Meier Architecture Engineering relocates to downtown Kennewick
Meier Architecture Engineering has moved into its new offices at 12 W. Kennewick Ave. in Historic Downtown Kennewick.
Meier Architecture Engineering purchased the 16,000-sq.-ft. building from Kennewick Irrigation District and the parking lot across the street from the building in 2015 for $915,000, then invested a significant amount in remodeling and updating the facility.
The two-story building, which was built in 1948 and originally housed a JCPenney department store, will serve as Meier’s corporate headquarters for its 50-member staff.
The remodeled facility has an inviting reception area, 21 offices, 35 cubicles, a dedicated production room, four conference rooms, two kitchens and six restrooms.
Steve R. Anderson, Meier’s president and CEO, was the project manager and Meier ArchitectureEngineering provided the architecture, structural, mechanical and electrical design.
Renata Presby AIA of Meier was the project architect.
Chervenell Construction Company was the general contractor, with Brandon Mayfield as the general manager and Jon Holland as the project manager.
Since opening in 1982, Meier Architecture Engineering has provided architectural and engineering design services to a wide variety of clients, including educational, medical, federal, commercial and industrial.
The new office gives Meier Architecture Engineering room to grow and strengthens the commitment the employee-owned company has to the community.
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For more information, go to meierinc.com or call 509-735-1589.
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