The towers of the Harbor Club rise above the San Diego Convention Center. Photo by Chris Stone

Construction specialist on July 22nd Cornerstone Managing Partner installed a new building maintenance unit or a swing stage on the iconic Harbor Club‘s two 424 foot tall twin towers on the central San Diego waterfront.

Construction workers will rely on the capabilities of a massive 400-foot crane for the installation.

According to a company spokesman, the work will take three days.

The installation follows the closure of the helipads in 2019 on each of the two 41-story skyscrapers.

Now, this next phase of the project is to install 75,000 pound BMUs on each of the luxury high-rise towers that will be used to preserve the exterior of the building and facilitate emergency access.

The company will not have to ask tenants to leave the building, the spokesman said. He also said this was the first project of its kind in San Diego to be approved. Cornerstone is the first to use this installation method.

Cornerstone is local with an office in Los Angeles.

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Miami-based physical training start-up BlazePod opens an office here in sports-loving San Diego.

The 4-year-old startup has developed a training program that combines physical and cognitive training to increase the performance of those who are looking for ever greater fitness.

According to a press release, the company has raised nearly $ 10 million in two rounds, some of which is being spent on a nationwide rollout.

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Would you like to donate a computer that you no longer use often?

Cable communication provider Cox communication and charitable Computer 2 children will collect unwanted computers and other electronic items in the main Cox campus parking lot on Federal Boulevard on July 31st.

Interested readers can submit articles, many of which are used to aid low-income students who need equipment for their schoolwork.

Many of the donated devices are pulled from the pile and reprocessed. Details of the drive-through event can be found at c2sdk.org/coxconserves.

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One head is better than two when it comes to striving for a better Balboa Park. Two long-time Agencies, Friends of Balboa Park and the Balboa Park Nature Reserve have come together and created a new non-profit organization, Forever Balboa Park.

The combined company was formally incorporated on July 1st. According to a press release, the new group will be in a better position to work with the city and other agencies to support the many functions of Balboa Park and ensure that the park remains a recreational center for the area.

The press release states that a new CEO is currently being sought to lead the group.

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San Diego startup Nativity Lake recently introduced web-accessible AI technology to help those involved in home sales find available photos of homes in the market.

Cribsee technology analyzes every photo found in detail and extracts overlooked elements “to improve search functions that cannot be seen elsewhere,” according to a press release.

Cribsee is now available for real estate in California, Arizona, and Washington, with plans to be in 30 states by the end of summer. The new service is the brainchild of a former aerospace engineer turned investor and entrepreneur Richard MontaƱo.

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based in San Diego Lysulin, making a consumer product that helps diabetics says the U.S. Patent Office has signed another patent for its flagship product, lysulin.

The product is available at a dietary supplement Walmart and Amazonn. head of the company, John F. Burd, is the founder and original CEO of DexCom, who manufactures glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management.

The company now has six patents, with the most recent covering its method of improving beta cell function with a supplement.

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Preface: Lions Club International President Douglas Alexander recently met with members of the club in downtown San Diego.

A spokesman said the club said Alexander’s visit was part of planning for the international governors in February, which also coincides with the 100th anniversary of the local club’s formation.

Rooted in the local economy, the service group has 1.4 million members in more than 47,000 clubs worldwide.

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News from the north. Well, life is slowly returning to normal.

The Karlovy Vary Chamber of Commerce says it will host a special edition of its Carlsbad Village Street Faireon on July 25th. The fair will take place with reduced opening times – from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. – out of consideration for the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Top chamber manager Bret Schanzenbach A prepared statement said the event will “feature unique vendors with a little of everything: crafts, antiques, unique clothing, items from around the world, a food court and more”. This despite its smaller size, he added.

Unvaccinated people are urged not to participate due to possible exposure to COVID-19.

Tom York is a Carlsbad-based independent journalist who specializes in writing about business and economics. If you have any news tips you want to share, send them to tom.york@gmail.com.

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