PSBJ names CleanScapes the fastest-growing company
Puget Sound Business Journal
CleanScapes, the Seattle-based waste management company, reported revenue growth of more than 818 percent since 2007. They continue to grow by modernizing the garbage-hauling business and landing new government contracts.
Russell’s 900 employees pack for move to Seattle
The News Tribune
Three years after the search began, Seattle’s glutted commercial real estate market worked to its advantage. Russell CEO Andrew Doman has said the move to Seattle “will provide the company with access to a large talent pool and will place Russell in the center of a major Pacific Rim city, alongside other like-minded global firms and business pioneers.”
Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects to build steel factory with aesthetic focus
Seattle Business Monthly
T Bailey Inc. has teamed up with Olson Kundig Architects to construct a steel plant that accentuates the beauty of steel that most people don’t see. The 11,700 square-foot office features steel tubes and construction that will all be welded together at the fabrication plant. Visitors will enter the building through a horizontal pipe 14 feet in diameter and reach the main office by a staircase set into a vertical 22-foot-diameter pipe.
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