The Dirt: Wm. Winkler Co. expands Newman Lake headquarters
Sun., Sept. 27, 2015
Wm. Winkler Co., a local concrete construction contractor, is expanding its headquarters in the Newman Lake area with construction of a second building.
The project is building the footings, foundation and shell for a 20,500-square-foot heavy equipment repair shop with a wash bay and fueling island canopy, according to permit records.
Spokane County listed an estimated $1 million project value.
The new structure is near Wm. Winkler Co.’s main office building, located at 5516 N. Starr Road. The company expanded that headquarters building recently to add office space, and it updated the exterior.
Operating here since 1919, Wm. Winkler provides concrete services for clients around the Northwest. With more than 150 employees, the company does preconstruction and engineering services, technical consulting and construction for projects that include curbs and sidewalks, structural work and paving.
Allstate agent leases space
An Allstate Insurance agent, Chad Johnston, has leased a 1,300-square-foot office space at 106 N. Evergreen Road in Spokane Valley.
The Johnston Agency’s new space is near the intersection of Evergreen and Sprague Avenue.
Guy Byrd of Sperry Van Ness Cornerstone represented the tenant in the transaction. Levi McCormick of SDS Realty assisted the landlord, Tracy-Hansen LLC.
Businesses lease spots on 29th
Two businesses have leased spaces in a retail center near Safeway on the South Hill.
Chris Cutler, a State Farm agent, has leased 1,100 square feet at 2525 E. 29th Ave. In the same center, Sport Clips will occupy 1,200 square feet for an outlet providing haircuts and styling. Other area outlets of Sport Clips are located in north Spokane, Spokane Valley and Hayden.
Chad Carper and Colin Conway of Kiemle & Hagood represented the landlord, The Stanek Enterprises LP, in both lease arrangements. Kelly Stravens of Century 21 Beutler & Associates also assisted in the Cutler office transaction.
SCOPE relocating to Division
An office for Sheriff Community Oriented Policing Effort, or SCOPE, will relocate in north Spokane to new quarters on Division Street, vacating its current Newport Highway space.
SCOPE has leased 1,000 square feet in the Holland Professional Building, 9507 N. Division St. The move from 9435 N. Newport Highway is expected in the next month or so.
– Treva Lind
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