Winter Storm Maya hit Washington with a vengeance.
The weekend storm dumped 6-10 inches of snow on the Seattle area, knocked out power to more than 60,000 people, and prompted Gov. Jay Inslee to declare a state of emergency. After even more snow... (Read More)
What do you consider a good report card grade?
The question is relevant to the state of Washington this month after the American Society of Civil Engineers updated its review of our infrastructure systems. The ASCE rates these systems across the... (Read More)
A lot of ink is spilled on the issue of attracting new, young workers to construction.
But many of our workers are on the other end of the age spectrum. According to the CDC, by next year about one-fourth of all U.S. workers will be older than 55... (Read More)
Infrastructure is finally rising as a major political interest.
That's a good thing. Though it's long been priority for our national construction industry, infrastructure maintenance has been pushed aside for years in favor of cheaper, more... (Read More)