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Women still rare in construction

By DAVID CRARY

Here’s the latest federal data: About 7.1 million Americans were employed in construction-related occupations last year — and only 2.6 percent were women.



Stillaguamish tribe opens new building to house natural resources department

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Stillaguamish Tribe's Natural Resources Department has moved into a new building at 22712 Sixth Ave. N.E. in Arlington.

Work stops on NYC pre-fab high-rise

A contractor has halted construction on a prefabricated residential high-rise near Brooklyn's Barclays Center and the Atlantic Terminal train yards.


32 apartments at 18th & Denny

By JOURNAL STAFF

Construction is starting on a four-story apartment building at the southwest corner of 18th Avenue and East Denny Way.


Eric Jones says recession was good time to start job as Foushee president

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

Jones
It's been five years since Eric Jones took over as president of the Bellevue-based construction company Foushee & Associates.


Meeting Friday on microhousing rules

By JOURNAL STAFF

A city council committee will meet Friday to discuss regulations for microhousing.


Atrium Place now Trulia Center

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Bellevue building formerly known as 110 Atrium Place is part of a growing trend of older office properties sporting a new look.


Feds: Post-fire logging plan strikes a balance

An estimated 210 million board feet will be harvested near Yosemite, enough to build about 14,000 homes. The first round of bids are due this week.


69-ton turbine tips; truck firm warned

A state spokesman says a trucker who drove a 69-ton turbine from Kansas to Oregon only to see it tip over a block from its destination wasn't carrying the proper endorsements for hauling the load.


Turbine powers new pool in Alaska

Bethel's new pool is getting a little wind power.


UAF students will get a 'strong floor'

Construction workers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks have poured the concrete on the state's first “strong floor,” which will allow engineering students to test heavy construction supplies such as bridge girders.


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