Rehabilitation Project Gets Underway for Inarajan's As-Mina Bridge

By Kevin Kerrigan, Guam News. GUAM - Ground was broken Thursday morning on the "As-Mina" bridge rehabilitation project in Inarajan.The bridge is right next to the Chief Gadao statue.DPW Director Carl Dominguez said the bridge,... Read More

IMCO Team Competes In 2014 Ski to Sea Race

BELLINGHAM, WA - For the first time, IMCO competed in Ski to Sea. The team of eight particpated in the 93.5 mile relay race from Mt. Baker to Bellingham Bay. IMCO's team was made up of: Heather Cashman (cross-country skiing),... Read More

SR 530 Update: Oso Strong

OSO, WA - After over a month of supporting the search and recovery efforts following the Oso Landslide, IMCO received Notice to Proceed on the WSDOT SR530 Roadway Clearing project on May 6th. This contract transitioned IMCO’s... Read More

City wins award for water treatment plant project

 Posted Wednesday, May 21, 2014 5:30 amThe City of Anacortes has won a Project of the Year Award for 2013 for its water treatment plant expansion project completed in early 2013.The award is presented by the Washington Chapter of... Read More

Lynden Water Treatment Plant

Photo by Will Austin.

IMCO Hires Director of Technology Brian Smith

FERNDALE, WA –  Smith has been promoted to the newly created position at IMCO General Construction, Director of Technology. Brian was hired as a Senior BIM/Modeling Designer in 2013; quickly proving to be a leader whose expertise... Read More

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

Port of Bellingham

Photo by Will Austin.

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