Oak Harbor Water Treatment Project Wins ENR Best Water/Environment Project!
15 December 2020
We’re pleased to announce that Oak Harbor Water Treatment won best project in the Water/Environment category of ENR's 2020 Regional Best Projects!
Celebrating Fearless Science with Fred Hutch
24 November 2020
For 45 years, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has been redefining what’s possible in cancer research — establishing a record of unparalleled excellence and saving lives.
UMC Recognized with MCAWW Safety Excellence Award for the Second Time
20 November 2020
UMC is proud to officially be named the 2019 MCAWW Safety Excellence Award recipient.
Kevin Parker Joins UMC as Sr. Business Development Representative
10 November 2020
Strategically strengthening client relationships.
Bonnie Frye Hemphill joins UMC as Director, Policy & Partnerships
14 October 2020
Bonnie Frye Hemphill joins UMC as Director, Policy & Partnerships. Deepening public affairs and clean energy expertise to benefit clients and the environment.
Vote Yes on King County Prop 1 | Harborview Health for All
13 October 2020
Vote Yes on King County Proposition 1, Harborview Health for All, on your 2020 ballot.
UMC Supports the Science, Innovates to Make a Difference
06 October 2020
An avid supporter of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s mission, UMC strives to make a positive impact on the health of the community.
UMC offers technical knowledge of the new Clean Buildings Act
04 January 2021
UMC offers technical knowledge of the new Clean Buildings Act and technical know-how to help your building meet compliance.
Let’s Come Clean: Early Action on New Legislative Requirements Earns Funding Opportunities for Both Public and Private Buildings
08 December 2020
Knowledge is a valuable resource for any organization. UMC offers technical knowledge of the new Clean Buildings Act and technical know-how to help your building meet compliance.
Patients First: Protecting Patients Through UMC’s HELP3 Training Program
20 October 2020
UMC’s teams recognize that there is a significant difference between working on an office building verses a healthcare buildings, especially in occupied spaces.
Be Ready, Beyond the Reopening
19 October 2020
Experts across UMC explore how we can use this time while we await the green light to reopen to tackle ongoing facility challenges and take leadership in clean building opportunities.
Construction Safety Week 2020 Spotlight: Nate Harmon
17 September 2020
On his second tenure, Nate Harmon, Plumbing Shop Foreman, believes the key to a successful project is surrounding yourself with a good team, the right tools, and awesome jobs.
Construction Safety Week 2020 Spotlight: Tim Turner
15 September 2020
Currently, in his 14th year at UMC, Tim Turner, Project Superintendent, will be the first to admit he still learns something new every day. In fact, that’s the key to keeping morale high on jobsites.
K-12 Facilities COVID-19 Mitigation for Air and Water Webinar with Martin Clinton, Miles Gordon and David McCaughey
08 September 2020
Martin Clinton, Building Performance Manager, Miles Gordon, Building Performance Specialist, and David McCaughey, Sr. Business Developer hosted a webinar for K-12 facilities built between 1960-2020.
Supporting Homeless and At-Risk Students in Kitsap County
03 September 2020
Supporting The Coffee Oasis’s mission of providing a safe alternative for homeless and at-risk students in Kitsap County to further their education while schools are operating remotely.
“The Best from MSCA” Webcast - Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation with Rich Happel
26 August 2020
UVGI uses short-wave Ultraviolet (UV) energy to inactivate viral, bacterial and fungal organisms so they are unable to replicate and potentially cause disease. Learn more from Rich Happel's webcast.
Peter Boileau Featured on Sheet Metal Journal
28 July 2020
Peter Boileau, PE, explains the impacts of balancing progressive energy codes with public health can enable new and creative solutions to keep indoor environments safe and productive.
Changing the Game: Manufactured systems will revolutionize construction
02 June 2020
The way we put a building together on the job site really hasn’t changed that much over time. Manufacturing will be the construction industry's game changer.