Spokane Journal of Business

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Brick West Brewing goes salmon safe with new beer

Brick West Brewing Co., of Spokane, is launching Upstream, the brewery’s first Salmon-Safe certified beer, says Scotland Shouse, Brick West’s head brewer. ...

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McKinstry doubles size of its clean energy team

McKinstry Co. has doubled the size of the renewables and energy-efficiency team at its Spokane office in the past three years and expects growth in that sector to continue, as recent federal legislation aims to make clean energy technology more ...

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Heat pump demand expected to grow by next year

Recently proposed Washington state building codes for single-family new construction projects, in addition to climate concerns of consumers, are expected to raise demand for electric heat pump purchases and installations, heating and cooling industry ...

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New $7.5M medical building planned in Hayden

A new commercial construction permit has been filed with the city of Hayden for the construction of a 26,900-square-foot surgery center, according to permit information on file with the city. ...

Les Schwab proposes Liberty Lake shop

A new commercial permit application has been filed with the city of Liberty Lake with construction plans for a 12,000 square-foot Les Schwab Tire Center, according to information filed with the city....

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Teen mental health, addiction center opens in Valley

A Boise-based addiction and mental health treatment company has opened a center in the Spokane area specifically for adolescents. Imagine by Northpoint has opened at 924 S. Pines, in Spokane Valley. ...

Global Navigation Sciences opens North Idaho Office

Global Navigation Sciences Inc., a Hayden-based aerospace product development company, has leased a 515-square-foot office space at The Depot retail center building, at 112 E. Hazel, in Coeur d’Alene, where the company plans to open an office. ...

Economic Pressures heighten organizational risk

Global developments continue to compound supply chain vulnerabilities. But better insight into the risks associated with related economic pressures and inflation will help organizations approach total rewards more sustainably. ...

Journal’s view: Medical education growth gives cause for celebration

The UW-GU Health Partnership will open formally its new building early next month. As the $60 million facility comes online, Washington State University is starting an extensive renovation of the Phase One classroom building to house its Elson S. Floyd...

Guest commentary: Spokane needs leadership focus to address issues of homelessness

Despite activity on various fronts by business, government, and nonprofit sectors, Spokane’s homeless population remains at 0.685% (1,559 individuals), nearly three times the national average of 0.2%....

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