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REAL ESTATE
November 8, 1987
Construction has begun on a $6.3-million, 51,200-square-foot medical office facility for Kaiser Permanente in Montebello. CHCG Architects of Los Angeles and Montclair are the designers of the three-story building and Robert E. McKee Inc. of Los Angeles is serving as construction contractor.
BUSINESS
January 5, 1990
Hitachi Chemical Co.'s chemical research laboratory on the campus of UC Irvine is designed to accommodate the newest Japanese technology for use by both industry and university scientists engaged in medical research. General contractor for the $9-million, precast concrete facility is Robert E. McKee Inc., a subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Pasadena. McKee constructed the four original buildings on the UCI campus in 1961.
REAL ESTATE
March 23, 1986
How much does it cost to keep clean? It cost TRW $5,833 a square foot for one specialized, 240-square-foot room in its new $22-million, 210,000 square-foot semiconductor manufacturing plant in Manhattan Beach. The square-foot cost of the clean room is an industry record, according to Roger Anderson, president of San Francisco's Rasmussen Ingle Anderson Architects and Engineers.
NEWS
September 22, 1985 | TERENCE M. GREEN, Times Staff Writer
Buildings grow from the ground up but they usually don't stop and wait for 20 years in the middle of the process. The 655 Hope Street building, at Hope and 7th streets, did just that. It went up eight stories in 1964 and hovered there until last summer, when it started to grow again. When its second growth spurt is finished about the end of this year or early next year, it will be a 17-story office tower. And fully modern.
REAL ESTATE
February 24, 1985
The Voit Cos. will develop a $10-million, 120,000-square-foot high-tech research and development facility on a 6.34-acre site at the southeast corner of DeSoto Avenue and Prairie Street in Chatsworth. The Woodland Hills-based commercial/industrial developer purchased the site from Stroh Container Co. for $4 million; both parties were represented by Gordon J. Mace & Associates.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1986 | ARMANDO ACUNA, Times Staff Writer
Construction bids for San Diego's waterfront convention center came in more than $20 million over budget Wednesday, pushing the cost of the much-touted center--originally set at $95 million--to more than $150 million. The high bids surprised officials of the San Diego Unified Port District, which is building the facility, and some of them expressed shock. If anything, port officials were expecting construction bids to come in lower than budgeted.
NEWS
September 17, 1995 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although the Los Angeles rail project has been marred by spectacular accidents and high worker injury rates, contractors have earned nearly $3 million in lucrative but little-known "safety bonuses" and stand to make millions more in the years ahead, records and interviews show. Inspections have produced thousands of citations against the contractors on the multibillion-dollar construction project--including some of the same firms that are collecting safety bonuses for their work.
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