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4 NW projects win AGC ‘Oscars'
Last week, the association picked the winners of the 2015 Alliant Build America Awards, and four Northwest projects made the list.

Old Harley dealership goes to the dogs

By JOURNAL STAFF

A 30,000-square-foot animal shelter for the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service opened last fall in a Spokane Valley building that formerly housed a Harley Davidson dealership.

Gantry crane rolls into position over pit

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle Tunnel Partners is getting ready for a big lift along the Seattle waterfront.

HBO takes four floors in Hill7

By JOURNAL STAFF

HBO will lease 112,000 square feet of office space in Touchstone Corp.’s Hill7.


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Continental starts Belltown apartments named for 12th Man

By JOURNAL STAFF

Continental Properties will break ground today on a 34-story apartment tower on the northwest corner of Second and Virginia.


Should UW keep More Hall Annex?

By JOURNAL STAFF

Historic Seattle wants people to urge the University of Washington to not raze the Nuclear Reactor Building — aka More Hall Annex — on its Seattle campus.

Antarctica tourists: Be prepared for the wild and unexpected

By LUIS ANDRES HENAO

A strong dose of humor, patience and humility — not to mention tens of thousands of dollars — are an essential part of any Antarctica vacation.

It's a record: 17M tons of waste at Hanford landfill

By JOURNAL STAFF

The landfill has a disposal trench the size of 52 football fields.


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TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Old Harley dealership goes to the dogs
Should UW keep More Hall Annex?

Business
Payday lenders face new federal regulations
Health care law paperwork costly for small businesses
Google CFO gets $70M for defecting
Utah drive-thrus can ban cyclists
Microsoft: Suppliers must give days off
Stocks drop, oil surges
Many lawmakers unhappy with new fracking rules

Construction
Safety changes at 520 bridge job site
4 NW projects win AGC ‘Oscars'
Gantry crane rolls into position over pit
Vietnam investigating scaffold collapse that killed 13 workers
Longview peroxides plant expanding
Amusement park pier to be rebuilt along Jersey shore
It's a record: 17M tons of waste at Hanford landfill
BLM revisits timber plan after groups complain
Rooftop club lawyer says ‘We’re dead’ if Cubs erect huge sign at Wrigley Field

Environment
Cat litter, salt closed nuclear waste dump
Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now
$1B water spending plan heads to Calif. governor

Weekend
Antarctica tourists: Be prepared for the wild and unexpected
London museum shows underwater world with a virtual dive exhibit
Strange But True!
At the Movies: Sean Penn flexes muscles in ‘Gunman'
After Hours: 'Gentle dreamscape' of glass orchids
Vietnam Memorial replica in Tacoma
Latin American architecture at MoMA

Real Estate
HBO takes four floors in Hill7
Florida city tops list of fastest-growing areas
Continental starts Belltown apartments named for 12th Man

Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now

By JONATHAN FAHEY

The U.S. should immediately begin a push to exploit its enormous trove of oil in the Arctic waters off of Alaska, or risk a renewed reliance on imported oil in the future, an Energy Department advisory council says in a study to be released today.


After Hours: 'Gentle dreamscape' of glass orchids

Seattle artist Debora Moore creates sculpted glass orchids inspired by her travels and love of nature. A show of her work called “Glass Orchidarium” opens May 16 at the Northwest African American Museum at 2300 S. Massachusetts St. in Seattle.




A new website offers plans, advice and a community of container home fans


Studios should rent for $2,000 to $3,000.


The UW won three awards and WSU won one at the regional Associated Schools of Construction student competition in Nevada.


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Wednesday
Sales of new homes surge to fastest pace in 7 years
It may take 6 months to figure out why N.C. scaffold fell, killing three workers
Mercy Housing expanding in Tacoma's Hilltop
Alaska DOT shifts money away from bike projects
Big changes coming to area around 23rd & Union in the Central District
FAA streamlines rules for drones
Restaurant to pay 11 workers $ 3M
Ex-billionaire owes $ 57M in back taxes
Plastic wrap prank could turn deadly
$ 16M sought for quake warning demo
Freeman grain site may be Superfund
Tribe seeks funds to move buildings
199 affordable units get upgrades in Everett and Lynnwood complexes
Apartment development: you ain't seen nothing yet
EPRI lab tries to solve the mystery of why manhole covers sometimes fly
States look into Premera attack
Alaska bill would pause spending on new schools
Tour focuses on Art Deco design
April 10 class on mechanical systems
West Consultants wins Corps contract
MAS offers tips on presentations
SAF talk focuses on films, buildings
Patano Studio wins green award
February billings rise for architects
Entries due for Headlines 2015
AmEx blues: Many leave home without it
Japanese audit shows millions wasted in Fukushima cleanup
Figure in scandal has long ties to auditor
Are you willing to pay for video clips online?
Stocks close broadly lower
Computer servers heat homes as Dutch test the ‘e-Radiator’
Redmond Oregon wants new design that will bring people to Mid-Town
Design Perspectives: After decades of talk, there's action on Lake2Bay



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