#ThrowbackThursday To the beginning we go…

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#ThrowbackThursday 30 years ago, Bob Wills and Gary Bernardo founded their firm in an eight-by-ten foot space in the Tomlinson Black Building in Downtown Spokane. Here’s an image from the vault – Gary, Bob, and Bob Wills Sr. building the first conference room table in Bob’s garage. Never despise humble beginnings, it may be just the start of something good. #BWA30Years

#WorksiteWednesday Ridgeline High School in Liberty Lake

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#WorksiteWednesday At Ridgeline High School in Liberty Lake, the track is complete and the tennis court surface is in. We are looking forward to the completion of this project next month. This project includes four fields for baseball and softball, as well as tennis courts, football fields, and soccer fields. Ridgeline High School will be a premier sports venue for high schools in the inland northwest region. Bernardo Wills Architects provided landscape architecture services for this project and it is one of three athletic complexes Bernardo Wills designed in 2020.

Bernardo Wills Architects 30th Anniversary Newsletter

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June 2021 marks 30 years of Bernardo Wills Architects. We are honored to have served the Spokane and Inland Northwest region for three decades, and look forward to celebrating with our staff, consultants, and clients this summer. Stay tuned for some of our favorite projects, images, and memories from the last 30 years. This month’s newsletter will be a special 30th Anniversary Edition.

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Safe Passage Violence Prevention Center Breakfast Fundraiser

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Bernardo Wills Architects was proud to sponsor the Safe Passage Violence Prevention Center Breakfast Fundraiser in Coeur d’Alene last week. Safe Passage helps all survivors of domestic and sexual violence, including children. They offer a safe shelter, counseling, court advocacy, and more. We were moved by their staff and speakers, and thank them for the amazing work they do for the inland northwest community. For more information on how to support this organization, visit their website: https://www.safepassageid.org/