Premier Business Centers to Open New Flexible Workspace Location in Spokane Washington

Crescent Executive Suites Spokane Flexible Office SpaceCrescent Executive Suites to Provide Spokane with Flexible Workspace

Irvine, California based Premier Business Centers, one of the largest privately owned flexible workspace operators in the USA, is opening its first location in Spokane, Washington. Premier continues to expand with 82 locations in 11 states plus the District of Columbia. Premier’s new Crescent Executive Suites provides flexible workspaces at 707 West Main Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201 

Imagine your new office in Premier’s stunning new coworking and business center, strategically placed in a Class “A”, mid-rise building in Spokane’s Central Business District. Premier will have 12,255 square feet of flexible workspace on the 2nd floor in the Crescent Building, a fully restored 7-story historic mixed use building which sits across from River Park Square. Connected to the rest of Downtown Spokane via the Skywalks, patrons will enjoy a plethora of shops, cafes, restaurants, and more. Modern looking coworking lounge, 61 turn-key offices and mini-suites range from 96 to 500 sq. ft. and provide comfortable work spaces for 1 to 6 people. Continue reading “Premier Business Centers to Open New Flexible Workspace Location in Spokane Washington”

Laura Skaer American Mining Executive Director to Testify Before Congress

Laura Skaer, Executive Director of the American Exploration & Mining Association (AEMA) will testify Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources oversight hearing examining the Presidential Memorandum issued on November 3, 2015 entitled, “Mitigating Impacts on Natural Resources from Development and Encouraging Related Private Investment.”

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Two American Mining Projects Honored for Environmental Excellence

The
American Exploration & Mining Association’s (AEMA) honored two
American mining projects with Environmental Excellence awards at the 121st
Annual Meeting last
week in Spokane, WA.  Rio Tinto’s Legacy Management Group was
recognized for their outstanding work in reclaiming the historic Holden
Mine Site in Holden Village, WA, and Midas Gold Corp. was recognized for
voluntarily reclaiming pre-existing disturbance,
improving water quality and restoring fish habitat at its Stibnite Gold
Project in Valley County, Idaho.

Laura Skaer, AEMA Executive Director said
“AEMA annually recognizes stand out projects like Rio Tinto’s
Holden Mine project and Midas Gold’s Stibnite Gold Project. They emulate
the mining industry’s commitment to sustainable mining practices,
environmental stewardship and community care.”
Both
projects were undertaken, implementing state of the art reclamation
techniques to improve fish habitat and protect air and water quality,
all while keeping the environment,
sustainability and the surrounding community in mind.
Holden Mine Cleanup Project Manager Dave Cline said,
“Rio Tinto’s goal is to complete the remediation of past environmental problems at the old Holden Mine site
safely, cost-effectively,
and in a way that creates a sustainable socioeconomic future for Holden Village and other nearby communities.
With
the construction of a water treatment plant at the site and on-going
environmental monitoring, Rio Tinto is committed to the project for
the long term. We are
honored to receive this award and appreciate AEMA’s recognition of our efforts.”
The
Annual Meeting is the second largest annual mining convention in the
U.S., it featured 242 exhibitors, a core shack, over 30 short course and
technical sessions, and
two field trips to area mines, bringing more than 1,700 people to
Spokane, WA.

American
Exploration & Mining Association (AEMA) is a 121-year old, 2,100
member national association representing the minerals industry with
members residing in 42 U.S.
states, seven Canadian provinces or territories, and 10 other
countries. AEMA is the recognized national voice for exploration, the
junior mining sector, and maintaining access to public lands, and
represents the entire mining life cycle, from exploration
to reclamation and closure.