Archive of: Construction

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Tacoma becoming attractive to investors

Ever more new and expensive office construction in downtown Seattle and its suburbs has some real estate investors looking to surrounding markets for opportunity.

March 2017

DuPont ‘Intel Bldg’ to be demolished

DuPont technology center to become warehouse and distribution facility under new proposal. One-time Intel Corporate Park never fulfilled its promise.

March 2017

Construction input prices also rising

Nationwide, the costs of new construction are rising, and it could become worse, if the new presidential administration succeeds in its announced plans for a $1-trillion infrastructure package.

March 2017

Traffic bump on SB5 tonight

Interstate freeway traffic southbound through Lewis County tonight will be facing delays and a detour.

March 2017

ST tops goals for diversity work

Women and workers of color are making strides on construction crews for regional transit projects, according to a report today.

March 2017

Strong growth can be a problem

A growing shortage of housing may impact the South Sound market of Tacoma-Pierce County, the the educated view of a regional economist. Population and jobs are growing much faster than residential units.

March 2017

T/PC edc celebrates ‘interesting’ year

A growing population base, with more jobs created than in prior years combined for good economic development stories to tell at a Tacoma luncheon today.

March 2017

From SSBiz: Help wanted, bring hammer

Construction firms in the South Sound are finding it difficult to hire the number of skilled workers they need to respond to all the building projects coming to market.

February 2017

‘Hands off our unions,’ members say

A large crowd of labor union members packed a legislative hearing room this week to speak against proposed "Right-to-Work" legislation being considered by the Senate.

February 2017

Home sales still exceeding listings

The new year showed uncharacteristically high activity in the residential real estate market, at least compared to several years ago, though not unlike 2016.

February 2017
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