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Ground broken on new St. Luke’s facility Idaho Business Review St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center broke ground Sept. 13 on a new community health facility. The new facility will be in Eagle at the intersection of Highway 44 and Old ...

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Bid Briefs (access required)

Third-floor renovations to Frazier Hall are planned at Idaho State University in Pocatello. Plans are available from Jerry Myers, Myers Anderson Architects AIA, 101 N. Main St., Pocatello, Idaho 83204-3112. A bid opening is scheduled for 10 a.m. Sept. 26. ...

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Contracts Awarded (access required)

Guho Corp., Eagle, was awarded a contract to renovate the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired facility at 341 W. Washington St., Boise. Cost estimate: $3,879,544. H A Andersen Construction, Boise, was awarded a contract for the Mesa ...

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Business Briefs (access required)

Sage Resources awarded Sage Community Resources received a 2006 Innovation Award at the annual conference of the National Association of Development Organizations. The conference was in Reno, Nev., Aug. 26-29. Sage received the award for the formation of the Reuse ...

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Round Up (access required)

Four Day Furniture leased 12,905 square feet at 10321 W. Fairview Ave., Boise. Move-in is anticipated Nov. 15. Bob Mitchell of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant and Rick Smith of DBSI Discovery represented the property owner. ...

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Business Calendar (access required)

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 Intermountain Venture Forum, Sept. 26-27, Boise Centre on the Grove. Keynote speaker: Steve Appleton, chairman, CEO and president of Micron Technology. The forum connects the region’s most promising companies and the West’s top investors. For more information ...

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Mixed reaction by builders on “takings” initiative (access required)

Proposition 2 could make the planning process more fair for developers, who pay for land based on how it can be used, developer Ron Van Auker said. They lose their investment if uses are restricted, he said. “(Developers) definitely should ...

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