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Nutter Corp. to install utilities at Vancouver waterfront

Nutter Corp. to install utilities at Vancouver waterfront

Nutter Corporation has been authorized by the Port of Vancouver to make stormwat...

Northwest Grain Handlers, ILWU reach tentative agreement

Northwest Grain Handlers, ILWU reach tentative agreement

A two-year long dispute and eventual work stoppage over workplace rules between ...

Banfield CEO details move to Vancouver

Banfield CEO details move to Vancouver

Tony Ueber, president and CEO of Banfield Pet Hospital, a subsidiary of Mars, In...

CenturyLink strengthens commitment to Clark County with gigabit service

CenturyLink strengthens commitment to Clark County with gigabit service

CenturyLink announced this week that broadband speeds up to 1 gigabit per second...

Marketing & the human element

Marketing & the human element

The world of marketing is abuzz with talk of metrics. A typical campaign might i...

Fort Vancouver National Trust announces “Dancing with the Local Stars” participants

Fort Vancouver National Trust announces “Dancing with the Local Stars” participants

The Fort Vancouver National Trust has unveiled the nine local community leaders ...

Design & Construction

Tracking Vancouver’s new waterfront park

Tracking Vancouver’s new waterfront park

The redevelopment of the old Boise-Cascade Mill site in downtown Vancouver has long been a top priority for city leaders. And while the mixed-use project has the potential to be a game-changer for the city, the key to its success may very well lie at the water’s edge.

The 32-acre project will include one million square feet of office space and 250,000 square feet of retail space, including propos...

Marketing & Strategic Communication

Marketing & the human element

Marketing & the human element

The world of marketing is abuzz with talk of metrics. A typical campaign might incorporate search-engine optimization (SEO), automated lead generation and a quantified return-on-investment. The thought of people – not computers – designing all the elements of a publicity push can start to sound like a dream of the Mad Men era.

But in this age of analytics, the human element is still vital to even...

News Briefs

From the List: Commercial General Contractors

What are the largest commercial general contractors in Clark County? We ranked them by gross billings for 2013 originating from Clark County office locations.

Spotlight

Wall to Wall Stone Corp enjoying extraordinary growth

Wall to Wall Stone Corp enjoying extraordinary growth

Most business owners would be ecstatic if their companies grew 30 or 40 percent a year. One Vancouver company says it is growing at a rate of 100 percent a year and has been since 2008 when it was founded.

Wall to Wall Stone Corp., which began with four employees, is up to 93 now and hopes to employ more than 200 by next year. The fabricator and installer of stone for residential and commercial c...

R+D Briefs

Spring auction includes Clark County properties

Realty Marketing/Northwest will offer 65 Washington and Oregon properties in its upcoming auction. Six sites are located in Clark County, including a 2.1-acre, general commercial-zoned property in Fisher’s Landing and a 10-acre, residential-zoned property in Felida.

Spring auction includes Clark County properties

Realty Marketing/Northwest will offer 65 Washington and Oregon properties in its upcoming auction. Six sites are located in Clark County, including a 2.1-acre, general commercial-zoned property in Fisher’s Landing and a 10-acre, residential-zoned property in Felida.

The Fisher’s Landing lot is located on Southeast 165th Avenue and was identified by the city of Vancouver as one of the few opportunities to develop a mid-high rise residential tower not impacted by height limitations within the Portland International Airport flight path, according to RM/NW.

The Felida neighborhood site was originally planned as the 33-lot Cougar Creek Woods Subdivision. Located at 11515 N.W. 16th Ave., just south of Northwest 119th Street, the net developable area is 8.69 acres. More information is available at www.rmnw-auctions.com.

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How NOT to select a building design consultant

How NOT to select a building design consultant

A building construction project, whether for a new building, renovation, addition or repair, represents a significant fi...

Building “failures” and how to avoid them

Building “failures” and how to avoid them

The recent collapses of the I-5 Bridge over the Skagit River and the floor of the Vancouver Warehouse and Distribution C...

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