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October 15,2015 The Lovell Chronicle 3 Growing Bairco expands to new facility BY DAVID PECK A successful and grow- ing Lovell company is ex- panding with the construc— tion of a new facility just west of town. Bairco Construction, a specialty civil construction company founded by Devin and Stacy Bair, has operat- ed out of the former Pacif- ic Power/Rocky Mountain Power office and yard in Lovell for seven years but has outgrown the facility, co-owner Stacy Bair and project manager Charlie Cooley said Tuesday. Alan Bair purchased the building several years ago after the power com- pany closed its offices and later sold the facility to his son and daughter—in-law. The current building and yard isn’t large enough to store all of the compa- ny’s equipment, Bair said, noting that the new 10- DAVID PECK cation two miles west of A need to expand has led Bairco Construction to construct this new building just west of Lovell near the Oasis Junction. The project should be finished Lovell on the east end of the Cannery Road has 17 acres so Bairco will be able to consolidate the office, maintenance and storage facilities. “We’ve outgrown our office space,” Bair said, adding that the company hires around 35 employees during the busy season. Bairco has sold the cur- rent office and yard to Big Horn County Fire District No. 1 and will move in ear- ly 2016 to the new facility formerly owned by LD An— derson Trucking and then Warren Transport, most recently owned by real es- tate investor Joseph Cad- del of Montana. With the purchase Bair- co gets the 17 acres of land, 1,300 square feet of office space and 9,535 square feet of warehouse space. Bairco is currently constructing a 4,600-square foot office ad- dition, which is being add- ed to the current office and warehouse facility, plus a new 8,400-square foot cold storage building for equipment. Bairco is acting as the project general con— tractor, and John Schnei- der is in charge of quality control and subcontractor management. Bair and Cooley said the new facility is badly needed. “We’re in a position now where we need to hire Coat drive BY DAVID PECK The annual commu- nity coat drive sponsored by North Big Horn Hospi- tal, the Lovell Area Cham- ber of Commerce and Lovell Inc. is under way, organiz- er Janet Koritnik said this week. Those wishing to do— early next year. additional office personnel, but we’re limited by the of- fice space we have,” Bair said, “which limits our growth potential.” “We have a limited area for equipment storage and to work on equipment maintenance,” Cooley add- ed. “The new acreage will allow more material stor- age and better access and delivery of material and construction equipment. It’s a never-ending battle to get semis pulled in here and unloaded.” Bairco Construction has built a reputation over the years for tackling dif- ficult projects, perform- ing projects for federal, state and private custom- ers in the Rocky Mountain West. The company was named the 2011 Wyoming Small Business of the Year by the Small Business Administration. Recent prejects have included fish barriers for re-establishing native fish populations, missile silo demolition and main- tenance for the US. Air Force, campground resto- ration projects, National Park Service utility proj- ects, site work for the Mi- crosoft Data Center in Cheyenne, building demo- lition including hazardous waste disposal and a cur- under way nate are asked to drop off new or clean and gently used coats at the hospital, New Horizons Care Center, any Lovell or Rocky Moun- tain school, the chamber of commerce building down- town and the Lovell Inc. building any time during October. \ off cat 8: dog neuters Call for appointment 307-548-2452 HAUNTED HOUS EI'HAS RETURNED JUll‘l US This We took a yearoff to come up with NEW IDEAS 8! DIFFERENT SCENES. Members of the original Haunt 2012-2013 have returned to HAUNT YOUR THOUGHTS 8: [WE YOUR WORST NIGHTMARES. October 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and n Doors open at PM .7 Old Rocky Mountain High School , Byron, Wyoming <3: 3; Get yourVIP tickets today at participating businesses or available at the door on show dates. VIP Tickets: $15 Tickets at the Door: 510 Find us on Facebook for updated information and ticket locations. DAVID PECK A dazzling new interior is being constructed at the new Bairco Construction building on the east end of the Cannery Road two miles west of Lovell. rent infrastructure project for an arts center near Ab- sarokee, Mont. in Lovell Coats will be available for those in need during November on Wednesdays and Fridays at the Lovell Inc. building across the street from the post office in Lovell. The coat drive collected around 350 coats last year, Koritnik said. Mail your application to: PO. Box 31 Basin, WY 82410 A 1 APPLICATIONS REQUESTED Applications are requested from residents of the Big Horn County Solid Waste District who are interested in serving on the Big Horn County Solid Waste Board. Applications are available at www. bighomcountywygoo or at the County Clerk’s office. There are two 3-year term seats available. Big Horn County Commissioners Deadline: 5:00 PM, October 30, 2015. Bairco also works as a general contractor for var- ious projects. Can’t wait for the postman? Read the Chronicle anline first thing Thursday morning! Find out how at http:lllovellchronicle. flnewsmemorycoml Lovell Cancer Support Group Thursday, October 15, 7 PM Multi-Purpose Room North 'Bin Horn ’Hoipiml‘District 5, care givers, family members, ‘il-f'veryone is invited to join us! 307—548-5200 - 1115 Lane 12, Lovell,WY www.nbhh.com Find us on Facebook Thursdayjoa. 15, Rocky Mountain High School C $5/single taco <> $8/Double taco $3/iry bread 0 $1/soda Come enjoy a Navajo Taco and the RMHS Junior Class pay for p dditional donations acne Thank you for so Rocky Mountain Only 1 in Orthodontists is Board Certified Dr. Mathew A. Moss, DDS, MS ' Board Celt/fled by the American Board of Orthodontics ' Complimentary Consultations Interest Free Payment Options 1(866) 747-MOSS 1(307) 587-9009 coov - POWELL - LOVELL 6V6] I v Kickoff Event Saturday, Oct. 17, 10 AM In the garden behind the Lovell Senior Center, at the south end of Great Western Avenue. Come find out what all the exertement is about! Door prizes, Sign—ups, no-toole needed work project. Lovell Community garden is a grass roots effort sponsored by the North Big Horn Hospital District, with help from Rose City West. Half of all produce from the garden will be distributed to those in need through free produce stands and local groups. The other half will be given to the people who worked in the garden. Educational programs on nutrition, healthy eating and other topics will be presented throughout the year. For more information contact David Barton at 307-548-5225. 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