, plans to construct a two-story office building in Rocky Mountain Business Park in Eagle. The 14,000-square-foot Eagle Plaza would be built on a nearly one-acre site at the southeast corner of State Street ...

Read More »

Hubble Homes buys land in Emmett, Kuna for development (access required)

A $4.5 million commitment for initial land acquisition in Emmett is among several recent moves by Hubble Homes to significantly expand its inventory of homesites for development. Since early October, Hubble has committed to double the number of subdivisions it ...

Read More »

Crucial Technology meets upgrade demands (access required)

It’s become a more crucial part of Micron. Crucial Technology, a division of Micron Semiconductor Inc., markets memory upgrade products for computer devices. “Crucial fills a niche in the aftermarket where Micron did not have a presence previously,” said Mike ...

Read More »

Boise-area commercial real estate lenders face less demand (access required)

For players in commercial real estate financing, any gains in volume this year will be hard-won. Matching last year’s record high volumes is proving to be a challenge partly because construction of new buildings has slowed, several market participants in ...

Read More »

St. Luke’s remodels Meridian rehabilitation unit (access required)

St. Luke’s has started a $200,000-plus addition and remodel of its Idaho Elks Rehabilitation unit in Meridian, slated for completion in February. Julie Carmine, a St. Luke’s public relations officer, said last week that the work will add 883 square ...

Read More »