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In a two-phase project with new construction and a renovation, Calvary Chapel Springfield is working on a new location at an industrial building that was formerly home to Saco Petroleum Inc.

A hotel and restaurant are being pursued, Darrel Wilson says at SBJ 12 People event.

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

A grand opening is scheduled Nov. 30 at 17 Greencove Lane.

Steve Childers is tapped to lead the Department of Planning and Development.

Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Co. is at work on a canning line and manufacturing facility, expected to be completed in April 2024 as the first phase of a two-part project.

The project includes a new building at the Darr Agricultural Center along South Kansas Expressway.

DRS Contracting is among five Midwest home renovation companies that agree to pay fines for alleged violations of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act.

The restaurant is the second in the area from franchisees James and Lisa Tillman.

Compatio and ConGenius are among companies statewide sharing in a $2.4 million investment pool.

Samantha Payne joins Springfield's government as development project facilitator.

The 53,000-square-foot travel center is located at Interstate 44 and Mulroy Road.

The headquarters now under construction for 27North, an automotive manufacturer specializing in custom luxury expedition vehicles, is intended to be the site of most of the company’s manufacturing.

New interchange area ready for retail, industry and housing after infrastructure investments.

Salute to Design and Construction Awards also presents lifetime, design and industry honors.

SPX Cooling Tech aims to open by April 2024.

Wolf Pack Park calls for walking and biking trails, as well as multiple sports features.

Salute to Design and Construction Awards also presents lifetime, design and industry honors. 

Upper-midscale hotel rooms are needed in both Webster County cities, according to report completed for Webster County Commission.

Custom Creations Landscaping & Lawn's Kevin Runyon: "As we navigate Springfield’s dynamic construction sector, it’s clear that landscaping is more than just an add-on."

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