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Renovation/Restoration Best Project: Yesler Way Bridge Reconstruction

Posted by ENR NorthwestNovember 6, 2018Yesler Way Bridge ReconstructionOwner: Seattle Dept. of TransportationLead Design Firm/Civil/Structural Engineer... Read More

Yesler Way Bridge Wins ENR Northwest’s Best Renovation/Restoration Project of 2018

Written by Christine Kilpatrick,ENR NorthwestAugust 17, 2018ENR Northwest is proud to announce the latest winners of the region’s Best Projects 2018 competition. The magazine’s Excellence in... Read More

$139M Mukilteo Multimodal Terminal Opens Next Year

Written by Jennifer Rupp, CEG CorrespondentJUNE 5, 2018Tribal leaders and elected officials joined Washington State Ferries (WFS) in August 2017 to celebrate construction of the new Mukilteo ferry terminal. The... Read More

Three Local Projects Win National Awards for Public Works in 2018

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IMCO Celebrates 40 Years in Business

By Ashley Kimberley, IMCO Director of MarketingThis month marks 40 years in business for IMCO. The company began in April of 1978 when Patti and Frank Imhof took a small loan from Frank’s dad,... Read More

THE DIRT NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS, VOLUME 32

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Celebrating Women in Safety

Shelley Brown MPH, CSP is a regional SH&E manager for AECOM and vice-chair of the NSC Women’s Caucus. • 3/7/2018Celebrating Women in Safety on International Women's Day March 8Our Legacy and Our Future​Blog – The modern... Read More

IMCO’s Frank Imhof Becomes AGC of Washington President, Featured in DJC

Daily Journal of Commerce article hereWritten by JOURNAL STAFFImhof’s focus: workforce, open competitionFrank Imhof could have been a dairy farmer, like his father, but instead found a love for construction.That was a... Read More

The DIRT Newsletter Highlights, Volume 31

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Crews Remove What's Left of an 1890 Wooden Bridge Under Post Avenue

Written By JON SILVERDaily Journal of Commerce Staff ReporterThe City of Seattle is finishing a $1.52 million project — and replacing a curious piece of its past.Crews from IMCO Construction... Read More

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