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Griffis/Blessing has experienced at least 50% growth in every aspect of its business in the last year. The 11-year-old firm has closed, or will close by the end of the year, several multi-million dollar deals that will increase the value of its multifamily portfolio to more than $135 million. The addition of four shopping centers… Continue Reading Griffis/Blessing acquires property, continues to grow

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Power station slated to break ground

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<H2><I>Construction will begin next year on the Southwest Electric Service Center</I></H2><B>By KAREN SUCHARSKI</B> <FONT SIZE=-1><I>Staff Reporter</I></FONT> The Electric Division of the Utility Department will be building 146,000 square feet of new operations buildings near Hancock and Union boulevards for an estimated cost of $22 million. The Utility Department has purchased 44 acres, 35 from Spring… Continue Reading Power station slated to break ground

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Impressions West bought

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Ownership and operation of the westside printing firm, Impressions West, was assumed last month by Jerome Nixon. The company offers in-house graphic design, desktop publishing, corporate imaging, full-service and quick printing, and specialty advertising products. Established in 1987, Impressions West employs 10 full-time staff. Nixon, a native of Illinois, came to Colorado Springs via the… Continue Reading Impressions West bought

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Philips introduces tape library

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Philips LMS, a Colorado Springs-based firm, has recently introduced a product that is destined to reinvent the rules of tape automation and the way in which manufacturers deliver technology with the introduction of the BlackJack 21 automated tape library. The entry-level library innovation, designed for office automation, allows full function to tape life at an… Continue Reading Philips introduces tape library

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Learning to earn simplified

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A company recently formed in Colorado Springs, named Learn2 International, has introduced a product named Learn2Earn. And Joe D’Altia, the company’s CEO and president, promises the software will change the way the world learns — and ultimately earns. Just introduced at a recent trade fair, customers flocked to sign up to buy the product after… Continue Reading Learning to earn simplified

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Securing high-tech products is big business

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As more high-tech companies become concerned about the security of their products, a growing trend is the reliance on protection of their commercial information services. Money magazine recently forecast the field of information protection systems will be one of the fastest growing fields well into the millennium. Trident Data Systems, a Los Angeles-based firm with… Continue Reading Securing high-tech products is big business

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FCC is in speculative mode

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FCC Construction Inc. owners Link Jackson and David Phillips have financed their own speculative building projects under the limited partnership of Cherokee Equities. The 1½-year-old partnership purchased 9.5 acres developed into five lots in the Pikes Peak Research Park, located on Mark Dabling Boulevard between the Rockrimmon and Garden of the Gods exits. It plans… Continue Reading FCC is in speculative mode

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High technology is focus of symposium

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The second annual Celebrate Technology Week, Oct. 21-26, will advance to the next level this year as High Technology-The Next Generation is added to the festivities. The one-day symposium Oct. 25 at the Red Lion hotel will culminate with a speech by Nicholas Negroponte, founder and director of the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute… Continue Reading High technology is focus of symposium

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NetLYNX sold to local firm

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NetLYNX Internet Services has been bought by Fate Technologies, a Colorado Springs-based web-site developer. NetLYNX was formerly part of Sisna Internet Service Exchange Inc. Fate bought the Internet provider to increase its services to customers. The joined company now employs eight people and will add four by the end of 1996. It also has hired… Continue Reading NetLYNX sold to local firm

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SPT increases production

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Signal Processing Technologies has spent approximately $1.7 million to increase production of its high-end specialty integrated circuits at its Colorado Springs plant. SPT purchased $1.5 million in manufacturing equipment in the last three months, including a $1 million tester from Hewlett Packard, one of the SPT’s customers. SPT supplies HP with components for its test… Continue Reading SPT increases production

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