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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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The California State Contractors License Board, or CSLB, reached a settlement Friday that revoked the license of Segue Construction Inc., the general contractor responsible for building a Berkeley apartment complex where six people fell to their deaths and seven were seriously injured after a balcony collapse in June 2015.
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The California State Contractors License Board, or CSLB, reached a settlement Friday that revoked the license of Segue Construction Inc., the general contractor responsible for building a Berkeley apartment complex where six people fell to their deaths and seven were seriously injured after a balcony collapse in June 2015.
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After a June 2015 balcony collapse in Berkeley, state legislators have introduced a new bill that aims to prevent future collapses by requiring inspections at least once every five years.
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After a June 2015 balcony collapse in Berkeley, state legislators have introduced a new bill that aims to prevent future collapses by requiring inspections at least once every five years.
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Over a year after the Downtown Berkeley balcony collapse that killed six people and injured seven, the California Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, filed a formal accusation Tuesday to revoke or suspend the license of Segue Construction Inc., the company responsible for the balcony’s construction.
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Over a year after the Downtown Berkeley balcony collapse that killed six people and injured seven, the California Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, filed a formal accusation Tuesday to revoke or suspend the license of Segue Construction Inc., the company responsible for the balcony’s construction.
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into legislation Thursday intended to increase transparency between licensed contractors and the Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, in light of the 2015 Berkeley balcony collapse.
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into legislation Thursday intended to increase transparency between licensed contractors and the Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, in light of the 2015 Berkeley balcony collapse.
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Enforcement staff at the Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, have determined that five contractors involved in the construction of a balcony that collapsed last June probably violated California law, potentially leading to the suspension or revocation of the contractors’ licenses.
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Enforcement staff at the Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, have determined that five contractors involved in the construction of a balcony that collapsed last June probably violated California law, potentially leading to the suspension or revocation of the contractors’ licenses.
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