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California Hotel Construction To Increase In 2018

Jan 23, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

     California’s hotel business is booming. The state set a new record in 2017 for the most hotel rooms opened in a single year, according to Atlas Hospitality Group’s 2017 California Hotel Development Survey.      The 10,793 rooms that came online edged out 2008’s previous high of 10,286 rooms. California boasts 859 hotels with 125,749 […]

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5 Daily Habits That Will Boost Your Leadership in 2018

Jan 18, 2018 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

Being a better leader doesn’t have to be that hard Being a better leader has so many benefits; it helps drive better results, helps increase employee retention, and it reduces stress levels.  The more you lead, the less you will have to manage, and it’s management that raises the stress levels, not only for your […]

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Tests reveal more details about Tesla’s solar roof

Nov 01, 2017 (0) comment , , , , , ,

Brief: Tesla’s new solar roof tiles recently received a Class A roofing product classification from Underwriters Laboratories, according to Electrek, which stands to speed up the permitting process and, in turn, application in the market. The tiles contain two solar cells with a maximum power of 6 watts each for a maximum power level of […]

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Looking Back: 6 Things You Might Tell Your Younger Self

Nov 01, 2017 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

Workers Comp Insurance for California and Texas

Listen to your gut. When we first start out as entrepreneurs, we have a lot of passion, and we think we know what we are doing. But let’s face it, we are bound to make some mistakes along the way. But the great thing about mistakes is that when you learn from them, you gain […]

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Water you having? These home pools feature swim-up bars

Nov 01, 2017 (0) comment , , , , ,

Here we thought swim-up bars were something only seen at resorts featured on MTV Spring Break. It turns out, we just aren’t hanging out with the right crowd. Apparently, lots of people like to have bars nestled right up to their outdoor swimming pools. Why shiver when getting a refill on your beer, when you […]

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What construction companies should know about post-disaster FEMA contracting

Oct 20, 2017 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

So far this summer, the United States has seen what many would consider to be more than its fair share of natural disasters. Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Houston on August 25 causing an estimated $198 billion in property damage. Less than two weeks later, Hurricane Irma made its way through Florida and into the […]

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‘Shark Tank’ Judges Say Successful Entrepreneurs Share These 5 Traits

Oct 12, 2017 (0) comment , , , ,

Succesful entrepreneurs consider themselves mavericks and disruptors — people who shatter the status quo. And it’s true that most of them made their fortune by thinking differently. But the truly successful may not be as unique as they’d like to think. According to the Shark Tank judges, they all share common characteristics, good and bad, that have made them […]

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Southern California building boom is so big, construction hiring tops the nation

Sep 28, 2017 (0) comment , , , ,

A construction worker walks around the site of the new Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. The hospital is being built on a earthquake protection system, being the world’s first 3D seismically isolated hospital building. (Stan Lim, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) If Southern California was a state by itself, it […]

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California high-speed rail: Everything you need to know

Sep 20, 2017 (0) comment , , , ,

The $64 billion plan to bring 800 miles of track up and down the Golden State You’ve probably heard that California is trying to build its own shiny and speedy bullet train. After voters approved a 2008 ballot proposition that kicked off one of the nation’s largest and most ambitious infrastructure projects, the state’s High […]

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Elon Musk’s Boring Company gets the OK to tunnel under Los Angeles suburb

Aug 31, 2017 (0) comment , , , ,

Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s tunnel-boring outfit, The Boring Company, has won permission from the Los Angeles suburb of Hawthorne, CA, to dig a tunnel nearly 2 miles long and up to 44 feet deep under city streets, according to Curbed Los Angeles. The project must still get permitting from the state labor and transportation debartments. […]

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