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CARLSBAD ó Dempsey Construction is handling the comprehensive office build-out for a new urgent care facility at the North Coast Medical Plaza, a multitenant medical office building at 6010 Hidden Valley Road in Carlsbad.


The Board of Port Commissioners directed staff on Tuesday to issue a Request for Proposals, which is currently expected to be issued on May 20. Staff will review proposals and return to the board on August 11 with recommendations on moving forward.

Celadon, an affordable, high-rise house development, recently opened in downtown San Diego.

(AP) -- Colorado is slogging through a wetter than normal spring, with heavy rains restoring much-needed moisture to parched rangeland and sending some rivers over the banks.


The 320,000-square-foot building for Sempra Energy at 424 Eighth Ave. in the East Village is nearing completion and there may be new life for the space being left behind.

Balfour Beatty Construction has been honored by the Construction Management Association of America’s San Diego Chapter with the Project of the Year award for its Devore Stadium improvement project at Southwestern College.

(AP) -- San Jose businesses and residents will soon have to restrict their water use or face fines, as the city becomes one of the largest in the state to impose strict water-use limits amid California's ongoing drought.

Ground has been broken in the East Village for the city of San Diego's first project under its Community Benefits Agreement.

The San Diego construction industry seems to be mostly active, especially on the public sector side in 2015, but challenges are on the horizon when it comes to pricing and labor according to a panel of executives at The Daily Transcript’s third annual Construction Day held May 6.

On the Depot Springs Beer Co.'s website, there's an electronic clock ticking down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the scheduled opening of its brewery in La Mesa.

In just a matter of weeks, the county will celebrate the 16th rural fire station building project since the County Fire Authority was formed in 2008: Boulevard.

Some of the biggest names in San Diego’s hospitality scene are revealing fresh offerings in the coming months, from big remodels to new construction.

The term “social climber” will take on new meaning and fitness enthusiasts will have a new place to hang out, quite literally, in Mission Valley when construction is completed this fall on the new $5 million Mesa Rim Climbing and Fitness Center.

San Diego County is moving full steam ahead with two parking garage projects that have a combined cost of almost $70 million.

The Navy is charging ahead with its plan for a $700 million, 24-project Special Warfare Command campus on the south end of Silver Strand Training Complex to accommodate a growing Navy SEAL force and aging facilities at its command on Coronado.

The 40-year-old affordable housing development hugging the edges of downtown and Bankers Hill on Third Avenue near Date Street is in transition.

The first homes in the long-awaited Harmony Grove Village are set to open at the end of May.

San Diego County’s hospitality industry seems to be booming once again, now that the recession has cleared the dust.

Viejas Casino & Resort recently held a topping out event for their new luxury hotel. Held on March 20, numerous people participated in celebrating this major construction milestone. Swinerton was joined by tribal leaders from the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians, company executives, and local dignitaries. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer spoke to the crowd, highlighting the many benefits the hotel brings to the region.

Chosen to work on one of the first ever Distributed Energy Storage Integrations (DESI) project in Southern California Edison territory, Baker Electric was contracted to engineer, procure and construct a grid tie 2.5 MVA /2.5 MW hour battery storage system.

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