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PPCC receives fabrication equipment

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Symbios Logic Inc., a Colorado-based company focusing on developing technology partnerships with its customers and vendors, has outfitted Pikes Peak Community College with fabrication equipment to use in their new IC Fabrication Institute. The institute was developed by the college to educate technicians in fab procedures and processes, preparing them for work in the fast… Continue Reading PPCC receives fabrication equipment

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Auto Tech Plaza grows again

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Auto Tech Plaza opened its sixth garage late last month in response to continued growth in the Pikes Peak Region, according to Sam Leeter, founder of the company. The new garage, located at 304 Manitou Ave., is the second to be purchased by the company and its affiliate-owners. The sale price was not available. The… Continue Reading Auto Tech Plaza grows again

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Springs companies receive capital

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Three Colorado Springs-based companies shared in the more than $39 million in venture capital that flowed to 14 Colorado companies in the third quarter, according to the Price Waterhouse Venture Capital Survey. Array Microsystems topped the funding, receiving $3 million from Boston-based Needham Capital Partners and other undisclosed firms as a follow-on investment in the… Continue Reading Springs companies receive capital

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Hotel and motel construction booms

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Hotel and motel construction is up tremendously in the Colorado Springs area, with industry sources offering differing opinions on the potential surplus of rooms. In the recent past, visitors to the Pikes Peak Region have been forced to travel to neighboring towns such as Woodland Park to find a room at the inn. This year,… Continue Reading Hotel and motel construction booms

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New arrivals create 473 jobs

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The Greater Colorado Springs Economic Development Corp. welcomed eight companies at a reception at The Broadmoor hotel earlier this week. The companies will be responsible for creating 473 jobs by year-end and approximately 2,665 jobs by the year 2000. So far this year, the EDC has announced the relocation and expansion of 4,113 jobs, leading… Continue Reading New arrivals create 473 jobs

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North end draws assisted living facility

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Alternative Living Services, based in Brookfield, Wis., is building a $5.2 million, 53,973-square-foot, 69-unit, assisted living center at 2780 Vickers Drive. Crossings at Colorado Springs will be a three-story center built on 4.5 acres. It will offer studio apartments as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments with various levels of service. The rental rates, which… Continue Reading North end draws assisted living facility

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Denver Business College moves

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Denver Business College Inc. recently purchased the 20,000-square-foot office building at 6050 Erin Park Drive for $1.06 million. Kevin McCabe, of Axis Commercial Realty Inc. who represented the buyer in the sales transaction, said City College will occupy half of the building. The existing tenants will remain, leaving Denver Business College 2,700 square feet available… Continue Reading Denver Business College moves

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PB&T opens downtown

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Pueblo Bank & Trust will open a downtown branch Dec. 10, which will be located in the old Bank Western Building at 101 N. Cascade Ave. The bank, which has one location in Colorado Springs at 1515 N. Academy Blvd., has been in the remodeling and defining phases for its new branch for several months.… Continue Reading PB&T opens downtown

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University lands $7 million gift

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Synopsys Inc., a Denver-based developer and marketer of high-tech systems, has awarded the CU-Colorado Springs Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering a gift that includes several components to aid in the students’ research and studies. The gift is in response to the many Colorado companies that have expressed interest in Synopsys-trained employees from various institutions… Continue Reading University lands $7 million gift

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Manufacturer sees growth

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LaserPro II, a Colorado Springs company that opened its doors in 1992, has experienced tremendous growth in volume and will be relocating to 5745 Industrial Plaza. The company, which specializes in the manufacturing of toner cartridges that are pre-tested in a compatible printer to which consumers utilize, has grown from one client more than 500,… Continue Reading Manufacturer sees growth

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