Here’s The Dirt: Building services firm relocates
Building services firm relocates
BNBuilders Inc. is opening a larger office at 15920 E. Indiana Ave., Suite 202, in Spokane Valley. It will serve clients throughout Eastern Washington, Idaho and Montana.
BNBuilders offers preconstruction and construction services for complex, management-intensive projects. Those include ground-up construction and tenant improvements for higher education, health care, biotechnology, retail, mixed-use and corporate/commercial.
BNBuilders is working on the Washington State University campus in Pullman, completing the $22 million Duncan Dunn & Community Halls Renovation.
Joe Bash, a principal in the company, will head the office. Co-founders are Brad Bastian and Jeff Nielsen.
Cancer center coming to Valley
Medical Oncology Associates broke ground Thursday on a $4 million, 22,000-square-foot cancer treatment center in Spokane Valley.
Spokane Valley Cancer Center, 13424 E Mission Ave., will be the corporation’s third office when it opens in about 10 months, said Dr. Arvind Chaudhry, the owner.
Medical Oncology Associates also owns a facility on North Mayfair Street and rents an office at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Chaudhry said the Spokane Valley center will emphasize integrated cancer care, complete with a healing center, research facility, massage, yoga, acupuncture and naturopathic medicine.
“We’re raising the bar for how cancer care is delivered,” he said.
It will open with 10 employees, including two doctors.
The architect is Denny Christenson Associates Architects of Spokane. The builder is McCloskey Construction of Spokane.
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