Bay Area Startup 3-D Prints House In A DayA San Francisco startup said it can build an entire house in one day, using 3-D printing. Instead of paper and ink, the giant printer uses concrete.
Sinking San Francisco Skyscraper Declared Safe To OccupySan Francisco inspectors say the sinking Millennium Tower is safe to occupy, despite strain on its foundation.
Ground Broken For Oceanwide Center, To Feature 2nd-Tallest Building In San FranciscoOfficials turned the first shovels at 10 a.m. at First and Mission streets for the two-tower Oceanwide Center, a mix of offices, condominiums and hotel.
Easement Denied For Dakota Access Oil Pipeline By Army Corps Of EngineersThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won’t grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Construction Concerns Could Halt Transbay Terminal TunnelThe sinking and tilting of Millennium Tower has raised new questions about San Francisco's downtown building boom.
New Home Sales Surge In Western States Despite Overall U.S. SlumpSales of new homes fell in all regions of the country except the West. The median price of a new home sold in August was $284,000.
More Bids Sought For Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier As Costs SoarGolden Gate Bridge officials are trying to figure out why a suicide barrier is going to end up costing twice what they originally thought.
BART Finishes Repairs Between Daly City, Balboa Park Ahead Of ScheduleWeekend BART passengers will suffer track closures no longer between the Balboa Park and Daly City stations now that extensive repair work has wrapped up ahead of schedule, according to BART officials.
Westbound I-80 In Sacramento Down To 1 Lane This WeekendDrivers are being urged to avoid Interstate 80 in Sacramento this weekend to avoid long delays.
Building Backyard Housing To Be Easier If Proposed California Laws PassThe answer to California’s housing crisis might be right in our own backyards - literally.
Claremont Hotel's 43-Unit Condo Construction Plan Riles NeighborsA battle is brewing over plans to transform one of the most iconic landmarks in the East Bay, the Claremont Hotel.
Deadly Berkeley Balcony Collapse Sparks California Construction Transparency BillCalifornia lawmakers are advancing a proposal aimed at making construction businesses more transparent after a Berkeley apartment balcony collapsed last year, killing six people.