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Building Blocks: A Transition Year

Building Blocks: A Transition Year
Our Top 10 Projects from 2015 In the future, when we look back at San Francisco in 2015 from a construction standpoint, we may consider it more of a transition year. Major projects like ... MORE

Unlimited Potential

Unlimited Potential
10 Projects to Shape San Francisco for Years to Come From basketball and mass transit to entirely new neighborhoods and one of the tallest buildings on the planet, the future of San Francisco ... MORE

Supervisors Approve 5M Development

Supervisors Approve 5M Development
Forest City’s 5M project took a massive step forward after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved the development at its Nov. 17 meeting. Construction on 5M is expected ... MORE


Jeremy Cloyd

This Month's Question

"I was working on a home construction project when I fell from scaffolding and hurt my back. A railing that should have been installed was missing. The company that put up the scaffolding says that it was my employer’s job to make sure the scaffolding was safe. It seems like the scaffolding company should have made sure the right railings were in place. Who is right?"

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