Stories tagged: katerra
UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 23, 2019
California-based Katerra opened its manufacturing facility in Spokane Valley to produce engineered wood products that could eventually replace concrete and steel high-rise buildings.
UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 30, 2019
The top floor of the 121-year-old Hotel Aberdeen building in downtown Spokane is being renovated into three apartments, according to permits issued by the city.
Sat., July 27, 2019
Katerra is moving its Spokane area office to the Wonder Building on the north bank of the Spokane River downtown, according to city permit data.
Sat., March 23, 2019
Spokane Valley was poised for growth last year with its balanced budget, new city hall and infrastructure projects – and now those efforts are showing.
UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019
A Spokane Valley factory could help transform the U.S. building industry, bringing tall, wooden structures into the mainstream.
Sat., Dec. 22, 2018
The University District Gateway Bridge opened last week, which was quickly followed by the city issuing building permits to Avista Corp. at the bridge’s south landing. The permits signal the …
UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 6, 2018
EWU plans major expansion into Spokane’s University District as anchor tenant of Avista’s planned 150,000-square-foot Catalyst building
Eastern Washington University plans to move three degree programs and around 1,000 students from its Cheney campus to a building along East Sprague Avenue.
UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 4, 2018
For one northeastern industrial area, planned infrastructure improvements – including the possible addition of an overpass rail crossing at the intersection of Barker Road and the train tracks – and …
Sat., Dec. 2, 2017
The first permits have been issued for a Spokane Valley factory that will produce cross-laminated timber and glulam, engineered wood products that can replace concrete and steel high-rise buildings and …
UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 26, 2017
A new factory planned for Spokane Valley is part of a California company’s efforts to streamline the U.S. building industry, making construction faster and cheaper.