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How the second generation of this Seattle firm carries on a proud tradition of road-building excellence ... read more »

 

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Quick Work at Snoqualmie Pass

Repairs Made After a Fatal Rock Slide Blocks Lanes of Interstate 90 ... read more »

 

 

 

 

April 28, 2015 — Rebuilding Sea-Tac's 46-year-old center runway will cost $95M

By: DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE STAFF

... Crews from Scarsella Brothers and Acme Concrete Paving are set to begin rebuilding the center runway at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The companies are doing the work as a joint venture under a $51.8 million contract for the Port of Seattle. The runway is scheduled to closed from May 4 to Oct. 30

 

 

Managing Traffic Key to WSDOT’s MTB Job

By: Irwin Rapoport - CEG CORRESPONDENT: StoryID: 23144 | 7/12/2014

The multi-year and $158 million overall project to complete the widening of I-5 from Centralia to Grand Mound, Wash., has entered its final phase with the ongoing work by Kent, Wash.-based Scarsella Brothers Inc., whose $48 million phase of the work includes several new bridges and the building of new roads.

 

 

Scarsella Brothers Inc. is chosen to carry out $41 million in work on troubled Eddyville project

By Christian Wihtol from The Register-Guard: 12:00 A.M., April 29, 2014

EDDYVILLE — The state Department of Transportation has picked a new contractor to proceed with $41 million worth of work on the troubled Highway 20 bypass project in Lincoln County.

 

 

Scarsella Brothers nets another local construction project

News Radio KONP: August 14th, 2013 - 6:17am

(Port Angeles) — The Port of Port Angeles has picked a contractor to build a new access road at Fairchild Airport. This week the port accepted the bid ... from Scarsella Brothers.

 

 

Clallam awards bid for U.S. Highway 101 underpass project

Peninsula Daily News: June 25. 2013

PORT ANGELES — Clallam County has awarded a $4.8 million bid to a Kent contractor to build an underpass of U.S. Highway 101 east of Port Angeles. The three commissioners Tuesday unanimously awarded the bid to Scarsella Bros. Inc., the same company the state hired to widen a two-lane stretch of the highway between Port Angeles and Sequim.

 

Kootenai County laying groundwork for growth 
Journal of Business; April 20, 2012

...ongoing transportation project in Kootenai County, Scarsella BrosInc., of Kent, Wash., has won two contracts totaling...of the road into a four-lane, divided highway. Scarsella Bros. also will construct new interchanges to eliminate...

 

Project to widen U.S. 95 in North Idaho continues 
Journal of Business; June 30, 2011

...low bidder on the project is Kent, Wash.-based Scarsella BrosInc., at a bid of about $36 million. That phase of...ITD recently awarded a $2.5 million contract to Scarsella Bros. to construct one of those new frontage roads..