Similar facilities could be on the way for the Springfield nonprofit.
Separate sidewalk and sewer projects brought little bidder interest.
A youth behavioral crisis center and long-term youth residential facility are in the works near Perimeter Behavioral Hospital.
Pickleball Warehouse has seven courts in the city southwest of Springfield.
John Beuerlein and his wife, Crystal Beuerlein, are donors to the school's Fortify the Future initiative.
The decision to bring on the architecture firm awaits board approval this week.
Local franchisees for Burn Boot Camp target a soft opening on Saturday.
Plans for the Finley Ridge apartment complex in the growing community of Ozark call for four buildings, four stories apiece, with 48 units each for a total of 192, as well as a 1,500-square-foot shared community and fitness room.
Although it’s been five years since a partial repeal of the state’s prevailing wage law was signed into law, frustration in the construction industry over the formula used to calculate it persists.
Owner transitions mobile biz with a planned Sept. 18 launch on West Chestnut Expressway.
Neighborhood teams can earn reimbursement of up to $2,500 each for exterior improvements.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is held for the family medicine and obstetrics facility.
Board that unanimously approved the controversial site votes 7-0 to scrap the plan.
Construction is expected to start in early 2024 after projects this fall make way for the work.
Welcome to Springfield Business Journal’s summer 2023 project report, featuring 22 active construction projects submitted by the contractors performing the work.
An addition and 70,000-square-foot renovation project will expand the early childhood development program housed in the Reeds Spring Primary School building while upgrading the overall facility.
Community center receives new business ventures and renovations.
Missouri State University's Richard Gebken: "Ultimately, the interdependent relationship between industry and academia must continue to evolve as we move toward a workforce for the future."
Springfield Contractors Association Executive Director Megan Herzog: "The construction industry has immense potential for workers to move into leadership positions quickly if they are willing to put in the effort and develop communication skills and have an interest in helping and mentoring others."
Art Zone LLC, Launch Virtual Learning Center and The Permit Shop relocated.