Construction worker David Peters, an employee of D9 Contractors in Pasco, works on metal wall framing for the new instructional building at the Columbia Basin College Pasco campus. The new facility will provide a fixed home for CBC’s social sciences and world language departments. The state is providing the bulk of the $14.3 million budget for the project, which is expected to be ready by January 2017.
Construction worker David Peters, an employee of D9 Contractors in Pasco, works on metal wall framing for the new instructional building at the Columbia Basin College Pasco campus. The new facility will provide a fixed home for CBC’s social sciences and world language departments. The state is providing the bulk of the $14.3 million budget for the project, which is expected to be ready by January 2017. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Construction worker David Peters, an employee of D9 Contractors in Pasco, works on metal wall framing for the new instructional building at the Columbia Basin College Pasco campus. The new facility will provide a fixed home for CBC’s social sciences and world language departments. The state is providing the bulk of the $14.3 million budget for the project, which is expected to be ready by January 2017. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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