FNB’s new branch in Boulder loaded with ‘green’ features

By Doug Storum BOULDER — Fort Collins-based First National Bank on Friday said it will open its third branch in Boulder on Tuesday, Feb. 27. The bank has renovated a 40-year-old property at 4770 Table Mesa Drive in South Boulder — previously occupied by a McDonalds and then a Vic’s Coffee shop — with green architectural features. The branch will be managed by Eric Eno, who has been the manager at FNB’s branch in Westminster. The branch in Boulder will employ seven workers. “Opening a new branch is always important to us, but this location has such special significance due to its many green architectural features,” Mark Driscoll, FNB’s Colorado market president, said in a prepared statement.… Read more

Women of Distinction nomination deadline extended to Feb. 28

By BizWest Staff The deadline for BizWest’s Women of Distinction awards program has been extended to Feb. 28. Each year, BizWest recognizes 10 Northern Colorado women and an outstanding mentor who have achieved significant accomplishments in business, philanthropy or government service. This year’s awards breakfast will be April 18 at the Embassy Suites hotel in east Loveland. To be eligible, a candidate: Must live and work in Northern Colorado: Larimer or Weld counties. May be nominated for only one award in any one year. Candidates who were not honorees in a previous year may be re-nominated in 2018.… Continue Reading...

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By Doug Storum Fort Collins-based First National Bank plans to open its third branch in Boulder on Tuesday, Feb. 27. The branch is at 4770 Table Mesa Drive in South Boulder. BizWest/Doug Storum. The post fnbtablemesa.feb16 appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Apartments planned for Creekside Business Park in Longmont

By Doug Storum LONGMONT — Loveland-based McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc. has submitted plans to construct the Creekside Silo Apartments at 2175 Pike Road in southeast Longmont. As proposed, the apartment complex will be in the Creekside Business Park and consist of 208 apartments ranging in size from 560-square-foot studios to 1,250-square-foot three-bedroom units. It also will have 10, 1,400-square-foot townhomes. All will be for rent, according to documents submitted to the Longmont Planning Department. The apartments will front Pike Road, while the townhomes will be on the north side of Left Hand Creek.… Continue Reading...

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Tennessee firm acquires Midwest Truck Parts and Service

By Doug Storum GREELEY — Tennessee-based TruckPro LLC on Thursday said it has acquired the assets of Midwest Truck Parts and Service of Denver and Greeley. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. TruckPro is a distributor of heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, and it has about 150 stores nationwide. Midwest Truck Parts and Service has been in business since 1965 and is a provider of after-market truck parts and service. The company was owned by Howard Siegel, Robin Dow and Larry Martel. It operates stores at 237 22nd St.… Continue Reading...

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Advanced Energy sues former execs of Trek Inc.

By BizWest Staff FORT COLLINS – Advanced Energy Industries in Fort Collins has filed a lawsuit against three former executives of New York-based Trek Inc., an electronics company that Advanced Energy Industries acquired for $12 million in February of this year. The Buffalo News reports that Advanced Energy is accusing Trek’s former president, Michael D. Dehn of East Amherst; the former sales and customer service manager, Brian L. Carmer of Somerset; and a former senior electronic engineer, Peter McAnn of Medina of planning to form their own company to compete with Trek, breaching their contracts and confidentiality agreements.… Continue Reading...

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