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From the Ground Up: MSU Taylor Health and Wellness Center

The health clinic on Missouri State University’s campus is being replaced with a new building opening in early 2018.

Collaboration was prominent Nov. 9 at the 33rd annual Salute to Design and Construction Awards.

Idaho Falls-based Sunterra Springs is building its first rehabilitation center in Springfield, but its second in Missouri.

Springfield Contractors Association will host its 33rd annual banquet.

Construction crews are hard at work across the Ozarks.

A modification of the Missouri Revised Statutes changes the way public entities and construction companies do business.

Housing Plus relies on incentives for low-income housing, but a state review has the company in a holding pattern.

A company spokesman says its two planned Springfield locations should open next year.

The college is bringing on new property transferred from the city of Hollister.

Plaza Tire Service plans to open its third Springfield store before the end of the year.

Columbus, Kansas-based Crossland Construction Co. Inc. added a Springfield office; O’Reilly Cos. moved into shared offices; and WellCare Health Plans Inc. opened an office downtown.

A Springfield tiny homes community is nearly halfway to its $2.4 million fundraising goal.

Officials present the biennial report before a crowd at the Springfield Art Museum.

The 61-room hotel is expected to be complete less than a year after officials broke ground in The Vineyard, a development by Thane Kifer near Southwest Baptist University.

The administrative delay pauses the processing of redevelopment plans while the city creates stronger blight and tax abatement guidelines.

The engineering firms are planning a mid-May move within Chesterfield Village.

The college is seeking $6.6 million to make facility improvements and raise its student cap.

Chris Straw, who’s led the department since 2010, plans to work his last day in January.

The city will create a workable plan related to incentives for blighted properties.

Maxon’s Diamond Merchants owners Rick and Jane McElvaine in January plan to relocate from the Brentwood Center to a new building.

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