April 27, 2018
Quartz Hill Library, delivered through a public-private partnership (P3) with Los Angeles County, was honored last night by the Construction Management Association of America/Southern California Chapter. Griffin Project Manager Justin DiRico (left) and EVP Kelly Boyle, along with Los Angeles County Public Library Capit ...
April 19, 2018
La Cañada City Council members approved plans for their new City Hall last week that call for $6.45 million in renovations, though financing options and deciding whether reserve funds will be used to help cover construction costs remain to be seen. In an April 12 special meeting, the panel took a virtual walk-through o ...
April 14, 2018
What is likely Half Moon Bay’s largest and most anticipated public project ever, the new $24 million, 22,000-square-foot library that has been years in the making is set to open its doors by August. The City Council adopted a donor recognition and naming policy for the library at a meeting last week, and Public Works D ...
April 11, 2018
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April 9, 2018
Saturday's grand re-opening of the Marguerite Aquatics Complex in Mission Viejo featured Olympic inspirations for young athletes: a flags of nations parade, trumpets, autograph-signings by past Nadadores Olympic swimmers and divers, and more than 1000 cheering fans. The comprehensive $11 million renovation solidifies t ...
April 4, 2018
Olympian Greg Louganis, who took the last plunge off of Marguerite Aquatic Center’s historic but aging dive tower in 2016, will return to the home of the world-renowned Nadadores swimming and diving club. This time to celebrate the opening of the renovated tower and other facilities. Louganis – as well as fellow Olympi ...
April 3, 2018
Half Moon Bay’s new library is taking shape. The Net Zero Energy facility will be ready to serve San Mateo County’s coastside communities in late summer. Learn More
April 2, 2018
Traditionally used for infrastructure and revenue-generating projects, the public-private partnership (P3) delivery model is becoming more popular as a cost-effective delivery method for all types of public facilities, including social infrastructure projects. At a time when few public agencies have millions in ...