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Exxel Pacific: shared success, thriving vision

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Company built to excel during rough markets One thing that truly stands out in an interview with Geoff Stodola, president of Exxel Pacific Inc., is...

A paid apprenticeship and trades career

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The ‘other four-year degree’ can lead to high compensation and meaningful work Ask any high school junior (or their parents) on the precipice of completing...

Asphalt Northwest owners confident in company’s fast-tracked launch

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Success in the paving industry is built on relationships among people, not businesses To take advantage of the 2023 paving season, Loren VanderYacht and (silent)...

A coming shock for electricians!

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Shifting apprenticeship requirements have independents concerned Change can be a challenge, especially when it comes to making industry-wide and/or statewide revisions. But that’s exactly what’s...

Role models for a modern work culture

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GK Knutson aims to help employees thrive at work, home With worker shortages, turnover, union tensions and ongoing supply chain challenges, American workers are switching...

Making the shift away from fossil fuels

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The term “building electrification” is used broadly to describe legislative and building code changes meant to limit the production of greenhouse gases responsible for climate...

Developing Whatcom County’s future construction workforce

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Planning for the present and future with one-the-job training How many of us grew up with parents and teachers telling us to get a good...

Residential real estate still an economic strength

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Better city, county policies could help even more Farming, tourism, the arts, the Cherry Point Industrial Zone and nearly every other pillar of the Whatcom...

‘I just keep moving’

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Jeff Kochman has his hands in several Bellingham development projects Jeff Kochman, president of AMBK LLC, combines vision, confidence, determination and a willingness to tread...

Building Whatcom County

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What’s next for our roller coaster construction industry The construction industry in Whatcom County has weathered two decades of precipitous rises and wild declines. But...