You can catch a glimpse of the Cape Flattery Lighthouse from the end of an isolated trail at the most northwesterly point of the lower 48 states, where the Makah people have lived for millennia. The lighthouse, first constructed in 1857 by the U.S. Lighthouse Service, is situated just three-quarters of a mile from the edge of Cape Flattery on remote Tatoosh Island. Tatoosh is the Northwestern tip of both the Makah Indian Reservation and the contiguous United States. … Trust for Historic Preservation Blog Post
Alaska Capitol Renovation Complete / / 12.24.16
This renovation reinforced the building against earthquakes, made its heating system efficient, and restored it to the way it looked in 1931.
Proposed rules for URM Buildings / / 02.16.17
The owner of the Whitworth Apartments on Capitol Hill is planning a seismic retrofit in advance of new city rules that could require retrofits for unreinforced masonry buildings.
Historic J&M Hotel remodel plans could be scrapped / / 06.18.17
The J & M Building in Pioneer Square, photographed on Friday, June 16, 2017. The building was set to be auctioned June 2, but that auction was cancelled, putting the future of the landmark nightspot in doubt.