Sacramento’s largest architecture firm embraces employee wellness
with collaboration spaces, indoor and outdoor gathering spaces
and elevated workspaces known as “treehouses.”
Preservation projects are being embraced in the Capital
Region in an effort to preserve history and protect the
Established in Auburn in 1984, JK Architecture Engineering (JKAE) is an award-winning design firm offering architecture, civil engineering and structural engineering services from offices in Auburn, San Jose, Tahoe City and Reno.
Celebrating 100 years in business, Nacht & Lewis Architects, Incorporated has long been part of the fabric of Sacramento and the surrounding communities. It has created landmarks, shaped the skyline and established itself as part of the city’s history.
The State of California’s Master Plan for Aging states that by 2030, demand for residential care and housing will double. According to the Department of Human Services, at least 70 percent of the population over age 65 will require some type of post-acute care, including assisted living and skilled nursing or rehab services.
Jim Williams and Jack Paddon launched their architectural firm Williams + Paddon in Roseville in 1981, and though it was a time of recession, they persevered and built tremendous success that endures 40 years later.
Established in 1997, MarketOne Builders celebrates 25 years in business as a leading force in today’s construction industry.
After five years of planning, Aggie Square has broken ground in Oak Park. We chat with Chancellor May about how the project’s partners are responding to concerns and what Aggie Square aims to bring to the region.
Stantec, a global architecture and design firm with a significant presence in Sacramento, is committed to helping close the gender gap in STEAM fields with a company-wide Inclusion and Diversity program.