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Michael Gregory Builders hit on a winning formula for buyers of high-end real estate when they opened up shop in Rancho Santa Fe Farms in 2012.
Pacific Building Group of San Diego is hiring workers and getting ready for what Chief Executive Officer Greg Rogers sees as a dramatic improvement in the construction market.
School construction and other public projects helped Balfour Beatty Construction come through the recession, and the company is “pretty busy” coming out of it, said Brian Cahill, president of Southwest operations.
A strong balance sheet and demand for hotel and school construction helped Lusardi Construction Co. of San Marcos weather the recession, said Chris Hess, company vice president.
Some Construction Firms Face Challenge of Rebuilding Workforce to Meet New Demand
San Diego’s construction industry is starting to show signs of a slow recovery after a downturn during the recession that hit some segments especially hard while causing a less severe setback to others.
San Diego City Council before year’s end will be revisiting the touchy subject of how to finance affordable workforce housing through fees imposed on new commercial development projects.
San Diego-based HP Investors LLC has joined the group of developers planning the mixed-use Makers Quarter project in East Village, buying out the interest of Portman Holdings for an undisclosed price.
BUILDING: The Improving Economy Spurs Industrial Growth
It’s not the start of any expected boom, but three North County cities are now witnessing what has been a nearly nonexistent sight in the region for the past six years: speculative construction of industrial projects.
San Diego City Councilmember Myrtle Cole has proposed a new compromise measure addressing the controversial issue of raising linkage fees paid by developers of commercial projects to support the construction of affordable workforce housing.
Alliance Realty Partners LLC has proposed a new mixed-use residential project with 269 dwelling units in downtown San Diego’s East Village neighborhood.
The City of San Diego has overhauled processes for accessing information from its development services and purchasing and contracting department, providing for more online access.
RQ Construction LLC of Carlsbad was recently awarded a contract and a task order, with values totaling more than $36 million, for work being done for the U.S. Navy, according to the U.S. Defense Department.
Contracts for future construction in San Diego County rose 35 percent from a year ago in the first eight months of 2014, with a value topping $3.1 billion, according to the latest data from McGraw Hill Construction.
A buying entity recorded as Matmo Ents Inc. has purchased a 104-year-old apartment building in downtown San Diego for $3.3 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Partnerships controlled by San Diego-based R&V Management Corp. have acquired the 644-unit Greenfield Village apartment community in Otay Mesa for $150 million, according to Cushman & Wakefield Inc.