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San Francisco keeps growing and changing and defining itself as a world-class city in the 21st Century. From the Salesforce Tower to the Transbay Transit Center, the future is now. But that ... MORE

Brilliant Future

Brilliant Future
What the city of San Francisco has cooking to come on line in the coming years is quite remarkable. From a world-class arena and world-class medical facilities to a long-needed addition to the ... MORE

New Residential Highrise to Connect to Rehabbed Aronson Building

New Residential Highrise to Connect to Rehabbed Aronson Building
Webcor Builders is the general contractor for the project at 706 Mission Street that will feature a 43-story, 480-foot tall residential tower with approximately 146 condominium units. The ... MORE

100 Hooper Tops Off in SOMA District

100 Hooper Tops Off in SOMA District
DPR Construction is the general contractor for Kilroy Realty's mixed-use office and industrial complex at 100 Hooper, located in the SOMA district near Mission Bay. The $270 million, 400,000 ... MORE

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Yesterday I tripped on the jobsite because of some loose boards on a walkway and landed on my knees. I got up and had some soreness, but I thought I would be okay; I did not think I needed to go to the doctor and I did not report the fall to my supervisor. When I woke up today, I could barely walk and I am in a lot of pain. What should I do?

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