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Educational Opportunities for Members As 2020 begins, Southern California Contractors Association members can start the year with new SCCA events that educate and inform. 2020 Labor & Employment Law Update “Preparing for Picketing at [...]
Proposition HHH Helps Fund Affordable Housing Construction on the Thatcher Yard affordable housing development is slated for 2020. At more than 100,000 square-foot, the project that will bring 98 units of affordable and supportive housing [...]
There is a California carbon tax collected under what the California Air Resources Board (CARB) calls a “cap-and-trade” allowance program that is netting the state billions of dollars, which are, in turn, spent on a [...]
Construction of Rail Line Would Mean More Than 1,000 Jobs For more than a decade there’s been chatter about connecting the City of Angels to Sin City via rail. It now appears officials are back [...]
When this notice from the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) crossed my desk last month, it caught my eye and seemed like something SCCA should get behind. All our contractors are licensed, and in fact, [...]
Over time, judges and arbitrators have proved themselves sufficiently aware of the hurdles and imbalances contractors are often forced to assume due to the, at times, onerous change order provisions present in construction contracts. As [...]
Annual Event Honors Officers, Board Members Southern California Contractors Association (SCCA) hosts the 47th annual President’s Gala on November 16 at Hotel Pasea in Huntington Beach. The biggest event of the year is also the [...]