Flooring Systems Inc. is building a storefront at the corner of West Kearney Street and North Golden Avenue.
A senior living development is going up about half a mile east of the Menards store at Chestnut Expressway and U.S. Highway 65.
Innovative Dental’s second facility is planned on two stories just south of the Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital off of U.S. Highway 65.
As part of the $168 million bond issue voters approved in April 2019, Springfield Public Schools is developing an early childhood center near Carver Middle School.
Mid-America Safety & Environmental is building a training facility in north Springfield to accommodate its 30-40 classes per year.
The 41-unit affordable housing complex, dubbed Y Gardens, near Ozarks Technical Community College off Chestnut Expressway and National Avenue will be a mixed-use development with 2,000 square feet of available commercial space.
The McQueary Family Health Sciences Hall addition on the MSU campus calls for a 240-seat tiered classroom, a 75-seat tiered classroom, four offices, a lobby and student space, and custodial and mechanical rooms.
The expansion at Sunshine Elementary School features four new classrooms, a storm-shelter gym, a new kitchen and front entry.
The senior housing complex is designed with 51 independent living units, 50 assisted living beds and 20 memory care beds.
Near Republic High School, a 19-acre golf driving range is going up.
Warren Davis Properties is building a freestanding addition to the already 1.35 million-square-foot manufacturing and warehousing hub.
A giant octopus will soon be prominent along Branson’s 76 Strip as part of the developing Aquarium at the Boardwalk.
The Kitchen adds a $3 million building to its O’Reilly Family Campus.
A three-story, climate-controlled storage facility is underway along U.S. Highway 65, north of Greenlawn Funeral Home East and Springfield Catholic High School.
Construction is wrapping up on a Domino’s restaurant slated to open by Dec. 27.
Mexican eatery Taco Habitat has popped up quickly in the Glenstone Marketplace.
An indoor amusement park designed as an upside-down house is expected to be completed this spring in Branson.
Mid-Missouri Bank is building a three-story headquarters with a rooftop terrace just 100 yards south of its current operations center.
A retail center is nearing completion where a former credit union building was razed earlier this year.
SBJ compiles news on the respiratory virus outbreak.
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