Corporate Sand Mining In SF Bay Sparks 'Sand Wars'As sand on the world's beaches runs scarcer, there's a rush to mine it--a sand rush that's playing out right in the San Francisco Bay.
TIME LAPSE VIDEO: Crews Move Massive San Francisco Pier WarehouseWork crews delicately moved the massive framework of Pier 70's Building 15 several hundred feet on San Francisco's waterfront Wednesday, making way for redevelopment of the historic shipyard.
Van Ness Avenue Construction Delays Plague Business OwnersThe Van Ness Avenue improvement project has been underway for two years now, and some business owners say it is now hurting their bottom line.
First Phase Of Shoring Up Transbay Transit Center CompletedWork crews were making progress Monday in the scramble to get the new Transbay Transit Center up and running again.
As Construction Continues, New Doubts Arise For Salesforce Transit CenterWork continued Sunday to shore up parts of the Salesforce Transit Center after engineers found two cracked steel beams running over Fremont Street last week.
Commuters Await Completion of SMART Train Extension to Larkspur FerryDrivers in the North Bay are getting bogged down in heavier than usual traffic as SMART train construction slows down commuters around San Rafael and Larkspur.
Former San Francisco Building Inspection Official Accused Of Forging DocumentsA man who used to run San Francisco's Building Inspection Commission is facing legal trouble after his firm was accused of submitting bogus documents and plans for work on three homes.
Sky-High Construction Costs Hit SF Affordable Housing Developers HardConstruction costs for new housing are going through the roof in San Francisco and developers are feeling the pinch.
Twin Peaks Tunnel Work Can Resume After Worker DeathThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation received clearance from both Cal OSHA and the San Francisco Police Department late Friday night to resume work on the Twin Peaks Tunnel Project, after the death earlier Friday of a signal technician struck by a falling steel beam inside the tunnel.
Trump Tariffs Boost Wildfire Victims' Rebuilding CostsImport tariffs imposed by Pres. Trump are adding thousands of dollars to the cost of building homes, squeezing homeowners seeking to rebuild quickly after losing their houses to wildfires.
Presidio Construction Makes More Room For Runners, BicyclistsCrissy Field Avenue is shut down for construction. Crews are converting it into multi-use trail that will no longer allow cars, reshaping a popular part of the Presidio.
Construction On Twin Peaks Tunnel Hurting West Portal BusinessesWork on the Twin Peaks Muni tunnel is scaring away customers along West Portal Avenue in San Francisco.
Santa Rosa Celebrates 1st Home Rebuilt After WildfiresDan Bradford became the first Sonoma County resident to complete rebuilding and move back into his home since the October wildfires ravaged the North Bay.
San Francisco's Central Subway Project Hits 'Major Milestone'For a look at how San Francisco’s biggest dig since BART stands, you have to ride in a crane-carried bucket about 100 feet beneath the streets of Chinatown.
California Plan Will Help Low-Income Women Train For Construction JobsThe idea is to help disadvantaged Californians get accepted into trade apprenticeship schools — and in so doing, reduce the number of people receiving public assistance.