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IMCO Office Building Awarded Prestigious LEED Green Building Certification

IMCO General Construction's office building and headquarters in Ferndale got LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.The building was finished in 2010 and is owned by Patti and Frank Imhof, owners and founders of... Read More

IMCO General Construction crews begin work at Priest Rapids fish hatchery in Eastern Washington.

FERNDALE, WA- IMCO General Construction of Ferndale, Washington is mobilizing onsite to begin an extensive $15.7 Million renovation and expansion of the Priest Rapids Fall Chinook Hatchery facility located in Mattawa, Washington... Read More

GUANTANAMO BAY: NOT AN EXILE

IMCO crews have nearly completed the first of four phases of contract work for Lakeshore/TolTest. Each phase of the project consists of essentially the same work package. IMCO crews are demolishing approximately 20 homes, each of... Read More

IMCO ADDS TO EQUIPMENT FLEET

IMCO is the proud owner of a brand new piece of very cool construction equipment, an APE RoboVibe. The new RoboVibe will allow IMCO operators to drive sheet pile on projects without a crane.  It uses uses vibration techniques... Read More

IMCO secures two new construction contracts in Idaho & Washington

IMCO General Construction received “Notice to Proceed” on two new construction projects in Twin Falls, Idaho and Everett, Washington. The Everett Water Transmission Line 5 Project at Skipley Road and the Twin Falls Wastewater... Read More

Whatcom Business Person of the Year: Imhof to receive Lifetime Achievement

Frank Imhof, the founder and president of IMCO General Construction, also will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Headed for a career in agriculture as a young man, he discovered a passion for construction, borrowed... Read More

Anacortes building a $56M water plant

Link to articleBy KATIE ZEMTSEFFJournal Staff Reporter The city of Arlington just built a 10-acre wetland that doubles as a park and treats all the stormwater from the city's downtown streets.The wetland is next to Arlington's... Read More

Arlington's new park also treats stormwater from city streets

By KATIE ZEMTSEFFJournal Staff Reporter The city of Arlington just built a 10-acre wetland that doubles as a park and treats all the stormwater from the city's downtown streets.The wetland is next to Arlington's wastewater... Read More

$35M wastewater plant upgrade good for Arlington, river, sound

Arlington's $35 million wastewater treatment plant upgrade means that treated water released into the nearby Stillaguamish River is 15 times cleaner than before.Jim Kelly, Arlington public works director, said the plant needed to... Read More

IMCO Recognized for Route 2 Work in Guam

Before IMCO took over the Route 2 project in Guam, an unfinished culvert project sat idle while a river flowing under Route 2 ate away more and more of the earth beneath the asphalt, and concrete barriers eroded deeper into the... Read More

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