This past week at our State of the Company event, ESI Construction gathered to reminisce on all we have accomplished, and eagerly anticipate our goals for 2020.
This past month, ESI hosted company parties in both Boise, the home of ESI’s corporate headquarters, and Portland, a regional office location of ESI. The parties honor ESI’s purpose that Everyone Succeeds Together, acknowledging that we only succeed as a company with every single employee fulfilling their role on every job, every day.
ESI was featured in an article by the Idaho Statesman, highlighting some of our recent projects throughout the greater Boise area. In their words: “ESI built many of the Treasure Valley’s most recognizable buildings. Those include Eighth & Main and the Inn at 500 Capitol in Downtown Boise, the Micron College of Business and Economics at Boise State University, and the Scentsy headquarters in Meridian.”
On the day before our concrete team poured the 2000 cubic yards of concrete for 5th and Idaho’s parking garage slab, our drone photographer was there to capture the complexity of the post-tensioned slab preparation.
In 2018, Idaho will take a huge step forward in the future of healthcare in the state. The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, the state’s first medical college, will open with a mission to “train osteopathic physicians prepared for caring for persons in Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and beyond.” ESI was selected as the CM/GC for this new 94,000-square-foot higher education building that will include patient and simulation labs, an OMM lab, library, study spaces, open lobby, student lounge plus administration and faculty office and related building support areas.
ESI celebrated a major milestone on BSU’s new Center for Fine Arts by topping out the building with the final steel beam this week. The 90,000 square-foot, five-story project will be completed in 2019, and the building will house artist studios, gallery spaces, work spaces, and classrooms.