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Toxic pilings pulled from the Duwamish

By Daily Journal Of Commerce/Journal Staff Aug 19, 2022 Crews from Pacific Pile & Marine are busy pulling 1,800 timber pilings coated in toxic creosote from the mouth of the Duwamish River in Seattle. King County’s Solid Waste Division is leading the $8.1...
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Port of Alaska modernization project update

The construction of the five-part Port of Alaska (Anchorage) modernization project began in 2020 and is still well underway, with an expected completion date of 2028. Currently, the project’s first phase has been completed, and the total cost of the project could...
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GHANA – Well Constructed!

PPM was asked to contribute to a wonderful non-profit organization called Well Constructed that aims to enable community development by providing clean drinking water to as many people as possible.  “Well Constructed” partners with local communities and contractors to build wells and...
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Antarctica Pier Replacement Scheduled

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is moving ahead with plans to rebuild the pier at Palmer Station, its research facility on Anvers Island, Antarctica. The U.S. Antarctic Program’s primary contractor, Leidos, which heads the Antarctic Support Contract (ASC), has signed Pacific Pile &...
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