Associated Builders and Contractors today announced the winners of its annual Construction Management Competition, held virtually for 12 teams of undergraduate students from colleges and universities nationwide. Clemson University was named the overall winner of the 2021 competition, with the highest […]
Category: California Builder & Engineer
Statement from ARTBA Acting President & CEO William D. Toohey, Jr., about California Voter Rejection of Prop. 6
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Acting President & CEO William D. Toohey, Jr., released the following statement regarding California voter rejection of Proposition 6.
“By soundly rejecting Proposition 6 and re-electing 95 percent of the state legislators who […]
TRIP Reports: California Motorists Lose $61 Billion Annually On Roads That Are Rough, Congested & Lack Some Safety Features – As Much As $2,995 Per Driver
California Motorists Lose $61 Billion Annually On Roads That Are Rough, Congested & Lack Some Safety Features – As Much As $2,995 Per Driver. A Lack Of Adequate Funding Would Lead To Further Deterioration, Increased Congestion And Higher Costs To […]
Wells Fargo Reports: California Labor Market Update: March 2017
Non farm employment rose solidly across California in March, as employers added 19,300 jobs across the state. The Golden State’s unemployment rate fell 0.1 percentage point to 4.9 percent.
California’s Jobless Rate Falls to 4.9 Percent
California employers continue to hire at a […]
TRIP Report: DEFICIENT, CONGESTED ROADWAYS COST CALIFORNIA DRIVERS $53.6 BILLION ANNUALLY – AS MUCH AS $2,800 PER DRIVER. COSTS WILL RISE AND TRANSPORTATION WOES WILL WORSEN WITHOUT INCREASED FUNDING
Roads and bridges that are deficient, congested or lack desirable safety features cost California motorists a total of $53.6 billion statewide annually – more than $2,800 per driver in some urban areas – due to higher vehicle operating costs, traffic […]