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Able Clean-Up building new office, warehouse near north-south freeway

An $800,000 warehouse is being built in Spokane’s Hillyard neighborhood near a planned interchange with the north-south freeway, according to permits issued by the city.

The Able Clean-Up office and warehouse, 5304 N. Myrtle St., is an 11,000-square-foot, pre-engineered metal building that will serve its namesake company, Able Clean-Up Technologies. The company specializes in environmental assessments, vacuum truck excavation work and emergency response. It serves the Inland Northwest, also performs spill cleanups, underground storage tank servicing and chemical disposal.

The project’s general contractor is Pro Builders, of Spokane. The architect is LABAR architecture, and the engineering was done by TD&H Engineering, both of Spokane.

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