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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.



Gantry crane rolls into position over pit

By JOURNAL STAFF

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


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.


HBO takes four floors in Hill7

By JOURNAL STAFF

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


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.

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.


Vietnam investigating scaffold collapse that killed 13 workers

By MINH V. TRAN

More than 40 workers were on the scaffolding for nearly an hour when it shook twice, sending them running to an elevator before someone stopped them saying there was no problem.


4 NW projects win AGC ‘Oscars'

By JOURNAL STAFF

Last week, the association picked the winners of the 2015 Alliant Build America Awards, and four Northwest projects made the list.


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.


Amusement park pier to be rebuilt along Jersey shore

The pier will have 23 rides open this summer.


BLM revisits timber plan after groups complain

A timber sale plan calls for 236 acres of regeneration harvest, leaving six to eight large trees standing per acre, and 33 acres of thinning.


Rooftop club lawyer says ‘We’re dead’ if Cubs erect huge sign at Wrigley Field

By MICHAEL TARM

The video board would block views of games from rooftop clubs across the street from the stadium.


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

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

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