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The West finished the third quarter with continued growth in design activity, thanks to multifamily residential buildings and previously halted institutional projects.


The San Diego City Council on Monday unanimously approved a measure that should allow the city to continue to get state funds for construction projects, which have been under threat of voter-approved restrictions against requiring "project labor agreements" for construction contracts.

The La Jolla-based Richman Group of California has broken ground on its first residential project in Fullerton.

(AP) -- Golden Gate Bridge officials are again floating the idea of charging bicyclists and pedestrians to use the famed span's sidewalks.


(AP) -- Academy Award winner Joan Fontaine has yet another gift in store for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.


Sacramento-based Clark Pacific has been named to provide precast architectural cladding elements for the new San Diego Central Courthouse, as well as cladding for San Diego International Airport’s new parking garage and rent-a-car facility.

The Del Mar Design Review Board on Wednesday is slated to hear 10 requests for permitting to remodel different single-family homes.

Contractors, marketing and lots of anniversaries are on the agenda this week for business and professional groups.

A committee of the San Diego Association of Governments learned Friday that two projects associated with the $6.5 billion North Coast Corridor Project being administered by SANDAG and Caltrans could break ground within the next year.

The San Diego Association of Governments' Transportation Committee is planned to receive an update Friday on the $6.5 billion North Coast Corridor Project unanimously approved by the California Coastal Commission in August.

The NECA National Convention recently played host to the National Green Energy Challenge, where the top three universities went on to compete for the first-place position overall.

SGPA Architecture and Planning welcomed Richard W. Racicot to the firm as its new director of operations -- senior associate.

Sacramento-based Clark Pacific will provide precast architectural cover materials and/or coating elements for the new San Diego Central Courthouse, along with the San Diego International Airportís new parking garage and rent-a-car facility.


The San Diego chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors announced Thursday that its first chapter leader, Bob Winterton, died on Oct. 9. He was 79 years old.


Grading has begun for a major business park on Otay Mesa, one of the major changes in the San Diego/Tijuana region.

The adage "time is money" couldn't be more pertinent to the construction industry. As business and production costs rise, adapting to new technology will no longer be a benefit, but a necessity. Construction software dramatically increases project communications, collaboration, and organization, in turn escalating efficiency, productivity and profitability.

Dempsey Construction has completed renovation and expansion of La Jolla Country Day School’s Upper School classrooms for grades 9-12.

A topping off ceremony was held Wednesday for the St. Paul’s Senior Homes & Services’ new senior community in Otay Ranch.


While surveys by Colliers International and The CoStar Group may differ, it appears that the county's industrial vacancy is continuing to decline.


SMR-ISD Consulting Structural Engineers Inc. recently received an Excellence in Structural Engineering award from the Structural Engineers Association of California (SEAOC) for its structural design of the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Complex (CNATT) at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, CA.

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