Friday, September 24, 2021
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AECOM acquires Shimmick Construction, adding California strength to global business

Global infrastructure firm AECOM says it has agreed to acquire Shimmick Construction, Shimmick, a business serving California and Western U.S. heavy civil construction market. “As...

$16 billion water tunnel receives first regulatory approval — but many more to go...

U.S. wildlife officials have given crucial first approval Monday to California Gov. Jerry Brown’s decades-old ambitions to build two massive tunnels that would re-engineer...
Stefan Uppenberg

International climate change infrastructure procurement project performs first case studies in California

Case studies of the California High Speed Rail and San Francisco AirTrain Extension have recently been completed for the Swedish-funded Ipress project (Implementation of Procurement...
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Skanska announces “high level” hirings, promotion

Skanska has announced two high level new hires in support of its building construction business in California. Additionally, the firm has also promoted a...
smart market report

New study finds BIM gaining ground in transportation infrastructure

Engineers, contractors and infrastructure owners all report increased use of BIM, driven by strong business and project outcomes A new SmartMarket Report from Dodge Data...

Projects and opportunities

omp gardenia project

Overton Moore Properties pays $35.1 million for Gardenia industrial site: Potential future redevelopment plans

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Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) says the firm has brokered the investment sale of a 10.8-acre site with six, leased industrial/flex buildings in Gardena. The...
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Hollywood retail center receives $100 million renovation

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Los Angeles-based DJM Capital Partners and Hong Kong-based Gaw Capital are renovating the Hollywood and Highland retail center  into a mixed-use development with restaurants,...
long beach port

$870 million Long Beach port project delayed for completion of Environmental Impact Statement

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A $870 million rail project at Long Beach’s port complex has fallen behind schedule, as port authorities wait for U.S. Maritime Administration to approve an Environmental...