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Subways sparkle, but does cleaning decrease coronavirus risk?

By DAVID PORTER

Cleaning a train car overnight — or even several times during the day — might not help someone stuck in close quarters with a coughing person.


Weber Thompson moving its offices in search of even greener pastures

By JOURNAL STAFF

Architecture firm Weber Thompson at year's end plans to move to the super-green Watershed building, leaving behind the super-green but older Terry Thomas building — both Seattle projects it designed.

Climate activists protest from tower crane above Notre Dame Cathedral

The crane is being used to help remove tons of scaffolding surrounding the monument for a prior renovation effort that had been under way when the fire broke out. The scaffolding was deformed in the fire.


Seward may raze site tied to 1st Alaska flag

By MARK THIESSEN

The city could remove hazardous materials and demolish two buildings, then construct a memorial.


Cyprus starts building its 1st natural gas terminal

The $327.5 million plant is expected to be the country’s costliest energy project.


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ACEC 2020 Engineering Excellence Awards
National finalist: Platinum award
Transportation

Jacobs Engineering Group

Project: Keechelus Lake avalanche bridges
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Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2019 Excellence in Concrete Construction
Award Winners
GRAND AWARD
Infrastructure (transportation)
Project: Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement/SR 99 tunnel
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