Sunday, December 8, 2019
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San Francisco wins court ruling allowing it to remove subcontractor from $13.7 million project

San Francisco has won a state appeals court ruling to remove a subcontractor the city blamed for a series of gas leaks in 2015...

SummerHill Homes proposes live-work and retail development near San Jose’s The Alameda

SummerHill Homes has proposed residential, live-work and retail development near The Alameda in San Jose, near Google’s proposed downtown transit village. The development would include...
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San Francisco considers more than doubling office development fees: Associations object

The San Francisco Board of Supervisor’s Land Use Committee has voted 2-1 to more than double fees on new office development, potentially scaring away...
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Google outlines vision for major new Mountain View residential development

Alphabet/Google has outlined a framework, master plan and automobile-reduction strategy for a new development to the City of Mountain View, where planned office space...

BART board approves single-bore tunnel project in San Jose

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) says that its board of directors have approved the San Jose tunneling plan, according to Curbed San Francisco. In a...
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$7 billion higher education bond measure reintroduced

Assemblywoman Susan Eggman and two co-sponsors have reintroduced legislation seeking to place a $7 billion bond measure before voters that the Stockton...
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Construction company employees fired for inappropriate Camp Fire images

Three construction company employees helping to clear the wreckage of the deadliest wildfire in California history have been fired after they posted insensitive photos...

Port of Oakland selects Hill International for construction services

Hill International says that it has won a three-year contract to provide on-call construction management services for federally-funded projects for the Port of Oakland. Hill...
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San Francisco now most expensive place in the world to build: Turner & Townsend

San Francisco has displaced New York City as the most expensive place to build, with an average cost of $417 per square foot, Turner...
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SF Boy Scout’s Construction Industry Lunch-O-Ree scheduled for Oct. 4

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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Orange County Museum of Art begins $73 million construction project

The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) started work on the museum’s new building at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa. The...

Sterling selected by CalTrans for $43.6 million highway projects

Sterling Construction Co. says that its subsidiary Myers & Sons Construction has been selected by the California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) for two California...

Ground broken for 135-unit multifamily building in Walnut Creek

Anton DevCo has started construction of Anton NoMa, a 135-unit mixed-use development located at 1910 N. Main St. in Walnut Creek. Anton NoMa is a...