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MacArthur Park Closed For Rehabilitation

<p>A general view of MacArthur Park on Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2021 in Los Angeles, CA. (Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)</p>

Buyers: Don’t Freak Out When You Get Bad Inspection Results | HGTV

What’s a homebuyer to do if your home inspection has bad results? Drama-Free Real Estate expert Tara-Nicholle Nelson shares her tips and tools.

NASA's asteroid hunter Lucy soars into sky with diamonds

NASA is on an asteroid roll as it launches a series of spacecraft to visit and even bash some of the solar system's most enticing rocks

US religious group says 17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti

The New York Times reports as many as 17 Christian Missionaries from the United States were kidnapped by a gang on Saturday in Port-au-Prince.

Despite pandemic and distance, young cancer patient finally meets life-saving donor

The pandemic has made these in-person reunions' impossible, but despite being hundreds of miles away, a Northridge college student got to thank his donor face to face.

Santa Clarita haunted house celebrates 50 years

You can experience these terrifying twists and turns for free or skip the line by donating $10 to a good cause.

Hollywood: Strike dodged with deal between film and TV crews, studios

After days of marathon negotiations, representatives from the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees reached the three-year contract agreement before a Monday strike deadline.

Strike Averted for 60,000 Behind-the-Scenes Film and TV Workers

<p>A man enters the union offices of The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Local 80, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021, in Burbank, Calif. </p>

Karen Bass reiterates pledge to make solving homelessness top priority

Rep. Karen Bass used the kickoff event for her campaign for mayor of Los Angeles Saturday to reiterate her pledge of solving homelessness her top priority if elected.

Committed to developing affordable housing

Everyone deserves to live in a comfortable, clean, affordable place they call home. It’s no secret that San Diego is an expensive place to live. Throughout our city, residents at all income levels

Braves Walk-Off Against Dodgers 3-2 to Take Game One of NLCS

<p>Ozzie Albies #1 of the Atlanta Braves celebrates after scoring the winning run on a walk-off RBI single by Austin Riley #27 (not pictured) during the ninth inning of Game One of the

‘Deal in Sight' as Monday Strike Deadline Looms for 60,000 Behind-the-Scenes Film and TV Workers

<p>A man enters the union offices of The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Local 80, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021, in Burbank, Calif. </p>

Robert Durst on Ventilator After Testing Positive for COVID-19

<p>INGLEWOOD, CA – SEPTEMBER 08: Robert Durst appears in an Inglewood courtroom with his attorneys for the first clo

Bill Clinton released from UC Irvine Medical Center after treatment for blood infection

Bill Clinton was released Sunday from the Orange County hospital where he had been treated for an infection.

Inspections - This Old House

Inspections on This Old House

Eyewitness Newsmakers with Marc Brown: Dodgers icon Jaime Jarrín on his broadcasting career

On this Sunday's "Eyewitness Newsmakers with Marc Brown," legendary Dodgers broadcaster Jaime Jarrín talks about his decades-long career.

LA County wants Vanessa Bryant and others to take psychiatric exam ahead of trial

In a motion filed in court Friday, the county argued independent medical examinations are necessary to determine whether the emotional distress suffered by Bryant and others were caused by the leak o

Several Dogs at West Valley Animal Shelter Test Positive for Canine Influenza

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SoCal weather: Cool start to the week with chances of rain on Monday

Showers in Los Angeles and Orange counties on Monday morning will knock the temperatures down to the 60s.

Tom York on Business: Investment fund Boosts ‘Missing Middle’ Apartment Projects

San Diego’s Middlemarch Fund, created to finance construction for the “missing middle” — buyers who earn too much to qualify for government subsidies but not enough to pay market-rate rents

Finding the right builder

You have decided to tackle a home rebuild or initiate a major home improvement project, and the next step is to find the right builder. Tip #1: It’s all about the details All building projects have

Murfey Co. bringing back ‘force’-ful Bird Rock Fourth of July Parade

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away … it was a dark time for the rebel neighborhood. Although the death star virus had been destroyed, the people had not been able to celebrate the independen

Bankers Hill Project A Test Case For San Diego’s New Affordable Housing Incentives

