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(AP) -- By 2024, Los Angeles International Airport should finally be connected to the region's transit system.


Dempsey Construction has completed a comprehensive exterior renovation of a 5,962-square-foot multitenant building at the Southport Business Park in National City.

(AP) -- The White House is singling out Boston, San Francisco, Seattle and 13 other cities for leading their peers in efforts to address climate change.


The American Council of Engineering Companies of California (ACEC California) unveiled Tuesday recipients of its Engineering Excellence Awards, which included the work of four engineering firms on public improvement projects in the San Diego region.

The next phase of master planning is beginning at San Diego International Airport.

Changes to the state’s density bonus law that go into effect in January will make it more difficult -- and perhaps less likely -- for developers to pursue housing projects under the statute, say industry experts.

The downslide in building contract values that began a few months ago in San Diego County continued through October. The latest report from McGraw Hill Construction showed that October contract values for future construction were down in both residential and nonresidential construction compared to October 2013.

Construction is scheduled to begin on an auxiliary lane project on Interstate 805 at East Plaza Boulevard in National City this week.

(AP) -- State water officials say they're entering California's wet season with a glimmer of optimism, following three drought years.


A groundbreaking ceremony for the North Harbor Drive Realignment Project has been scheduled for Dec. 3 at 12 p.m.

Twenty-one projects and contractors were recognized for their design, craftsmanship and safety at the 2014 Associated Builders and Contractors San Diego Excellence in Construction Awards dinner Nov. 21.

Activity is picking up after the Thanksgiving weekend, as municipalities have several construction updates in the first week of December.

BioMed Realty Trust's i3 development, located in the University Towne Centre area, is expected to be the next big thing in laboratory space here.

(AP) -- Sacramento will speed up the city-wide installation of water meters at homes and businesses -- hoping to beat a state-mandated 2025 deadline by five years.


A unit of The Corky McMillin Cos. has paid $7.25 million to acquire 156 acres for a planned 636-unit residential development known as Quarry Creek in Carlsbad.


The craft beer market in San Diego hasn’t hit the saturation point yet, even with more than 100 breweries soon to be open, said representatives of two 18-year-old breweries, who added that maintaining high quality is key for continued success.

(AP) -- Two lawsuits allege Costa Mesa discriminated against recovering drug and alcohol addicts by crafting regulations meant to drive them out of town.


Sullivan Hill shareholder Timothy Earl will serve as a panelist at the 2014 Construction Defect Seminar and Holiday reception on Dec. 11 at the Hilton Costa Mesa.

(AP) -- A Japanese firm said it will go ahead with plans to open a light-rail manufacturing facility in Los Angeles County, a month after threatening to pull out when talks with organized labor groups stalled.

The city of Temecula is nearing completion of the design and construction plans for the Interstate 15/state Route 79 South Ultimate Interchange project. The project will modify the city’s most southerly interchange where Temecula Parkway (SR-79 South) intersects with I-15, building upon improvements constructed by the county of Riverside some 15 years ago.

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