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San Diego Unified School District dedicated a new synthetic turf field at Fulton K-8 School on May 5. Students, parents, school staff and district leaders were on hand for the celebration. Participating in the ceremonial ribbon cutting are (front) Fulton students, and (back, from left) Lisha Shaw, Fulton PE teacher; Marne Foster, board of education president; Stanley Munro, principal; Cindy Marten, district superintendent; and Lee Dulgeroff, chief facilities planning and construction officer.

If you are a construction enthusiast in Southern California, it is unlikely that you haven't heard about the future 1-million-square-foot technology campus in San Diego's mid-city market. The esteemed piece of property was purchased by prominent San Diego-based Murphy Development in 2014. The five lots are complete, fully entitled and ready to be developed with build-to-suit opportunities for technology, corporate headquarters and R&D facilities.

Dempsey Construction has started phase 1 of a two-part comprehensive renovation and expansion project for the Holiday Inn Express in Mira Mesa.

(AP) -- The head of a panel overseeing the new $6.4 billion eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is calling for an investigation of additional problems that have surfaced on the bridge.

(AP) -- San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is floating a proposal to tear down part of a major interstate and build an underground rail tunnel in a project that would open up a whole new area of the city to redevelopment, a newspaper reported Monday.

The supply of new hotel rooms isn't close to meeting demand in most areas of the country, and the disparity appears even greater in San Diego County.

RSI Roofing of San Diego recently completed two charity roofing jobs.

There are numerous construction updates at municipalities during May's second full week, including 13 items before the San Diego Planning Commission.

Business and professional groups will hold a range of activities this week.

(AP) -- Residents in some San Francisco Bay Area cities are again going to experience sour-tasting drinking water.

Grossmont Healthcare District, the landlord of Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, has finalized the sale for two separate series of general obligation bonds totaling nearly $200 million.

A veteran community planner submitted a plan to build 270 homes at the former Escondido Country Club site on Wednesday.

(AP) -- A rare overnight campground along San Francisco Bay will be the centerpiece of a new multi-million dollar recreation area in development.

San Diego-based architectural firm Carrier Johnson + Culture announced that Michael Engel has joined the firm as health care studio director effective May 1.

San Diego-based Pacific Building Group has re-purposed an outdated structure into a full-service imaging center for Imaging Healthcare Specialists.

A design team from the Southwestern College Architecture Club won Best-in-Show and Best Theme Interpretation awards at the 2015 Design Village Competition held at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

(AP) -- State water regulators say Californians conserved little water in March and local officials were not aggressive in cracking down on waste.

UCSD and the construction management firm Kitchell have built a new two-story 40,000-square-foot central utilities plant to replace the old plant and provide power to the new hospitals and future medical facilities.

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