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Groups: EPA has dragged heels on oil dispersant rules

By JANET McCONNAUGHEY

Environmental groups and women from Alaska and Louisiana say the Environmental Protection Agency has dragged its heels on issuing rules for oil spill dispersants, and they're ready to sue to demand them.

Trammell Crow nabs Bellevue Cadillac site in $46M deal

By BRIAN MILLER

Trammell Crow Co. has acquired the 2.6-acre Bellevue Cadillac property at 1001 106th Ave. N.E. in downtown Bellevue. The buyer of record was 1001 Bellevue Venture LLC, with a gross sales price of $46 million. King County recorded the sale on Monday.



$1.2B bus plan starts with an interim base in Tukwila

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

King County Metro wants to open it by April 2020, and use it for at least five years.


Ferries, salmon in $10B transpo budget

Democrats in the Washington House have released their two-year transportation budget proposal, with $9.9 billion in spending for projects including one new hybrid-electric ferry and conversion of two more.


Seattle DCI seeks board members

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Department of Construction and Inspections is seeking volunteers to join its Construction Code Advisory Board.


Ferndale to replace its high school

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Ferndale School District plans to replace its high school following the passage of a $112 million bond measure in February.


Vintage plane to become NYC bar

A vintage plane that went from flying passengers in the 1950s to running drugs in the 1970s has visited Times Square before its next transformation into a cocktail lounge at the former TWA terminal at New York's Kennedy Airport.


New destroyer visits Alaska port

One of the U.S. Navy's newest class of warships has docked at an Alaska port for a rare visit.


Chambers Bay gets new greens

By JOURNAL STAFF

Chambers Bay will reopen April 3 after groundskeepers replaced the putting greens with poa annua sod during a seven-month renovation of the golf course.


60 SEDUs planned near Pike-Pine corridor

By BRIAN MILLER

A triplex at 1415 Belmont Ave. sold in January for $1.9 million. Now the owner, Belmont 0119 LLC, has filed to redevelop with a seven-story building with up to 60 small efficiency dwelling units, or SEDUs.



Extreme stalker sends electricians, plumbers calling on victims' home

Up to 20 people per day arrive saying they were called to provide services.


Bellingham plans bike, pedestrian changes for greater safety

Bellingham residents can expect to see substantial changes to thoroughfares over the next few months as the city continues work on its long-term effort to improve transportation safety, The Bellingham Herald reported Sunday.


Danes test ski slope on top of incineration plant

Once the whole project is completed, the roof will contain ski slopes, green spaces and hiking trails. The slopes will have ski lifts to take people up to the top of the runs.


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2019 ACEC Engineering
Excellence Awards

National Finalist
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Magnusson Klemencic Associates
Project: Salesforce Tower
Client: Boston Properties/Hines

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