Matt Bower of Arvest Bank: Cash flow issues need to be controlled and addressed early in the process.
More than 100 years after a Willard quarry’s discovery, the Phenix Marble Co. is back in business.
Slow and steady wins the race, according to professionals in residential construction.
The building is designed as a sustainable and collaborative structure with solar panels on the roof, a rooftop meeting and social area, a test kitchen for work between chefs and culinary teams, and an in-house bike shop and coffee shop.
After operating at 3045 S. Scenic Ave., Ste. 100, for 10 years, Missouri Tile is expanding its showroom and warehouse by 6,000 square feet.
DanCo Cafe LLC is building the Queen City’s second south-side Newk’s on the former Balboa Bed Co. lot.
Springfield architecture firm H Design Group LLC is doubling its headquarters in a move two lots north of its current office.
Panera Bread franchisee Traditional Bakery Inc. plans to move its East Sunshine Street store in the Southern Hills Shopping Center, where it’s operated for 20 years.
The project is a complete renovation and adds 1,500 square feet at the library branch.
ATMS LLC, an accounting tax and management services company, is relocating from 2125 S. Brentwood Blvd.
Due to an aging building and limited square footage, the West Des Moines, Iowa-based chain is relocating and replacing a smaller store.
Arvest Bank’s first brick-and-mortar branch in Christian County is scheduled to open in January.
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