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Ground Breaks on Tiyan Parkway, One Homeowner Refuses to Leave

GUAM -  The Tiyan Parkway Project is now officially underway with the ground breaking of phase one celebrated this morning. The next phase of the project still faces some challenges however as one of the landowners directly... Read More

Decades of Toxic Waste Dredged from the Duwamish

Waste from industry is being dredged up from the Lower Duwamish Waterway, dumped on barges, then onto rail cars, then moved to a disposal site in Klickitat County. By 2015, enough muck will have been hauled away to fill... Read More

Bremerton's biggest water pipe coming back together

BREMERTON — It had sprung a few leaks in its 58-year life. But public works crews were astonished at what they found when they removed the aged water line underneath the Warren Avenue Bridge. Water dripping from the sidewalk... Read More

Construction Projects Abound at Paine Field

Underground SurprisePAE closed its general aviation runway on May 20 and moved traffic to its main runway, 16R-34L, to facilitate reconstruction. Reid Middleton, the project’s design, engineering and construction... Read More

Port of Bellingham approves waterfront plans after years of struggle

BY JOHN STARKTHE BELLINGHAM HERALD, DECEMBER 3, 2013The Bellingham waterfront showing the former G-P plant and lagoon on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013 in Whatcom County .ANDY BRONSON — THE BELLINGHAM HERALDRELATED STORIES:Bellingham... Read More

Port Angeles Reuses Giant Tank and Old Waterline to Store CSOs

What do you do with a 5 million-gallon tank once it's no longer needed?The processing tank had been used by Rayonier for its pulp mill operations, but the city of Port Angeles figured out a way to reuse it to store combined sewer... Read More

Everett WPCF Subcontractor Opportunities Meeting at Tulalip

EVERETT — About $20 million worth of subcontracting work is expected to be part of the $50 million Phase C of Everett's water treatment plant project.Imco General Construction of Bellingham was selected last year as the project's... Read More

Anacortes Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The ribbon was cut last week on Anacortes' new $57 million water treatment plant on River Bend Road near Mount Vernon.Built by Imco General Construction, the project replaces an aging plant with one capable of treating 42 million... Read More

The economic stakes: Key economic sectors and what they bring to B.C.

VANCOUVER SUNPublished April 26, 2013In this March 29, 2013 photo, a worker switches well heads during a short pause in the water pumping phase, at the site of a natural gas hydraulic fracturing and extraction operation run by... Read More

IMCO Wins $10.5M Contract to Clean Up Duwamish Site

By Journal Staff:The Port of Seattle has awarded a $10.5 million contract to Imco General Construction for cleanup along the waterfront at Terminal 117 in the South Park area.Beginning in May, Imco will remove contaminated upland... Read More

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