Special Coverage: Construction Industry Conference 2017

Building a ready-to-employ workforce

The North Bay construction industry has rolled out a new program to give high-school seniors not planning on college a hands-on chance to discover whether a well-paying career in the trades is a better option.

Getting out of the way of the jobs-housing rebalance

The San Francisco Bay Area’s approach to housing creation needs serious remodeling to end the crisis-level shortfall, says the leader of a major homebuilder group.

Local economies need to be ‘nimble’ to survive what’s coming

Such economies are preparing their workforces for the employability cliff that’s coming with robotics and artificial intelligence, says a consultant to business boosters nationwide.

Accessorizing the Bay Area toward more housing

One solution to the housing crisis gripping the North Bay and the rest of the San Francisco region is to add homes to the ones that already exist, according to Marin County-based advocate for accessory dwelling units.

How to build affordable housing affordably

One solution to the Bay Area affordable-housing crisis might be a public-private-nonprofit effort.

SMART is coming; where’s the housing?

‘We have a lifetime opportunity right now because of this train that’s coming to town to create and re-energize neighborhoods….’

Sonoma County Airport builds to accommodate success

With four more airlines signing on to serve Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport in the past year, its manager outlined plans about to take off for construction there to accommodate the new traffic.

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