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“By rethinking streets, localities can deliver better economic performance, new transportation choices, and a higher quality of life,” say Quick Builds supporters. Cities such as San Francisco and Seattle, and groups such as PeopleForBikes, are [...]
The Best Value Delivery Pilot Program presents a unique opportunity for SCCA members to work with policymakers and participating counties. In 2016, California amended the Public Contract Code, Section 20155.1 to allow the use of [...]
What New California Law Means for Building Trades Assembly Bill 5 is now signed into law and will take effect in January. Media coverage of AB5 focused more on how Uber drivers, DoorDash deliverers and [...]
SCCA’s chance to say “Thank you” for all you do. September 11, SCCA held its third annual Membership Appreciation Mixer to thank our members for all they do to support the association and the industry. [...]
Gain Insight, Get Training, Network, Have Fun With the change of seasons comes a number of Southern California Contractors Association(SCCA) autumn events that provide opportunities to learn, get training and mingle with other members. Mark [...]
Investing in our youth for the future of the industry. August 14, SCCA met for the 2019 Scholarship Awards Dinner held at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim. Thirteen scholarships were awarded. The scholarships are made [...]
Demand for Skilled Labor Provides Opportunities While the construction industry is still a massively male-dominated field, over the last five years there has been an 85% increase in construction jobs for women. According to the [...]