Experts: Construction Work Key To Economic Relief, But Not Immune To Effects Of PandemicCoronavirus has brought some businesses to a full stop, but for construction workers, it’s full speed ahead.
Experts: Sacramento Could Be The First Economy To Bounce Back After CoronavirusExperts say Sacramento’s economy could be the first to bounce back from COVID-19
Massive I-5 Construction: How Will It Benefit Drivers?One of the largest construction projects in Sacramento history has begun.
One Of The Biggest Caltrans Construction Projects Begins This Summer On I-5Expect delays as Caltrans expands HOV lanes and resurfaces I-5 from the river to Elk Grove.
CHP Recovers Construction Equipment Stolen From Camp Fire Victims After They Fled ParadiseThe California Highway Patrol has recovered millions of dollars worth of heavy-duty construction machinery and tools that were stolen from victims of the Camp Fire.
Rebuilding Paradise: Demand For Skilled Laborers May Affect Housing MarketThe construction industry is worried the devastation from the fires could burn into California’s already tight housing market.
A Look At What Could Be Sacramento's Tallest BuildingNew pictures show plans for what would become Sacramento’s tallest building. A gleaming glass and aluminum structure just across the tower bridge, at the entrance to the Capitol Mall.
California May Become First State To Require Solar Panels On New HomesPeople wanting to buy a new home in California may soon face an additional upfront expense -- solar panels that will reduce energy use.
Water Main Break in Carmichael Creates Traffic MessA water main break at the intersection of Fair Oaks Boulevard and Grant Avenue is causing significant traffic delays.
Construction Jobs On The Rebound With Industry Eager For WorkersIt’s a dilemma facing dozens of construction companies in the area—after years of soft building and layoffs, now they need more workers.
$4 Billion Later, World Trade Center Transit Hub OpensThere will be no ribbon-cutting celebration when the train station's grand hall, called the Oculus, opens this coming week because the head of the bistate agency that controls the hub has blasted it as a "symbol of excess," with runaway costs approaching $4 billion.