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From the Ground Up: F and H Food Equipment Co.

As F and H Food Equipment prepares to enter its 60th year in business, crews are nearing the finish of a new distribution center and headquarters in north Springfield.

Branson chamber officials say they are developing a new face of the business community.

Originally targeting a September opening, local First Watch franchisees say they’re now on pace to open the breakfast and lunch cafe early next year.

Officials say by year’s end the DoubleTree by Hilton plans to open its convention center expansion.

C. Arch Bay Co. is growing its multifamily residential portfolio with a two-building, 16-unit complex across National Avenue from Mercy Hospital Springfield.

The Harrison 610 ownership group led by Brandon Dickman of Roza Homes LLC and Roza Capital Group earned a 10-year city tax abatement on this four-story, 17-unit apartment complex.

Crews earlier this year cleared a wooded lot to make way for the third building in Magers Crossing.

Three years after opening Hotel Vandivort downtown, the McQueary brothers are adding a second boutique property adjacent to the first.

With an aim to increase its diesel technician graduates, OTC is adding on to its Industry and Transportation Technology Center on the east side of the Springfield campus.

On 4 acres along the South Creek Greenway Trail, development companies TLC Properties Inc. and Miller Commerce LLC are partnering to build 100 rental units.

A new headquarters is central to an identity and cultural shift.

On property that formerly housed general contractor MoDoCo Inc., its owner Morris Dock is building a retail and restaurant development.

LifePoint Church, led by founding pastor Lane Harrison, is expanding its building with new classrooms, offices, a lobby and multipurpose room.

Mercy officials and construction crews broke ground a year ago for the project.

On about 14 acres just outside Partnership Industrial Center West, Kuat Innovations LLC is building a corporate office and warehouse.

The Ozark jewelry store is doubling in size and renovating its showroom.

Domino’s franchisees Art Hurteau and Marty Prather are building a four-unit strip center to house their first new store in the direct Springfield market in over 20 years.

O’Reilly Development Co. is building a continuum-of-care community with 83 independent living units, 46 in assisting living and 16 in a memory care division.

Jason Pullman and Jeff Hebble are opening their second Zaxby’s chicken restaurant.

Officials with real estate company Magers Management Co. have not yet named this mixed-use project near the campus of Missouri State University.

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