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Vertical aquarium could be an iconic addition to San Diego waterfront

7/23/19 – Vertical aquarium could be an iconic addition to San Diego waterfront Attractions Management By Andy Knaggs A 170,000sq ft (51,816sq m) vertical aquarium is one of the ideas being considered for a proposed 500ft-high (152m) observation tower at the centre of a development project on the California coast at San Diego. Seaport San …read more

Seaport San Diego tower is like nothing else on California’s coast.

7/22/19 – Seaport San Diego tower is like nothing else on California’s coast. That’s the problem The San Diego Union Tribune By Jennifer Van Grove A proposed observation tower at the edge of Pacific Highway is a polarizing symbol of change that could make or break the larger, $2.4 billion redevelopment effort planned for downtown’s …read more

Kahua is Enabling Innovation

07/11/19 – Kahua is Enabling Innovation on The Kahua Network – Announces 100th Partner Trained on kBuilder Kahua, the creator of the world’s premier cloud-based collaborative network for real estate and construction project management, is proud to announce its 100th partner has been trained on the kBuilder. kBuilder is a… SOURCE Kahua Kahua, the creator …read more

ENR 2019’S TOP 100 FIRMS

6/12/19 – ENR 2019’s Top 100 Professional Service Firms: Companies Aim to Offer Clients More ENR By Gary J. Tulacz ENR 2019’s Top 100 Professional Service Firms: Companies Aim to Offer Clients More In the current hot industry market, third-party construction and program management firms also are finding new momentum. While some clients are choosing …read more

Refugee Camp to Gafcon Role

6/2/19 – Building: From Refugee Camp to Gafcon Role, He Embraces Challenges San Diego Business Journal By Ray Huard Seaport Part of Builder’s Amazing Journey Canh Tran knew he wanted a career in construction from the time when a seventh-grade teacher told him he’d done a good job on a drafting project. “I was drawing …read more

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Red stands for “We deliver complex projects that power vibrant communities.”