Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

ABC chapter’s membership rebounds to prerecession levels

The Inland Pacific Chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. has seen its membership roster return to prerecession levels, says Suzanne Schmidt, the chapter’s recently installed president and CEO. With construction volume also on the rebound, t...

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Central Valley School District begins $31.5 million in new projects

Central Valley School District soon will begin more than $30 million in remodeling and expansion pro...

Kootenai County acquires building to expand DMV

Kootenai County has bought the former Daughters of Rebekah/Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodge bu...

Work starts on eight-lot Tapa Business Park in Spokane Valley

Bellevue-based development company Tapa Spokane LLC has started site work on a planned eight-lot, 10...

Rowand Commerce Park planned near Geiger interchange

An affiliate of West Plains construction equipment dealer Rowand Machinery Co. plans to launch next ...

Auto auction facility slated on 24-acre site in Spokane Valley

Oklahoma-based Spokane Property Partners LLC plans to construct a $1.3 million auction house and office facility in Spokane Valley, which it will then lease to Insurance Auto Auctions Inc. Plans submitted to the city of Spokane Valley show the 9,000-sq...

Inland Property Management starts up in Spokane Valley

Property management veterans Judy Sullivan and Stuart Fox have formed Inland Property Management LLC, which focuses on managing residential rental properties. The company provides landlord services for owners of income properties and helps tenants select...

Avista advances downtown campus for 100 workers

Spokane-based Avista Corp. has taken the preliminary steps to begin what company officials say will result in the development of a downtown campus that will employ more than 100 workers. The company wants to eventually build a 42,000-square-foot electric...

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BOMA Spokane reports increase in its membership

Kevin Guthrie, president of the Building Owners & Managers Association Spokane, says the nonprofit has experienced a bit of a renaissance this year and is on pace to surpass 100 members this year. Guthrie, a senior property manager at Kiemle & Hagood Co....

Providence starts work on $14 million St. Joseph Care Center project

Construction started this month on a $14 million project at Providence St. Joseph Care Center that involves remodeling the entire first and second floors. Seattle-based MG2 Corp. designed the project, and Graham Construction & Management Inc., of Spokane...

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