Two State Senate bills are more relevant with the ongoing California drought. They require developers to prove that developments with 500 or more units can maintain a 20-year water supply.
It just doesn’t apply to multifamily, though. One delayed project as a result was a 1.8-million-square-foot Skecher’s distribution center in Moreno Valley. Developer Highland Fairview agreed to reduce water use at a 2,700-home housing complex it is constructing.
Are you seeing the drought impact construction on any projects you are involved with?