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Jason Nakamura

1 Alliance Geomatics

Jason Nakamura

Founded by Jason Nakamura, 1 Alliance is a surveying and mapping company that monitors settlement movement during the excavation phase of construction. Using robotic instruments called total stations, 1 Alliance tracks the side slopes and footings of the excavation area 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Anthony Thompson

KWAME

Anthony Thompson

Quality control is important for any large-scale job. When it comes to the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) Addition project, which will create 6,000 jobs during construction, that project management assistance becomes even more critical. Luckily, Anthony Thompson and his team at KWAME Building Group are up to the task.

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Dave and Rani Bal

Signs Now Washington

Dave and Rani Bal

At Signs Now Washington, co-owners Dave and Rani Bal offer comprehensive graphics and printing services – from traffic and reception signage, to billboards and vehicle wraps, meeting virtually any printing need.

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Barry Cobb

LCS Construction

Barry Cobb

With experience working alongside some of the region’s top companies like Swedish and Vulcan, Barry Cobb is no stranger to major construction projects. As president of general contracting company LCS Construction, Barry’s team specializes in general construction, tenant improvements and construction management.

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Samuel Obunike

O’Bunco Engineering International Inc.

Samuel Obunike

Bounded by four major urban streets and with multiple vehicular access points, including a below-grade loading dock, the 1.4-million-square-foot Washington State Convention Center Addition project requires substantial civil engineering expertise. Samuel Obunike, founder of O’Bunco Engineering International Inc., a full-service, multi-discipline civil engineering firm located in Kent, WA, is up to the challenge.

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Stacy Johnson and Christine Hadman

Auburn Mechanical

Stacy Johnson and Christine Hadman

When the new Summit building welcomes its first customers in early 2022, business will grow substantially at the Convention Center, bringing thousands of new visitors to the region. And with the new building comes the need for a state-of-the-art plumbing system, which is where Auburn Mechanical comes in.

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