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IMCO LAUNCHES EMPLOYEE MATCH PROGRAM TO BENEFIT OSO

The IMCO team was part of the search and recovery efforts immediately following the mudslide in March of this year and we continue to be part of the rehabilitation efforts today, working with WSDOT and Snohomish County to open up... Read More

EVERETT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY: VIEW FROM THE TOP

New aerial and site photos show IMCO and the City of Everett's Water Pollution Control Facility Project underway. The majority of subcontractor packages are secured and earthwork activity has begun. IMCO's self-performed scope... Read More

TIYAN PARKWAY ON SCHEDULE DESPITE SETBACKS, RAIN

Posted by Webmaster on August 11, 2014 in Guam News | 0 Comment EditBY MANUEL CRUZJournal StaffThe first phase of the Tiyan Parkway project is on schedule for completion early next year despite initial setbacks and a temporary... Read More

IMCO crews wrapping up work along face of Culmback Dam this week

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White House Unveils $10B Rural Infrastructure Fund

The Obama administration has announced the launch of a $10-billion loan fund—initially drawing on private capital—to help finance water, electric-power and other infrastructure projects in rural areas.Agriculture Secretary Tom... Read More

$6M site restoration changing landscape near Oso mudslide

Equipment operators, archeologists and spotters — sometimes as many as 80 people — are screening about 200,000 cubic yards of debris, separating wood and waste, while looking for remains.  By ERIC STEVICK, The... Read More

Gov. Inslee tours Anacortes water plant

MOUNT VERNON — Gov. Jay Inslee toured the city of Anacortes’ new water treatment plant Tuesday to see an example of how local governments are practically addressing the effects of climate change.The $56 million facility on... Read More

Oso debris cleanup starts again

OSO — The debris fields east of Oso look much different in July.The small lakes from the heavy rains of March and April are gone.There is firmness to the sun-dried ground, a much altered-terrain from the aftermath of the March 22... Read More

Making Everything Shipshape

As Panama Canal Expands, West Coast Ports Scramble to Keep Big Cargo VesselsTACOMA, Wash. — As construction crews 5,000 miles away are working to widen the Panama Canal to allow much larger ships to sail straight to the East... Read More

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