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South Hill Pediatric Dentistry

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Congratulations on South Hill Pediatric Dentistry on their brand new facility on Spokane’s south hill. This facility will further the mission of providing child-centered, top-notch care to children of all ages. The staff is trained in all aspects of child development to ensure the best experience possible for their patients. Bernardo Wills Architects provided architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture for this project.

WSECU Francis & Division is Open for Business!

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Open for business! Congratulations to WSECU on their new branch in Spokane on Francis & Division. This will be a fantastic location to serve members on the north side. Bernardo Wills Architects provided site design, architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture for this project. Thank you Yost Gallagher for another great collaboration.

University of Washington, Gonzaga University Medical School

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Construction update photo from the Gonzaga University and University of Washington School of Medicine building in Spokane’s University District. Landscape architecture is being provided by the Bernardo Wills Architects landscape architect team. This project incorporates Native American medicinal plantings, and they will be used for interpretation and to assist the GU Medical School with their curriculum. These plantings will occur next Spring, with project completion estimated for May 2022.

#30BestOfBWA Whitworth Water District Office and Maintenance Facility

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#30BestofBWA Many of our operations & maintenance facility projects require a mix of traditional shop and maintenance facilities, as well as administrative office space. In the Whitworth Water District Office and Maintenance Facility, the owner and designers considered how the floor plan and materials chosen would help to marry the two departments. They needed a space where each driver could come in to get assignments, meet as a large group, while (hopefully) not tracking in dirt and debris from their job sites. In addition, access to a shared break and kitchen space allowed for all staff to share meals together. Choosing materials that conform well to shop and office space applications is extremely important, and we know we’ve done our jobs correctly if it all goes unnoticed.