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Pinkard Construction opens local office

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Lakewood-based Pinkard Construction Co. has opened an office in the Bank One Building to better serve its growing list of customers in Colorado Springs. The office represents the first expansion the 35-year-old general contractor has undergone. Pinkard specializes in providing preconstruction and construction services specifically in the Rocky Mountain Region. Jim Mellor, director of business… Continue Reading Pinkard Construction opens local office

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Rockies Fund to build $5 million headquarters

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The Rockies Fund will venture into the arena of speculative office building after seeing a 63% appreciation of its 26,000-square-foot Northpark building, which it sold in March for $1.08 million. The fund bought five acres of land earlier this month on Woodmen Road, west of Lexington Dr., for $390,000. It will build two office buildings… Continue Reading Rockies Fund to build $5 million headquarters

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Recent Leading Edge graduates won’t be wearing caps and gowns to their April 29 graduation, but they will receive three hours of college credit for their work in the small business development training program. Jan Martin, of Martin Business Group, and Jamie Allen, owner of Ergometrics, served as the group of 27 students’ instructors for… Continue Reading "Leading Edge" gives graduates marketing, financial skills

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Construction Begins at Stratton Preserve

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With the carriage house complete and its first luxury home under construction, Stratton Preserve is taking shape. More than 90% of the luxury community’s infrastructure work is done, with some of its underground improvements benefiting the surrounding neighborhood. Completed first was the 1,200-square-foot carriage house located near the community’s gated entrance. The carriage house is… Continue Reading Construction Begins at Stratton Preserve

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Security Service offers 24-hour access

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Partly in response to the success of Security Service Federal Credit Union’s CompuBranch, the credit union announced that its Global Telephone Center will be taking calls 24 hours per day, seven days per week. “If a member is using CompuBranch at 3 a.m., we’ll be there to help them,” said Gayle Graham, vice president of… Continue Reading Security Service offers 24-hour access

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Although first quarter enplanments reflect the recent fall in passenger traffic at the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport, March figures establish another set of boardings records. March boardings were up 0.6% with 221,472 enplanements over March 1996’s 220,101 enplanments. Total passenger traffic also topped last year’s high with 440,918 travelers departing from or arriving at Colorado… Continue Reading Springs airport reports monthly boarding records

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Optika reports first quarter gains

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Optika Imaging Systems Inc. announced first quarter 1997 results earlier this week. Revenues were up 46% to more than $4.5 million, compared to $3.1 million in the first quarter 1996. Net income was up from $2,000 to $73,000 for the comparable quarters. “Our growth in the quarter was driven by several factors, including an outstanding… Continue Reading Optika reports first quarter gains

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Fountain drive-in developed

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Buoyed at the outset by record population growth in the Fountain area, Fountain Drive-In Partners last month closed on a 10.6 acre parcel of land for One Fountain Place, a retail development in the 5500 block of S. Highway 85/87. Site clearing operations are under way. The project will be a mix of retail and… Continue Reading Fountain drive-in developed

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R.V. firm's growth continues

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Adventures in R.V.’s has continued its growth spurt with the recent acquisition of a local competitor, Motorhome Rental, on April 1 and the pending purchase of Motorhome’s facilities on North Murray Boulevard. Adventures paid $25,000 for Motorhome’s business, including a roster of 14 privately-owned motorhomes, $100,000 worth of rental reservations for this summer, and taking… Continue Reading R.V. firm's growth continues

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Software Company New in Town

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Programmed Logic Corp. recently leased 4,700 square feet of office space at 5801 N. Union Blvd. Mitchell Miller, the company’s buffer developer at the headquarters in New Jersey, said the office was up and operational about a month ago. This is the second office for the software development company. “Colorado Springs had the people we… Continue Reading Software Company New in Town

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