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Business Briefs - July 22, 2011
TRC completes new offices for Rice Fergus Miller Architecture
Tim Ryan Construction of Poulsbo has completed Rice Fergus Miller Architecture’s new offices at 275 Fifth St. in Bremerton.
The site has more than 22,700 square feet of professional office space, 9,300 square feet of below-grade parking and 3,200 square feet of lease space.
TRC and Rice Fergus Miller worked together to convert the former Sears Allstate Auto Center — a 1948 building that had been abandoned for 24 years — into the new offices and studio.
The project is conceived as a laboratory for innovative design and experimentation, combining sustainable energy and water use features with the recycling of an abandoned and forgotten downtown building shell.
The project is tracking for LEED Platinum certification. Once awarded, it will be the most efficient in the Puget Sound area, according to the companies.
Be Tempted boutique opens its doors in Seabeck
Be Tempted recently opened in Seabeck and is owned by Sondra Anderson and managed by Suzanne Arkless.
The boutique is a mother-daughter collaboration offering unique accessories, home decor items, jewelry, and gifts for all occasions.
It is located along the waterfront in Seabeck at 15398 Seabeck Hwy, Seabeck. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, and closed Mondays.
Kitsap Mental Health Services golf classic
Gold Mountain is set to host the KMHS Golf Classic Aug. 10.
Golfers will play the acclaimed Olympic Course. KMHS Tournament Team slots traditionally go fast, but two team slots remain available and there is still time to register for this premier event. Registration is $125, play begins at 1 p.m.
Kitsap Bank will serve a fifth year as Title Sponsor, and over forty local businesses are participating through various levels of event sponsorship.
Tournament proceeds benefit Kitsap Mental Health Services, the primary provider of mental health services for children, teens and adults in Kitsap County.
To register, see www.kitsapmentalhealth.org.