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ALSC Architects | Northern Quest Resort & Casino, Epic Sports Resturant

Epic Sports Restaurant & Entertainment Venue Renovation Complete

September 10, 2013

This project involved a remodel of the former Q sports restaurant within the Northern Quest Resort & Casino. The 8,500 square foot venue, re-named EPIC, now seats 340 people.

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ALSC Architects | WSU Football Operations Facility, End Zone

WSU Cougar Football Complex Construction Underway!

June 19, 2013

Currently under construction, The Washington State University Cougar Football Complex is the second project of the Martin Stadium Football Facilities Improvements.

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Understanding Alternative Contracting Methods

May 23, 2013

In an analysis of alternative contracting methods, ALSC Principal Jeff Warner, AIA, looks at three unique project delivery methods and offers some of the pros, cons and variations for each delivery method including:

  • Conventional Design-Bid-Build
  • Design/Build
  • Negotiated General Contractor

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Design-Build Competitions Rise

May 23, 2013

ALSC Principals, Rustin Hall and Jeff Warner, discuss the merits of the design-build project delivery method in this Journal of Business article “Design-Build Competitions Rise”. Highlighted design-build projects in the article include the Spokane Convention Center completion project and the Wine Science Center.

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Wine Science Center Announces Design Build Team

May 02, 2013

The Wine Science Center Development Authority has selected Lydig Construction Inc. and ALSC Architects of Spokane to design and construct a $23 million research and teaching facility at Washington State University Tri-Cities in Richland.

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Spokane Convention Center Project Team Named

April 23, 2013

The Spokane Public Facilities District has awarded the Spokane Convention Center completion project to the team of Garco/ALSC Architects/LMN. The project will add 90,000 square feet to the existing Convention Center and includes improvements to the adjacent Centennial Trail, public spaces and portions of the Spokane River shoreline. ALSC Architects is honored to be a part of this important project that will provide 700 new jobs for the region and bring in thousands of additional visitors and their dollars.

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