Tag: San Francisco
A conversation with Greg Laugeni, GCP Applied Technologies Due to the growing demand for high-speed data connections, particularly 5G, microtrenching is sweeping across the U.S. Recently,...
Mare Island, Calif. – Factory_OS, a leader in revolutionizing home construction by building multifamily homes more affordably and sustainably while creating jobs, and funding innovation,...
Devastation (left image) following the 1906 earthquake that dramatically impacted the economic and social growth of San Francisco compared with the “West Coast’s most...
On Tuesday, Sept. 25, crews discovered a fissure in one of the steel beams in the ceiling of the third level Bus Deck on the eastern side of the Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco. The Transbay Joint Powers Authority, after conferring with design engineers and contractors, temporarily closed the transit center.
Nearly five years after holding its first meeting in Southern California, Women in Construction Operations (WiOPS) will launch its Northern California Chapter during a free informational outreach event on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, announced the firm’s San Francisco office has relocated to a new larger location at 360 Pine Street, 2nd Floor, in San Francisco. The move reflects the firm’s growing client and employee base in the city and surrounding Bay Area.
Ware Malcomb announced its LePort Montessori Schools project in downtown San Francisco was honored with the “Give Award” from the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).
Miyamoto International, a global earthquake + structural engineering firm, opened an office in San Francisco January 3. The firm has added seven offices globally in the past three years.
Arup and Jay Paul Company, a real estate firm based in San Francisco, announced that 181 Fremont (the third tallest structure in San Francisco) has achieved a REDi Gold Rating, which will make it the most resilient tall building on the West Coast of the U.S. when completed.