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Taylor Engineering to merge with Seattle-based Parametrix

Prominent Spokane-based civil engineering company Taylor Engineering Inc. will merge with Seattle-based Parametrix Inc. and will operate under the Parametrix name by the end of the month, says Mark Aronson, co-owner of Taylor Engineering. Taylor Engineer...


Integrus Architecture: Public works by design

Integrus Architecture PS, of Spokane, is keeping a strong focus on public works projects, particular...


Six-year-old Uptic Studios broadens portfolio

Uptic Studios Inc., which started with principals and founders Matthew and Julie Collins working out...


Womer Associates wins tribal project recognition

Womer & Associates, the Spokane-based, Native American-owned architectural and engineering firm, say...


Ecova goes global with expansion into European markets

Spokane-based energy and sustainability management service provider Ecova Inc. has expanded its serv...


Sunshine Disposal’s client base, workforce grow

Spokane Valley-based Sunshine Disposal & Recycling has more than doubled its workforce in just a little more than a decade as the company continues to expand services across the Inland Northwest, says company president Marc Torre. Sunshine had 45 employe...


Goodwill reducing waste through outlet center

Spokane-based Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest is reducing its waste stream through its outlet and salvage center that so far has cut its disposal bills by more than a third. In 2015, the outlet center’s second full year of operation, Goodwi...


Developing a different approach to dementia care

Senior caregiver Judy Cornish realized a few years ago that her dementia patients relaxed more if she chatted with them regularly about what was happening. Her friendly bantering used intentional words giving clients needed information to offset their l...


Moving on up at Summit

As of last week Rockwood Retirement Communities representatives felt they were within days of obtaining occupancy permits to begin moving residents into the second through fourth floors of the new $51 million, 11-story Summit Tower on the Rockwood South H...


Smooth Transitions works to ease moving process

For the past six years, senior move management company Smooth Transitions of the Inland Northwest LLC has been helping seniors to make some of life’s hardest transitions. Owner DeAnne Wilfong says her company completes up to 52 moves each year, offerin...

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