Roasters opens tenth location in West Richland

Roasters Coffee’s tenth coffee shop is open for business in West Richland.

Located at the corner of Keene and Kennedy roads, the 600-square-foot double-sided drive-thru includes a walk-up window.

The new building design is the same as the ones at company’s newest locations on Highway 395 and Edison Street in Kennewick, which feature a World War II interior theme and colors.

Total project cost was $450,000.

Wes and Shannon Heyden are the owners of Roasters Coffee. 

Vandervert Construction of Spokane was the general contractor; Chris O’Neil was the project manager, working out of his office in Richland.

The architect was Harvey Prickett, principal architect at Wave Design Group in Kennewick.

Shannon Heyden does the interior design for all the Roasters locations. .

Roasters is a local company founded and actively growing its business in the Tri-Cities with a goal “to best serve and love the people of the Tri-Cities through excellent coffee.” 

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