LMN wins Clemson University project
By JOURNAL STAFF
These labs just can’t be beat when it comes to sniffing out pollution
By WAYNE PARRY
Environmental Canine Services trains shelter dogs to find pollution all over the country, including at Bayview State Park in Washington state.
$108M transfer station opens in Wallingford
WSDOT giving away an old truss bridge
Feds pick Idaho site for $1.6B Navy waste facility
By KEITH RIDLER
Construction will start in 2019 on a facility to handle and store fuel waste from nuclear-powered warships.
The Cannery squeezes 54 units onto a challenging site in Pioneer Square
By BRIAN MILLER
Building anything in Pioneer Square is difficult enough, given the small lots, watery soil, lack of developable land and historic-preservation requirements.
Beaverton wants arts center to spur new development in Creekside District
By LYNN PORTER
Dakota pipeline delays cost $83 million per month
By DAVID PITT
A decision by the Corps of Engineers is expected to delay the opening date by several months.
Demo permit? Rats must go
A rat eradication program must be in place on the project site at least 15 days prior to the start of demolition or any clearing or grading.
Danger lurks in Detroit's obsolete power lines
By ED WHITE
To fix the problem, it could cost $35.7 million to remove 900 miles of overhead wire.
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