Thursday, December 1, 2022

President Biden visits L.A. to talk infrastructure

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California Construction News staff writer In a speech at Los Angeles County Metro's Purple Line Extension’s Westwood/VA Station construction site on Oct. 13, President Joe...

San Diego looking at public land for new affordable housing

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California Construction News staff writer San Diego city and county officials say they will work together to build 10,000 subsidized housing units on government-owned land,...

Build Better SD initiative launched to speed up infrastructure improvements

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California Construction News staff writer The Build Better SD initiative has been approved by San Diego council, replacing outdated, inequitable planning policies that restricted incoming...

Ambitious climate proposals presented to Legislature

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California Construction News staff writer Calling the proposal “urgent”, Gov. Gavin Newsom presented proposals addressing climate change with the state Legislature last week. “Cleaning the air...

$50 million announced for roadway construction at LAX

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California Construction News staff writer The terminal roadway at LAX will be modernized with $50 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. “LAX is our gateway to...

Critical infrastructure construction underway at HOPE San Francisco sites

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California Construction News staff writer Construction has started on extensive infrastructure improvements at Sunnydale and Hunters View, to prepare sites for construction of more than...

San Francisco launches $77.2 million street paving plan

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The City of San Francisco has launched a $77.2 million street resurfacing program  that targets paving 500 blocks in neighborhoods citywide, funded by local...
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Sacramento sues Teichert Construction for non-compliant work and ‘fraudulent billing’ on water meter contract:...

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The City of Sacramento has filed a 256-page lawsuit against Teichert Construction for non-compliant work and fraudulent billing related to Teichert’s work on the...
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L.A. faces massive rezoning challenge to accommodate 250,000 new homes by mid October, state...

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Los Angeles has been delivered a daunting challenge: It must rezone to accommodate an additional quarter-million new homes by mid-October after state housing regulators...
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Former Sacramento arena could become 183-acre medical campus after upcoming city council vote.

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Sacramento leaders are preparing for a vote that could transform the former home of the Sacramento Kings basketball team, including a new California Northstate...

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Monterey Bay desalination plant approved by California Coastal Commission

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California Construction News staff writer The California Coastal Commission (Commission) has approved a development permit for intake slant wells needed to provide ocean water and...

South LA Eco-Lab receives $35 million for green job development

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California Construction News staff writer The South LA Eco Lab, a collection of environmental and economic development projects in South Los Angeles last week received...

AECOM group hired to manage California high speed rail program

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California Construction News staff writer An AECOM joint venture has been selected by the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CaHSRA) to provide program management for the...