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ENVIRONMENTAL LAWSUIT BILL

March 10, 2017

We are also pushing back and opposing SB 49 (de León; D-Los Angeles) an overbroad bill that includes a private right of action for environmental laws similar to the Private Attorneys General Act provisions that have led to shakedown lawsuits for alleged labor and employment law violations. According to the CalChamber, which has just tagged this bill More »

ALL-GENDER SINGLE-USE BATHROOM LAW NOW IN EFFECT

A new California law went in to effect on March 1, 2017, that requires facilities with “single use bathrooms” make those facilities gender neutral. Basically, if you have bathrooms at any of your properties that one person can go in and lock the door, you need to change the door sign to indicate it is an “all-gender” bathroom. The bill that More »

NON-RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING SURVEY – IMPORTANT!

In partnership with the Utility Codes and Standards Team, the California Energy Commission is seeking input from companies that have done nonresidential lighting retrofit projects. It is very important that property owners and managers provide input to this survey since lighting retrofits have been one of the biggest sources of increased cost per square More »

2017 CASp EXAM REGISTRATION

Registration is now open for the June 2017 Certified Access Specialist (CASp) examination to be held in Sacramento and Riverside on June 28th. Individuals with CASp certification are in high demand by clients seeking to ensure their facilities comply with applicable construction-related accessibility standards, including the California Building Code More »

INDUSTRYWIDE LEGISLATIVE MEETING

CBPA’s annual industrywide Legislative Committee meeting is scheduled for March 23, in Los Angeles. This is the meeting commercial real estate experts from all the major real estate sectors and industry groups come together to review legislation and set positions and priorities for the work that will happen in Sacramento’s Capitol. More than 400 More »

CALIFORNIA GREEN SUMMIT

The 2017 Green California Summit will be at the Sacramento Convention Center April 26-27 and “Early Bird” registration is now open. Concurrent sessions and keynotes will provide insight into innovations in energy efficiency, fleet management, water conservation, purchasing, green codes, funding for projects and more. Keep your company on the cutting More »

NON-RESIDENTIAL HVAC STAKEHOLDER MEETING

The second set of Utility-Sponsored Stakeholder Meetings to discuss the 2019 Title 24, Part 6 non-residential HVAC topics will be held on March 15 and March 29, 2017 as online webinars. These meetings are part of the stakeholder outreach process undertaken by the Statewide Utility Codes and Standards Team in support of the development of California’s More »

SUPPORT FOR FEDERAL ADA REFORM!

February 10, 2017

A special thanks to our CA Members of Congress who have signed on to H.R. 620 Representatives Scott Peters (D; CD-52), Den Calvert (R; CD-42), Ami Bera (D; CD-7), and Jackie Speier (D; CD 14). We have joined a large coalition of stakeholders in Washington D.C. to applaud and support the introduction of H.R. 620, “The ADA Education and Reform Act.” More »

DROUGHT OVER IN NORTH; SOUTH STILL NEEDS WATER

The U.S. Drought Monitor says that another week of powerful storms has significantly eased the state’s water shortage. Nearly all of Northern California has been classified as out of drought conditions. Much of Southern California, however, remains in Moderate to Severe Drought conditions. However, with some traditionally wet days to come, officials More »

GOVERNOR SETS CA PRIORITIES FOR FED INFRASTRUCTURE BILL

California has released its list of infrastructure priorities for a potential federal funding package. The list consists mainly of major projects costing $100 million or more including new carpool and toll lanes, an earthquake early warning system, and high speed rail and the Delta tunnels. Although the Governor did include expansion of San Luis Reservoir More »

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