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NWAIA honors 11 design projects

By JOURNAL STAFF

Eleven projects won 2016 Design Awards from the Northwest Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.


Jensen Maritime designs escort tugs

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle-based Jensen Maritime is providing design services on two escort tugs for McAllister Towing.


Bellevue kids' museum opening in January in former doll museum

By JOURNAL STAFF

GLY Construction is remodeling the building, which will allow the interactive museum to double its exhibit space to 10,000 square feet.

MG2 says coming to Seattle was a good move

By LYNN PORTER

Mitch Smith, the CEO and chairman of MG2, said his architecture firm is reaping unexpected benefits after moving its headquarters from Bellevue to Seattle a year ago.


Montlake Triangle/Rainier Vista wins top award

By JOURNAL STAFF

Montlake Triangle and Rainier Vista, which connect the University of Washington campus with Sound Transit's new light rail station, won top honors as an outstanding local civil engineering achievement from the American Society of Civil Engineers.


New-home sales at 8-year high

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

Sales jumped 16.6 percent last month.


Yellowstone Lake Hotel is turning 125 this year

By BRETT FRENCH

Architect Robert Reamer was only 29 when he designed the landmark hotel. He went on to design Old Faithful Lodge and 25 other structures in the park.


Rising housing market lifts builders, home goods sellers

Groundbreakings are running ahead of last year's pace, largely because of a dramatic increase in the construction of single-family houses, especially in the Midwest and South.


Friends, Romans: Help protect Rome's ruins

The city is seeking sponsors to “adopt” and maintain fountains, statues, historic palazzos and temples.


Broken pipe spews 21,000 gallons of oil in California

Shell Pipeline Co. said a response team was clearing contaminated soil and helping officials monitor air, water and ground conditions in mostly farm and pastureland near Tracy, about an hour east of San Francisco.


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Asaskusa Tourist Information Center in Tokyo, Japan, was designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates and completed in 2012.



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NWCB 2016 Outstanding Project of the Year Awards
Contractor: Performance Contracting

Contractor: Performance Contracting

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Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2016 Excellence in Concrete Construction
Award Winners

Bellevue Youth Theatre

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Elevated levels can decrease performance and lead to lethargy, headaches and even death.



Our wet climate poses health, life-safety and structural concerns on buildings made with cross-laminated timber panels.


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