Prior to launching DesCor Builders in February 2005, founders Brad DesJardin and Neal Cordeiro asked themselves, “How do we create a business that is truly built to last and that can sustain its culture for multiple generations into the future?”
“Architecture is a team sport that depends on collaboration and diverse viewpoints, including those of women,” says Beth Young, principal and Sacramento office director of HGA. “I’ve seen the industry’s landscape change, with more women hired and more women promoted to leadership positions, and HGA is at the leading edge of that evolution.”
After several years of work by Wilton Rancheria, the tribe’s casino operator Boyd Gaming, and local leaders, Sky River is finally up and running.
There are signs that the coworking sector may be on its way back up. If passionate coworking space owners are to be believed, their sofas, meeting tables, conference rooms and event venues may be catalysts for growth in the Capital Region.
A trend that helped many restaurants stay afloat during the pandemic has become a burgeoning new business model.
AmeriCorps, the federal program that recruits Americans
ages 18-26 for a 10-month commitment to national service, turns
30 this year. What do members learn about life in America during
their tenure, and what is their impact on Sacramento?
Vivek Ranadivé sometimes draws the ire of fans and media
criticism for perceived meddling in his team, which hasn’t made
the playoffs in 16 years. But there’s another side to his
story, his work as a leader of one of the highest-valued
businesses in the area and the potential impact he continues to
have on Sacramento.
Makers Made, a shop and platform for entrepreneurs to sell
handmade goods and wares, is part of a larger downtown
redevelopment trend in Stockton.
Founded in 1914, Elliott Homes has successfully weathered the
cyclical building market to emerge as an industry leader.
The West End Revival, a ticketed dinner organized by the Last
Supper Society, evoked the people and businesses that were
displaced to make way for the Capitol Mall Project — a cautionary
tale for modern developers and city planners envisioning the
future of Sacramento.