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Kick-off event in Everett for Fisherman's Harbor
Image courtesy of Port of Everett
The Port of Everett will hold a kick-off celebration from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday for the final phase of the Everett Shipyard environmental cleanup.

U of I is building $49M center to spark ideas and innovation

One example of research is wildfire, with people studying fire behavior, economists looking at financial impacts and others focusing on climate change.

SDOT holds a ‘pop-up' open house on Dexter

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Seattle Department of Transportation says there have been 80 collisions in the past three years on Dexter Avenue North between Denny Way and Mercer Street.

Design Perspectives: Seattle's traffic congestion going nowhere fast

By CLAIR ENLOW

As of this summer, Seattle ranks fourth nationally for traffic congestion in a study by TomTom, the Dutch GPS maker. The study measured delays and only Los Angeles, San Francisco and Honolulu are worse. East Coast cities like New York and Boston are less congested.

Quotes by Big Charts

Karen Campbell
Graphite Design Group
Kris Swanson
DCI Engineers
Mike Langston
Freiheit & Ho Architects
Darlene Siegel
ESA Vigil-Agrimis




Ore. eyes a wildlife overpass

By DYLAN J. DARLING

Two underpasses near Sunriver are working so well that officials now are considering an overpass for wildlife.


WSDOT opens new Sprague ramps in Tacoma

By JOURNAL STAFF

WSDOT on Sunday opened two on-ramps connecting South Sprague Avenue to Interstate 5 in Tacoma. The ramps were the last major piece of the $114 million eastbound state Route 16 project being built by Mowat Construction.

$78,000 bid for New England's tallest lighthouse

By PATRICK WHITTLE

Boon Island Light Station is on a tiny rocky island 6 miles off Maine's coast.



A Tacoma shipping company installed rain gardens three years ago to control stormwater runoff. Today, the gardens are a model for other businesses.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Design Perspectives: Seattle's traffic congestion going nowhere fast
Playground, sprayground open at Tacoma's SERA
Hanson Professional Services
Lecture on Seattle Olmstead parks
West is awarded $6M Corps contract
ESA Vigil-Agrimis
NAC|Architecture changes leadership
Learn about the Nicaragua canal
Tour Capitol Hill's ‘rich life' district
Freiheit & Ho Architects
DCI Engineers
ASLA: outlook is brightening
McGilvra Elementary may be a landmark
Graphite Design Group
HOK to acquire 360 Architecture
U of I is building $49M center to spark ideas and innovation
Mideast team picked from 14 bids to develop one Suez mega project
SDOT holds a ‘pop-up' open house on Dexter
H3o says its Monroe project will be ‘like a skateboard park on the water'
A collapsing high rise and other unique challenges of North Korean construction

Business
How one U.S. factory fought cheap imports
Shipping rise bodes well for world trade
Construction rebound helps stock market
Colleges add luxury touches to stadiums

Construction
WSDOT opens new Sprague ramps in Tacoma
Anchorage short $300M for project
Construction delays Idaho school start
Lucrative Grand Canyon contract up for bid again
Customer killed by forklift in Lynnwood
$200M sought to upgrade Oregon schools for quakes
Oregon rejects coal terminal
Home construction jumps 15.7% in July

Environment
Kick-off event in Everett for Fisherman's Harbor
Ore. eyes a wildlife overpass

Real Estate
Spokane may register foreclosed homes
Essex buys Bellevue units for $58.5M
Spokane OKs new skywalk
$78,000 bid for New England's tallest lighthouse

Lucrative Grand Canyon contract up for bid again

By FELICIA FONSECA

The contract first went out for bid a year ago but none of the bids were responsive.


Playground, sprayground open at Tacoma's SERA

By JOURNAL STAFF

The $3.4 million project is at 3873 S. 66th St. and includes a 6,000-square-foot playground, 5,000-square-foot sprayground, restroom and mechanical room.


Do you have renderings or photos of recent projects? Share them with DJC readers. Send high-resolution images and information to maude.scott@djc.com.






Two finalists will go on expense-paid trips to a championship event at a “high profile” venue.


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