Throughout the week of Nov. 8, The Daily Transcript is discussing how modern-day technology is providing a catalyst for growth and workforce development within specific industries. Today, Nov. 12, we focus on construction.

  • IDS announces new construction software

    San Diego-based Interactive Design Systems (IDS) recently announced general availability of its new MC3D software package that enables bridge builders to control the geometry of segmental bridges constructed of pre-stressed concrete.

  • Developers discover hidden treasures in Imperial Beach

    The need for more housing throughout Southern California, relatively affordable land costs, a coastal setting and continuing low interest rates are combining to spur on heavy real estate activity in Imperial Beach.

  • Web site delivers new home seekers to builders

    NewHomesDirectory.com, San Diego's leading Internet advertiser for new home builders and developer of the San Diego BIA's new mobilizing system Crusader, unleashed their latest system, Tsunami Builder Edition, this fall and is making preparations to release yet another industry-changing system early 2005 that will bear the auspicious name, Undertow.

  • Building Industry Association unveils Crusader

    The Building Industry Association of San Diego County recently unveiled Crusader -- a custom software application designed to mobilize building industry employees at the grassroots level.

  • Dowler-Gruman designing high-tech studios

    Dowler-Gruman Architects, an architectural and design firm with offices in downtown San Diego, is designing high-tech "motion capture" studios, used in the research and development of video game software. The architect, in partnership with San Diego real estate services company Veralliance Properties, is designing the interior build-out of the Barnes Canyon Road site for the owner PMSI Barnes Canyon. The total price tag for the project is about $4 million. Dowler-Gruman is headquartered in Mountain View.

  • High-tech building construction uses sunlight, seawater to save energy

    At Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, the lights are controlled by sensors that measure sunlight. They dim immediately when it's sunny and brighten when a passing cloud blocks the sun.

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