McKinstry combines LEED Gold, historic preservation at its new SIERR Building HQ

McKinstry combines LEED Gold, historic preservation at its new SIERR Building HQ

 McKinstry Station has won the following awards: National Trust for Historic Preservation National Honor Award — 2012 Washington State Historic Preservation Officer’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Historic Preservation — 2012 NAIOP Redevelopment/Renovation Development of Year Award — 2012 Award of Merit in the Restoration/Renovation category from Engineering News Record’s Best Projects 2012 competition City of Spokane Urban Design Awards — Mayor’s Choice 2013 First Place ASHRAE Technology Award at the Society Level in the Existing Commercial Office category — 2013

SPOKANE, WASH. — Trade is what made Spokane a settlement, but it was the railroad that made it a city. First came the Northern Pacific in 1881, soon followed by the Union Pacific, the Great Northern, and then the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroads.

By 1907 it was the first electrified city in Washington State with an electric streetcar system called the Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad (SIERR). The main SIERR Building was a 68,000-sq.ft. space to store and ma

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