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The likelihood of a homeowner being approved for a short sale and foreclosed on a day or two later has diminished as a result of California laws that took effect Jan. 1.

Four laws pertaining to construction mechanics' liens have had little effect since coming online last year.

Cases and claims dealing with workers' compensation got some major overhauls with Senate Bill 863, which took effect Jan. 1.

The ongoing South Bay school corruption cases involve 13 active or former area school officials, a construction bond underwriter and the president of a construction firm. All 15 defendants have pleaded not guilty to various charges, ranging from extortion and conspiracy for some to bribery and the intentional filing of false documentation for others. Most of them are charged with multiple counts of each of their alleged crimes. The acts detailed in the indictments deal in large part with the interactions of the school officials, who would carry out votes on who would handle construction and banking activities for projects approved by their districts, with bond underwriter Gary Cabello and Seville Construction Services President Jeffrey Flores. The indictments cover many years’ worth of accusations, highlighting acts such as a dinner reported to have been bought by Cabello for representatives of the Southwestern Community College District at Fleming’s Steakhouse around Oct. 30, 2008 – a dinner reported to have cost him more than $1,100. In all, the indictments laid out more than 200 charges against the 15 defendants.

Since 1982, Clayton M. Anderson & Associates (formerly known as Anderson & Kriger) has been developing a highly seasoned professional staff of construction industry experts who utilize their past experience in construction and technical fields, as well as the latest technology to present their clients’ claims in the best way possible.

New changes to California construction indemnity agreements now favor subcontractors when it comes to legal fees.

Balfour Beatty Construction has recently received industry recognition from two local associations for two of its completed projects.

A look at the draft conceptual renderings recently shown off to the Chula Vista City Council took some of the guesswork out of visualizing what the end product might look like.

The San Diego State University College of Engineering will host its annual Design Day on Friday, featuring project demonstrations from graduating seniors in the engineering program.

Construction in the first phase of renovating the Balboa Mesa Shopping Center is scheduled to begin next week.

Both residential and non-residential building experienced healthy bounces in March compared to the same month a year ago in the San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos metropolitan statistical area.

Starting Wednesday, the new eastbound auxiliary lanes on state Route 78 near San Marcos and Escondido will be open to motorists in the county’s worst measured bottleneck.

Balfour Beatty Construction has appointed Cecilia Kucharski as director of business development for the company’s southwest division.

Interior design and strategic planning firm ID Studios has been selected by the University of San Diego to provide its services for the Betty and Bob Beyster Institute for Nursing Research, Advanced Practice and Simulation.

Construction on a direct access ramp, transit station and park & ride at the junction of East Palomar Street and Interstate 805 in Chula Vista is scheduled to begin this week, the California Department of Transportation announced Monday.

A Superior Court lawsuit has been filed against the city of Solana Beach in a case concerning the erection of property-protecting sea walls.

R. Michael Murphy, Murphy Development Co. president, was an Otay Mesa pioneer when he developed the first 350,000-square-foot industrial building for Sanyo Corp. 27 years ago. Now, he wants to make his mark again after a long and painful recession.

SCS Engineers announced this week that it has promoted Luke Montague to be its manager of environmental due diligence for its San Diego office.

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The nonprofit J. Craig Venter Institute is building an approximately $39 million facility to replace its existing work space, which is located in an old building off Genesee Avenue and not close enough to higher institutions and other research institutes, according to Robert Friedman, chief operating officer of the J. Craig Venter Institute.

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