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Crescent Heights plans a tower on 4th, at Cherry and Columbia

By JOURNAL STAFF

Miami-based developer Crescent Heights filed preliminary plans with the city of Seattle for a mixed-use tower at 701 Fourth Ave.


With eye on adding foreign flights, Las Vegas airport plans expansion

By KIMBERLY PIERCEALL

Design and construction on seven extra gates is expected to cost $51 million, and could be finished by late 2016.


As towers go up, one big site still sitting empty

By JOURNAL STAFF

Triad shelved Civic Square in the recession, but the developer applied for a shoring and excavation permit in April, and a construction permit in June.


Contractor to hold trench rescue drill

By JOURNAL STAFF

For the second year, general contractor J.R. Hayes & Sons is holding trench rescue drills for county fire departments.


Senators call for federal help in preventing fires

By MARTHA BELLISLE

One element in the bill would eliminate “fire borrowing”: taking money from fire prevention to cover the costs of firefighting.


Montlake path to close for 520 work

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews working on the SR 520 bridge plan to close a popular bicycle and pedestrian route between the University of Washington and Capitol Hill for six months, starting as early as Monday.


RFQ out for help on Convention Center

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington State Convention Center wants to hire a firm to provide support services for the $1.4 billion expansion.


Company in Vikings stadium fatality had safety violations

The subcontractor involved in a fatal accident at the Minnesota Vikings stadium construction site has received nine citations for worksite safety violations in the past five years, according to public records.


In-N-Out opening first store in Oregon

The Medford In-N-Out is 3,750 square feet with 51 parking spaces and is similar in style to its other restaurants.


Fast-growing local school district is opening 13 green portables this fall

By SHANNON CARR-COHEN

Lake Washington School District's 13 new classrooms are expected to use half the energy of traditional portables.


Ride-on mowers recalled due to leaking gas tanks

About 4,400 ride-on lawn mowers are being recalled by Scag.


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Crews cleared trails, spread ground cover and performed light yard work.






Much has been said about the use of reclaimed and recycled materials, but many non-traditional building alternatives are often overlooked.



Crews cleared trails, spread ground cover and performed light yard work.


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