A San Diego-based charity created by the founder of the Price Club warehouse shopping chain plans to donate $50 million to the USC School of Public Policy, reported the Los Angeles Times. [Read more…] about USC Public Policy School to Get $50 Million, New Name
VERDEGO, a Venice based interior design firm, is rethinking the idea of public gathering spaces. Working with the surf, skate, and snow communities in Southern California, VERDEGO is currently nearing completion of a 10,000 square foot Quiksilver store in Venice, CA. [Read more…] about Interior Design & Community Spaces: Venice, CA.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved an agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Port of Long Beach for a Marina del Rey dredging project. [Read more…] about LA County Supervisors Green Light Marina del Rey Dredging Project
A federal program coming soon to Los Angeles International Airport will make getting through the flight check-in process quicker. [Read more…] about Federal Program for Speedier Check-In Coming to LAX
The public is invited two a couple of upcoming meetings on the planned Expo Line, a light rail train that will give commuters an alternative for traveling between Downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica. [Read more…] about Public Meetings Planned on $2 Billion Expo Line
A long-awaited $7 million restoration plan for the Malibu Lagoon can move forward thanks to a San Francisco County Superior Court ruling Thursday, reported the Los Angeles Times. [Read more…] about Court Ruling Moves Stalled Malibu Lagoon Restoration Forward
The California Air Resources Board voted Thursday to adopt a final cap-and-trade regulation program, an important element in the state’s climate plan. [Read more…] about California Board Adopts Cap-and-Trade Program
Celebrating its’ tenth anniversary, the GreenBuild Conference & Expo (http://www.greenbuildexpo.org
Many developers would love to do projects of great design that are successful from every standpoint.