Arnzen Building Construction Named Small Business of the Month for February, Risch announces

Arnzen Building Construction: A Testimony to High-Quality Workmanship and Community Service in North Central Idaho

U.S. Senator Jim Risch has announced that Arnzen Building Construction in Cottonwood, Idaho, will be the Small Business of the Month for February 2024. The company has been recognized for its contributions to the North Central Idaho community and will be honored in the Congressional Record of the U.S. Senate.

Arnzen Building Construction was founded in 1987 by Morris Arnzen and has since become a leading construction company in the region. The company is known for its commitment to high-quality construction and workmanship, having contributed to a variety of residential, commercial, educational, medical, and public works projects in the area.

Senator Risch highlighted the important role that Arnzen Building Construction has played in changing the face of North Central Idaho. He praised the company’s dedication to building not only sturdy structures but also a strong community. The Arnzen family’s support of local fire departments, youth groups, and 4-H chapters demonstrates their commitment to giving back to the community and making a positive impact on their surroundings.

Idaho is consistently ranked as one of the best places in the country to do business due to its favorable business environment and supportive communities like those found in North Central Idaho. Senator Risch selects an Idaho small business each month that exemplifies these values and highlights their exceptional commitment to both their craft and their community.

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