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IMCO Goes Ivy League - Harvard Session Steers transition

Imco Goes Ivy Leage – Harvard Session Steers transitionJanuary 6, 2016 By Patrick DowningFamily-owned businesses often don’t succeed with their second generation. About 30 percent of companies make that leap successfully, and... Read More

AEMA's 121st Annual Meeting honors Rio Tinto & Midas Gold Corp. for Environmental Excellence

December 15, 2015 Categories: Other NewsTwo American Mining Projects Honored for Environmental ExcellenceAEMA’s 121st Annual Meeting honors Rio Tinto & Midas Gold Corp.The American... Read More

New wall eases flooding fears at Tacoma's biggest waste-treatment plant

HIGHLIGHTSNew flood wall aims to protect Tacoma’s Central Wastewater Treatment Plant from flooding into the Puyallup RiverThe $9 million project was completed in late springFlooding at the plant could cost $10... Read More

NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION CONSUMER COUNCIL RECOGNIZES DISTINGUISHED PROJECT AWARDS AT ANNUAL CONFERENCE

The Northwest Construction Consumer Council (NWCCC) recognized six construction projects with Distinguished Project Awards at the organization’s Annual Conference in Everett. The projects were substantially completed in the... Read More

Holden Mine & Holden Village Evacuated Due to Wolverine Creek Fire

See the full Wolverine Creek Fire News Release

NEW TIYAN HIGHWAY OPENS

New route: Levi Santos, site foreman for IMCO General Construction, removes delineators to allow traffic access to the newly opened Maga'håga Highway between Maite and Tiyan, yesterday Mark Scott/Pacific Daily News/mscott5@... Read More

IMCO Recognized by AGC of WA, Given 4 Honors, Including The Grand Award for Construction Excellence for Work at Oso

As a team, IMCO is incredibly proud of the four awards the company was honored with on Thursday, May 14 at the AGC of Washington’s annual awards celebration. The event took place at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.IMCO won the... Read More

FACE-LIFT WORK IN SIGHT FOR I-90 TUNNELS

During a behind-the-scenes tour Tuesday, media members and WSDOT and Sound Transit employees view suspension cables that support the lid over Interstate 90 at Mount Baker in Seattle. The tunnels, which haven’t been upgraded... Read More

A PEEK AT THE WORK HAPPENING INSIDE THE I-90 TUNNELS

Some of our work can be pretty high profile. You can readily see our crews paving lanes, filling in potholes, helping out stranded drivers or even building a new bridge.Other times, it’s not as clear what’s going on when we have... Read More

COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AND WSDOT WIN AWARD FOR POST-MUDSLIDE ROAD REBUILD

OSO — The agencies that hurried to rebuild Highway 530 after the deadly mudslide here, which isolated Darrington from the rest of Snohomish County, are receiving national recognition for their work.  The American Public Works... Read More

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