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Career Explore NW: Architect Spotlight

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Bernardo Wills Architects is proud to sponsor Career Explore NW, a community tool designed to guide people and students toward a job or career, while helping employers in our region create a talent pipeline. We are partnering with KSPS and the Spokane Workforce Council to highlight the folks that make Bernardo Wills Architects great: interior designers, architects, and landscape architects. Here is our third spotlight, featuring architect Licia LeGrant.

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Horn Rapids Apartments

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The $48 million Horn Rapids Apartments project has broken ground in Richland, consisting of 288 total units that will provide Hanford employees closer housing options to cut their commute times. The units range from 800 sq.ft. studios, up to 1,250 sq.ft. three-bedroom units. The complex has been designed with amenities to appeal to families: several green areas, multiple gazebos to grill and dine outdoors, a splash pad for children, and a full-size swimming pool.

LCR Construction is the contractor, and Bernardo Wills Architects provided site planning and architectural services for the project.

West of Jefferson Coming Soon to Kendall Yards

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Coming soon to Kendall Yards – the district’s newest mixed-use housing project – West of Jefferson. The main floor will feature four retail spaces, and the apartments of the upper floors will be various sizes. West of Jefferson will enhance the district’s aesthetic while offering more folks the opportunity to live and work in Kendall Yards. Baker Construction is our construction partner on this project.

#ThrowbackThursday Mid-Columbia Library, West Richland Branch

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#ThrowbackThursday: Completed in 2019, the remodel of the Mid-Columbia Libraries West Richland branch created a modern, well-organized, light-filled environment that appeals to all ages. The main focus included incorporating a little-used large meeting room into the main branch area and updating the spaces, finishes, and colors to promote Mid-Columbia Libraries’ current objectives and branding. A new story-time area was included, as well as an improved children’s collection and opportunities to display public art. Room for additional shelving allowed for an increased collection with thousands of new items. The bright, cheerful space was tailored for the library’s needs now and will serve readers well in the years to come.