Worthys build own furniture for new tower

Parish, Linn
September 2006
Journal of Business (10756124);9/14/2006, Vol. 21 Issue 19, pA7
Trade Publication
The article repots on Worthy Enterprises Inc.'s construction of the 21-story, 328-room Davenport Tower in downtown Spokane, Washington. The company is manufacturing its own furniture for the building. According to Davenport spokesman Tom McArthur, the company is making 1,902 pieces of furniture and about 1,904 drawer faces.


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