Spokane Valley-based Inland Commercial Casework Inc. has been tapped to produce and install built-in fixtures, such as window sills and countertops, for two of five buildings being constructed at Fairchild Air Force Base, as well as for a two-story, 20,000-square-foot building in Kennewick, Wash., says Dan Wilson, president of the company.
The Fairchild structures will serve as a military reserve training center, and Inland Commercial Casework is providing the fixtures for buildings that are roughly 66,000 square feet and 33,000 square feet in size.
Production work for that job is under way at the company's manufacturing facility, located in the Spokane Business & Industrial Park, and installation work should be completed in late March or early April, Wilson says. He declines to disclose the contract amount for that job, but says it's a positive sign for the company, and adds that "work is still happening" despite the recent economic downturn. Garco Construction Inc., of Spokane, is serving as the general contractor for that job.
Separately, the company has just begun six to eight weeks of production of similar fixtures for a medical building in Kennewick, says Wilson. He says that contract's value is nearly $300,000, and he expects to have the installation phase completed in May. REA Commercial LLC, of Kennewick, is the general contractor for that project.
Inland Commercial Casework has nine full-time employees and manufactures and installs items such as cabinets, desks, walls, shelves, chair rails, and reception desks, says Wilson.
The company originally operated as part of Rockin' DW Construction Inc., of Spokane Valley, and split off in 2007. In addition to its production facility at the SBIP, it operates an office at 11511 E. Trent.
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