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Dike Breach Restores Salmon Habitat in Skagit County

King 5 NewsSKAGIT COUNTY, Wash. -- Monday morning the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife breached a dike at Fir Island Farms Estuary. The project will restore an estuary and water will flow across fields for the first... Read More

The DIRT Newsletter Highlights, Volume 25

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IMCO Crew at I-90 Bridge

Photos by Will Austin.

Fir Island Farm Project

Written by Beth Geiger, Volunteer WriterSee blogpost at WashingtonOnNature.orgA tiny juvenile salmon swims down the Skagit River toward Puget Sound. The finger-sized fish finally arrives in the tidal reaches of the lower Skagit.... Read More

The DIRT Newsletter Highlights, Volume 24

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IMCO's City of Tacoma Central Wastewater Treatment Plant Flood Protection Project Honored

City Receives State and National Awards for Flood Protection Project The City of Tacoma’s Environmental Services Department was recently awarded the Washington State American Public Works Association’s Chapter... Read More

Imhof takes 2016 Future Leadership Forum portfolio chair position

Imhof takes 2016 FLF portfolio chair positionFrank Imhof, of IMCO General Construction, Inc., will be joining AGC's Future Leadership Forum as the 2016 portfolio officer. Jake Jacobson of Osborne Construction... Read More

The DIRT Newsletter Highlights, Volume 23

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IMCO's Brent Richards recognized as one of ENR's Top 25 Newsmakers in 2015

On the night a massive landslide swamped state Route 53 near the community of Oso in Snohomish County, Wash.—killing 43 and seriously injuring 10—IMCO superintendent Brent Richards acted quickly to mobilize equipment and... Read More

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