A team from demolition contractor Groat Bros. Inc. tears into former federal records buildings on Northgate Drive between the Richland Public Library and the Federal Building. Groat’s work sets the stage for Columbia Basin College’s $18.25 million Health Sciences Building. CBC is financing construction with a low-interest bond held by Banner Bank and payments from Kadlec Regional Medical Center, which will lease two floors for its residency program.
A team from demolition contractor Groat Bros. Inc. tears into former federal records buildings on Northgate Drive between the Richland Public Library and the Federal Building. Groat’s work sets the stage for Columbia Basin College’s $18.25 million Health Sciences Building. CBC is financing construction with a low-interest bond held by Banner Bank and payments from Kadlec Regional Medical Center, which will lease two floors for its residency program. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A team from demolition contractor Groat Bros. Inc. tears into former federal records buildings on Northgate Drive between the Richland Public Library and the Federal Building. Groat’s work sets the stage for Columbia Basin College’s $18.25 million Health Sciences Building. CBC is financing construction with a low-interest bond held by Banner Bank and payments from Kadlec Regional Medical Center, which will lease two floors for its residency program. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

CBC’s new health sciences building taking shape in Richland

January 11, 2016 5:17 PM