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Parker Technical Education gives students the feel of the industry (access required)

The Parker Technical Education Center building on the North Idaho College Career and Technical Education site has been a long time coming, but it is expected to fill the needs of both students and industry for years to come. “I’ve ...

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A building boom at Brigham Young campus in Rexburg

With its student body size more than doubling since fall 2007, Brigham Young University – Idaho, in Rexburg, has been working to expand its campus footprint to match, with a series of six major projects constructed since 2010. Student enrollment ...

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ICOM seeks to build ‘medical school of the future’

Construction of what is intended to be Idaho’s first medical school is on budget and three weeks ahead of schedule, now with a planned completion data of sometime in May 2018. “It could not be going better,” said Robert Hasty, ...

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School financing and the supermajority requirement

The financing of public school buildings has been a topic of interest since the early days of Idaho statehood, owing largely to the requirement imposed at that time by the Idaho Constitution that public debt payable from property taxes requires ...

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Boise State’s Fine Arts will reside in a showcase structure on Capitol Boulevard (access required)

Construction has been underway since May on the striking new Boise State University fine arts building, a structure that will consolidate all Department of Art programs along Capitol Boulevard. LCA Architects of Boise designed two contrasting buildings, one blue, one ...

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Future Public School aims for 2018 opening

Constructing and financing a building are among the most challenging parts of starting up a new charter school in Idaho, but the Future Public School in Garden City hopes to close on its financing agreement by November 1 so it ...

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