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Port sets deadline for executive search proposals

The Port of Tacoma has issued a request for proposals from executive search firms to help find a new port staff leader.

Electronic proposals from qualified firms are due by 4 p.m. Feb. 10. A full description of proposal requirements is available on the port Web site.

January 2010

Contractor begins construction on expanded wharf

Manson Construction of Seattle will drive the first of 361 concrete piling today as work begins on the Blair Waterway to expand a Washington United Terminals wharf at the Port of Tacoma.
 
The $31 million project will extend an existing berth by 600 feet to support two large new cranes the Hyundai Merchant Marine-owned terminal added during January 2009. The larger wharf and "super post-Panamax" cranes will be able to serve the world's largest ships.

January 2010

People on the Move

AGC of Washington has elected its 2010 slate of officers and board members, including a number of Pierce County contractors. Joining the board of trustees are Cedric "Butch" Brooks, Woodworth and Co. (Tacoma) and Jeff Stroud, Mountain Construction Inc. (Tacoma).
 
Scot McQueen has joined GeoEngineers as applied technology manager. He has 14 years of leadership experience designing and developing GIS and IT applications for government agencies, large private firms and publicly funded research institutes around the world.

Tacoma Water's current deputy superintendent, Linda McCrea, will take over as superintendent, starting Feb. 1. She replaces John Kirner, who has served as the Water superintendent since 2004, and has worked for Tacoma Public Utilities for 27 years.

January 2010

Blog Watch: Haiti, awards, outdoors and legislation

Relief efforts for Haiti continue. Exit 133 has a listing of restaurants where you can dine and drink while still contributing to the cause.

Know a business that deserves recognition for helping to revitalize downtown Tacoma? Visit the BIA blog and submit a nomination for the 2010 New Tacoma Awards.

January 2010

12 Tacoma businesses pass overservice checks

No overservice violations were found during a Jan, 22 citywide joint undercover investigation conducted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board and the Tacoma Police Department.

Two teams of officers checked 12 Tacoma liquor licensed businesses to determine if any were selling alcohol to apparently intoxicated customers, or allowing apparently intoxicated customers to continue to consume alcohol.

January 2010

Once Upon A Child achieves 'Gold Standard'

Once Upon A Child in Tacoma, located at 3815H S Steele St., has been recognized for achieving "Gold Standard" status for customer experience, store operations and consistent brand identity in 2009.

The store, which is owned by Jamie Williams and buys and sells gently used children's items, is one of more than 230 franchise locations in North America.

January 2010

Blasting scheduled on former Kaiser Tideflats site

People in northeast Tacoma, Fife and on the Tideflats might hear a boom this afternoon as Port of Tacoma contractors use light explosives on the former Kaiser Aluminum site on the east side of the Blair Waterway.

This is the first of a series of detonations -- about one or two a day -- planned this week and possibly into next to decommission deep wells that once provided water to the former aluminum plant.

January 2010

Around the Sound

The Thurston County Chamber is hosting a member orientation seminar at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 26. Click here for more information.

The Lacey Chamber of Commerce is hosting 5:01 Surge! Business After Hours on from 5:01 to 7 p.m. Jan. 26 at Cabinets by Trivonna, 4444 Lacey Blvd SE, Suite G. RSVP to agraham@laceychamber.com or call (360) 491-4141.

January 2010

Franciscan among top 100 health systems

The Franciscan Health System has been ranked as one of the best-performing, most-efficient health systems in the nation for the seventh consecutive year.

Modern Healthcare magazine reports in its Jan. 25 edition that the Tacoma-based Franciscan organization is No. 12 on the annual list of the 100 most integrated health systems in the United States as determined by the independent information, research and analytics company SDI.

January 2010

Shipbuilder's stormwater problems warrant penalty

A shipbuilding company with problems keeping pollutants out of its stormwater discharges in Tacoma is being fined $50,000 by the Washington Department of Ecology.

Between August 2008 and August 2009, the department found that J.M. Martinac Shipbuilding discharged higher levels of copper, zinc, and oils and greases than the company's stormwater permit allows. In some cases, the monthly monitoring reports show the water's pH balance (acid/alkaline) outside the acceptable range for legal discharge or no samples taken at all.

January 2010
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