Whatcom County Library System’s newest library is set to open October 29! Here’s a quick sneak peek of the new building from the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce. Save November 15 on your calendars for the Grand Opening, starting at 10am. We can’t wait to show off this beautiful library and hope you love it as […]
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Our latest civil project, and our first bridge – Whatcom Creek Bridge. We had fun bolting the 38,000-pound bridge together with the help of Sicklesteel Cranes and placing it over the creek. The steel bridge is 110 feet long and 10 feet wide with fiberglass slats to walk upon.
If bridges fascinate you read this article from The Bellingham Herald about it, and watch the video to the left!
More info about the project here.
Valuable information, inspiration, connections, delicious local food and drink – these are all things you can expect to find and more at Sustainable Connections’ Future of Business People, Planet, Profit Speaker Series.
On March 21st, the Northwest Indian College celebrated the grand opening of their new Faber-built library building. Students, faculty, administrators and staff were as excited as we were with the beautiful metal and wood clad building. This library has the capacity to hold over 30,000 books and will be home to the Vine Deloria Jr. Collection. It has a combination of public study areas, classrooms, offices, spaces for children and teens, and a computer lab and media center. It also features a special collections room for holding rare or one-of-a-kind documents, maps, books and artifacts especially relevant to Coast Salish tribes.
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