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Alan Nevin has joined the Xpera Group as director of economic and market research.

Solana Beach-based Watkins Landmark Construction celebrated on Tuesday a milestone in the building of Stadium 2 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, the construction of which broke ground in March during the 2013 BNP Paribas Open.

(AP) -- Long Beach has gone low-tech in its battle with freeway noise by erecting what's called “The Great Wall of Mulch.”

San Diego County is one of the world’s leading craft beer destinations, and recognized for the variety, character and quality of its local brews. So, it’s only fitting that San Diego’s largest craft brewery -- Stone Brewing Co. -- will soon be featuring new locations at San Diego International Airport.

(AP) -- The federal government is withholding more than $2.2 billion in grants from Los Angeles County's train and bus system because of labor union complaints over state pension reform.

In coming years, schools across the Temecula Valley Unified School District will be the focus of millions of dollars in improvements, and the district could see planning efforts underway on potentially four new schools.

La Mesa-based Umstot Project and Facilities Solutions LLC has hired M. Boone Hellmann as a resource consultant to collaborate on future projects.

General contractor and construction management firm C.W. Driver has acquired Good & Roberts, a 34-year-old, San Diego-based construction company.

San Diego and Sacramento saw the largest decreases in the rate of homes going under contract in 14 days, with drops of 6 and 7 percentage points, respectively, according to Redfin's Fastest Markets report for June 2013.

Back in August 2010, the level of construction activity at San Diego International Airport’s Green Build project was highlighted by foundational pile driving tests, and preparing for the demolition of the second pedestrian bridge standing in the path of a new dual-level road in front of Terminal 2. The Terminal 2 expansion, which is what the piles being tested were needed for, hadn’t even begun yet. Fast-forward three years later. The light at the end of the terminal has been reached.

The $907 million expansion of San Diego International Airport dubbed “The Green Build” has far exceeded expectations in getting done on time and under budget, and in funneling work to local businesses.

The plan for shifting passenger access and processing to the north side of the airport is taking shape as the completed Green Build developments to the south look to take advantage of them in the future.

In an effort to reduce airport traffic congestion and improve customer service, a new Rental Car Center is now in design for the San Diego International Airport.

To say the San Diego International Airport Green Build Landside Project was built with the community in mind would be an understatement. From early community input into the design, to local subcontractor involvement, added sustainability elements, and the construction of the world’s largest United Service Organizations facility at an international airport, the $227 million Terminal 2 landside improvements are the result of significant community involvement.

"The Green Build," the largest construction project in the San Diego International Airport’s history, is nearly complete. Celebrating its grand opening Aug. 8, The Green Build includes a three-story, 460,000-square-foot expansion of Terminal 2. The project began construction in 2009, and will be completed on time and under budget.

The following are the board members and executive leaders of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.

Welcome to a special section detailing the many dimensions of San Diego International Airport’s largest-ever improvement project -- The Green Build. Completed on time and expected to come in at more than $45 million under budget, the improvements offer significant benefits not only to those who use SDIA, but also to the San Diego region as a whole.

When the 460,000-square-foot Green Build expansion officially opens to the traveling public on Aug. 13, the new shops and restaurants just might convince passengers to arrive a bit earlier for their flights.

When developing a project, all parties involved are looking for the best value for their investment. That is why finding a company that can help you with the installation of structural concrete, and the design and installation of site concrete and decorative concrete, is both time-effective and efficient. Instead of hiring three separate concrete companies, developers can rely on one San Diego firm to install all three types of concrete. That company is Concrete Contractors Interstate.

The center is named in honor of Neil Ash, a dedicated supporter of our nation’s military service members and the visionary behind the creation of the first USO center at San Diego International Airport.

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