Grand Valley businesses honored for expansive efforts

Six businesses were recognized for expansions resulting in a total of nearly $3 million in capital investments and 40 additional jobs.

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce honored the businesses during its latest quarterly membership luncheon.

Networks Unlimited was recognized for moving into larger and renovated quarters at 515 S. Seventh St. in downtown Grand Junction. At 18,000 square feet, the building offers three times more space than the former location for the information technology services firm. The project cost $2.4 million and resulted in four more jobs.

Bank of Colorado was honored for opening a branch location at 2452 Patterson Road near Mesa Mall. The branch opened in remodeled quarters on the first floor of the four-story building. The project cost $250,000 and resulted in three new jobs.

Timberleaf Trailer was recognized for an expansion involving a $155,000 capital investment and five new jobs.

Land Title Guarantee Co. was honored for a $95,000 remodeling project at its operation at 2454 Patterson Road. Six employees were added to the staff.

The Christi Reece Group real estate firm was recognized for a capital investment of $82,424 and the addition of two jobs.

Maid 2 Impress was honored for 20 additional jobs.

The latest expansions bring the numbers for 2021 expansions recognized by the chamber to more than $34 million in capital investments and 171 additional jobs.