March 1, 1996

Northern Colorado Inc.

FORT COLLINS — Englewood-based TCI Communications Inc. has purchased Columbine Cablevision from The World Co. Columbine serves approximately 31,000 cable TV customers in Fort Collins and Larimer County. Those areas will be served by an affiliate company, TCI Cablevison of Colorado.

Avert in new headquarters

FORT COLLINS — Avert Inc., a publicly traded company that provides employment background checks, has moved to a new headquarters in downtown Fort Collins.
Avert president Dean Suposs acted as general contractor for the construction of the 15,000-square-foot building that is about three times larger than the rented space the company previously occupied. Suposs said that in the past year, Avert’s staff has more than doubled, and for the past seven years the company has posted an average revenue growth rate of 30 percent.H.C. Berger to be sold
FORT COLLINS — One of Fort Collins’ largest microbrewers, H.C. Berger Brewing Co., will be sold to an undisclosed buyer, owner and brewmaster Sandy Jones said.Symbios plans buildings
FORT COLLINS — The speculation is finally over. After months of hand wringing over whether Symbios Logic Inc. will leave town, the company’s board of directors has committed to build 115,000 square feet of office space, at a cost of $15 million.
The new buildings will be constructed on a 100-acre, company-owned site that lies north of Harmony Road and west of County Road 9. The project will allow the semiconductor manufacturer to move about 430 jobs to a single site. The project is expected to be complete by early summer of 1997.
Airport Express expands
Beginning March 1, Airport Express will expand its ground transportation routes to include Cheyenne, Wyo., the Denver Tech Center, Castle Rock and the Colorado Springs airport.
Company owner Braun Mincher said the fare war started by Western Pacific Airlines in Colorado Springs spurred the move, which should boost customer counts to about 1,000 riders daily. He said the Springs trip will cost Fort Collins, Loveland and Longmont travelers $29 each way.Fisher’s position eliminated
GREELEY — The Greeley Downtown Business Association has eliminated the position of executive director, prompting Nancy Fisher to leave that organization. Fisher, who had served as executive director since its inception in 1994, rejected an offer of a part-time executive-director position. The downtown association’s board of directors wants to devote more resources to marketing.

FORT COLLINS — Englewood-based TCI Communications Inc. has purchased Columbine Cablevision from The World Co. Columbine serves approximately 31,000 cable TV customers in Fort Collins and Larimer County. Those areas will be served by an affiliate company, TCI Cablevison of Colorado.

Avert in new headquarters

FORT COLLINS — Avert Inc., a publicly traded company that provides employment background checks, has moved to a new headquarters in downtown Fort Collins.
Avert president Dean Suposs acted as general contractor for the construction of the 15,000-square-foot building that is about three times larger than the rented space the company previously occupied. Suposs said that…

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