A Hy-Vee grocery store on East Sunshine Street will join one existing location in Springfield on West Battlefield Road.
Missouri State University is collaborating with Springfield Public Schools to expand elementary agricultural educational programs with a new facility on the MSU Darr Agricultural Center campus.
The clinic represents the third CoxHealth urgent care in Springfield.
Drury University’s newest academic building will be home to the Breech School of Business Administration, the department of political science and international affairs, and other programs.
The site of a previous Solo-Mart at the corner of Division Street and National Avenue will be home to a new Dollar Tree store.
Ozarks Technical Community College is expanding its campus footprint with the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at the corner of National Avenue and Chestnut Expressway.
Another CoxHealth “super clinic” is underway in Republic, near the intersection of U.S. Highway 60 and State Highway M.
The Washington-based company is expanding its distribution center in Springfield.
Corwin Automotive Group is relocating its operations from two Sunshine Street locations to one dealership on about 15 developed acres on East Kearney Street near U.S. Highway 65.
Kum & Go is adding its 35th convenience store and gas station in the city.
Blue Iguana Car Wash is adding its third car wash in Springfield, following new construction last year on South Campbell Avenue.
Uniforms PRN owners Matt and Shonda Gravat are moving their East Battlefield Road store to a new building on Campbell Avenue near Sunset Street.
Metro Eats will host area food trucks daily and feature a food court with vendors, a multiday farmers market, monthly festivals and other outdoor activities.
A Firestone Complete Auto Care is on its way to the south side at the intersection of South Campbell Avenue and West Weaver Road.
The school is being built on the site of the former Berry Elementary School.
A new Ed V. Williams Elementary School is being built on the site where the school previously stood since 1930.
The financial institution is building an operations center with offices, conference rooms and training areas, and the site also will serve as its fourth full-service branch in Springfield.
The online retailer is constructing a large-scale distribution and fulfillment center in Republic, just south of James River Freeway.
The nonprofit is replacing its Springfield distribution center with a new building off of James River Freeway.
Delays push $4.5M renovation project into 2021.
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