Idaho firm scores big construction project


Rafter H. Construction of Rexburg will build the center in Riverton, Wyo., the U.S. Department of Labor says.

The Wind River Job Corps Center will be an energy-themed seven-building campus.

A report from the Federal Business Opportunities website shows that Rafter H. Construction was chosen from 149 bidders from across the country.

Construction dates have not been announced.

Once completed, the center will employ about 100 full-time workers and cater to 300 students studying energy production, heavy-equipment mechanics, health technologies and welding, according to a Riverton city news release.

Rafter H. Construction managers declined to comment.

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