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Construction data show drop in Boise, state (access required)

Building statistics are down by double digits in Boise and around Idaho, reflecting continued economic sluggishness and a lack of new jobs.The Boise City Construction Report for May showed a 36 percent drop in total construction value for the first ...

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Zions Bank to open second Boise branch (access required)

Salt Lake City-based Zions Bank plans to open its second Boise branch Aug. 13 at Cole Road and Fairview Avenue – a relocation of the bank’s branch at Emerald and Milwaukee streets. The 4,200-square-foot building, a remodel of a former ...

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Hubble Engineering to quit outside consulting (access required)

Hubble Engineering plans to phase out its outside consulting work and focus solely on projects in which its parent, housing developer Hubble Group, has an ownership interest.About seven employees will be laid off or reassigned within Hubble Group, spokesman Wayne ...

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Elam & Burke law firm to move nearer courthouse (access required)

Elam & Burke P.A. plans next month to move to new office space near the new Ada County Courthouse.The Boise law firm recently leased 12,000 square feet on the third floor of a building known as One Front Street, on ...

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Boise consultant offers development expertise (access required)

Construction consultant Conger Management Group helps property owners jump through all the hoops required to bring development plans to life.The firm offers government agency mediation, site layout assessments and feasibility analyses, and helps develop budgets and timelines, according to firm ...

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Scott Hedrick Construction serves range of clients (access required)

Repeat customers and large private projects have helped Scott Hedrick Construction Inc., Boise, pick up the slack left by dwindling demand for public works projects.Cutbacks have translated to a major slowdown in public-works bidding, said Scott Hedrick, company president.“If you’re ...

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Low-income housing demand seen rising (access required)

The Idaho Housing and Finance Association, which funds affordable housing, sees demand picking up in comparison to last year’s slow start.“The business for IHFA is up quite a bit for the calendar year, and we’re very pleased with that,” said ...

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Downtown Boise mixed-use project moves forward (access required)

Developer Bill Clark has secured financing for a $7 million retail, office and residential structure long planned on the Veltex site at Fifth and Main streets in downtown Boise.Clark said construction is expected to begin in September on a five-story, ...

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Meadow Gold Dairies to revamp, expand Boise plant (access required)

Meadow Gold Dairies plans to upgrade and expand its downtown Boise milk-processing plant beginning late next year, with completion slated for 2007.According to a master plan application filed with the City of Boise, Meadow Gold plans facility upgrades, streetscape improvements ...

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More retail planned near Caldwell's Wal-Mart (access required)

More retail stores are planned in front of the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Caldwell.Eagle-based builder Renny Wylie said he is in the process of acquiring 19 acres on the east side of the entrance to the Wal-Mart store, on the Nampa-Caldwell ...

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