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Mike Brennan has been named director of Bellevue’s newly created Development Services Department.
Bellevue-based Express Construction has hired Lytton Volson as a project engineer and Shelly Erdahl as a job cost accountant.
Richard Wilson has been hired as Director of Customized Employment at AtWork!. Prior to joining AtWork! he was Director of Programs for The Arc of King County and also served as Interim Executive Director and Family Service Director.
Kathy Weber, a financial adviser for Smith Barney, has been recognized in weekly financial magazine, Barron’s as one of the “Top 100 Women Financial Advisors” within the wealth management industry. The article appeared in the June 7, 2008 issue.
GA Creative, a Bellevue-based graphic design and marketing firm, has received several awards recently.
Bellevue residential builder, Grey Lundberg, Inc. was honored with a Gold Nugget Award for its 5-star Built Green project, The Urban Lodge, a high-performance demonstration home which was destroyed by the Street of Dreams fires this past March. The project earned an “Award of Merit” in the category of Sustainable Built Green Home.
Kevin Cipoletti has been hired as area vice president, sales and marketing, with Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc., in Bellevue.
Symetra Life Insurance Company has been named a “Ward’s 50” top performing insurance company for 2008. The company was recognized as a leading life and health insurer based on an independent analysis of 850 companies by the research and consulting firm the Ward Group.
Would you like to be buried or cremated? A fancy casket or a biodegradable coffin? Ashes sprinkled over the Puget Sound or launched into space? A somber church service or a party with live music?
John L. Scott Real Estate has launched a mobile version of the company’s Web site, www.JohnLScott.com. With the new service, people in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho can search for nearby properties and look up comprehensive listing information on their cellular phone by going to M.JohnLScott.com.
Gregory Carruthers has been named manager for Wells Fargo’s Overlake Park location.
Bellevue’s Clark Nuber, a CPA and consulting firm, has been honored, for the second time, by being selected as one of the “50 Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America.”
Johnston Architects has been selected by the King County Library System for the Bellevue Library Parking Expansion Project.
Nancy Wallace, a seasoned Pilates instructor, has opened the downtown Bellevue-based, ‘Core Pilates’ Studio.
Scott Hardin has joined Cascade Water Alliance as Director of Finance and Administration. He will begin his duties with the regional water planning and supply system August 4.
Members of Bellevue-headquartered Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington’s retro program have earned a collective $4.6 million refund for the 350 members who participated in the ABC Retro Program for the three most recent plan years. Plan members receive a financial incentive to increase their safety awareness, since members who experience low claim costs can earn refunds.
Lakeville Homes of Bellevue won an award at the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties annual Remodeling Excellence Awards (REX) banquet held June 21 at the Spirit of Washington Event Center in Renton.
Bellevue-based Crayons All Natural Beverage Company has raised more than $156,000 for charities around the world as part of its inaugural “Pink Lemonade Brigade,” a nation-wide lemonade stand fundraiser empowering kids to support a charity of their choice.
One of the nation’s biggest names in real estate, Sotheby’s International Realty, has launched a new office in Downtown Bellevue, tapping into the luxury Washington property market on the Eastside.
The ushering in of the flagship Safeway store on the corner of Bellevue Way and Northeast Second Street signified both a historical end and a new beginning. As the new store prepared for its grand opening to the public on June 27, the old Safeway located across the street closed its doors after 48 years of business.