We hope you enjoy these images from Selkirk Pharma! This state-of-the-art drug manufacturing facility opened earlier this year and can accommodate more than 300 employees.
At the new Goodwill Services of the Inland Northwest site in Airway Heights, Baker Construction crews are putting the finishing touches on the pre-cast concrete panels that make up the exterior of the building.
We are proud to announce that Bernardo Wills has been awarded the Spokane County Public Works Office and Shop Building. We are honored to serve Spokane County and ensure the bridge, sign, and signal crews, as well as construction management and safety departments, have an awesome workplace. These crews keep Spokane County safe and moving, and we will listen to their needs and requests as we design their ideal workspace. And Grant is pretty excited about another great shop project to manage! Go, Team!
#ThrowbackThursday With the use of 3D animations, the Bernardo Wills Architects interior design team can simulate the look and feel of the space before the design is finalized. Check out the animation created in March 2019 for the Horizon Credit Union branch renovation in Sandpoint, ID, and how it holds up to the final product!
Check out the construction progress at Valley Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center’s new facility.
It’s a big week at the Spokane Valley Fire Department’s new operations and maintenance facility.
#WorksiteWednesday At the Gonzaga University and University of Washington Regional Health Sciences Building in Spokane’s U-District, our landscape architecture team got to check the progress of the living wall. This wall features local flora and fauna, many of which were used by the Spokane area’s Indigenous Peoples for medicinal purposes.
Check out more coverage of the Goodwill facility groundbreaking in West Spokane on Tuesday. This article details Goodwill’s mission to be a zero-waste facility, “Over the last four years, Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest has kept more than 94 million pounds of materials out of local landfills through its resale, recycling, and salvage operations. That is enough material to fill 6,300 garbage trucks.”
We are proud to announce that Real Life Results are coming to the neighborhood! Spokane Valley Dermatology’s new building is set to begin construction this Spring! Contractor: Baker Construction & Development.