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Back in Motion for its 250th anniversary, San Diego gets an update

08/05/19 – The Architect’s Newspaper: Back in Motion For its 250th anniversary, San Diego gets an update

As it celebrates the 250th anniversary of its founding this year, San Diego is rethinking past projects, planning billions of dollars’ worth of new projects, and coping with a housing shortage that is making it one of the nation’s least affordable markets.

The most significant project on the boards is the redevelopment planned for Horton Plaza shopping center, a 1985 postmodernist downtown mall designed by Jon Jerde. But there are many other megaprojects under construction or in the offing throughout this county of 3.3 million residents…Read More>

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Gafcon Volunteers for One San Diego

08/14/19 – We Have Your Kids Back: Inspiring Kids to Succeed Each year, the school supplies lists grow, and families in need often struggle to find a way to ensure their child will be able to attend their first day of school with necessary school supplies. One San Diego ensures that these students in need show …read more

100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies

08/06/19 – San Diego Business Journal’s 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies Congratulations to the winners of the San Diego Business Journal’s 2019 Fastest Growing Private Companies awards. Your achievement inspires us all. Gafcon is ranked #68 for the list of fastest-growing private companies in the San Diego Business Journal. Read More> Read Article in PDF> …read more

Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve

7/31/19 – Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve ENR Construction companies face the same challenges as technology companies and must be willing to embrace new technology to do their work As professionals who work in program, project and construction management, much of the work we do is fundamentally the same as it was …read more

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