Gene Kolstad has been helping to design health care facilities for more than three decades, and he still gets excited about the details of the blueprints.
Gene Kolstad looks over Billings Clinic plans at CTA Architects and Engineers. CTA is one of many local firms benefiting from the expansion by Billing Clinic during the past 18 months. Clinic developments in that period have totaled more than $42 million.
A Helena employee of Billings-based CTA Architects is suing the company, claiming her benefits were eliminated after she told her bosses she was pregnant and had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
An investigation by the Montana Human Rights Bureau has determined that a Helena employee of CTA Architects has “reasonable cause” to believe the company discriminated against her because of health conditions.
School District 2 trustees got their first look on Monday night at models and schematics for the new Heights middle school and for the newly redesigned McKinley and Broadwater elementary schools.
Members of Atonement Lutheran Church have just finished moving several blocks up the hill to their new quarters.
The combined 2nd and 3rd grade class at Fromberg Elementary School won a contest to have and makeover their classroom.
Christmas came early to a combination class of second- and third-graders at Fromberg Elementary on Tuesday.
In a noisy corner of the office at Rainbow House, Billings Mental Health Center client Matthew Berg set up his easel amid the clamor of comings and goings.
Bill Woolsey's mixed-media piece "I'll Make You Famous" is part of the "Art for Hope and Solutions" benefit at CTA Architects.
The event "Art for Hope and Solutions: Art Show and Benefit" next week at CTA Architects includes Kira Fercho's "Aspen Splendor."
“The Duet,” an oil by Matthew Berg, is among the original artworks included in the benefit event “Art for Hope and Solutions” at CTA Architects on Sept. 28.
A watercolor print by Bill Arbizzani titled “Deep Snow” is among the pieces included in the benefit event “Art for Hope and Solutions” at CTA Architects on Sept. 28.
It’s not often that a new neighbor moves in across the street, having just completed a handsome five-story, glass and red brick building.
Yellowstone CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate for Abused and Neglected Children) is presenting a fundraiser Thursday, Dec. 8, at Venture Theatre.
KWN Construction of Sheridan, Wyo., which merged with High Tech Construction in Billings five years ago, broke ground June 16 on an $8.5 million cancer center in Sheridan. That price tag includes the medical equipment, including a CT scan and linear accelerator.
David Irion, left, president and CEO of the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, talks with CTA architects Brad Feeley, Jeff Haidle and Jason Zemlicka at the grand opening Tuesday of the St. Vincent Healthcare Emergency Department and Walk-in Clinic expansion.
The Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark will be open for business by April 15, with the box office and other improvements finished by May 17, Yellowstone County officials were told on Tuesday.
Yellowstone County commissioners picked an architectural firm Thursday to work on reconstructing Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark and chose another company to repair fencing on the surrounding property before the Aug. 13 start of the MontanaFair.
MISSOULA - A 51-year-old Florence woman who embezzled $180,000 while she worked for a Missoula architecture firm has been sentenced to 10 years in prison with eight years suspended.
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