Eric Bower of C and E Trenching in Pasco manipulates the controls of his excavator Thursday to remove the exterior walls of the former Brûlant Espresso Bar building on the northeast corner of Steptoe Street and Gage Boulevard in Kennewick. The demolition of the estimated 1,500-square-foot building is part of a construction project of a new larger Circle K convenience store building directly behind it.
Eric Bower of C and E Trenching in Pasco manipulates the controls of his excavator Thursday to remove the exterior walls of the former Brûlant Espresso Bar building on the northeast corner of Steptoe Street and Gage Boulevard in Kennewick. The demolition of the estimated 1,500-square-foot building is part of a construction project of a new larger Circle K convenience store building directly behind it. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Eric Bower of C and E Trenching in Pasco manipulates the controls of his excavator Thursday to remove the exterior walls of the former Brûlant Espresso Bar building on the northeast corner of Steptoe Street and Gage Boulevard in Kennewick. The demolition of the estimated 1,500-square-foot building is part of a construction project of a new larger Circle K convenience store building directly behind it. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Building demolition makes way for new Circle K in Kennewick

January 07, 2016 5:49 PM