The State of the City

Kyle Twohig

Lincoln Center: 1316 N. Lincoln, Spokane, Washington

We would like to thank everyone who attended the The State of the City event. We sincerely hope that you found it valuable.

Program Update! Mayor Condon, our original speaker for tomorrow's MAS program, has been unexpectedly called out of town this week. At the Mayor’s suggestion, Kyle Twohig, Engineering Operations Manager for the City of Spokane, will be speaking to our group. Kyle will he be delivering the “State of the City” on what the City is doing to encourage economic development in Spokane, both externally and internally, as well as discussing the capital projects within the City that he is managing. This includes the $300 million Integrated Clean Water Project and the approximately $50 million capital projects that are funded for this year. It promises to be a great presentation.

Kyle has over 10 years experience in construction project management: These projects include commercial, residential, and municipal. Kyle's emphasis on keeping projects within scope, schedule, and budget, has allowed him the opportunity to deliver the City's 2013 Construction Season under budget.

Kyle graduated from Loyola Marymount University and holds an MBA from Gonzaga University. Kyle began his career with Parsons Evergreen working on Air Force Base entrances (inc. Fairchild), then moved to the Inland Group to work within both the construction and development side of apartment complex building and development.  He is also a small business owner, and a volunteer board member for Evergreen Region Volleyball Association (ERVA). He enjoys all outdoor activities including volleyball, paddle boarding, and skiing and spending time with his wife.

Thank you to Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA) for sponsoring this program! HRA provides consulting services in cultural resource management, litigation support, and historical research since 1974. HRA's services include archaeological and historical background research; inventory and resource recording; archaeological site and historical resources eligibility assessment/evaluation; data recovery mitigation; Historical American Building Survey/Historical American Engineering Record recording; artifact processing and analysis; tribal consultation; preparation of compliance reports; Unanticipated Discovery Plans; and site protection plans.


Questions? Contact Emily Lewis at or Taryn Erickson at

RSVP by Monday, April 7th to guarantee your seat at this presentation

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