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New digs for Old Spaghetti Factory in Tacoma

By JOURNAL STAFF

The restaurant reopened last month in a space at Pacific Plaza that previously housed Tacoma City Grocer.


Massive gas leak near Los Angeles plugged

By BRIAN MELLEY

A blowout at a natural gas well that gushed uncontrollably for 16 weeks and drove thousands of residents from their Los Angeles homes was plugged Thursday, a utility said.


mw|works cabin wins AIA award

By JOURNAL STAFF

A cabin in Lakebay designed by Seattle-based mw|works won a 2016 Institute Honor Award for Architecture.


Bend students will live in former COCC dorm

Oregon State University's Cascades campus plans to house incoming freshmen at Central Oregon Community College's former residence hall.


Dead worker's family awarded $53M in Texas

Angel Garcia was working in 2013 when a section of concrete fell onto the demolition equipment he was operating.


Venezuela malls cut hours amid energy rationing

Venezuela's socialist government says more than 100 malls will have to close or generate their own power four hours each day.


Oregon city seeks to redevelop old veneer mill

By SAUL HUBBARD

The 42-acre property west of Interstate 5 was put up for sale after a major fire in 2008.


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With more than 17 percent of the craft workers retiring in the next five years it is more important than ever to train tomorrow’s construction workers.





ACEC 2016 Engineering Excellence Awards:


T.Y. Lin International
Project: Port Mann Bridge/Highway 1

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Tom Paladino’s company was on the design team for The Tower at PNC in Pittsburgh and he says the project changed his life.



With more than 17 percent of the craft workers retiring in the next five years it is more important than ever to train tomorrow’s construction workers.


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