The Rebuild SoCal Partnership blog will keep you informed on the latest initiatives, local projects and news in infrastructure and construction.
The Rebuild SoCal Partnership advocates the union of labor and management at the table together for the good of the Industry. Our purpose is to improve the lives of Americans who rely on infrastructure daily. We are dedicated to working with the elected officials and educating the public in Southern California on the continued need for infrastructure funding and to enhance the regions’ workforce development while creating career construction jobs.
We raise public awareness and educate elected officials about the issues impacting the 12 counties of Southern California.
Embracing a Community with San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Nora Vargas
This week on the Rebuild SoCal Podcast, we were joined by San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Nora Vargas. Chairwoman Vargas is a first-generation immigrant and [...]
Celebrating Women in Construction
March 5-11, 2023, was the 25th Annual Women in Construction (WIC) Week! RSCP celebrated over a million women who pursued impactful careers in construction and who work [...]
Women in Construction: Teresa Stevenson Discusses how Joining the Operating Engineers was the Best Thing She Has Ever Done
Today on the Rebuild SoCal Podcast, we are joined by Teresa Stevenson, an Operating Engineer for Local 12 in San Diego. Teresa’s journey to the construction field [...]
Many Paths, One Mission: 2023 Women in Construction Week (WIC)
March 5-11, 2023, is the 25th Annual Women in Construction (WIC) Week! RSCP is celebrating over a million women who pursued impactful careers in construction and who [...]
The Value of Sweat Equity in Construction with Union Laborer Charles Fair
This week on the Rebuild SoCal Podcast, we were joined by Charles Fair, a member of Laborers Local 89 in San Diego. Charles sat down with Host [...]
Infrastructure Investments are Critical to the Health and Well-being of Our Communities
Whether it’s a natural disaster or a catastrophe stemming from human error, the communities most at risk from the negative long-term impacts are ones without robust, updated [...]
Housing opportunities, transportation policies, and other aspirations are being put into action within San Diego County
We’re excited to announce that this week’s episode of the Rebuild SoCal Zone Podcast features San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher! Supervisor Fletcher has been leading the [...]
Inland Empire’s Logistics Industry Is a Job Boon for Working Class Families
By Jon Switalski The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing regions in California. Commercial and industrial development offers good paying jobs [...]
What’s SoCal without San Bernardino County?
On this week’s episode of the Rebuild SoCal podcast, San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman explains the need for urgent infrastructure investments, reminding listeners that "we can't conserve [...]
California Storm Infrastructure is Devastatingly Outdated. Could Los Angeles County’s Efforts to Rebuild Guide Our Statewide Efforts?
California is getting a reprieve from the near continuous rainfall occurring over most of the state. Now that the skies are clearing up, it’s easy to see [...]
California, Pummeled by Another Atmospheric River Storm, Still Facing Drought Conditions
After the most recent round of heavy storms, California’s snowpack – which in April of last year was only totaling 38% of average – is averaging at [...]
California’s Raincheck on Improvements to Water Capture Systems Results in Loss of Critical Resources—During a Drought
California is no stranger to the devastating impacts of drought, including water shortages, wildfires, economic losses, and wildlife habitat destruction. Residents are increasingly familiar with water restrictions [...]