A 100-unit apartment complex with no off-street parking is the first to make use of San Diego’s new “Complete Communities” program, which city officials hope will spur developers to build more

Navigating home construction loans

You have decided to create the space you always wanted and want to build your dream home – or complete a major renovation. The next step is maneuvering the construction loan process. While a mortga

Single-home residential construction is strong in San Diego

Existing homes are selling incredibly fast in San Diego County and throughout Southern California, and the same holds true for single-home residential construction. Simply said, single-home construct

Purchasing a New House? Then, Work With a Residence Assessor

Purchasing a New House? Then, Work With a Residence Assessor Why? Well, large scale homebuilders profits rise in direct proprotion to rate of which their homes are finished. Generally talking, homebui

9 Tips for Selling Your Home During Coronavirus

The coronavirus has affected so many aspects of our lives – from how we work to how we exercise, communicate, and so much more. It has also affected the housing market and how we now buy and sell

Optimism in the face of COVID19 challenges

The COVID19 pandemic has affected many different industries – and the adverse effects have been swift and dramatic for some businesses. Because of the stock market’s volatility in response to the

Public-Private Partnerships offer unique strategies

By RUSSELL MURFEY Public-Private Partnerships, often known as the P3 model, are rising in the U.S. –and for good reason. These mutually beneficial partnerships bring together private developers, a

Your partner in affordable housing construction

By RUSSELL MURFEY In recent years, the construction of luxury buildings has accounted for many of the new multi-family units built. While good for the industry, this construction growth does not add

Longwood Plaza 2 is Well Underway!

Our Longwood Plaza 2 unit renovation is coming along. We have completed the drywall installation, started painting, putting in the ceiling grid, and the light fixtures. We take pride in being one of

McKee is Bringing The Walker Miller Equipment Company Vision to Life

We are excited to announce our latest project in Orlando.  McKee Construction Co. in-house design team is working with Walker Miller Equipment Company to bring their vision to fruition.  Not only d

McKee Roofing Can Handle Your Commercial Roofing Needs

McKee Roofing is an affiliate of McKee Construction Company.  Mckee Roofing recently completed a warehouse roof over (for S I Goldman). The 16,380 square foot building is located in Casselberry. Doe

McKee Construction Co. Is Making Headway on The Longwood Plaza Project

We are currently renovating 2 units in a Longwood plaza. One is a 2650 sq. ft. Doctor’s office and the other is a 850 sq. ft. Lawyer’s office. At this time we are in the framing stage with new el

Mckee Construction Co. Is Working on 2 New Projects in Longwood

Our newest project is in Longwood Florida at Lakewood Pointe. We are renovating an 850 sq.ft. Law office and a 2650 sq./ft./ Medical office. Our Florida general contractor is sure to make this locati

McKee Construction Co. Is Tackling Builders First Source

Builders First Source located in Sanford is our newest project. We are replacing 3 buildings due to tornado damage. These buildings are two 5000 sq ft. lumber buildings and a 750 sq ft. office buildi

Thank You For Stopping by The McKee Construction Co. Open House

Our open house was a great success!  Thank you all that came out to enjoy our day of celebration.  The support of the community was overwhelming. We love our new office and hope that you enjoy our

Join Us On March 22, 2019 For Our Open House!

I would like to invite you to an open house for McKee Construction’s new office, located at 717 Monroe Rd. Sanford, FL 32771 on Friday, March 22nd between 12pm-5pm. I have attached a flyer to this

We Have Moved In. Visit The New Mckee Construction Co. Office!

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McKee Construction Co. Will be Moving in This Month!

January 2019 is an exciting time for McKee Construction Company.  Our new office/warehouse space will be ready for occupancy this month. We are excited to share all the hard work that has gone into

The Innovation Imperative

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The Impact of Technological Developments in Construction

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Four Growing Commercial Construction Trends To Watch in 2017

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Three Common Myths About Construction

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Two Techniques to Improve Teamwork

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Teamwork in Construction

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Preparing for Inclement Weather

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Starting a Construction Project: Permit Considerations

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“Thank Goodness I’m not my own General Contractor!”

The post “Thank Goodness I’m not my own General Contractor!” appeared first on DBG Construction.

Communication: Setting Up Construction Projects for Success

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