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Siku Construction Opens Seattle Office; Hires General Manager

Siku Construction Opens Seattle Office; Hires General Manager

Nationwide Housing Affordability Improves in Third Quarter

ADOT&PF Approves the use of Recycled Glass in Construction Projects

Construction Material Costs Dip In October but Outrun Contractors’ Bid Prices Year-Over-Year; Announced Price Hikes, Fiscal Cliff Pose New Threats

Associated General Contractors Name 2012 Award Winners

Builder Confidence in the 55+ Housing Market Continues to Improve in the Third Quarter

Land and Water Conservation Fund: Grant Application Solicitation

Construction Sector Adds 17,000 Jobs between September and October as Industry's Unemployment Rate Falls To 11.4 Percent

Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker, LLP Named A Best Law Firm By U.S. News and Best Lawyers

Alaska Scientific Detection Laboratory

Alaska Scientific Detection Laboratory

For nearly 17 years, Bonnie Craig was a statistic. The 18-year-old University of Alaska Anchorage student was found dead Sept. 28, 1994, facedown in McHugh Creek south of Anchorage. Her rape and murder quickly became front-page news, and nearly as quickly, the case went cold. Investigators painstakingly interviewed dozens of people with hopes of catching a break. When that didn’t work, they turned to an emerging crime investigation tool called DNA profiling.

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