SCJ planning team helps small towns win big

Wash. Dept. of Commerce’s Benjamin Serr, Twisp Councilmember Mark Easton, Mayor Pro Tem Hans Smith, Mayor Soo Ing-Moody, SCJ Alliance’s Eric Johnston, Councilmember Alan Caswell and Wash. Dept. of Commerce’s David Anderson Boosting the local economy and getting people where…

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Studio Cascade joins SCJ Alliance family

On July 1, we welcomed Studio Cascade to the SCJ family. Located in Spokane, Wash., this award-winning team of planners and designers are big-picture thinkers and visionaries. More High-Quality Services Some of the Spokane team outside of their office. Bill Grimes, Studio…

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Envision. LEED. INVEST. Greenroads™.

Four tools to assist in the development of more sustainable roads, buildings, and communities. Sustainability is about more than just being “green.” It’s about striking a balance between meeting environmental, economic, and social needs and finding a way to build…

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SCJ is Spreading the Love’s

Love's Travel Stop, Napavine, Washington It’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week! As we thank the 3.5 million men and women who are always on the go, let’s take a look at where they stop. Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores…

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A Comprehensive Plan for Campers at Orondo River Park

AAA is projecting this 2016 Memorial Day Weekend to be the second-highest Memorial Day travel volume on record, with more 38 million Americans hitting the road. The three-day weekend is the unofficial kick-off to summer, and what better way for…

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Have it All: Fishing, Hunting, Wine Tasting and a Spa

Set amidst orchards and vineyards, and nestled atop bluffs overlooking the Columbia River, Spanish Castle Resort is a proposed community designed with outdoor enthusiasts and their families in mind. SCJ Alliance participated in the master planning process for the development of the…

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Bringing Back a Boom Town

If there's one thing to know about the small community of Rock Island, Wash., it's that they bounce back. The town has endured booms and busts from the building of railroad bridges, dams and factories. Today, the population of just 746 people are…

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