Construction To Begin On Jesuit High School Campus

Swinerton Builders in Sacramento this month will begin foundation work for a new 10,478-square-foot chapel for Jesuit High School on Fair Oaks Boulevard.

It is also studying the consent agreements signed between the Competition Commission and the contractors concerned. Welcoming the outcome of the Competition Commission investigation in June 2013, the cidb Acting CEO Hlengiwe Khumalo described collusion as exclusionary by its very nature and has the impact to undermine development and transformation in the construction industry. She said the cidb intends to follow the substance and process of the law as outlined in its prescripts in dealing with the collusion case and does not wish to pre-empt the outcome of the formal inquiry. The companies will be investigated in terms of the cidb Code of Conduct and the Construction Industry Development (CID) Regulations of 2004 as amended. The cidb has thanked the media for its role in exposing collusion in the construction industry and has impressed on the need to be afforded the time and space to follow its own processes of investigation and enquiry judiciously and within the bounds of its mandate.

Contact Center Solutions Interaction Analyzer™

aItas a piece the campus has been looking at for a long, long time,a said Alan Wolf , the Sacramento division manager for Swinerton. The new entrance will prompt installation of a new stoplight on Fair Oaks as well, he said. The current entrances to Jesuit are on side streets from Fair Oaks Boulevard. Along with the new entrance, the chapel will allow the school to increase the maximum number of students, to 1,100 from 1,000. Wolf said the single-story chapel should be an attractive building, but itall be a bit set back from Fair Oaks.

Construction begins on Gentilly Walmart after long effort to revive Katrina-flooded shopping center

2013.JPG Demolition has started on the Gentilly Woods Shopping Center on Chef Menteur Highway and Press Street in New Orleans, where Walmart will build a Supercenter. Sept. 10, 2013. (Mark Waller, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) View/Post Comments Construction has begun on a long-in-the-works Walmart Supercenter on the site of the Gentilly Woods shopping center. Demolition of the shopping center, which sat vacant since Hurricane Katrina, began last month. The new store could open in August 2014.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s