Dubbed Galloway Creek, the development will include a new restaurant by the Jalili family.
Today’s office spaces are about workflow and collaboration and offer a sense of identity, both to employees and clients.
Architecture and engineering firms were invited to submit projects showcasing their work.
Owner/developer: Rhoads Design & ConstructionGeneral contractor: Rhoads Design & ConstructionArchitect: Hood-Rich Inc.Engineers: Wilson Surveying Co. Inc., civil; Miller Engineering PC, …
Opening in 2018, the ride will feature spinning cars, a 10-story drop and a Zero-G roll.
Idaho Falls-based Sunterra Springs is building a 33,000-square-foot, 38-bed clinic at National Avenue and Weaver Road.
Take a look at local home prices, equity and mortgage delinquency rates.
Officials break ground on $6.4 million worth of projects on the MSU campus.
Planned developments include an apartment building, a hotel and a commercial development.
Maxon’s Diamond Merchants owners Rick and Jane McElvaine in January plan to relocate from the Brentwood Center to a new building.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking & finance, education, food & beverage, government, health care and nonprofit.
A modification of the Missouri Revised Statutes changes the way public entities and construction companies do business.
The move to block tax credits takes local developers by surprise.
Springfield Contractors Association will host its 33rd annual banquet.
The city will create a workable plan related to incentives for blighted properties.
Stepping into her role as Springfield Contractors Association’s new executive director, Megan Short has a bird’s-eye view of construction in the Queen City.
Idaho Falls-based Sunterra Springs is building its first rehabilitation center in Springfield, but its second in Missouri.
Scott Swope consolidated two smaller locations of his Swope Automotive; Buxton Kubik Dodd Inc. moved; and Sean Brownfield opened a satellite location of his Dapper old-fashioned barber shop.
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"We all want to build something, we all want to do something fun," says Tez Ward, a financial adviser with Morgan Stanley. "But then once it's built, we set it to the side and move on." Ward says the …