New AWS Pedestal Planning Sheet

The design of the new AWS Diamond Head Series® pedestal system has left customers with many questions regarding the use of all the components. With the help of our supplier, Puget Lite Pavers, Inc., we created a Pedestal Planning sheet…

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It’s Women Build Week

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle – King County has been building and repairing homes for low-income families in the area for 30 years. Mutual Materials has been a proud supporter of Habitat for Humanity for years through the donation of…

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Another Successful ICPI Educational Event

Our ICPI classes were recently conducted and everything was a success. We sponsored both a Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavements Specialist (PICP) course and a Level 1 Paver Installation course, and the turnout was outstanding. We had 16 attendees for the…

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OSHA’s New Silica Rules

OSHA’s New Silica Rule You may or may not know that on September 23rd, OSHA’s new regulations regarding the exposure to silica in the workplace took effect. What is Required of Your Company? Under these new regulations companies are required…

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And The Winner is . . .

On Saturday, August 19th we held the second Hardscape North America (HNA) Pacific Northwest Regional Qualifier at our paver plant in Lacey, Washington. Nine teams competed for an all-expenses paid trip to Louisville, Kentucky to compete with other regional winners…

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Seattle Times: Q&A Backyard Entertainment Spaces

Summer outdoor entertaining season is here in the Pacific Northwest! And how ready is your back yard? The Seattle Times recently published a Q&A article with us on the topic, appearing in a recent Saturday Homes section. ---------- Article Question: …

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City of Seattle Stormwater Management Code

Do you install hardscapes within Seattle’s city limits? Did you know that the City of Seattle now has new guidelines for the management of stormwater and drainage with new construction projects? The new Stormwater Code and Manual came out last…

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Make a Hillside Beautiful with Retaining Walls

If there was one thing you wish you could change about your yard, what would it be? Is it a troublesome hillside that causes dirt and debris to run down every time it rains? These hillsides are not only ugly…

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New Report Details Downtown Seattle Construction Growth

(Photo credit: Downtown Seattle Association website and SLU web dev) Seattle continues to be in the midst of a development boom. The Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) recently released their guide measuring this and reporting on 2016 development activity. You can…

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