BPC 2017 Spring Summit

Please join Bay Planning Coalition for our  2017 SPRING SUMMIT Uncharted Waters: Finding Opportunity in Uncertainty   Thursday, May 11 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Oakland Scottish Rite Center   Click here to register!  Click here to view the agenda This full day event brings together leaders in industry, commerce and regional planning and infrastructure from across the wider […]

BPC Gains Congressional Support for Local Beneficial Reuse Projects

Click here to read the letter from 11 members of Congress to the  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in support of including the Bay Area as a beneficial use pilot program site Click here to read the letter from BPC CEO John Coleman to Garret Graves re: Testimony for the March 9, 2017 Subcommittee Hearing on Building […]

San Francisco Chronicle: Will SF Bay wetlands restoration be a casualty of EPA cuts?

Will SF Bay wetlands restoration be a casualty of EPA cuts?     By Carolyn Lochhead,  Friday, March 3, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration could eliminate all federal funding for wetlands restoration in San Francisco Bay, according to a budget plan that has shocked local and state officials, but is just one piece of broad […]

BPC Members Reception

BPC Members Reception With Special Guest Congressman Mark DeSaulnier Monday, March 13, 2017 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP 1111 Broadway, 19th Floor Oakland, CA CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 4:30 PM: Doors open to President’s Club members 5:00 PM: Doors open to all BPC members Refreshments will be provided. Please […]

BPC EXPERT BRIEFING: Emerging Environmental Risks for the San Francisco Bay

Emerging Environmental Risks for the San Francisco Bay Thursday, March 30, 2017 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Marsh Risk & Insurance Services San Francisco, CA CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PROGRAM CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PRESENTATION SLIDES (PDF) Join us for an Expert Briefing about the potential impacts of sea level rise to the […]

Scott Birkey, Cox Castle & Nicholson: Reforming Land Use Policies to Solve California’s Housing Problems

California’s Department of Housing and Community Development recently issued a draft report describing the state’s housing needs and challenges in light of new data indicating that ongoing production of new homes continues to fall far below the projected need of 180,000 additional homes annually.  The report, California’s Housing Future: Challenges and Opportunities, paints a bleak […]

From The Hill: Senate committee approves Zinke to lead Interior

Senate committee approves Zinke to lead Interior BY DEVIN HENRY   A Senate committee on Tuesday advanced Ryan Zinke’s nomination to be President Trump’s secretary of Interior. Zinke’s nomination was approved 16-6 by the Energy and Natural Resources Committee and will move to the full Senate next. Four Democrats joined every Republican in backing Zinke, […]

“Currents” – The Port of Redwood City Newsletter – January 26, 2017

      www.redwoodcityport.com                                                  January 26,  2017 Port Reports Slight Increase in Cargo Movement for 1st Half of Fiscal Year 2016-2017 The Port of Redwood City experienced a 0.2 percent increase […]

SF Chronicle – Bay Area Resilient by Design competition to be launched soon w/ $4.6M grant from Rockefeller Foundation

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The 2017 Annual Newsletter from Dutra Group

    CAPACITY. CAPABILITY. CHARACTER.     Our 2017 Newsletter is here!   Dutra is excited to introduce our newly designed annual newsletter developed and authored by our team featuring the great work, inspiring people and many projects that make Dutra the industry leader in aggregates, dredging and marine construction services!     Click here […]