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Wermers Properties, in partnership with R&V Management, have acquired 7.4 acres in Carmel Valley with plans to develop a residential mixed-use complex within the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch.

The value of building contracts awarded locally in August for future construction dropped sharply from a year earlier, with declines in both residential and nonresidential building contracts reported by McGraw Hill Construction's monthly analysis.

(AP) -- New Los Angeles skyscrapers will no longer be required to have rooftop helicopter landing pads under a change in city rules permitting alternative safety measures that will allow designs other than the flat tops mandated since the 1950s.

(AP) -- With harvest time across California, many of the state's once-robust crops -- from the grapes that make world-famous wines to popular almonds -- are anticipated to be smaller than usual this year due to the state's historic drought.

Events this week will range from the Internet of Things to county permits to Orchids and Onions.

The Associated Builders and Contractors San Diego has announced the hiring of Shandon Harbour as its new vice president of safety and education.

The Downtown San Diego Partnership’s initiative to improve C Street in downtown San Diego took to the streets Friday, as the group's leaders were joined by property owners and advocates of the corridor's revitalization in a kick-off event to gather improvement ideas from the public.

McCarthy Building Companies Inc. has finished a complete design-build renovation of the Sharp Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Center, an existing 14,172-square-foot, single-level facility located at 2999 Health Center Drive in Kearny Mesa.

TFW Construction Inc. has completed a new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility -- located at 2450 Business Park Drive, Vista -- for Applied Membranes Inc.

Stacie Greene, vice president, media director and partner of Blue Moon Advertising, was recently the recipient of the Building Industry Association of San Diego's Marketing Professional of the Year award.

Orchids and onions will be awarded this week for the best and worst in local architecture.

San Diego litigator Timothy Hutter was honored by the Building Industry Association (BIA) of San Diego with its 2014 Rookie of the Year award.

Liz Ramirez of The Corky McMillin Cos. may have caught the attention of some seminar attendees as she explained how marketing and advertising works.

Medical-oriented development is continuing to evolve in San Diego County, as construction costs climb.

Students, contractors and staff from the San Diego Community College District turned out Thursday to launch construction of 200,000 square feet of classroom space at Mesa College.

San Diego-based interior design firm Studio Simic has announced the completion of a 3,500-square-foot restaurant remodel for Table No. 10 in the East Village.

After more than 25 years of debates, hearings and lawsuits, San Diego City Hall seems poised to scrap the idea of building a bridge over the Rose Canyon Open Space Park in University City in favor of letting the neighborhood craft an alternate proposal.

Orchids and onions will be awarded next week for the best and worst in local architecture.

From Qualcomm Inc.'s "Tech Cave" break room to Sony Corp.'s headquarters building to the new Scripps Green Breast Care Center, Pacific Building Group has made significant contributions to San Diego's construction scene.

San Diego litigator Timothy Hutter was honored by the Building Industry Association (BIA) of San Diego with its 2014 Rookie of the Year award.

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