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Officials Float New Bay Delta Water Conveyance Plan
07/21/15
California officials again revise plans to construct a $15-billion Bay Delta tunnel and pumping stations

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Deadly Berkeley Balcony Collapse Prompts Code Changes
07/21/15
The new regulation requires regular maintenance inspections for balconies of existing and future buildings.

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05/12/15 Gov. Brown Unveils Scaled-back Bay Delta Plan

Water officials previewed a significantly downsized plan to restore habitat at the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
02/16/15 Legacy Award: Psomas Pounds the Pavement for Greener Infrastructure

Psomas diversified his engineering firm to facilitate growth, then led development of a sustainability rating system for infrastructure projects
02/16/15 Legacy Award: Trailblazer Contractor Reshaped Project Delivery

Strategist Ken Sletten cleared the way for fast-track construction, guaranteed-maximum-price contracts and critical path scheduling
10/06/14 Subcontractors Enjoy Bounty of Work in California

Specialty contractors are seeing double-digit revenue growth, an influx of private funding and an increase in job complexity
09/30/14 Rains Prevent King Fire From Damaging Power, Water Infrastructure

After destroying multiple structures, the King Fire in California is 90% contained after rains assist firefighters’ efforts.
09/30/14 Controversial San Francisco Tax District Fuels Transbay Terminal

Major funding source for big San Francisco projects may face a lawsuit.
09/16/14 LAX Breaks Ground on $508M Revamp of Southwest Airlines' Terminal

The modernization at Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport will be phased, with final completion expected in 2018.
08/25/14 Officials Assess Damage, Condemn Buildings After Major Calif. Earthquake

Bridges and major roads were spared, but some buildings, water mains and gas lines were damaged in the magnitude-6.0 earthquake near Napa.
08/05/14 PG&E Faces New Criminal Charges for San Bruno Pipeline Fire

New criminal charges filed against a California utility over the 2010 San Bruno pipeline fire could add $1.5 billion in fines.
08/05/14 Purple Line Bidders Accuse L.A. Metro of Flawed Evaluation Process

Some bidders say they were not properly evaluated in L.A. Metro's best-value contract for the $1.6-billion Westside Purple Line extension project.
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