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Nampa booming again with 4 new industrial sites (access required)

Any conversation about Nampa inherently involves the word “growth.” But a more accurate description of the city, particularly from the perspective of its industrial expansion, would warrant the term “exploding.” In September, the Nampa Development Corporation (NDC) announced it had ...

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Health care facilities follow industry regulations in infrastructure (access required)

Power County Hospital District is celebrating celebrate two milestones this year — its 60th anniversary, and the completion of a nearly four-year new construction and renovation project. The hospital’s entire infrastructure — individual patient rooms, exterior and interior structures, workflow, ...

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Changes made during pandemic influence hospital design (access required)

As we emerge from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, one sentiment persists: We’re entering a “new normal” that will lead to changes in our daily lives, including the design and development of hospitals and medical facilities. In the wake ...

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BNSF Railroad building replacement bridge over Lake Pend Oreille (access required)

The tug and barge for driving the piles for the new BNSF railroad bridge over Lake Pend Oreille at Sandpoint.

BNSF Railroad is building a bridge over Lake Pend Oreille at Sandpoint that will eliminate the one of the two remaining single-track sections on any of the nation’s transcontinental rail routes. “The project will cost roughly $100 million,” BNSF spokesperson ...

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Creating a business on corn mazes and pumpkin patches (access required)

Running an agritourism business takes a special kind of person. “We really do better talking to the cows than to other people,” laughed Laura Johnson, bureau chief for marketing and development at the Idaho State Department of Agriculture. “There are ...

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Boise finalizes creation of Bernadine Quinn Riverside Park (access required)

photo of quinn's pond construction

With COVID-19 giving all of us interaction-starved Idahoans a new appreciation for Boise’s parks, improvements to those parks are continuing apace despite the epidemic. “We didn’t slow down over here,” said Doug Holloway, director of parks and recreation for the ...

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Multifamily housing funding 101 (access required)

photo of the lake apartments

Looking to build multifamily housing? You’re in luck. There are more tools than ever before to finance multifamily construction, financial experts say. The sorts of tools available depend on the kind of multifamily project the developer wants to build. One ...

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