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IMCO's Fir Island Farm Estuary Restoration Project Received the Gold Award for Water Resources

Published by the Daily Journal of CommerceThe Skagit River is the largest tributary to Puget Sound and home to 10 salmon species, including the chinook, which is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.Chinook smolt... Read More

The DIRT Newsletter Highlights, Volume 26

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IMCO Receives 2016 AEC Excellence Award for Small Infrastructure Construction Collaboration

The IMCO team is proud to receive the 2016 AEC Excellence Award in the Small Infrastructure Construction Collaboration category for our work at Holden Mine. The award honors the team's collaborative use of advanced technology.... Read More

Yesler Way Bridge Over Fourth Avenue Gets a Makeover

Written by DANIEL DEMAY, SEATTLEPI.COM STAFFThe Yesler Way Bridge over Fourth Avenue in downtown Seattle is getting a facelift -- and mucking up traffic for the weekend in the process.Crews from the Seattle Department of... Read More

IMCO's Tyler Kimberley Recognized in 'ENR Northwest's Top Young Pros'

Written by John Guzzon of ENR Northwest"The Northwest is home to some of the most technologically sophisticated projects in the country. Whether related to building in the grand expanses that define the natural aspect of the area... Read More

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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