Tag: San Diego
Ware Malcomb moved into a new, larger office space in San Diego, driven by growth of the firm’s local employee and client base.
Ware Malcomb announced that three of the firm’s recent projects won awards at the San Diego Business Journal’s 2018 Best Real Estate Deals awards ceremony.
SCS Engineers partners with Manchester Financial Group to support development of Manchester Pacific Gateway
SCS Engineers is working with Manchester Financial Group on the $1.5 billion, 3 million-square-foot Manchester Pacific Gateway development on San Diego’s waterfront.
Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering announced the approvals of Merge 56, Pacific Village, and Pacific Highlands Ranch (PHR) Village Commercial Phase II. The project approvals demonstrate Latitude 33’s ability to effectively work with valued clients and decision makers to achieve its clients’ goals.
The Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute (CFSEI) will host the 2018 CFSEI Annual Expo on May 15-16, 2018 at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside Hotel. This event is designed for architects, builders/contractors and engineers, with an educational program geared toward both skilled cold-formed steel (CFS) framing professionals as well as newcomers.
SmithGroupJJR, one of the nation's largest integrated design firms, expanded its national presence with the opening of an office in San Diego. This is the 10th U.S. office for the firm, in addition to its location in Shanghai, China.
Swinerton topped out the new Terminal 2 Parking Plaza at San Diego International Airport. Swinerton team members from Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego partnered with Watry Design and Gensler as a design-build team to deliver the new parking plaza.
Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering announced that the San Diego City Council approved Unitas at Pacific Highlands Ranch. The residential project is one of several recent achievements by Latitude 33’s Planning Department.
Latitude 33 Planning and Engineering and Tucker Sadler Architects announced that the mixed-use project on Friars Road received approval from the City of San Diego Planning Commission.
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