Seattle Sees Surge In Construction

When the dot-com market’s over-caffeinated growth imploded in 2002, the Seattle economy was left with vacant office buildings and crowds of unemployed techies lounging around its famed coffee shops. That wasn’t a pretty economic picture for the Emerald City’s electrical distributors and reps.

It’s a different scene today, as several Fortune 500 companies that call Seattle home have led the area’s economy to a new era of prosperity. Blue-chip companies such as Starbucks, Amazon.com and

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