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Hamilton Excavating fined for water quality violations

January 29, 2022, 6:52pm Business

Battle Ground’s Hamilton Excavating was fined $136,000 by the Washington Department of Ecology for violating water-quality and Construction Stormwater General Permit conditions during construction of the Highland Terrace Subdivision in La Center. Read story

The LEED Gold certification icon is seen at the entrance to the Broadway Tower, Portland's newest modern mixed-used tower.

Clark County Council OKs program to improve buildings’ energy efficiency

The LEED Gold certification icon is seen at the entrance to the Broadway Tower, Portland's newest modern mixed-used tower.

October 28, 2021, 6:03am Business

With portions of Clark County experiencing a building boom, some commercial property owners and developers could soon get financial help in making their buildings more energy efficient. Read story

A train passes by workers as they help construct the future parking garage at the corner of Columbia Way and Esther Street in The Waterfront Vancouver on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 21, 2021.

High-rise on the rise at Waterfront Vancouver

A train passes by workers as they help construct the future parking garage at the corner of Columbia Way and Esther Street in The Waterfront Vancouver on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 21, 2021.

October 25, 2021, 6:02am Business

The 276-unit, eight-story apartment complex at Block 3 in The Waterfront Vancouver is on the rise, with one of two of the Waterfront’s tower cranes hoisting materials into place and workers pouring concrete. Read story

Al Angelo Co. President Albert Angelo III, left, chats with Scott Wilcox and Bari Smith of JD Fulwiler & Co. Insurance in the commercial side of Vancouver's newest building, the Angelo Tower.

Angelo Tower opens at ‘Gateway to Vancouver’

Al Angelo Co. President Albert Angelo III, left, chats with Scott Wilcox and Bari Smith of JD Fulwiler & Co. Insurance in the commercial side of Vancouver's newest building, the Angelo Tower.

October 8, 2021, 6:02am Business

Downtown Vancouver’s newest mixed-use building, the Angelo Tower, opened on Aug. 13 in a spot the Al Angelo Co. hails as the “Gateway to Vancouver.” Read story

Vancouver-based NW Pipe bought a Texas-based company for $87.4 million.

Northwest Pipe buys Texas-based company

Vancouver-based NW Pipe bought a Texas-based company for $87.4 million.

October 6, 2021, 6:49pm Business

Vancouver-based Northwest Pipe Company bought a major Texas-based water pipeline manufacturer on Tuesday. The move expands Northwest Pipe not only into the Texas water infrastructure, but will also likely expand the Vancouver company’s footprint. Read story

A developer has submitted preliminary plans to build a 250-unit affordable apartment complex at the site of the Park Hill Center.

Developers plan 250-unit apartment complex in Vancouver’s Heights District

A developer has submitted preliminary plans to build a 250-unit affordable apartment complex at the site of the Park Hill Center.

October 1, 2021, 6:05am Business

Less than two months after the Vancouver City Council reopened the door for development in the Heights District, the first potential project has come knocking. Read story

Guests wear masks as they gather near C-Tran buses at the Mill Plain Bus Rapid Transit groundbreaking event Tuesday afternoon. The $50 million project will add Clark County's second bus rapid transit line following the Vine, which debuted in 2017.

C-Tran breaks ground on Vancouver’s second bus rapid transit linevideo icon

Guests wear masks as they gather near C-Tran buses at the Mill Plain Bus Rapid Transit groundbreaking event Tuesday afternoon. The $50 million project will add Clark County's second bus rapid transit line following the Vine, which debuted in 2017.

September 28, 2021, 7:39pm Business

C-Tran’s second bus rapid transit line is officially on the way. Read story

Guests file into a home at the Northwest Natural Parade of Homes on Wednesday in Felida. Some of the featured homes this year include Hardie Textured Panels, a new type of exterior siding that mimics the texture of stucco rather than wood.

Felida home show spotlights stucco-style siding

Guests file into a home at the Northwest Natural Parade of Homes on Wednesday in Felida. Some of the featured homes this year include Hardie Textured Panels, a new type of exterior siding that mimics the texture of stucco rather than wood.

September 27, 2021, 6:06am Business

Visitors arriving at this year’s Northwest Natural Parade of Homes in Felida are likely to notice an exceptionally wide range of exterior finishes on the new lineup of houses. Three of the seven houses in the lineup are partially or fully outfitted with Hardie Textured Panels, a new exterior finish… Read story

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Building planned in east Vancouver; tenant unknown

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

September 22, 2021, 6:03am Business

A developer has submitted a preliminary application to construct a roughly 600,000-square-foot warehouse with multiple truck loading bays in east Vancouver. There is no listed tenant lined up for the property, but the project bears some of the hallmarks of a potential Amazon distribution facility. Read story

The Vancouver Waterfront pictured from the air on Tuesday, May 11, 2021.

Apartment building planned at Waterfront Vancouver Block 19

The Vancouver Waterfront pictured from the air on Tuesday, May 11, 2021.

September 15, 2021, 6:05am Business

Another apartment tower is in the works at The Waterfront Vancouver. A developer submitted a pre-application packet to the city earlier this month outlining plans for a 180-unit building on Block 19, one of the blocks along the railroad tracks near the western edge of the redevelopment area. Read story