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Spane Buildings – Northwest Excellence Since 1945

Spane Buildings – Northwest Excellence Since 1945
Catherine Madera

by Catherine Madera

 

Awards. Photo credit Spane Buildings

Longevity as a Northwest family-owned business for 69 years is only one of the reasons Spane Buildings stands out from the competition. From arenas and stables to garages and homes, Spane has erected thousands of buildings over the years, winning numerous awards including Builder of the Year (through SICBA) and recognition for creating a “best building.”

“We are committed to providing buildings that are completed on time, on budget, and are known for their beauty, functionality and long-lasting value,” says president Jim Spane. “All of these things also serve as metaphors for how we run our business.”

A lifelong Northwesterner, Jim grew up in the construction business and watched his father and company founder Victor Spane model honesty, strong ethics and a heart for the community. He continues this commitment by supporting local business and non-profit organizations and employing the finest local craftsmen. The company has a custom approach for each client, ensuring their unique needs and wants are met in a finished building they can be proud of for many years. Recently, Spane Buildings renovated an early structure on the Stanwood Community Fairgrounds in Washington, honoring Victor Spane as well as supporting the local community.

“We recognize that much of what we do could be seen as unnecessary by our competition, but this is what makes us who we are,” says Jim.

Spane Buildings is no stranger to farming and equestrian endeavors and has provided some of the highest quality facilities in the area, both for the hobby farmer and also for the serious professional equestrian. They stand by their work 100% of the time. Visit the website to see some of the buildings and review customer testimonials. www.spane.com

 

Published February 2014 Issue

 

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Catherine Madera

Catherine Madera attended Walla Walla University in Eastern Washington where she majored in communications/journalism. After winning a national competition for Guideposts Magazine in 2004, Catherine concentrated on non-fiction inspirational stories. Since then, she has published numerous personal and ghosted stories for Guideposts and their affiliate publications. Catherine has published in many regional and national magazines/newspapers and her work is included in several anthologies. She specializes in equine-related topics and profiles and serves as editor of The Northwest Horse Source. In 2010 Catherine’s non-fiction story, A Hero’s Work, received the Merial Human-Animal Bond award given by American Horse Publications. She has also authored three works of fiction and provides editing/writing assistance through Word Horse Writing Services.

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