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   We've moved, but not far ...
Fall 2012
[photo: McClendon Directions] IN THIS ISSUE:
  • We've moved, but not far...
  • New address
  • Idaho's 2012 Top Projects: Idaho Business Review
  • Thank You: Ira Flatow of NPR's Science Friday
  • Famous Quote
  • Links
New Address:
1303 W. Fort Street
Boise, Idaho 83702
We are across the street from the old office and located on the south west corner of 13th and Fort Street. McClendon Engineering is upstairs, and parking is behind the building.
Thank You:

A very special thank you goes to Ira Flatow for coming to Boise and broadcasting his radio show live from Boise State. It was an honor to meet you as I am a huge fan of your show! You make science fun.

[photo: Ira Flatow]

IDAHO'S 2012 TOP PROJECTS: Idaho Business Review

[photo: McClendon Projects]12th & River Street Mercy Senior Housing:
(top photo)
#6 on IBR Top Projects List

New 53-unit affordable senior apartment located at 12th Street and Grand Avenue in the heart of Boise. The 60,270 square foot, three story, infill project is a wood and masonry framed structure with amenities including a large lobby space, enclosed parking, and private courtyard area. The project is anticipated to be the highest scoring LEED for Homes multi-family project in the state of Idaho.

Minidoka Memorial Hospital Renovation/Expansion:
(bottom REVIT model)
#9 on IBR Top Projects List

New 11,000 square foot addition and 12,000 square foot renovation located in Rupert, Idaho. The steel frame and masonry construction was designed to modernize the existing hospital and accommodate the population growth in the area. A new Emergency Department, Medical Imaging Department, Laboratory Department, exterior Mobile MRI staging area, and a Nurse’s Station were all part of the project.

“Can one think that because we are engineers, beauty does not preoccupy us or that we do not try to build beautiful, as well as solid and long lasting structures? Aren't the genuine functions of strength always in keeping with unwritten conditions of harmony? ... Besides, there is an attraction, a special charm in the colossal to which ordinary theories of art do not apply.”
— Gustave Eiffel
Structural Engineer for the world famous Eiffel Tower

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