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BUSINESS CLOSEUP SPONSORED SECTION DCI ENGINEERS Building the future through innovation and design excellence


This structural and civil engineering company started in Kirkland in 1988, and moved their corporate office to Seattle in 2010. Mark Aden, DCI Vice-President, moved to Spokane in 1998 to open this office, and the company now has additional offices in Portland, Eugene, Irvine, San Diego, and Austin. Mark says, “The company goal from the beginning was to be really good at what we do, take care of our clients like no one else, and then let them tell us how fast we should grow.”


(left to right) Dave Giordano, Associate Principal; Craig Crowley, Principal; Mark Aden, Principal; Wade Gelhausen, Associate; and Justin Cook, Associate


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tress the company values of Service, Innovation and Value, but let’s have fun doing it, too! DCI Engineers would like to break down your preconceptions of engineers, particularly when you are attending their rocking annual holiday open house.


From 20 total staff in one office in 1998 when expansion began outside Seattle, DCI has grown to a team of 165 in seven offices today. Spokane Managing Principal, Craig Crowley says, “It’s been a great 15 years in Spokane; we have built a company filled with enthusiastic and talented people, we enjoy the trust of fabulous clients, and we are in a community that embraces quality companies.” DCI has already been blessed to participate in exciting projects such as Martin Stadium at WSU, Ferris High School, McCarthey Arena at Gonzaga, and the McEuen and Parkside condominium towers in Coeur d’Alene. They can’t wait to see what’s next!


DCI Engineers, 601 W Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, (509) 455-4448, www.dci-engineers.com


ASHLEY FURNITURE HOMESTORE Quality furniture and a commitment to customer service


high-quality furniture for American families, Ashley Furniture is now more than 400 stores strong; each location is independently owned and operated.


The warm rustic beauty of the “Porter” bedroom collection is the perfect choice for any home environment.


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fter two decades as furniture retailers, Richard and Aggie Choi know a thing or two about customer service. From the time they opened the doors on their first furniture store, Choice Furniture in Albuquerque, NM in 1989 through today as owners of seven Ashley Furniture HomeStores in


Texas, New Mexico, and their newest location in Spokane, Richard and Aggie have made personalized service and growing roots in the community a cornerstone of their operating philosophy. Born more than 65 years ago out of the idea of making affordable,


At each location, customer service is the priority. “Customers are giving us rave reviews about the service they receive, and that’s one of the primary reasons they come back and shop with us again and again,” says Aggie. “Without our commitment to service before, during and after the sale this wouldn’t be the case.” From the moment customers walk in the door, they are quick to recognize that Ashley Furniture HomeStore offers a distinct shopping experience. The layout of the 40,000 + square foot showroom showcases the furniture the way you would have it in your home. Dozens of vignettes help you picture the furniture with professionally designed wall colors, matching rugs, lamps and accent pieces. The goal is to help you find your home inspiration - not just sell you a sofa. “We hope to continue to grow and to serve this great community,” says Aggie. “We want to be the number one trusted source for the best home furniture and accents.”


Ashley Furniture HomeStore, 10425 N Newport Hwy, Spokane, WA 99218 (509) 822-4999


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