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iYERP thanks Engineered Structures Inc. (ESI) and Harris Rebar for allowing us to responsibly recycle metal on the Identity Student Housing Project near Boise State University.

August 17th, 2017

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Photo:  ESI Mike Ambler, Crane Operator, operating the joy stick with Dustin Wright, Harris Rebar, assisting him.

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Note:  ESI, a Platinum Level Partner, is a diversified general contractor.  More: www.esiconstruction.com.

 

Wright Brothers, The Building Company, was invited to be guest of Jackie and “Action” Jackson at the Idaho Botanical Garden’s Great Garden Escape Concert featuring the Diamond Empire Band.

August 14th, 2017

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Photo (l – r):  Seated: Jodi Plimmer with Ella & Micah.  Standing: Jackie Jackson, JWJF Advisor, Nolan, Deborah & Jerod Pogue and Maddox, Shawn & Eva Plimmer.

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Note: Wright Brothers, a commercial construction general contractor, is a  Gold Level metal recycling partner.  We appreciate their ongoing support.  For more on WBTBC visit: www.wbtbc.com.

 

You and your children don’t want to miss Smokey Bear 73rd Birthday Celebration – Wednesday August, 9th.

August 8th, 2017

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TIME:  11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.  (Displays, Games, Cookies & Ice Cream Treats and much more).

LOCATION:  Kleiner Park, Pavilion A, 1900 N Records Ave at “The Village of Meridian”

Note:  John William Jackson Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation will be partnering with the U S Forest Service, Meadow Gold Dairy and the Treasure Valley Prevention and Safety CO-OP Group.

Wagner Farm, a Meridian landmark, at the corner of Ten Mile and Chinden (3240 West Chinden Blvd.), has in season fresh locally grown fruits & vegetables including now fresh corn.

August 4th, 2017

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Photo (l – r):  Ryder, Assistant Manager and Deborah Wagner, Owner.

For your local produce (fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs and more) drop by and you might meet little Ryder and the helpful staff.  They are now picking and selling fresh corn.   

iYERP thanks Mark Hunt with Alta Construction for helping “Action” Jackson move a pile of scrap metal at the future home of the Boise Braves Athletic Complex.

August 4th, 2017

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iYERP thanks Alta Construction, a demolition, site clearing and excavation contractor, for contacting us to recycle scrap metal.  Beniton Construction is the general contractor for the project.  More: www.altaedge.com and www.beniton.com.

Parents mark your calendar – Smokey Bear 73rd Birthday Celebration – Wednesday August, 9th

August 3rd, 2017

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TIME:  11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.  (Displays, Games, Cookies & Ice Cream Treats and much more).

LOCATION:  Kleiner Park, Pavilion A, 1900 N Records Ave at “The Village of Meridian”

Note:  John William Jackson Fund will be partnering with the U S Forest Service, Meadow Gold Dairy and the Treasure Valley Prevention and Safety CO-OP Group.

Energy Enterprise Group LLC. (EEG) was invited to be guest of Jackie and “Action” Jackson at the Idaho Botanical Garden’s Great Garden Escape Concert featuring the Come Together Band.

July 31st, 2017

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Photo (l – r):  Seated:  DeAnne Hoots and Kerri Hamilton.  Standing:  Brad Hoots, Ron Hamilton, Graham &  Danielle Estep and Jackie Jackson, JWJF Advisor.

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Note: EEG, a commercial electrical contractor, is a  Platinum Level metal recycling partner.  We appreciate their ongoing support.  For more on EEG visit: www.eegidaho.com.

 

Trey Apel, iYERP Gonzaga & Spokane area representative, makes first site visit to Garco Construction’s Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement Project at Gonzaga University.

July 31st, 2017

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Trey Apel, iYERP Gonzaga & Spokane area representative, makes first site visit to Garco Construction’s Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement Project at Gonzaga University.

IYERP is especially pleased to be partnering with Garco.  It is a LEED project and iYERP is tracking the metal recycling.

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Trey Apel makes site visit to Lydig Construction’s Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center Project at Gonzaga University.

July 31st, 2017

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Photo (l – r): Trey Apel, iYERP Gonzaga University & Spokane area representative and Logan Lankford, Boise State University Intern.

IYERP is especially pleased to be partnering with Lydig on an unique architectural design project. It is a LEED project and iYERP is tracking the metal recycling.

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iYERP is pleased to announce our involvement with another unique “centerpiece” design for a college or university campus: Boise State University’s New Fine Arts Building.

July 20th, 2017

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LCA Architects, P.A., Boise, is the architect of record and Platinum Level Engineered Structures Inc. (ESI), is the general contractor. Visit:  www.lcarch.com and www.esiconstruction.com.

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For years, iYERP has been advancing environmental stewardship and responsible metal recycling with ESI.  Visit www.johnwilliamjacksonfund.org and click on News & Events.