Brix Switching Contractors a Month Before Close

Capitol Hill Seattle hints that WG Clark has been fired from Brix and no longer on the site there (thanks to Rick for the tip, I’m clearly behind in reading my 1000+ Seattle neighborhood blogs.)

I confirmed with the folks at Brix that this is the case. Sounds like Schnitzer recognized that the project was running behind and decided to bring in two companies, Anderson and Charter, to finish the project. They hope that they’ll be able to maintain quality and increase efficiency with move-ins being delayed only a few months.

For anyone buying at Brix this is pretty unfortunate but its better that Schnitzer is taking quick decisive action rather than compromising either on quality or schedule to get the project done.

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For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive in the startup world but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent.

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  • sound sleeper

    “Im clearly behind in reading my 1000+ Seattle neighborhood blogs.”

    It’s summer, hire an intern to do it for you.

  • sound sleeper

    “I’m clearly behind in reading my 1000+ Seattle neighborhood blogs.”

    It’s summer, hire an intern to do it for you.