CENTRAL COAST CURRENT THREATS

Here is a list of projects in the Central Coast that are currently under threat of a Project Labor Agreement or environmental extortion.

Thursday, 10 April 2014 06:57

Oxnard School District


OSDLocation: Oxnard (Central Coast)

Projected Cost: TBD

The Elementary school district is considering placing a PLA on their upcoming construction program. Eric Christen as been asked to make a presentation at their next board meeting.

 

Entry9850 090814Location: Ventura County (Central Coast)

Projected Cost: $1,000,000.00

The project will require selective demolition to install new concrete curbs, purlins, metal siding and roll up doors. Minor electrical and plumbing work included.

Tuesday, 04 March 2014 22:32

Santa Barbara North County Jail

Santa Barbara County JailLocation: North County Santa Barbara, Santa Maria (Central Coast)

Projected Cost: $140 million

The North County Jail construction is expected to cost at least $96.1 million. The county will pay more than $17.3 million annually to fund the jail's operating cost.

Wednesday, 10 July 2013 10:37

Salinas Union High School District

SHSLocation: Salinas (Central Coast)

Projected Cost: $102 Million

The Salinas High School has had their application into the state for about a year and recently sent in a full set of drawings for review.

Wednesday, 10 July 2013 09:55

Monterey County Jail Expansion

Monterey JailLocation: Monterey (Central Coast)

Projected Cost: $32 Million

Monterey County was approved for expansion funds under AB 900, a state grant for expansion or construction of local jails.

Thursday, 23 May 2013 22:56

Ft Ord Redevelopment

Ft Ord RedevelopmentLocation: Monterey County (Central Coast)
Projected Cost: TBD

The Fort Ord Development project in Monterey California will include the East Garrison Project, a Veteran’s cemetery, the Whispering Oaks Business Park and a horse park. The East Garrison Development Project is a unique partnership between county government and the private sector, which will result in construction of a new community at the former Fort Ord. Located on 244 acres of land, formerly owned by the U.S. Army, the new community will be an inclusive village of 1,400 new homes. The Whispering Oaks Business Park is projected to include 23 lots to be developed on the 53-acre parcel.

Saturday, 23 March 2013 23:49

Hartnell College

College of MarinLocation: Salinas (Central Coast)
Projected Cost: TBD
 
 
cabrilloLocation: Ventura (Central Coast)
Projected Cost: TBD
 
The land used for the Project is owned by the Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation. Phase 1, which was covered with a PLA, of this project includes 74 apartments, a child care center, and a community center. Future phases, with secure funding, are to be considered for a PLA.