Cheney Free Press -

By Grace Pohl
Staff Intern 

Too much glass increases AH center's cost

Cuts help retain indoor pool, actually result in more space being created for recreation


September 14, 2017

The planned Airway Heights Recreation Center has been going through some growing pains to say the least as the initial cost of the building was more than expected – about $3.7 million more.

Back in May 2017, ALSC and Lydig were the chosen designers for the building, over the other finalist, ORB Architects and Absher Construction. The group presented basic concepts of the recreation center and conducted interviews with the committee. They then displayed preliminary concepts at an open house where they took feedback from residents, staff and stakeholders.

But after being chosen, the desig...

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