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Old City Hall building changes hands

Old City Hall building changes hands

Real estate investment company Wall Street LLC has bought the six-story Old City Hall building in do…

MacKay Manufacturing reports growth in sales

MacKay Manufacturing reports growth in sales

A decade after the Great Recession, MacKay Manufacturing Inc. owner and Vice President Katie MacKay …

Alternative approach to construction gains traction

Alternative approach to construction gains traction

A type of design-build project delivery method known as progressive design-build is catching on in t…

Northwest Bedding to be shuttered

Northwest Bedding to be shuttered

Longtime Spokane-area mattress maker and retailer Northwest Bedding Co. will shut down operations th…

Ag Enterprise Supply: Enterprising more custom jobs

Ag Enterprise Supply: Enterprising more custom jobs

Ryan Kuster, parts and manufacturing department manager for Cheney-based Ag Enterprise Supply Inc., says he’s noticed fewer companies offer custom fabrication these days.“It does require more care, effort, and time,” says Kuster.In contrast, Ag …

Sesh Technologies grows with cannabis industry

Sesh Technologies grows with cannabis industry

As the cannabis industry continues its rapid expansion, manufacturing companies across the country are clamoring to develop new technologies to meet the needs of growers, producers and consumers.One such company is Sesh Technologies & Manufacturing LLC,…

Place LA is off to strong start in blooming economy

Place LA is off to strong start in blooming economy

After more than two decades working in landscape architecture, Joshua Tripp started Place Landscape Architecture LLC here on April Fool’s Day in 2016 with just $100 in a business account. Since then, says Tripp, the landscape architecture firm has flour…

Greenways: Gonzaga students engineer future transport

Greenways: Gonzaga students engineer future transport

Gonzaga University engineering professor Rhonda Young claims we’re in the midst of a new transportation era, similar to the days when cars first began to replace horse-and-buggy as the main mode of transportation.“We’re looking at a future with …