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New projects attack shortage of assisted-living space. Village at Skyline Pines in Rapid City, SD

Along with much-needed assisted-living and memory-care space, Skyline Pines is expected to provide full-time jobs for between 60 and 70 employees. Chief…

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Chief Construction Welcomes New Experience to its Team

Chief Construction, a subsidiary of Chief Industries, Inc. and one of the premier construction companies in the Midwest, welcomes a new maintenance mechanic,…

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DREAM IT. DO IT. Northwest High School students learn about Grand Island’s career opportunities

At Chief Construction, Dubas’ students learned firsthand about careers at Chief Industries, which has more than 500 different job descriptions among the…

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Chief Construction Expands Team with New Project Superintendents

Chief Construction, one of the premier construction companies in the Midwest, recently expanded its project superintendent team by welcoming Marc Fredericks…

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Chief Construction Grows with Market Demand and Needs

Chief Construction, one of the premier construction companies in the Midwest, welcomes three new team members: Beth Frerichs as sales and marketing associate,…

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G.I. EDC recognizes TOBA Inc. as 2015 Business of the Year

TOBA Inc., the holding company for The Thompson Company, Midwest Nebraska Restaurant Supply, and, has been named the 2015 Business of the…

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Chief Construction helping to reshape Grand Island at Northwest Commons

Chief Construction has reached a milestone in transforming the former Grand Island Mall into the new Northwest Commons. Grand Island developer Ray O’Connor…

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Marshall Engines expanding with $7.9M building on Cherry Avenue

Continued growth at Marshall Engines has the company constructing a nearly $8 million facility in southeast Kearney. “We’re just out of room,” owner Norris…

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Downtown Sports Tech Firm to Build Headquarters on Canopy St.

Earlier this Spring, Hudl staff and city leaders gathered in the West Haymarket to announce the firm’s plans to build a headquarters on Canopy Street.…

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