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Farm & City Supply to add 2 area stores (access required)

Caldwell-based Farm & City Supply plans this spring to add stores in Eagle and northeast Nampa.Construction began recently on a metal building of 13,000 square feet on Franklin Road south of the Idaho Center, Nampa, company owner Carl Woodburn said. ...

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Idaho firm lands contract for Chinese dwellings (access required)

A Meridian company has contracted with a Chinese firm to be a supplier for construction of 1,100 log homes near Beijing – planned as part of an “Olympia Villas” development for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.Precision Craft Log Structures, ...

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New building planned at garage site, vacant parcel (access required)

The Bannock Garage site and a vacant parcel at 13th and Myrtle streets have been advanced toward new commercial development by the Capital City Development Corp.A multi-story commercial building with parking garage is under consideration for the Bannock Garage site, ...

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Goodwood Barbecue plans 2nd Treasure Valley eatery (access required)

Goodwood Barbecue Co. plans its second Treasure Valley restaurant by late summer in the Crossroads Center at Fairview and Eagle roads in Meridian.Steve Cooper, president of Goodwood’s parent company, C-M Restaurant Corp., Boise, said a lease was being negotiated for ...

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Medical building under way in Rocky Mountain park (access required)

Construction of a 13,000-square-foot building for Rocky Mountain Medical Arts has begun in Eagle.The building, with medical office and clinic space, is expected to be open in May, said George Transtrum of construction manager Heartland Construction, Eagle. Heartland recently broke ...

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Norco to move Twin Falls medical supply store (access required)

Norco aims to move its Twin Falls medical supply store to new, larger quarters in May.Construction will start in early spring on a 7,500-square-foot building with showroom, warehouse and office space on Addison Avenue at Bracken Street, said Jim Kissler, ...

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Western Electronics becomes supply-chain mgmt. co. (access required)

Western Electronics wants to do more than contract manufacturing.The Meridian company, which anchors a building of 107,000 square feet on Overland Road just west of the Meridian Road interchange with Interstate 84, recently started becoming a complete “supply-chain management” company.New ...

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Materials-testing firm Positron banks on INEEL process (access required)

A new device for detecting weakening at the molecular level could virtually eliminate uncertainty about the durability of many critical construction and mechanical components, a Boise startup company says. The technology, developed at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratories ...

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Albertson's Inc. to remodel northwest Boise store (access required)

Albertson’s Inc. plans next month to begin remodeling the interior of its store at State Street and Gary Lane in northwest Boise. Fixtures will be replaced, and “we may make some changes in terms of services,” spokesperson Jeannette Duwe said. ...

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Development continues at Eagle River complex (access required)

A 150,000-square-foot retail center, two medical buildings, a bank branch and a municipal park are the newest projects planned in the Eagle River development. Developers of the 90-acre mixed-use project – on which infrastructure work is well under way – ...

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