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Factory work coming: Coworking space to open in Grand Junction

Brian Watson, left, and Josh Hudnall, lead an impromptu tour through the Factory, a coworking space under construction in downtown Grand Junction. The facility is expected to open in November and offer a place where entrepreneurs can work, meet with clients and take advantage of video conferencing equipment and high-speed Internet. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times Brian Watson and Josh Hudnall lead an impromptu tour through the Factory, a coworking space under construction in downtown Grand Junction. In the midst of vacant spaces and exposed wiring, Watson and Hudnall envision high-tech conference rooms where entrepreneurs meet with clients and desks and couches occupied by people working […]

Furniture firm offers help in creating healthier workplaces

Dave Huerkamp demonstrates the use of an adjustable workstation that includes a desk the moves up and down for seated or standing positions. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times Given the potential health hazards involved, prolonged sitting has been described as the new smoking. Office furnishings that can be adjusted to allow users to stand or perch — or at least provide a more comfortable work space — can help. But teaching employees how to set up and use […]

Banking on success: Timberline a Colorado Company to Watch

Jeff Taets, president of Timberline Bank, relaxes in the lobby of the bank’s location in Grand Junction. Taets was among five founders who launched the bank in 2004. In the 12 years since then, Timberline Bank not only has grown, but also earned recognition — most recently in its selection as a Colorado Company to Watch. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times      Jeff Taets likes to tell the origin story of five people who believed there was a place in Western Colorado for what he describes as a community bank — a locally owned and operated institution that understands and meets the needs of its customers. Rather than try to […]

Book smarts: Retired couple bring skills to publishing venture

Phyllis and Jerry Moorman operate Raven Books, an independent firm that’s published their award-winning novels, instructional books and poetry. The retired couple runs the business out of their Grand Junction home. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times Jerry Moorman jokes about the idiom that those who can, do, and those who can’t, teach. But he knows from personal experience that’s not true. Even as Moorman taught college students how to manage businesses, he’s also managed ventures of his own. “It’s easier to teach than do it. But […]

Work ready: Program offers benefits to businesses and applicants

Curtis Englehart, manager of the Mesa County Workforce Center in Grand Junction, oversees the new Work Ready Communities program offering job profiling and career-readiness testing as a way to better match businesses looking for employees with people looking for jobs. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle

Phil Castle, The Business Times Curtis Englehart works as a matchmaker of sorts in bringing together businesses looking for employees with people looking for jobs. Consequently, Englehart says he’s excited about the potential for a new process based on an analysis of the requirements and duties of a given job and knowledge and skills of […]

Envisioning the future: Firm incorporates augmented reality into software development

Zachary Brown, an intern at ProStar Geocorp, uses a Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset to interact with an image that appears on a conference room table at the company’s offices in Grand Junction. The image, photographed through a second HoloLens, depicts a section of pipeline right-of-way. ProStar Geocorp is developing software that can be used with a variety of devices to locate and manage pipelines and other infrastructure. (Image courtesy ProStar Geocorp)

Phil Castle, The Business Times       Carey Wheeler goes through the motions of a mime performing his act. He uncurls the fingers of his right hand as if his upturned fist was a flower bud opening into a blossom. He wags an index finger up and down as though he’s clicking a computer […]

Skin in the game: Couple ready to compete in beauty care industry

Justin and Shannon Covello have launched Sympan Beauty and brought to the market ONE moisture cream, a product Shannon developed using natural ingredients. The Grand Junction couple got a jump start on their venture when ipsy, a popular online makeup delivery service, agreed to send out 25,000 samples of the cream to subscribers. (Photo courtesy Sympan Beauty)

Phil Castle, The Business Times  Shannon and Justin Covello aren’t the least bit deterred by the prospect of a business battle of David-and-Goliath proportions. The Covellos are excited, in fact, to bring to market a moisture cream Shannon developed using such natural ingredients as aloe vera, pomegranate seed oil and red bell peppers. And thanks […]

Who ya gonna call? Grand Junction StarTek site growing source for services

Chris Higgins, site director at the StarTek facility in Grand Junction, and Norma Roberts, human resources manager, oversee a growing operation and staff that provides a range of outsourced business services. Higgins and Roberts say flexible hours and benefits help to recruit employees — as do such frequent celebrations in the workplace as Hawaiian shirt day. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times      Chris Higgins plays a chess game of sorts in deploying staff at the StarTek facility in Grand Junction to match demand for the services provided there. It’s getting more complicated for Higgins, the site director, because StarTek offers more services and there are more employees — a lot […]

Completion of last two floors ends towering effort at St. Mary’s

Dr. Logan McDaneld explains the use of an epilepsy monitoring unit on the newly completed ninth floor of the patient tower at St. Mary’s Medical Center. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times A construction project that lasted for a decade, climbed 12 stories into the Grand Junction sky and ultimately cost nearly $340 million has been completed. Patients were scheduled to move on July 27 to the ninth and 10th floors of the patient tower at St. Mary’s Medical Center, the final […]

Feathering their Nest: Couple runs destination operation in antique mall

Shane and Robin Allerheiligen enjoy from their upstairs office a sweeping view of A Robin’s Nest of Antiques & Treasures in downtown Grand Junction. The Allerheiligens and about 85 vendors sell wares in the 20,000 square-foot operation. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times        Shane and Robin Allerheiligen enjoy a sweeping view from their upstairs office of the mix of merchandise offered for sale in their downtown Grand Junction store. The couple can take in at a single glance the artwork, decor, furniture, tools and toys that cover the walls and floor, […]


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