Spokane Journal of Business

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Recreation, conservation project funds approved

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell last week joined Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, co-chair of the bipartisan coalition of Mayors for Parks, to announce that $43.4 million will be distributed from the Land and Water Conservation Fund to all 50 states,...

Senior housing complex rises in Coeur d’Alene

A California-based contractor and real estate developer has obtained building permits for 20 duplex structures valued at $124,800 each in north Coeur d’Alene. ...

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Sullivan Road bridge project sent out for rebid

The city of Spokane Valley has sent out for rebid the planned second phase of the Sullivan Road west bridge replacement project, with the rebid results expected to be delivered on July 29, city spokeswoman Carolbelle Branch says. At this time, there’s...

Big R begins $4 million expansion of its Coeur d’Alene store

Great Falls, Mont.-based Western lifestyle retailer Big R Stores has started work on a $4 million expansion of its Coeur d’Alene store. The expansion project will add 50,000 square feet of floor space to the store at 170 E. Kathleen, nearly tripling it...

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Pet emergency practice plans North Side clinic

Pet Emergency Clinic PS, currently located at 21 E. Mission north of downtown, plans to construct a larger veterinary office building on an adjacent lot, a predevelopment application submitted to the city of Spokane shows. ...

Acme Concrete garners projects on I-90, at Spokane International Airport

Acme Concrete Paving Inc., of Spokane, is the apparent low bidder on an about $7.8 million second phase of a taxiway reconfiguration project at the Spokane International Airport, and expects to be awarded the job, says Robert Seghetti, president of Acme....

T.W. Clark starts Winton school work in Lake City

T.W. Clark Construction LLC, of Spokane, has begun work on a $6.6 million project that will replace the 89-year-old Winton Elementary School, in Coeur d’Alene. The school is located at 920 W. Lacrosse, about a mile northwest of downtown Coeur d’Alene...

CH2MHill leases full floor of Spokesman-Review building

The Spokane office of Denver-based international engineering and construction company CH2MHill Inc. has leased all 6,000 square feet of space on the fifth floor of the Spokesman-Review building at 999 W. Riverside downtown. The company moved into its ne...

Prosthetics clinic plans move to lower South Hill

Hanger Inc., a national provider of prosthetic and orthotic products and related patient services, plans to move its Spokane clinic to the medical district on Spokane’s lower South Hill, says Don Meng, the clinic’s manager. The Austin, Texas-based co...

City of Davenport looks to grow business district

The city of Davenport is seeking requests for proposals for business development that would complete the Davenport Sports Complex & Business Park northwest of the city center, says Steven Goemmel, Davenport’s city administrator. Davenport, which is the...

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