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Dick’s Sporting Goods

Dick’s Sporting Goods plans grand opening for Sept. 20-22

Dick’s Sporting Goods has plans to open just in time for the fall season at Columbia Center mall in Kennewick. The store’s grand opening is Sept. 20-22, and it’s pulling out all the stops, including an appearance by former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Marcus Trufant. He’ll be available from 1-3 p.m. Sept. 21. Wristbands are required…

Knutzen’s Meats

Knutzen’s Meats expands, adds additional smokehouse

Knutzen’s Meats, a retail, custom and specialty meat shop, recently expanded its Pasco facility. The project added 400 square feet to include an additional smokehouse and sausage kitchen so Knutzen’s can make summer sausage, pepperoni, jerky and other smoked meats. The shop is now 3,300 square feet. Tri-City growth has increased demand for Knutzen’s retail…

Goodwill Industries of the Columbia

Goodwill completes new 20,000 SF store in Kennewick

Goodwill Industries of the Columbia’s new 20,000-square-foot store opened for business on Aug. 30. Located at 345 S. Columbia Center Blvd., it’s between Fred’s Appliance and Flower Farm. The $4.2 million project, which included the land purchase and new building, features 10,000 square feet of retail floor space stocked with new items every day, 10,000…

Richland School District Early Learning Center,

Richland School District’s Early Learning Center completes renovation

The Richland School District recently completed the multiyear renovation of the 1982 wing of the old Jefferson Elementary into an Early Learning Center. The project transformed the space to serve the district’s Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, or ECEAP, and developmental preschool. The center offers morning and afternoon sessions during the regular school year…

Padilla Masonry Inc.

Padilla Masonry moves into new office, shop

Padilla Masonry Inc. recently completed construction on a new commercial office and shop. The building at 550 E. Bruneau Ave. in Kennewick is just south of the East Columbia Drive and North Gum Street intersection near the cable bridge. The project included 6,392 square feet of office and shop space on the main level; 1,655…

Three Rivers Elementary School, 3901 Road 84, Pasco

Three Rivers Elementary ready to serve 800 students

Three Rivers Elementary School is the Pasco School District’s 16th elementary school. The two-story school features 72,842 square feet of space at 3901 Road 84 Pasco, north of Chiawana High School. It also is home to a new inclusive playground that will ensure all students can engage in playground activities. It will be the first…

Richland School District Elementary No. 11, 2100 Sunshine Ave., West Richland

Richland School District completes Elementary No. 11

The Richland School District’s newest elementary school doesn’t have a name yet, though it opens for students on Aug. 28. The school off Belmont Boulevard at 2100 Sunshine Ave. in West Richland will temporarily house students and staff from Tapteal Elementary School this school year, and potentially Badger Mountain Elementary the following school year, before…

Queensgate Storage and RV, 2373 Jericho Road, Richland

Queensgate Storage and RV doubles in size

Queensgate Storage and RV’s new addition gives the Richland business room to grow. It bought two adjacent acres from the Church of Nazarene and doubled its footprint from two acres to four acres. Located at 2373 Jericho Road in Richland, Queensgate Storage and RV added sixteen 14-by-40-foot heated commercial buildings that also can be rented…

IBEW Local 112, 114 N. Edison St., Kennewick

IBEW Local 112 triples its space with new building

The Tri-City chapter of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers has moved into a new building that nearly triples its space. IBEW Local 112 began moving at the end of July into the new $3.4 million union hall at 114 N. Edison St. in Kennewick, just south of Clearwater Avenue and east of Marineland Plaza.…

FG Building, 1953 Fowler Street, Richland

FG Building ready for tenants

The new 34,000-square-foot metal building, known as the FG Building, at the east end of Fowler Street wasn’t the original plan Greg and Amy Ford had in mind.  The couple had been looking for a small piece of land to build a small metal warehouse for a shop and storage space. They wanted to be…

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