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Moar* White Space!

By A. Calle, Senior Graphic Designer

I saw a presentation recently that got me thinking once again of the ever-present clash of good vs. evil, light vs.  955 more words

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Mooring of Ships to Piers & Wharves: A New ASCE Manual

By Willy Ahn, PhD, PE, Senior Waterfront Engineer

Until the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Mooring Analysis Task Committee published the Mooring Ships to Piers and Wharves, there had been no single building code, standard, or guideline documents specifically addressing the design of berthing and mooring facilities in general. 519 more words

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STEM Education – Acting Locally

By Robert Galteland, PE, LEED AP, DBIA, President & CEO

STEM education is critically important to today’s and tomorrow’s economy. Much has been written about this subject in leading publications and the need for more STEM educated people in the workforce in the future. 657 more words

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The World’s Foremost Outfitter in the Last Frontier

By David Stierwalt, PE, SE, Senior Structural Engineer

A Long Trip Just Got a Whole Lot Shorter

Cabela’s has always been known to me as the place to get the best outdoor equipment. 945 more words

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Skagit Valley - Northwest Treasure

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is underway a little early this year, thanks to unseasonably warm weather this winter. It’s a favorite Northwest destination, and we thought you might enjoy seeing some of the beautiful images our staff have captured during their visits. 190 more words

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Web Design - What's Important to You?

We’re in the process of updating our website and thought we’d take this opportunity to ask our followers, “What is important to you?” If you don’t mind, we’d really like your opinion, and we promise to keep it short. 43 more words

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A Powerful Economic Development Tool - The Planned Action EIS Process

By Wendell Johnson, AICP, PLS, Director, Development Services

Back in the summer of 1973, I was working as a “gopher” in a small engineering firm in Moscow, Idaho, while I attended the University of Idaho.  800 more words

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