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A word with Tyler Schram, an up-and-coming architect  (access required)

The future of sustainability and architecture is in the hands of passionate young people with creative ideas. Tyler Schram is one of those people. For him, it boils down to building communities that not only connect people, but also promote ...

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A Word With Sean Brawner and Samuel Haack, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (access required)

As Idaho continues to grow in population and developments, Teton Valley is joining the ranks of booming areas. Sean Brawner, associate broke, and Samuel Haack, sales associate, with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (Brokers of Jackson Hole Real Estate), have been busy ...

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A word with Colliers’ Devin Ogden on Idaho’s industrial real estate market (access required)

It’s no secret Idaho’s real estate market is hot, and that includes industrial space. Devin Ogden, who specializes in industrial brokerage services, offered insights earlier in February, at the BOMA Idaho commercial real estate symposium. This Q&A, edited for length ...

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A word with Thomas Coleman — KB Home Idaho division president  (access required)

After starting and running area home builder business Coleman Homes from 2008 to 2017 — when it was sold to Toll Brothers — Thomas Coleman has recently been hired for his new leadership role with KB Home, where he will ...

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A Word with Quinn Stufflebeam

A family-run business for more than 115 years, Idaho-based First American Title Company (not to be confused with First American Title Insurance Company out of California) operates as three subsidiaries — in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming — under the umbrella ...

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A Word with Diane Bevan, the Idaho Women’s Business Center (access required)

At the close of 2021, Idaho Business Review (IBR) connected with the Idaho Women’s Business Center (IWBC) executive director, Diane Bevan, to hear her take on the issues women and women-owned businesses in Idaho are facing today, what opportunities are available to them in 2022 and how IWBC and its programs can ...

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A Word with Pat Kelly, Your Health Idaho (access required)

Affordable health care and insurance have long been talked about in Idaho, and Your Health Idaho has been a part of that conversation for years but has regained recent attention due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Your Health Idaho was established ...

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A Word with Wayne Hammon, Idaho Associated General Contractors  (access required)

As I mentioned in my previous article recapping some of the construction and development projects started or completed in 2021, the construction industry experienced some serious challenges last year. Through some major adversity — insane increases in commodity prices, dwindling inventory in supply chains and new COVID-19 requirements and precautions — projects managed to ...

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A word with INCAC directors Sonja Howerton & Amy McCormack 

Idaho Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers (INCAC) is a National Children’s Alliance (NCA) accredited 501 (c) (3) nonprofit funded primarily by NCA grants. Pending budget approval, Sonja Howerton, chapter director, and Amy McCormack, program director, have been meeting recently to ...

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A word with ITD retiring director Brian Ness 

Director Brian Ness joined the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) in 2009, traveling over 2,000 miles across the country from Michigan where he worked for 30 years at the Michigan Department of Transportation. He was familiar with Idaho, but did not ...

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