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From the Ground Up: Backwoods Golf LLC

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.

Four tenants have signed on to the retail center at the northeast corner of Campbell Avenue and Sunshine Street.

Republic Ford Lincoln is adding a six-bay, heavy-duty service facility for large vehicles to its campus off U.S. Highway 60.

After months of delays, construction is moving along for an assisted living center at the Creekside at Elfindale.

Cox Medical Center Branson is adding a new central utility plant in a $12 million expansion project to its Branson hospital.

With offices in Neosho and Springfield, southwest Missouri general contractor Branco Enterprises Inc. is building a new office to serve the greater Springfield area.

SMC Packaging Group is consolidating some of its operations in the Springfield area through a multiphase, $18 million expansion to its Partnership Industrial Center plant.

Arkansas-based K-MAC Holdings Corp. is bringing another Taco Bell fast-food restaurant to the Queen City.

This summer, crews demolished two structures on a corner parcel adjacent to the west Springfield Menards store to make way for a Casey’s General Store.

West Des Moines, Iowa-based Kum & Go continues to rebuild its stores in the Springfield market.

With plans to begin holding classes next August, crews broke ground in February for OTC’s education center in Republic.

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