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From the Ground Up: Donco3

Commercial Builders General Contracting is constructing the infill portion of a new office and shop building for Donco3 Construction LLC, a family-owned concrete subcontracting company in Marshfield.

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Officials expect $6.5M Bolivar building to be ready by spring 2025.

The nonprofit is working on full funding for the facility in Springfield.

The $6.5M project in Bolivar is expected to wrap by spring 2025.

SBJ interviews the principal architect at Hood-Rich Inc.

These 27 projects were submitted by the professionals themselves, and they range from school and library expansions to soccer field accessibility upgrades to medical offices, banks and apartment complexes.

Located in Partnership Industrial Center West, across the street from Vital Farms Inc. and Tank Components LLC, the new Sho-Me Fabrication building will include roughly 4,000 square feet of offices with more than 15,000 square feet of fabrication shop space, according to project officials.

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Springfield also anticipates nearly $25M in funding for trail completion.

Officials expect $16M project to conclude by end of 2025.

Rogersville venture to lead with Willard’s to follow by early fall.

The multimillion-dollar facility serves around 700 campers, volunteers and staff.

Operations resume at the Harold K. Bengsch Building at the end of this month.

The low-interest loan is earmarked for upgrades to the city's wastewater treatment system.

A series of public meetings are being held this summer.

Together with announcement of trails grant, the bridge projects represent U.S. Department of Transportation funding of $27.7 million.

The east-side facility is expected to serve some 15,000 patients annually.

Oklahoma-based Imperial triples local footprint at operations center.

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