Real Estate & Construction

Amos Construction, 106006 E. Wiser Parkway, Kennewick

Amos Construction relocates headquarters to Wiser Parkway

Amos Construction recently finished construction on its new business operations center at 106006 E. Wiser Parkway in Kennewick. The 4,200-square-foot building includes three warehouse bays, five offices, a conference room, kitchen and file room. The new stick-built building with metal siding provides much needed space for the operations of Amos Construction to keep up with […]

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Fowler General Construction received the ENG (Engineering News-Record) Regional Best Project award for the Northwest region in the K-12 education category for the construction of Desert Hills Middle School in Kennewick.

Richland construction company earns best project award

Fowler General Construction of Richland received the ENR (Engineering News-Record) Regional Best Project award for the Northwest region in the K-12 education category for the construction of Desert Hills Middle School in Kennewick. The annual program is dedicating to honoring the best construction projects and the companies that designed and built them. Entries are judged on […]

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The 290,000-square-foot Lamb Weston plant expansion in Richland means the company can make about 600 million pounds of frozen potato products annually. Washington potatoes provide almost $7.5 billion in economic activity in the state, according to the Washington Potato Commission. (Courtesy Lamb Weston)

Lamb Weston doubles fry production with Richland plant expansion

Lamb Weston’s expansion of its Richland potato processing plant adds two million more pounds of frozen french fries daily to the worldwide market. The new $200 million addition has nearly doubled the company’s output of frozen spuds in Richland. “We’ve incorporated 45 years of making french fries into this factory,” said Mark Schuster, Lamb Weston’s […]

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Two Tri-City commercial real estate businesses join forces

By Michelle Dupler Two Tri-City commercial real estate firms have joined forces to become the newly formed NAI Group LLC. In the wake of the departure of former principal Lance Bacon from NAI Tri-Cities in July, remaining principal Todd Sternfeld partnered with Vicki Monteagudo of Century 21 Tri-Cities to open the new commercial-focused firm. NAI […]

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This map shows the 80- to 90-acre sports complex Prosser has in the works. There will be about 20 acres earmarked for festivals and other outdoor events. It will be south of Interstate 82 between Bettinson Road and Chandler Canal. (Courtesy city of Prosser)

Prosser aims to develop 80- to 90-acre sports complex by 2020

City plans to parcel off 24 acres for residential development to pay for project’s first phase By 2020, football, baseball, softball and soccer players will have new fields to play on as the city of Prosser moves toward its goal to create a sports complex. “It’s been a long time coming,” said David Stockdale, Prosser […]

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Prosser’s new Holiday Inn Express & Suites recently opened its 75-room hotel at 680 Wine Country Road. (Courtesy Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores)

New 75-bed Holiday Inn Express hotel opens in Prosser

A new 75-room Holiday Inn Express & Suites hotel recently open for business in Prosser. The hotel, valued at $7 million, features an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour guest laundry center and an outdoor grill and covered patio. In addition, the hotel provides a 24-hour business center with copy and fax services, along […]

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Apollo wins $11.3 million contract to prepare Hanford building for cleanup

CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Company recently awarded a $11.3 million subcontract to Kennewick’s Apollo Mechanical Contractors Inc. to prepare Hanford’s 324 Building for installation of remote-operated equipment to clean up highly radioactive soil under the building. The building is about a mile north of Richland and about 300 yards west of the Columbia River. The […]

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Hermiston adopts new residential zoning standards

New housing zoning amendments recently took effect in Hermiston to allow for smaller lot sizes, greater lot coverage and easier development standards in constrained lots. The city’s Planning Commission held several well attended public workshops with the real estate and development community to discuss issues affecting residential development in the city, according to a city […]

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