A human face was put onto the hundreds of jobs that will be provided by the ’s 520 project. Wednesday night saw hundreds of carpenters, masons, electricians and member of other trade groups pack the Aberdeen High School Commons in the hopes of landing a post with Kiewit-General for the construction work that will begin in February. Casting Basin Manager Stuart Moore was one of a dozen company and department officials, who along with five union groups took down names and handed out info to men and women interested in coming to work on the project. Most of the labor jobs will be handled through the various unions, while clerical and office staff will be posted through the Grays Harbor Work Source office.




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