The Kennewick office of J-U-B Engineers Inc. moved into a newly-built space at 3611 S. Zintel Way, near the intersection of Hildebrand Boulevard and Highway 395, in mid-June.
It is the firm’s first move since it opened in Kennewick in 1977 and accommodates a staff that has grown to 50.
The $4.5 million project includes a 14,500-square-foot, one-story building.
J-U-B employs a mix of planners, GIS analysts, surveyors, CAD designers, engineers, construction observers and administrative staff. It focuses on local transportation and water and sewer projects for local governments, such as the cities of Kennewick, Richland Pasco and West Richland. It also works on irrigation systems for farms and food processing plants, airport improvements and other development projects.
REA Commercial LLC of Kennewick was the contractor.
Blue Room Architecture & Design of Veradale, Washington, was the designer.
J-U-B planned to buy its building shortly after it moved in.
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