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Small Business Construction Expo in Oakland provides insights and networking opportunities

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The Small Business Construction Expo takes place in Oakland on March 22. The event at includes a day of educational panels with industry experts, a...
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John Hakel recognized with ECA DIG Award

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The DIG Award Committee of the Engineering Contractors' Association (ECA), has chosen John Hakel of the Southern California Partnership for Jobs (SCPFJ) as the...
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SF Boy Scout’s Construction Industry Lunch-O-Ree scheduled for Oct. 4

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The San Francisco Bay Area Council’s Boy Scouts of America 42nd Annual Construction Industry Lunch-O-Ree will be held on Friday, Oct. 4 at the...
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Procore introduces product advancements at Groundbreak 2019 to connect everyone in construction on a...

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Construction management software provider Procore Technologies, Inc. last week welcomed more than 4,000 construction professionals to Groundbreak, the company’s annual conference that brings together...
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AIA California launches 2020 Architecture at Zero competition

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The American Institute of Architects, California (AIACA) has launched the ninth annual Architecture at Zero competition for zero net energy (ZNE) building designs. The competition...
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Mixed-use development planned for 840 acre site in Vacaville

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Triad Lagoon Valley, a Washington-based limited liability company affiliated with Seattle-based Triad Development, has purchased 840 acres from Lennar Corp. Triad is planning to develop...

Reedley College begins construction on new $20-million building

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Reedley College celebrated the start of a new project last week, with a ground-breaking ceremony for the schools new math and sciences building. Artist renderings...

Electric is the only way to go for renovated and new public buildings in...

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New or renovated government buildings in San Francisco - including libraries, community centers and office space will have to go all electric under a...