Industry News

Week of 3/30/14

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Bay Area scores high on low sprawl as second 'least sprawling' region in the country." (Torres, 4/2)

Week of 3/23/14

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Week of 3/16/14

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

San Francisco Business Times reports on the "Real Estate Deals of the Year 2013: Residential finalists unveiled," and they include luxury apartments and rentals, and affordable housing units. (Fancher, 3/18)

Week of 3/09/14

Monday, March 10, 2014

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Fees from UCSF's Mission Bay land deal to bankroll affordable housing." (Dineen, 3/13)

The Wall Street Journal reports that "New-Home Building Is Shifting to Apartments." (Dougherty, 3/9)

Week of 3/3/2014

Monday, March 3, 2014

The New York Times reports that "A Disaster Brought Awareness but Little Action on Infrastructure," referring to a 2007 bridge collapse in Minneapolis. (Haberman, 3/3)

Week of 2/23/14

Monday, February 24, 2014

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Overton Moore starts huge new industrial building in Fremont." (Torres, 2/28)

NPR reports that "Industry Challenges EPA's Greenhouse Gas Rules In High Court."

Week of 2/16/14

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Civil Engineering: The Magazine of the ASCE reports that "Strong El Niños Predicted To Become More Common" because of climate warming.

The New York Times reports that "Obama Requests New Rules for Cutting Truck Pollution." (Baker, Davenport, 2/18)

Week of 2/09/14

Monday, February 10, 2014

Civil Engineering: The Magazine of the ASCE reports that "Researchers Use Ocean Waves To Forecast Seismic Shaking" in the Los Angeles basin. (Cardno, 2/11)

San Francisco Chronicle reports "Bay Bridge's new problem: leaks." (Van Derbeken, 2/8)

Week of 2/02/14

Monday, February 3, 2014

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Ten Bay Area engineers elected to National Academy of Engineering." (2/11)

NPR reports "Sniper Attack On Calif. Power Station Raises Terrorism Fears." (2/5)

Contra Costa Times reports "California drought: Biggest rainfall of 2014 soaks Bay Area." (Rodriguez & Noguchi, 2/3)

Week of 1/26/14

Monday, January 27, 2014

San Jose Mercury News reports that "Oakland's GoldieBlox wins 30-second Super Bowl commercial." (Somerville, 1/31)

San Jose Mercury News reports that "Kentucky man drives coast-to-coast in his Tesla Model S." (Hull, 1/28)

Mashable reports that "The Answer to Affordable Housing Could Lie Within a 3D Printer." (Magdaleno, 1/27)


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