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The City of Spokane Valley, which has spent the last year addressing the cracking and sinking of the exterior wall of its city hall, has sued the companies who built the building, accusing them of negligence and breaching their contract.
Two years after it was built, Spokane Valley’s $14.2 million City Hall is already deteriorating, with cracking concrete, drywall, mortar and brick, windows unsealing and water getting into the City Council chambers.
More than $2.1 million in new construction and renovation is coming to the East Central Community Center in Spokane, according to permits issued by the city.
The city of Spokane Valley has filed a claim against the contractor responsible for building its state-of-the-art City Hall, alleging the structure has sustained damage because of soil settlement under the building.
An expanded conference center for Educational Service District 101, one of nine such districts statewide, is complete on Spokane’s South Hill.
Work on the Spokane City Credit Union building, 1930 N. Monroe St., began in the spring. A complete renovation was done to the credit union’s 2,000-square-foot main building and 2,800-square-foot lower level.
Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest is renovating and expanding its South Hill location in Spokane following its purchase of the building this summer.
An office building in the University District a short distance from Rockwood Clinic is being remodeled at an estimated cost of $850,000, and has been leased to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for mental health counseling services.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department will break ground Monday on a $3.7 million project that includes a new administration building at 2120 N. Wilbur Ave. in Spokane Valley. Meridian Construction, Inc., of Spokane Valley, is the general contractor for the new building and for remodeling and expanding the district’s training tower, at 2411 Pioneer Lane near Sullivan Road.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department is considering eight bids to build a new administration building next to Station 8 at 2110 N. Wilbur Road. The apparent lowest bidder is Meridian Construction at $3,736,000, said deputy chief Larry Rider. Meridian is the same company that built the new Station 9.