Members of the San Diego State University chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association are transforming a parking structure in Chula Vista into a leaner, more energy-efficient building — in theory, anyway.
Facing the growing likelihood of a Sacramento-imposed deadline, members of the San Diego City Council have begun laying the groundwork for a proposal that would require all city contractors to pay prevailing wage rates to their workers.
Ramona-based R.A. Burch Construction Company Inc. is being awarded a $9,008,513 modification to increase the maximum dollar value of task order 0002 for work at the Station Communication Center at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms.
In honor of Armed Forces Day on Saturday, the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce is hosting a day of food, fun and entertainment for active duty military and their families. Other events this week include presentations on forensics in the construction industry and looking for innovative technologies from emerging companies.
The Board of Supervisors will receive on Tuesday an evaluation of programs across the state administering Property Assessed Clean Energy, while a stalled hearing on the county's wind ordinance will continue Wednesday.
May 20, 2013, 5:00 pm -- In San Diego news, the results of the state bar exam are out, tech professionals discuss cyberthreats and security, and technology correspondent Phil Baker writes about the Samsung Galaxy S4.
March 20, 2013 -- Reporter James Palen goes onsite for a look at a solar installation at a La Mesa home, and takes a look at the various and expanding options for potential residential solar customers. Sullivan Solar explains what people thinking of going solar can expect and how they can make the change to an affordable one.
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