Washington’s First Diverging Diamond Interchange Coming

ENR Construction

The first-ever diverging diamond Interchange for Washington state enters the construction phase this year at the interchange between Interstate 5 and State Route 510 in Lacey, south of Tacoma

Washington update

Constructor Magazine

Last week The House cancelled all business this week as Washington shoveled out from its recent snow and Democrats headed to their 3-day policy retreat in Baltimore. Dain M. Hansen, Senior Vice President Government Relations, The IAPMO Group.

Best Renovation/Restoration: Washington Hall

ENR Construction

The modernization of historic Washington Hall preserved more than the original brick, plaster and wood finishes

U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters - vegetative roof assembly, Washington, D.C.


million square foot headquarters located in Washington D.C.Driven by Federally-mandated sustainable requirements, a 300,000 plus square-foot Vegetative Roof Assembly (VRA) was incorporated into the architectural design for the U.S. Coast Guard’s 11-level, 1.2

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Washington Roofer Fined $642,540 for 21 Violations

Construction Equipment

A roofing company in Mukilteo, Washington, faces close to maximum fines for multiple safety violations that exposed workers to potential falls from more than 30 feet high and other hazards at job sites in Issaquah and Vancouver.

Campus builder: Everett University Center at Washington State University


As the anchor building of a new branch campus for Washington State University, the 95,000-sf Everett University Center plays a crucial role in providing STEM-based baccalaureate and graduate programs to the North Puget Sound region.

Infrastructure skills training center opens in Washington, DC

Construction Dive

Mayor Muriel Bowser said the District was opening the center because it could only fill 50% of its open infrastructure jobs in 2017

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Washington state to include mass timber in building codes

Construction Dive

State lawmakers are also working on legislation that would require cross-laminated timber be used in any public building 12 stories or less

Washington, DC issues permit for preliminary hyperloop work

Construction Dive

The permit, which lacks details, was issued to the Boring Company, owned by Elon Musk, just weeks after Baltimore issued a similar permit

Washington, Oregon Have Strong Construction Employment Gains

ENR Construction

Both Year-Over-Year And Month-Over-Month Increases Evident, Robust In Washington and Oregon As Alaska Shows Year-Over-Year Decline

Washington, D.C. is first LEED Platinum city in the world


Washington, D.C. was named the first LEED for Cities Platinum city in the world by the U.S. Green Building Council last month. Today, 65% of D.C. neighborhoods are walkable, 58% of commuter trips are by bike, walking, or public transit, and the D.C.

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Washington reveals 'smart' features of $2B Seattle tunnel

Construction Dive

The tunnel's systems aim to ensure the safety of motorists and to keep traffic flowing

Chris Renee Cosmetics To Invest Over $2M In Washington County, VA

Business Facilities Blog

Chris Renee Cosmetics LLC, a natural cosmetics company, will invest more than $2 million to establish a new manufacturing operation in the Oak Park Center for Business and Industry in Washington County, VA, creating 37 new jobs. Business Facilities (BF) Magazine.

Award of Merit Renovation/Restoration: University of Washington Denny Hall

ENR Construction

The renovation of Denny Hall, the oldest building on the University of Washington’s Seattle campus, restored the 1890s grandeur of heavy timber and stone while modernizing building systems

FEATURE STORY: Washington Is Aiming Higher

Buisness Facilities Contributed Content

Washington always has been at the forefront of a new frontier in America, in industry as well as geography. Inslee has been proactive in realigning state agencies to service Washington’s strategic goals for economic development. “We

High-tech haven: The Spark at Washington State University


Designed to serve as a new “hub for innovation” on Washington State University’s Pullman, Wash., campus, The Spark features a number of cutting-edge programmatic and technological elements that are rare even in today’s rapidly changing higher education sector.

University of Washington spending $1B on construction projects

Construction Dive

Construction is planned or underway for a number of buildings, and funding sources include a $210 million donation from the Gates Foundation

The Seasonal Nature of Clearing Washington's North Cascades Highway

ENR Construction

When the North Cascades Highway opened in September 1972, it lasted just two months before snow closed the 37-mile stretch through Washington’s North Cascades mountain range.

