Resiliency in Construction, Part 2: Ideal Resiliency for Your Building

by Andrew Dykeman, Project Executive
In the first installment of our resiliency series, we discussed the case for resiliency and its relationship to economic security and business continuity. Sounds great in theory, but what does it look like in practice? Like most things in life, the answer can be complicated. The right mix of systems and solutions for one building… read more

John Callahan Garden Dedication

By: Dan Callahan, Project Manager
  It’s rare to have the opportunity to work with a client on a project that has a deep personal meaning to you as well. This year I have been fortunate to be able to work on a memorial for my late uncle, John Callahan, in collaboration with Legacy Health Good Samaritan. John was a… read more

Obliteride

By: Carey Smith, Marketing Director
You can tell when it gets close to the Obliteride time of year and Lewis riders are gearing up for the annual Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center benefit ride. Water cooler conversations turn to discussions on carbo loading and comparing notes on the best training routes. Obsessive talk of bike computers can be heard with… read more