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Building Insight Feature

Keith Wilder on Universal Design

Wilder Construction LLC has been featured in Building Insight magazine! Click Read More below and scroll to page 18 in the PDF version where Keith was interviewed on “Universal Design,” a building approach that incorporates accessibility and simple design techniques.  


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Framing New City Shop

Colville Maintenance Building

Wilder Construction LLC was featured in the Statesman-Examiner newspaper making front page headlines. TW Clark Construction LLC out of Spokane hired Wilder Construction to frame the new Colville City Maintenance Building that burned down last year. A shout out to Katie Dunn at the Statesman! Click on the Read More button to read the article:                                                    July 11,2016

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ROII Insurance Awards

Spokane Home Builders Association

 We made the paper again! One of the benefits of being a member of the Tri-County Home Builders Association (a chapter of the Spokane Home Builders Association) is the Return on Industrial Insurance (ROII) through a Labor & Industry incentive program. Local Tri-County members were awarded over $33K this year!` Companies included Colville Construction Company Inc; Dan R. Dalton, Eagle Foundation and Construction Inc; Floener Electric, Loon Lake Sand & Gravel LLC, Norstar Heating and Cooling Inc; Smith Construction, Wilder Construction LLC and Woodcrafter. SHBA awarded $1.8 million total for Spokane, Tri-Counties, Adams, Grant and Whitman counties. See full article by clicking on the Read More button:          July 15, 2016

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First TINY HOME

For the Homeless

Our first tiny home for the homeless is well underway. The Tri-County Home Builders Association is partnering with the Hope St. Project on providing tiny homes to relieve homelessness in Stevens County. Wilder Construction LLC was contracted with the Project funded by the Tri-County Community Health Fund to build these compact homes. Recently Katie Dunn at the Statesman Examiner wrote up an article and published it in the February 1st paper. Click on the button or Read All About It Here.                      February 3, 2017

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Tiny House Project

Takes Next Steps

Written by Jamie Henneman with The Independent of Chewelah, published April 5, 2017


Wilder, a custom builder and president of the Tri-County Home Builders Association, said he believes in the tiny house idea because helping people become homeowners creates an incentive.

“The American way of life includes home ownership and by offering someone a way to own a home it creates an incentive for them to be a part of society and get back into the mainstream if they have been homeless,” Wilder said. “Most people don’t understand the downward spiral of being homeless. If you are sleeping on a park bench and then go in to apply for a job, you are probably a bit dirty and smelly and you aren’t going to be able to give a potential boss a good impression like you would if you had slept in a bed and had a shower.”

Although Wilder had never built a tiny home before volunteering to be part of the Hope Street project, he said tiny homes follow some of the same codes and concepts as the custom homes he is used to building. 

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