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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

Port of Bellingham approves waterfront plans after years of struggle

BY JOHN STARKTHE BELLINGHAM HERALD, DECEMBER 3, 2013The Bellingham waterfront showing the former G-P plant and lagoon on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013 in Whatcom County .ANDY BRONSON — THE BELLINGHAM HERALDBELLINGHAM - It may be... Read More

Port Angeles Reuses Giant Tank and Old Waterline to Store CSOs

What do you do with a 5 million-gallon tank once it's no longer needed?The processing tank had been used by Rayonier for its pulp mill operations, but the city of Port Angeles figured out a way to reuse it to store combined sewer... Read More

The economic stakes: Key economic sectors and what they bring to B.C.

VANCOUVER SUNPublished April 26, 2013In this March 29, 2013 photo, a worker switches well heads during a short pause in the water pumping phase, at the site of a natural gas hydraulic fracturing and extraction operation run by... Read More

Raise A Village: IMCO Donates Materials, Employees Volunteer Labor

On Saturday March 16th, a group of over 100 volunteers, including IMCO employees and their families, braved the cloudy and sporadically rainy weather to support a new Housing Hope project at Woods Creek Village in Monroe,... 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 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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