State Focus: Washington – A Legendary Place To Do Business

Business Facilities Blog

State Focus: Washington – A Legendary Place To Do Business appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. Far West Washington BF-May/June-2015 Centennial Industrial Park Jobs Now Act Port of VancouverBusiness Facilities (BF) Magazine. Construction cranes are dotting the idyllic skies in the northwest, where, among other projects, the new world headquarters of Amazon is taking shape amid a bustling real estate market.

Washington, D.C. Council Considers Gas-Powered Leaf Blower Ban

Green Industry Professionals

The ban would effectively force residents and businesses to transition to battery-powered leaf blowers

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MidAtlantic City Scoop: Construction Starts in Washington

ENR Construction

Total Construction Spending Expected to Dip By Almost 3.4% This Year

Washington Incentives and Workforce Development Guide

Business Facilities Blog

A comprehensive list of Washington financial aid, loans, grants, abatements, workforce development, exemptions, funds & capital investment opportunities. Washington Incentives and Workforce Development Guide appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine.

University of Washington to spend $1B on construction

Construction Dive

Building is planned or underway for a number of projects, and funding sources include a $210 million donation from the Gates Foundation

The IAPMO Group Washington update

Constructor Magazine

Dain M. Hansen, Sr. VP, Government Relations, The IAPMO Group. This week the House passed a bill to loosen federal laws relating to business start-ups’ ability to pitch investors, legislation to protect e-mail privacy and a resolution to block the Department of Labor’s final fiduciary rule.

Washington students shine at CM competition

Nuts and Bolts

The University of Washington won three awards and Washington State University won one at the recently held regional Associated Schools of Construction student competition in Nevada. Both schools competed in Region 7, which includes schools from Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii.

Office/Retail/Mixed Use Award of Merit: 860 Washington Street

ENR Construction

860 Washington Street is a mixed-use 10-story building in New York’s Meatpacking District

Washington, Oregon continue construction job growth

ENR Construction

Year-over-year, Washington ranks 11th and Oregon 9th in jobs added in the construction industry

The IAPMO Group Washington update

Constructor Magazine

Dain M. Hansen, Sr. VP Government Relations, IAPMO. The Senate this week today passed sweeping legislation addressing the nation's water infrastructure. read more. Codes

Blowin' in the Wind Upheld by Washington Supreme Court

Green Building Law Update

In a case important beyond the State of Washington, the State’s highest court expressly acknowledged the dynamic tension of balancing the competing interests of the ecology versus generating electricity, coming down on the side of electricity, all be it renewable energy from wind turbines. The Washington legislature created the Energy Facility Siting Evaluation Council establishing an expedited and centralized process for reviewing potential energy sites in the State.

Do the laws of math apply in Washington?

FDR Safety

The recent news about the IRS has strangely, or maybe not so strangely, got me thinking about a high school algebra problem: if A=B and B=C, then does A=C? I’ll leave it to you to solve the problem and will give you until the end of this blog post to do so.

A 360-degree classroom highlights Washington State University’s new academic innovation hub


The Spark, Washington State University’s (WSU) new 83,295-sf high-performance digital classroom building, provides the campus with a network of flexible, technology-enabled learning environments.

Higher education: The rebirth of a Washington, D.C., high school


Built in 1932, the Collegiate Georgia–style Roosevelt High School campus in Washington’s Petworth neighborhood suffered from numerous shortsighted “improvements” made in 1977.

The IAPMO Group Washington update

Constructor Magazine

Dain M. Hansen, Senior Vice President - Government Relations, The IAPMO Group. Many questions have arisen about how small businesses will be treated if tax reform legislation is enacted. read more. Codes Management

Q&A With LA Metro's Phil Washington

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LA transit leader discusses area's ambitious plans

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Washington State Energy Code updates include dedicated outdoor air system requirements


Upcoming changes to the Washington State Energy Code are expected to include requirements for dedicated outdoor air systems

The IAPMO Group Washington update

Constructor Magazine

Dain M. Hansen, Senior VP Government Relations, The IAPMO Group. The latest news from Capitol Hill. read more. Management

A Great Tiny House Goes up in Washington DC

Jetson Green

The Matchbox, which was recently built in Washington DC by Jay Austin, is a great example of just how cozy and functional a tiny home can be. This house is part of the Boneyard Studios tiny house community in Washington DC, which is basically an experiment in simple and sustainable living.

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