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Capitol Yards Breaks Ground in West Sacramento!

Last week, our firm and our client The Wolff Company celebrated the groundbreaking of Capitol Yards apartment homes in West Sacramento. The project is the largest of its kind to...

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Natural Stormwater Strategies – Multiple Cases and Applications

For decades, Stormwater has been routed to drain inlets (DI’s) and piped underground to either a treatment plant or the nearest river. While efficient at purveying water quickly from...

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The Arbors at Oak Park Celebrates Grand Opening!

The Arbors at Oak Park, a senior affordable project our firm designed, had its grand opening today. It was a great event with strong community support, attended by neighborhood...

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Natural Ventilation Strategies – Case Study: UC Davis Tercero Student Housing Phase Two

Historically almost all buildings were naturally ventilated. In hot climates of the Middle East 2000 year old structures utilize solar chimneys. Natural ventilation uses natural forces to promote air movement....

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Our firm has been recognized as bike friendly!

The Sacramento Area Council of Governments has awarded Mogavero Notestine Associates a 2013 certificate for being a bicycle friendly business. Businesses in the Sacramento region are eligible for certifications based...

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AIA EXPO in Denver: Cool New Products, including a Holodeck

There were about 16,000 conferees and 1,000 vendors at the American Institute of Architects 2013 National Convention and Expo in Denver the week before last. A “petting zoo” showcase of...

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Grand Award Honors for 7th & H

With entries from around the world, but largely from California and the west, Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) awarded our 7th & H mixed-use building with the 2013 Judge’s Special...

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Sacramento Valley Conservancy Glamps and Kayaks

The Sacramento Valley Conservancy offered the chance to do sunset kayaking at their “Glamp Out” (glamorous camping) event at Camp Pollock.  The camp, which was built in 1924 and run...

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McKinley Park Play Structure Community Build

http://vimeo.com/68412006 Hundreds of volunteers converged at McKinley Park last week to rebuilt something that had been destroyed by arson. Years ago, my kids loved the old wooden play structure at...

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Neon Museum – Las Vegas

Last week, we visited the boneyard of classic neon signs from The Strip at the Neon Museum of Las Vegas.  The stories of these relics were conveyed during an excellent...