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Spokane Architects

#ThrowbackThursday Numerica Credit Union’s HQ Update

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#ThrowbackThursday Completed in 2017, Numerica Credit Union’s headquarter expansion project is a fantastic example of the importance of our in-house interior design team. As Numerica Credit Union’s business services division grew, they knew additional space was required for further growth. The 18,000 square foot expansion revitalized previously unused space to house the new business services and home loan center offices. It included 20 offices, 20 open-concept work areas, three conference rooms, and business client waiting areas. The final product reflected the Numerica Credit Union brand values and created a functional and creative workspace for their employees. Contractor: Leone & Keeble.

Riverside Park’s North Bank Drone Photography

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Check out the latest drone shots of the North Bank of Riverfront Park. You can see the playground progress before the final push next spring. The play equipment is installed, and the basketball court is ready for winter. These photos Selkirk Development provide context and you can see the proximity of the playground to the new Sportsplex, former Ram Building, and the connectivity to the rest of Riverfront Park and downtown Spokane.

Winter is barely here, but we are already looking forward to spring!

Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center has won Engineering News and Review Northwest’s Best Cultural/Worship Project for 2020

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We are pleased to share that the Gonzaga University Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center has won Engineering News and Review Northwest’s Best Cultural/Worship Project for 2020. “Multidiscipline collaboration with BIM modeling ensured clear communication and helped the team visualize framing systems and architectural elements in order to meet specs for sightlines, acoustics, and ventilation within the building’s tight tolerances.” This project brought all consultants unique challenges, and the final result will serve Gonzaga and the Spokane community for generations. Bernardo Wills Architects provided local liaison architectural services and landscape architecture services for this project.