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August 20, 2014 – Daily Camera – Boulder tossed one of its hometown businesses a little beer money Tuesday.
Boulder’s city manager approved rebate incentives of up to $90,000 for Avery Brewing Co., a homegrown craft brewery that is building a $27.4 million brewery, tap room and restaurant in Gunbarrel.
August 20, 2014 – Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. – Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. broke ground on a new clean room at the company’s Boulder facility Wednesday to support completion of the Geostationary Environment Monitoring Spectrometer (GEMS) for the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) under the National Institute of Environmental Research in the Ministry of Environment of South Korea.
The new facility allows engineers from Ball and KARI, who have been working on the GEMS program in Boulder since October 2013, to jointly conduct the assembly, integration and test activities required to complete the GEMS instrument.
August 20, 2014 – Daily Camera – Boulder Community Health plans to move its Boulder Center for Sports Medicine operations to the new high-performance athletic center being developed as part of the University of Colorado Athletic Department’s $156 million facilities expansion, officials announced Wednesday.
The staff of the sports medicine center, which operates at BCH’s Mapleton Center at 311 Mapleton Ave., will work jointly with staff members of CU Sports Medicine Boulder, which also will relocate to the 25,000-square-foot center, officials said.
August 15, 2014 – INNOVATIONEWS – BiOptix announced it received an additional $1.4 million in financing from existing investors that will be used to expand sales and marketing and ramp up manufacturing to meet growing customer demand.
“This latest increase in capital shows that our investors are confident in our plan and our team, and that BiOptix is on a solid path to commercial success,” said Rick Whitcomb, company president and CEO.
August 15, 2014 – Denver Business Journal – Three mayors, a state legislator and the leader of a nonprofit all came together Friday at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s annual State of the City event to discuss a law that has been on the lips and minds of many in the real estate community: the construction defects law.