Half Moon Bay Breaks Ground On Highway 1 Traffic Safety ProjectThe city of Half Moon Bay broke ground Thursday on a traffic safety project along state Highway 1 that will realign its intersection with Main Street and Higgins Canyon Road.
Construction Of Backyard Granny Flats Booming In Bay Area During PandemicRedwood City-based Abodu says interest in its accessory dwelling units or ADUs, also known as granny flats or backyard cottages, has more than doubled since the pandemic began.
Self-Help Workers in St. Helena Build Their Own HomesA self-help housing project in St. Helena is building homes for lower-income families in one of the most expensive communities in the Bay Area.
Berkeley Holding Meetings on Development At BART StationsThe city of Berkeley plans to hold the first of three community meetings on Monday to discuss planning for the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations.
Homebound Pandemic DIYers Put Pinch on Lumber SuppliesYour next home-improvement project may well cost more due to a shortage of lumber and you can blame COVID-19 for it.
Montague Expressway Closed All Weekend While VTA Crews Hoist Pedestrian Bridge Into PlaceMontague Expressway near the Great Mall in Milpitas will be closed from Friday at 7 p.m. through Monday 5 a.m. to allow a VTA-construction team to hoist a pedestrian bridge into place.
San Jose Caps Fees on Construction Near Diridon Station to Boost DevelopmentBy an 8-3 vote, San Jose lawmakers froze infrastructure fees in most parts of the city and set a maximum for fee increases in the Diridon Station area through 2023.
San Francisco's Central Subway Sees Completion Date Pushed Back To End Of 2020The proposed completion date for construction on San Francisco's Central Subway extension into Chinatown has been pushed back yet again by the city's transit officials.
Caltrans: Highway 101 - Alemany Overpass Project Finishes Ahead of ScheduleAn overpass replacement project at Highway 101 and Alemany Blvd. in San Francisco has been completed and the new highway deck will reopen Friday morning, two days ahead of schedule, according to Caltrans.
Coronavirus Update: San Jose Officials Consider Easing Restrictions For Construction WorkWhile most businesses will remain closed under shelter in place, things could soon be loosening up for some types of work in the South Bay, including construction.
Caltrans Makes Progress On New US Highway 101 Bridge Deck Project In San FranciscoCaltrans crews made good use of the empty roads and reduced traffic due to the coronavirus shelter order over the weekend, making good progress on the new US 101 bridge deck in San Francisco.
Caltrans Begins Ambitious Project To Replace US Highway 101 Bridge Deck At Alemany Circle In San FranciscoCaltrans crews on Friday took advantage of the reduced traffic during the lockdown, starting work on a major project that's closing US Highway 101 near the 280 split.
Fake Notice On Danville Home Threatening Penalties For Non-Essential Construction Was A PrankIt turns out a fake cease-and-desist letter threatening penalties for non-essential construction activity posted the front door of a Danville resident’s home on Friday, was a prank.
Coronavirus Update: Danville Resident Receives Fake Letter Threatening Penalties For Non-Essential ConstructionA fake cease-and-desist letter threatening penalties for non-essential construction activity was dropped off at the front door of a Danville resident's home, according to authorities.
Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place: Spy Shop, Construction Projects, Golf Club Among Essential ServicesAround the Bay Area, the unnatural stillness of the streets cannot be denied. Sidewalks and roads are empty. But if you look closely enough, some people and entities are still conducting business as usual.