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Interior designer and educator Natalia Trepchina-Worden has been elected to lead the 500-member San Diego chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers as president for the 2015-16 term.

The San Diego Architectural Foundation and the Downtown San Diego Partnership will launch a one-day open house tour of some of San Diego’s most unique architecture and urban designs on Oct. 17.

The Navy has awarded more than $90 million in contracts to three construction companies, marking the commencement of the Naval Base Coronado Coastal Campus projects at the Silver Strand Training Complex - South.

The city of San Diego, in partnership with Civic San Diego, will receive a combined $2.75 million TransNet Smart Growth Incentive and Active Transportation Grant.

The Cleveland National Forest Foundation announced Monday that its attorneys submitted a letter to the San Diego Association of Governments over SANDAG’s proposed 2015 update to its Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy.

Contracts procured since the beginning of the year for future building construction in the San Diego region continue to lag the pace set in 2014.

Expanding the graduate curriculum at its Barrio Logan campus, Woodbury University announced a new Master of Interior Architecture (MIA) program, commencing in fall 2016.

The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority will host a public community meeting on Oct. 6 featuring staff from the Federal Aviation Administration on its proposed SoCal Metroplex project.

State and local officials joined together Tuesday morning with Sweetwater Authority to officially break ground on the Richard A. Reynolds Groundwater Desalination Facility expansion project.

There was a reported 68,700 construction jobs in August, a gain of 3,300 jobs from August 2014. San Diego ranked and 78 of 358 metro areas in the country in terms 12-month percentage change.

San Diego-based development team L2HP, comprised of Lankford & Associates, HP Investors and Hensel Phelps, have unveiled their master plan for Makers Quarter in the East Village.

The National Football League is asking its players to help finance any new stadium in Los Angeles, a prerequisite to putting a team in the No. 2 U.S. media market for the first time since the Raiders and Rams bolted in 1994.

A report last week from the Federal Reserve showed household net worth -- assets minus liabilities -- in the second quarter of 2015 rose to a record $84.9 trillion. While the stock market moved sideways, if not lower, in the three-month period there was a $503 billion increase in the value of residential real estate.

The San Diego Daily Transcript Corp. is closing its doors, so all company equipment must be gone soon.

San Diego-based executive Wendy Cohen will take on an expanded leadership role as vice president of Kitchell CEM's Southern California office.

Caltrans announced Wednesday that because of continuing highway construction work on State Route 76, all eastbound lanes on the highway from Town Center Road to College Boulevard in Oceanside will be closed at night for several hours into Thursday morning.

KCM Group announced that real estate executive Julie Robson has joined the company as director of business development.

The West dipped a bit in demand for design activity in August, but is still in positive territory, according to the latest American Institute of Architects’ Architecture Billings Index.

A grand opening celebration was held Tuesday for the new Paseo Pointe, a mixed-use affordable apartment community in Vista.

Level 10 Construction has completed building a new 16,500-square-foot habitat for Asian leopards at the San Diego Zoo.

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