Project manager Tony Bahnick (left) and site superintendent Alvin Perschon, both with general contractor IO Environmental & Infrastructure of Redmond, begin site preparation for the enviromental cleanup of the Port of Olympia's East Bay property along State Avenue in downtown Olympia.
Project manager Tony Bahnick (left) and site superintendent Alvin Perschon, both with general contractor IO Environmental & Infrastructure of Redmond, begin site preparation for the enviromental cleanup of the Port of Olympia's East Bay property along State Avenue in downtown Olympia. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Project manager Tony Bahnick (left) and site superintendent Alvin Perschon, both with general contractor IO Environmental & Infrastructure of Redmond, begin site preparation for the enviromental cleanup of the Port of Olympia's East Bay property along State Avenue in downtown Olympia. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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