Archive of: Construction

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Top Place to Work: Absher Construction

Top Place to Work: Absher Construction

For some 75 years, one Puyallup construction company has been building the community, while erecting structures. That seems to be part of a corporate DNA that attracts employees to this Top Place to Work.

August 2017
Top Place to Work: KMB architects

Top Place to Work: KMB architects

A well-developed plan for bringing new talent into a 30-year-old architectural firm through school partnership, a strong mentorship program and established succession plan are all factors in honoring this mid-sized Top Place to Work in the South Sound for 2017.

August 2017

Workers on Belfair project underpaid

A Tacoma builder is being held by state authorities to pay back wages to construction workers on a 2015 project in Belfair. Six former employees should each receive around $25,000 for the company's failure to pay prevailing wages.

August 2017

Week-long concrete drivers' strike ends

A new labor agreement between concrete suppliers and their union delivery drivers operating in the greater Seattle market reached this morning ended a week-long strike, ending the threat to half King County's building boom.

August 2017

Pierce landowner fined for damaged wetlands

Destruction of wetlands brings fine, project halt for Puyallup housing preliminary plat proposed by Gig Harbor-based land owner.

August 2017

South Sound executive ‘comings & goings’

South Sound businesses have announced new leaders and associates in the past week.

August 2017

Construction costs stable, inflation low

Low inflation is driving America's robust economic growth this year, according to this building industry economist.

August 2017

Chehalis freeway overpass reveal tomorrow

Community and business leaders on both sides of Interstate 5 freeway through Chehalis will be shown plans tomorrow for the replacement of a key overpass that was damaged last year.

July 2017

Shelton roofer to jail for scam

Unregistered roofer owes nearly $180,000 in state L&I fines, safety infractions, workers' comp premiums and penalties.

July 2017

Non-residential building stagnant in U.S.

Government projects appear to be expanding, while private sector nonresidential construction is pretty much stalled, according to a new Census Bureau report with industry analysis.

July 2017
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