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Central Steel cited for tunnel accident


While investigating the Feb. 12 accident, state safety regulators also found a dangerous rebar set-up.

$370M East Link segment coming up


Qualification statements from heavy-civil GC/CM contractors are due Friday on a big component of Sound Transit's East Link project.

Suit goes forward over dangerous road

Lawyers for the city of Everett failed to convince a judge to toss out a lawsuit that in part blames a faulty road design for a 2010 crash.

Modular builder Aries expands to the West


The firm is focusing on permanent buildings for education, healthcare and government; and temporary buildings for jobsites.

Eight low-income housing projects planned


The Washington State Housing Finance Commission approved $77 million in low-income housing tax credit financing for eight affordable housing projects in the state.

$134M eyed for oil spill recovery

The trustees overseeing $1 billion provided by BP PLC to jump-start recovery from the 2010 oil spill have proposed another 10 projects totaling $134 million. About $698 million has been spent in three previous rounds.

Homer Harbor shows off its 'starship Enterprise' offices


Future development of the harbor would add another boat basin to the northeast.

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Herrera is testing to see whether new soil mixes can remove more heavy metals and other pollutants from stormwater.

The UW won three awards and WSU won one at the regional Associated Schools of Construction student competition in Nevada.

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