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The project includes new turf fields and stadium enhancements.
Curtis Marshall writes in support of the Galloway ballot measure.
Valhalla Island Resort is targeted for completion within two years.
Springfield Contractors Association's Megan Short: "Flexibility and communication can ensure a project is set up for success and stays on course."
Husch Blackwell's Laura Robinson and Brent Meyer: "If you want to build in this market, all parties need to engage in creative risk-sharing mechanisms to get projects done."
Attorney Stephen F. Aton: "While you have a right to a jury trial, you may wish to consider whether your goals would be better met by the arbitration process."
SBJ interviews O’Reilly Build LLC's partner and director of construction.
A diverse trio of projects are finalists for the Springfield Contractors Association’s Design Team of the Year award.
The west-side medical facility is slated for completion in fall 2023.
County clerk discourages sign defacements in lead-up to Nov. 8 election.
The local chamber is among organizations and individuals that have contributed funds to Springfield United.
Chair John Goodman says "thousands and thousands of small gifts” were key.
Classes will begin in January at the university’s 67,348-square-foot building.
The second phase of Logan Heights Apartments consists of a trio of three-story buildings with 24 apartment units in each for a total of 72.
The Valor Center and Randy Rowden Training Facility will support athletic programs at the university.
Demolition of abandoned homes is underway, though theme park officials have no current plans for the land.
A mix of 60 studios and one-bedroom units will make up Park57 Lofts, a three-story apartment building now rising at the intersection of Anabranch Boulevard and Battlefield Road in southwest Springfield.
Residents turn out in force at tent on site of demolished home, though the developers were absent from the public hearing.
The plans include a student employee housing project.
The school's governing board is scheduled to vote on the project Oct. 28.
SBJ interviews the interim dean at the William H. Darr College of Agriculture at Missouri State University.