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6404 W. Court St., Pasco

Knutzen’s Meats Inc.

Knutzen’s Meats, 6404 W. Court St., Pasco, completed a $400,000 expansion that will almost double its ability to process custom harvested animals. The addition includes a custom meat processing plant, retail counter, smokehouses, sausage kitchen, cooler and freezer. The cooler space grew by 590 square feet to a total of 1,190 square feet. The covered…

5715 Bedford St., Pasco

Solgen Power National Headquarters

Solgen Power completed a $6.2 million project to create its solar-powered national headquarters at 5715 Bedford St. in Pasco in March. The 20,000-square-foot project has a modern, New York-style design. Solgen Power began in a garage and has grown into one of the fastest-growing solar companies in the nation in just over three and a…

600 N. Arthur St., Kennewick

Kamiakin High School

The Kennewick School District expects to complete major improvements to Kamiakin High School, 600 N. Arthur St., in July. The $17 million project was paid with proceeds of a bond authorized by voters in 2019. The project added 12 classrooms for special education, science, and career and technical education, bringing the school’s capacity to 2,000…

3611 S. Zintel Way, Kennewick

J-U-B Engineers Inc.

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…

1203 Prosser Ave., Prosser

Prosser High School

The Prosser School District celebrated the grand opening of its new $60+ million high school with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 12. The district’s building permit for the 157,000-square-foot school is valued at more than $37 million. The school is next to Art Fiker Stadium at 1500 Paterson Road. It replaces the old school, which…

314 N. Underwood St., Kennewick

Zintel Creek Golf Club
19th Hole Event Center
& The Legends Room

Zintel Creek Golf Club, formerly the Tri-Cities Country Club, has debuted two new facilities to serve guests at 314 N. Underwood St. in Kennewick. The 19th Hole Event Center can host up to 150 people for tournaments, receptions and parties. The Legends Room is a smaller space serving meetings and private dinner parties. The $130,000…

6351 W. Rio Grande Ave., Kennewick

Miramar Health Center

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic has completed Miramar Health Center, a $20 million, 40,000-square-foot medical and dental clinic adjacent to Vista Field at 6351 W. Rio Grande Ave. in Kennewick. The project was designed and built by the nonprofit’s construction partner, Colorado-based Neenan Archistruction, to echo the future design of the Vista Field development. The…

705 N. 62nd Ave., West Richland

Tapteal Elementary School

The Richland School District has completed the $20 million construction of Tapteal Elementary on the site of the old school that bore the same name in West Richland. Tapteal serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The 65,500-square-foot building offers 28 classrooms, three special-purpose classrooms, a library, multipurpose space, art and music areas and a…

650 George Washington Way, Richland

Park Place Apartments

The Crown Group of Chicago in partnership with Boost Builds of Richland has completed Park Place Apartments, a $22 million, 106-unit upscale residential and retail project at the entrance to Howard Amon Park. Crown Group worked for more than five years to bring the project to fruition after the city of Richland selected it to…

1505 E. Foster Wells Road, Pasco

Baker Produce

  O’Brien Construction Co. Inc. of Kennewick has built a 131,085-square-foot onion and potato processing facility for Baker Produce Inc., at 1505 E. Foster Wells Road, Pasco. Wave Design Group designed the processing building.

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