San Diego-based Coffman Specialties Inc. received a $15.8 million task order to repair airfield pavement at March Air Reserve Base in Moreno Valley.
Westin San Diego Gaslamp hotel targeted as part of national drive by labor union.
La Jolla Vein Care – which treats vein disease and disorders – recently doubled its clinic space.
Kevin Gunderson was employee No. 7 of 6,000 at Illumina. He led the company’s advanced research group for almost 18 years, helping create its first $1 billion product line.
Business events for week of Sept. 24, 2018, and beyond.
One of San Diego’s most historic hotels — the 110-year-old Glorietta Bay Inn in Coronado — has been sold for $39 million to Kamla Hotels, a hotel management and development company based in the Los Angeles suburb of Cerritos.
Park 12 Getting Food and Fitness Retail Tenants
Park 12, the new apartment complex with more apartments than any other in downtown San Diego, is getting closer to being its own city-within-a-city, with the addition of retail tenants.
Willis Allen Real Estate has announced that a home in Rancho Santa Fe it recently listed and sold was selected as a winner in the 2018 HGTV Ultimate House Hunt after receiving the most votes in the Amazing Kitchens category.
Seacrest Foundation announced that it hosted “The 211 Club Patron Recognition Party” recently to honor more than 125 generous and committed contributors.
San Diego State University is bursting at the seams, and a ballot measure that would give the university the right to develop the former Qualcomm Stadium site into a second campus is meant to provide what school officials said is much-needed relief.
As its name suggest, soccer is the big draw in the SoccerCity proposal for redeveloping the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.
On Board With Expansion
With 916,000 passengers and nine cruise lines making calls in peak year 2008, the Port of San Diego was once considered one of the busiest homeports on the West Coast in comparison to Los Angeles, Long Beach and San Francisco, and one of the biggest in all of North America.
HEALTH: Plans Aim to Cut Congestion, Fund Infrastructure
Long a provider of housing for university students, UC San Diego is now pushing for dwellings for employees of its medical system.
ElliptiGo Seeks to Follow Success of Other Disrupters
Sometimes it takes a few years, or even decades, for disrupters to find the right formula to scale their consumer-facing fitness products.
MEDICINE: Extending Lives, Cutting Waste Are Part of Goals
Epic Sciences’ pitch: greater certainty. The company’s portfolio of tests guide cancer doctors deciding on a treatment path, including a test on the market for advanced prostate cancer.
Chris Cramer and Michael Cunningham will be inducted as Lifetime Laureates at Junior Achievement’s 30th annual San Diego Business Hall of Fame Gala on Oct. 25 at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
NONPROFIT: Group Seen as Example of Cooperation, Effectiveness
The San Diego Military Advisory Council has become a role model.
SERVICE: Organized, Corporate Approach Applied to Food Service
More times than not, when food items are off spec based on color, size or shape, they are considered food waste and tossed in the nearest garbage can. But since 1989, Carlsbad-based Good Source Solutions has been helping to reduce the amount of food that goes to the landfills by finding homes for those visually-unappealing products at educational institutions, corrections facilities, nonprofits and hospitals.
Medications can help manage symptoms of Huntington’s disease. But invariably sufferers are robbed of mental and physical abilities.