The federal government plans to spend about $31.3
upgrade the Thomas S. Foley U.S. Courthouse in Spokane, making it a “high-performance
building,” the U.S. General Services Administration announced today.
Lydig Construction Inc. of Spokane
and McKinstry of Seattle were awarded the design-build contract for the
project. The team also includes Integrus Architecture, DEI Electrical
Consultants, and Power City Electric, all of Spokane.
Construction is expected to begin this summer or fall
and wrap up
by summer 2012, said Ross Buffington, a GSA spokesman.