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Tuesday, May 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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NAC Architecture has hired Jada Endicott, Michael Wade and Angelo Uhl as architectural designers. Endicott is currently working on Selah Primary School in Selah, Washington, and the Spokane Falls Community College Building 17 renovation. She previously worked at Katerra in Spokane. Both Wade and Uhl are currently working on the Whitworth University Health Sciences Building. Additionally, Wade is designing the Belvedere High School modernization in Los Angeles. He previously worked for DGC Architects in Ellsworth, Maine. Uhl is designing Northwest Middle School in Spokane, and previously worked for Uptic Studios in Spokane.


April L. Anderson has been admitted as a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. She is the president-elect of the Spokane County Bar Association and a shareholder and attorney at Randall | Danskin P.S. Anderson is one of 21 ACREL Fellows in Washington state. Her practice is focused on real estate and corporate matters.

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