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Fentress to design Paine Field terminal
Image courtesy of Propeller Airports
Fentress Architects, which designed the Central Terminal at Sea-Tac Airport and Denver International Airport, has been selected to design the new passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett.

Here's how Amazon got you to pay a fee to shop

By MAE ANDERSON

Prime members spend about four times what others do, and account for about a third of all Amazon purchases.

NBBJ and Visual Vocal create a VR design tool

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Seattle architecture firm NBBJ is partnering with a startup called Visual Vocal to develop a virtual reality tool that will help clients visualize and give feedback on projects during design.

Seattle ranks 8th on 2016 Walk Score list

By JOURNAL STAFF

It's getting easier to walk to shops, restaurants, schools and parks in America's largest cities.


Quotes by Big Charts

Leslie Alexandre
Life Science Washington
Chan Cheang
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NWCB 2016 Outstanding Project of the Year Awards
Contractor: Performance Contracting

Contractor: Performance Contracting

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At the Movies: Key & Peele's ‘Keanu' hugely entertaining

By JAKE COYLE

If you dropped a cute kitten into Michael Mann's “Heat,” would Robert De Niro have gone all soft and goo-goo eyed? Might Wesley Snipes' drug empire in “New Jack City” been brought to its knees by a cuddly face with whiskers? Could Al Pacino's rage in “Scarface” have been melted away by a feline “little friend”?

California seeks $90M from utility over deadly wildfire

By JANIE HAR

Cal Fire blamed the utility and its contractors for a tree that touched a power line, sparking a 2015 fire that caused about $300 million in insured losses.


Paccar opens $32M Renton parts warehouse

By JOURNAL STAFF

The building has high-tech stock-picking equipment with built-in weight scales and a custom parcel conveyor.



Do you have renderings or photos of recent projects? Share them with DJC readers. Send high-resolution images and information to maude.scott@djc.com.




Elevated levels can decrease performance and lead to lethargy, headaches and even death.




TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
No seismic fixes for Eugene City Hall
California OKs $64B high-speed rail plan
Fentress to design Paine Field terminal
Seattle ranks 8th on 2016 Walk Score list
NBBJ and Visual Vocal create a VR design tool
New statue celebrates park designer Frederick Olmsted

Business
Health premiums expected to jump this year
Harvard gets $21M gift to research happiness
Here's how Amazon got you to pay a fee to shop
$1.53 an hour for lawyer fees? Fla. court says no
Apple pulls stocks lower
Two firms bid for psychiatric hospitals
$290 Kindle Oasis aims to be luxury e-book reader

Construction
Now arriving at UW Station: artistic walls
It’s a Renaissance: stucco and terrazzo are back
Paccar opens $32M Renton parts warehouse
Renovation/Restoration Commercial Washington
Drywall can be reused, again and again
Exterior Panelization Washington
Interior Commercial Oregon
Light-Gauge Steel Framing Commercial Oregon

Interior Residential Oregon
Exterior Renovation Commercial Oregon
Suspended Ceiling Commercial Washington
Exterior Commercial Washington
Suspended Ceiling Commercial Oregon
Interior Renovation Commercial Oregon
Exterior Panelization Oregon
Interior Commercial Washington
Light-Gauge Steel Framing Commercial Washington

Interior Commercial Eastern Washington
Interior Restoration Commercial Oregon
Exterior Commercial Oregon
Exterior Commercial Alaska
$320M ice wall at Fukushima plant could leak 50 tons of tainted water each day
Hawaii church tries igloos to house homeless families

Environment
California seeks $90M from utility over deadly wildfire
Lead found in 6 more schools in Tacoma

Weekend
Try a 3,000-mile trip through Europe on a rented motorcycle
Video shows more violence against tourists in Thailand
Strange But True!
At the Movies: Key & Peele's ‘Keanu' hugely entertaining
After Hours: Puyallup RV Show goes thru Sunday
Big Ben to be shut for repairs
Grizzly bears star at Grand Teton

Real Estate
Richland rejects plan for public market


Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2016 Excellence in Concrete Construction
Award Winners

Bellevue Youth Theatre

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Try a 3,000-mile trip through Europe on a rented motorcycle

By ERIK SCHELZIG

Gingerly balancing on the foot pegs of the big Ducati motorcycle, I turned the machine down a dirt-path hill between olive trees and grape vines.

New statue celebrates park designer Frederick Olmsted

By BETH J. HARPAZ

His genius was in creating the illusion of nature in manmade environments.


$290 Kindle Oasis aims to be luxury e-book reader

By MAE ANDERSON

The Kindle Oasis is Amazon's sleekest, lightest e-book reader yet — and at $290, unnecessary unless you're a die-hard reader.


After Hours: Puyallup RV Show goes thru Sunday

The Puyallup RV Show runs through Sunday at the Washington State Fair Event Center in Puyallup.


Kengo Kuma to lecture today and tomorrow



Half of the new Lake Washington floating bridge is open to traffic and the other half will open later this month.



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Tuesday
Two events here look at putting lids on freeways
Urban Visions refines design for ‘S' campus next to Interstate 90
Judge upholds ‘gold clause' in lease for Ohio building
Pipeline developers vow to fight New York's rejection of permit
Central Co-op wants grocery near Capitol Hill station
Track Bertha's dig under the viaduct
SPU to remodel operations facility
Equipment stolen from Ore. fire station
N.C. fire sparked by highway work
Dubai wants more driverless car trips
WSCC, Skanska-Hunt resolve their dispute
Ore. airport to get runway upgrade
Longview plant starts $ 22M expansion
520 bridge open in both directions
$ 720,000 in fines for Tesoro refinery
Firm hired to study state gambling
Permanent fix due for big I-5 pothole
Feds have plan to fight Idaho potato pest
Group may sue over Boise River pollution
Salmon River could get navigable designation
Stocks slip as oil falls
John Wayne Pioneer Trail meetings in May
Tribe gets $ 200,000 for salmon study
Feds deciding if coal-export project at Cherry Point violates tribal rights
Alaska aquarium heated, cooled by seawater — not fossil fuels
NEBC lunch on Olympia's sea rise plan
Wildfire rehab going well in Idaho, Oregon
$ 67B cable deal: What about consumers?
Fraud probe could close ski resorts
New-home sales down for 3rd straight month
Kenai residents each billed $ 6,300 for paving project they didn't want
Man steals forklift, trashes inside of Vegas warehouse
Pricing goods in an era of Web shopping
Earthquake report spurs retrofits in Utah, Nevada


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