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.
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California Storm Infrastructure is Devastatingly Outdated.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 [...]
Our Conversation with Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger
In the latest Rebuild SoCal Zone Podcast episode, host Jon Switalski speaks with Supervisor Kathryn Barger, who proudly serves residents of Los Angeles County’s 5th District. Supervisor [...]
Southern California Voters Show Overwhelming Support for Investment in Jobs and Infrastructure
On behalf of Rebuild SoCal Partnership, I would like to congratulate the recently elected leaders throughout Southern California. From the California State Legislature to the halls of [...]
Happy Thanksgiving from Rebuild SoCal Partnership!
As we head into the holiday season, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for our trustees, partners, and colleagues who work hard every day to [...]
Our Conversation with Dr. Ray Wolfe, Executive Director of the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA)
In the latest episode of the Rebuild SoCal Zone Podcast, host Jon Switalski speaks with Dr. Ray Wolfe, Executive Director of the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority [...]
City of Coalinga Paid $1.1 Million to Keep Water Running Amid Historic Drought
With the city on track to run out of water in the next few weeks, Coalinga officials spend over $1 million to supply the community through the [...]
Metrolink’s Arrow Train Begins Service from Redlands to San Bernardino
This month, Metrolink celebrated the launch of its new Arrow passenger rail service from Redlands to San Bernardino. Planned and constructed by the San Bernardino County Transportation [...]
Metro’s Newest Transit Is Up and Running
It’s been three weeks since Metro opened its newest light rail line to the public. The K Line, also known as the Crenshaw/LAX Line, serves the communities [...]
The future of Los Angeles depends on a reliable supply of safe, clean drinking water
Droughts are getting worse and more constant. Los Angeles County can’t simply conserve its way out of this problem by using and consuming less water at home. Local leaders [...]