Our design-build team was selected to construct member-owned Kootenai Electric Cooperative’s new 180,000 sq. ft. headquarters facility in Rathdrum, Idaho, 45 minutes east of Spokane, Washington. The facility will support modern utility operations to meet the growing needs of the Cooperative and is also designed to allow for future expansion. The design includes an indoor safety training center for line workers allowing for instruction to safely take place regardless of weather conditions. This $53M investment is expected to take 18 months, yet will serve Kootenai’s 30,000 members well into the future.
Kootenai Electric Cooperative – New Headquarters
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