Business Operations

When you climb the hill at Bothell’s Cascade Business Park to the world headquarters of Seattle Genetics, the cluster of beige buildings doesn’t scream edgy science. But in the lobby of Building Three, you’ll see a green triangular sculpture that might win the company some geek cred. The sculpture, seemingly made of Lego bricks, is a simplified model of a human antibody. 

Alaska Airlines says it will begin service from Paine Field in Everett in the fall of 2018.

A photo gallery from the Mutual Materials brick plant in Mica, Washington.

You would think that getting corporate boards of directors to achieve gender balance was an issue addressed — and answered — a generation ago. And you would be wrong.

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The Seattle Aquarium is partnering with MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions to revamp their facility and transform the way they operate, as their first step towards reducing their carbon footprint, cutting costs on utility bills, and contributing to a better environment for the Pacific Northwest. We talked with Ryan Dean, Director of Finance at the Aquarium, about the changes taking place.

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Microsoft, King County, and MacDonald-Miller are uniting forces for the largest U.S. local government energy smart building program, in which MacDonald-Miller is installing Microsoft software to five King County approved buildings. Perry England, MacDonald-Miller’s Vice President of Building Performance, explains more about the implications.