Archive of: Construction

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Transit work progressing

Transit work progressing

Wanting to be proactive in informing taxpayers about their Sound Transit investments, the agency today released a year-end construction update.

December 2017

Kent man charged in consumer scams

An unlicensed contractor is facing criminal charges in South King County, even as he already owes $84,000 in fines, unpaid employee wages and workers' compensation premiums.

December 2017

National buyer for Tacoma Electric

A 36-year-old Tacoma family business has been purchased by a national company that aggregates similar local operations, but there will remain a local ownership tie.

December 2017

South Sound executives of note

Daily Biz Briefs regularly shares the news of local business and organizational leaders as they are recognized for their contributions and accomplishments.

November 2017

Producer Prices up, Construction costs flat

Building projects enjoyed at least a one-month reprieve in pricing pressures last month, even as the nation overall saw an increase of almost one-half percent in October.

November 2017

Hirst decision on water wells meeting

Building industry interests will gather tomorrow evening in Fife for an update and discussion on the status of Hirst decision, which has been blamed for shutting off new construction in rural areas.

October 2017

Local lumber into local Habitat houses

A newer arrival to Mason County's storied wood products industry, Sierra Pacific, is stepping up with a gift of lumber product to the local Habitat for Humanity program.

October 2017

State tax breaks may help land HQ2

While state lawmakers and even the governor did not make any special provisions to entice Amazon to build its second headquarters in Washington, there are some existing benefits that might apply.

October 2017

40/40: IT tools, justice & efficient homes

Today's "40 Under Forty" honorees include an IT leader who believes it is people, not tech tools, that are important; a "super lawyer" always seeking 'win-win' outcomes, and a preeminent designer-builder of Passive Homes nationwide.

October 2017

40/40: ‘Recession grads’ find ways to revive

When a person graduates college to enter the workforce can have some impact of their early success. Today's "40 Under Forty" profiles feature some who had the misfortunate timing to land in a recessionary job market.

October 2017
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