Who leads Rafn? A 'construction nerd,' a one-time elevator operator and an MBA
By LYNN PORTER
Judge orders mediation for $175M guardrail verdict
Trinity Industries stopped shipping its ET-Plus guardrail systems until testing is done.
Equity Residential seeks artists to help on West Seattle project
By JOURNAL STAFF
Construction is underway on a six-story apartment project near the West Seattle Junction, and developer Equity Residential is looking for artists to work on the structure's 20 exterior support columns.
Flood control budget for 2015 totals $56M
The money will pay for work underway along the Green River, Cedar River, White River and Snoqualmie River basins.
Rehab of Astoria bridge won't be done until 2021
As of September, the project has cost $17.7 million and will likely end at close to $21.8 million.
Engineer honored for saving London in WWII
By JILL LAWLESS
Thomas Peirson Frank lead a secret squad who worked at night during World War II to repair bombed flood walls along the River Thames.
$8M trail through arboretum will start construction next spring
Search of treatment center that burned could take a week
The $12.5 million alcohol treatment center was scheduled to open next year.
Market sought for tree-thinning wood
Researchers are looking for ways to turn wood waste into energy, creating a market for smaller trees that would make forest-thinning economically viable.
Developer secures funds for 3 WTC
Developer Larry Silverstein has secured the funds to build his long-planned 3 World Trade Center.
Driver rams car into museum
Police in Bellingham, Washington, say a driver backing out of an angled parking spot hit the wrong pedal and rammed the back of her Mercedes into the Whatcom Children's Museum.
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