Alexandria starts 1818 Fairview; no signed tenant, but it has a dock
By BRIAN MILLER
Back in 2008, Washington Holdings started planning a project called The Atrium at 1818 Fairview Ave. N., on land that was leased from the state.
McCormick re-launches master planned project in Port Orchard area
By JOURNAL STAFF
Two contractor appeals are delaying prototypes for Trump's border wall
By ELLIOT SPAGAT
The CEO of one of the firms, Penna Group, said, “The project is way too complex for the type of time they've had to put it together... It's epic construction."
Cleanup plan for NYC radioactive site
The federal government has announced its plan to clean up a Superfund site in New York City where radioactive material was once processed to develop the world's first atomic bomb.
Tacoma Red Lion to become Holiday Inn after $5M rehab
10,000 tourists evacuate after PCL project mishap
PCL told a North Carolina utility it drove a steel casing into an transmission cable while working on a bridge, cutting off power to coastal islands.
Judge recommends construction permit for contested $1.4B Hawaiian telescope
By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER
But, telescope officials say they plan to build in Spain's Canary Islands if they can't build in Hawaii.
Michigan crew finds centuries-old road
Construction crews in western Michigan have uncovered a centuries-old road beneath a roadbed.
Coal plant to keep going for another year in Wyoming
Wyoming had required PacifiCorp by the end of 2017 to either install expensive equipment to reduce the unit's emissions, convert the unit to burning natural gas or shut it down.
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