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THE DIRT NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS, VOLUME 45

IMCO's quarterly newsletter highlights project updates, community involvement, and 2021 initiatives. dirt_highlights_-_volume_45_-_august_2021_-_optimized.pdf

THE DIRT NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS, VOLUME 44

IMCO's quarterly newsletter highlights project updates, community involvement, and 2021 initiatives. dirt_highlights_-_volume_44_-_spring_2021_-_web.pdf

'IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW' FEATURES IMCO, LEWISTON WATER TREATMENT PLANT PROJECT

The Idaho Business Review article by Alex Stevens highlights the City of Lewiston's new water treatment plant project which retrofits the existing 100-year-old infrastructure."The current... Read More

ENR's 2020 Photo Contest Winner

IMCO's Rocky Reach Trash Boom Float Installation project was featured in the ENR's 2020 Year in Construction Slideshow for it's winning photo taken by Will Austin of Will Austin Photography.The project was located in Wenatchee,... Read More

'Daily Journal of Commerce' Mukilteo Ferry Terminal Update

Daily Journal Commerce article by BENJAMIN MINNICKA link to the full article can be found here.Photos from Washington State Ferries [enlarge]Crews left the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal jobsite last... Read More

Meydenbauer Bay Park Dock Installation Photo Wins ENR 2018 Photo Contest

IMCO's Meydenbauer Bay Park dock installation was photographed by Will Austin Photography and this picture won the 2018 ENR photo contest! Congratulations Will!You can see this photo published in the January 28th issue of ... Read More

$139M Mukilteo Multimodal Terminal Opens Next Year

Written by Jennifer Rupp, CEG CorrespondentA link to the full article can be found here.“Investing in transportation infrastructure creates jobs and keeps our economy moving,” said U.S. Rep. Rick... Read More

IMCO Celebrates 40 Years in Business

By Ashley Kimberley, IMCO Director of MarketingThis month marks 40 years in business for IMCO. The company began in April of 1978 when Patti and Frank Imhof took a small loan from Frank’s dad,... Read More

Crews Remove What's Left of an 1890 Wooden Bridge Under Post Avenue

Daily Journal of Commerce article written By JON SILVERA link to the full article can be found here."Crews from IMCO Construction removed the 127-year-old Post... Read More

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