S2V 2018

[From left to right: Aaron Freedman, Pete Nelson, Brian Boram, David Branson, Albert Shum, Aaron Pambianco, Mark Carson, Greg Plaunt, John Reynolds, Peter Gray, Kevin Eckert, Sweet Tea Smith] As we do each August for the past 8 years, BUILD LLC and friends departed from our Seattle office and pedaled to Vancouver BC for the 9th annual Seattle to Vancouver invitational charity ride. This is our yearly opportunity to train up to our peak fitness, visit with old friends, and raise awareness and dollars for a worthy cause.
[Photo Credit: Brian Boram] Our official fundraising has now come to an end (though donations toward the cause are always accepted, of course), and as we do to commemorate each ride, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on another safely completed, 188 mile bike ride. While this year’s journey offered more liquid sunshine than most other years, which helped to
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Behind The Design 006: Get Space Vancouver by Jarod Hall of di’velept design

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Get Space Vancouver by Jarod Hall of di’velept design

Project Name
Jarod Hall

Project Location
Vancouver, WA

Firm Name
di’velept design

Architect’s Name
Jarod Hall

Project Design Team
Jarod Hall, Jeremy Larsen

AAI Engineering

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What was the marketing strategy behind acquiring this project?
We do a quite a bit of self storage, and our marketing strategy is that a good looking eye catching building will get more customers that some little sign placed out front.

What type of fee structure did you use on this project?
A fixed fee from the start of the project.

Is that your preferred fee structure?

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