Spring Brings a Big Leap Forward in the Pacific Northwest
On a wet spring day in the Pacific Northwest, the raw bones of a building are rising out of the ground. Water pools on slabs of concrete. Steel support beams jut out like ribs. Men in orange vests pick their way through thickets of rebar, trying to hear each other over the din of an active construction site. This is the scene at our Lynnwood, Wash. site, where this stone and metal skeleton will become a fully-formed, state-of-the-art testing facility in just a few months.