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Juneau fighting suit over park project

Juneau is using the money it receives from visitors who arrive to the city via cruise ship to fight a lawsuit filed by the cruise industry alleging it is misusing those funds to develop a park featuring a life-sized whale sculpture a mile away from port.


Parametrix buys Taylor Engineering

By JOURNAL STAFF

Parametrix has acquired Taylor Engineering, giving it offices in Spokane, Pullman and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.


Asian-themed resort opens soon in Vegas

By JOURNAL STAFF

Thanks to some new financial backing, Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino is expected to open later this year on the North Strip of Las Vegas.


City Light facility eyed for landmark

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday voted to nominate Seattle City Light's modernist-style former Power Control Center at 157 Roy St. on Lower Queen Anne as a city landmark.


Seattle VA hospital braced for earthquakes

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Walsh Group installed 168 buckling-restrained braces in the eight-floor Nursing Tower and adjoining two-floor Community Living Center.

Critics question mine exploration near Alaska eagle preserve

By DAN JOLING

A Canadian company, backed by a Japanese metals firm, is spending millions to explore a copper and zinc deposit.


Faulty procedures caused gas blast

Oxygen was left in the system at a Benton County natural gas facility, leading to the 2014 explosion, according to regulators.


Repairs to NYC subway tunnel could take 3 years

The L train line was damaged by Superstorm Sandy.


42 Hanford workers checked for chemical vapor exposure

Last month, a tank leaked several thousand gallons of radioactive waste.


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NWCB 2016 Outstanding Project of the Year Awards
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Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2016 Excellence in Concrete Construction
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Bellevue Youth Theatre

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



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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