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Preparing for Future Growth Around the Bay

Preparing for Future Growth Around the Bay
Work on the Downtown San Francisco Ferry Terminal expansion project began in May, with crews of operating engineers, pile drivers, carpenters and laborers doing site preparation, demolition ... MORE

Work is in the Pipeline

Work is in the Pipeline
Major projects that are part of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's (SFPUC) Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) are set to break ground later this summer and fall. Work ... MORE

Bay Area Reps Offer Support for Labor’s Bills

Bay Area Reps Offer Support for Labor’s Bills
The San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council and San Mateo County Building Trades Council hosted a series of meetings with Bay Area legislators in Sacramento April 25, along with ... MORE

‘Encouraging Sign’

‘Encouraging Sign’
The U.S. Congress approved a federal budget package in early May for 2017 that includes $100 million for Caltrain's Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project (PCEP). The Federal Transit ... MORE

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Recently, Supervisor Mark Farrell introduced legislation to require a citywide Project Labor Agreement (PLA) for public work or improvement projects with projected costs over $1 million. This will help create higher wages for workers, better protections for workers, better opportunities for local residents, and work of enduring quality for San Francisco.

 

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