More Videos

Idaho president of KeyBank: Emphasize start-ups to keep economy growing 0:57

Idaho president of KeyBank: Emphasize start-ups to keep economy growing

Idaho rape survivor speaks out on support for crime victims 0:52

Idaho rape survivor speaks out on support for crime victims

Watch 5,500 LEGO pieces become a model of the Meridian Idaho Temple 1:28

Watch 5,500 LEGO pieces become a model of the Meridian Idaho Temple

Upset by loose dog, man's threat lands him in handcuffs 2:21

Upset by loose dog, man's threat lands him in handcuffs

Week 8 Treasure Valley high school football plays 4:17

Week 8 Treasure Valley high school football plays

Boise State safety Kekoa Nawahine on Wyoming QB Josh Allen: 'we haven’t played too many guys like that' 5:02

Boise State safety Kekoa Nawahine on Wyoming QB Josh Allen: 'we haven’t played too many guys like that'

Batgirl fights for equal pay for equal work 1:01

Batgirl fights for equal pay for equal work

Here's how to make your Halloween baking the cutest (or creepiest!) 3:33

Here's how to make your Halloween baking the cutest (or creepiest!)

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more 3:07

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more

Meridian council Seat 4: Candidate Dom Gelsomino 0:49

Meridian council Seat 4: Candidate Dom Gelsomino

  • A trip to the top of Boise

    In July 2015, Idaho Statesman reporter Sven Berg climbed the 310-foot crane at City Center Plaza from the depths of the future Main Street Station to one of the highest vantage points in Boise. Come along with Sven and ESI project engineer Adam Johnson for a dose of vertigo and some spectacular views.

In July 2015, Idaho Statesman reporter Sven Berg climbed the 310-foot crane at City Center Plaza from the depths of the future Main Street Station to one of the highest vantage points in Boise. Come along with Sven and ESI project engineer Adam Johnson for a dose of vertigo and some spectacular views. Sven Berg sberg@idahostatesman.com
In July 2015, Idaho Statesman reporter Sven Berg climbed the 310-foot crane at City Center Plaza from the depths of the future Main Street Station to one of the highest vantage points in Boise. Come along with Sven and ESI project engineer Adam Johnson for a dose of vertigo and some spectacular views. Sven Berg sberg@idahostatesman.com

The firm that built the new buildings on Boise’s Grove Plaza almost trapped a crane there

June 21, 2017 8:31 AM

More Videos

Idaho president of KeyBank: Emphasize start-ups to keep economy growing 0:57

Idaho president of KeyBank: Emphasize start-ups to keep economy growing

Idaho rape survivor speaks out on support for crime victims 0:52

Idaho rape survivor speaks out on support for crime victims

Watch 5,500 LEGO pieces become a model of the Meridian Idaho Temple 1:28

Watch 5,500 LEGO pieces become a model of the Meridian Idaho Temple

Upset by loose dog, man's threat lands him in handcuffs 2:21

Upset by loose dog, man's threat lands him in handcuffs

Week 8 Treasure Valley high school football plays 4:17

Week 8 Treasure Valley high school football plays

Boise State safety Kekoa Nawahine on Wyoming QB Josh Allen: 'we haven’t played too many guys like that' 5:02

Boise State safety Kekoa Nawahine on Wyoming QB Josh Allen: 'we haven’t played too many guys like that'

Batgirl fights for equal pay for equal work 1:01

Batgirl fights for equal pay for equal work

Here's how to make your Halloween baking the cutest (or creepiest!) 3:33

Here's how to make your Halloween baking the cutest (or creepiest!)

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more 3:07

Trump addresses relationship with Congress, soldier deaths in Niger and more

Meridian council Seat 4: Candidate Dom Gelsomino 0:49

Meridian council Seat 4: Candidate Dom Gelsomino

  • Idaho president of KeyBank: Emphasize start-ups to keep economy growing

    Darren Schuldheiss, Idaho market president for KeyBank, talks about how he would like to see Idaho place a greater emphasis on start-up companies.