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Reality Check 2.0
Understanding Demand and Market Forces Creating Resilient Communities Promoting Intelligent Design in Orange County, California The ULI Orange County/Inland Empire won an Urban Innovation Grant in 2013 from the ULI Foundation to fund a community outreach project designed to highlight a trend that is impacting … Read More
2014 AWARD WINNERS MVP MISSION.VALUES.PASSION Michael Hutaff, William Hezmalhalch Architects, Inc ARCHITECTURE Andrew Watkins, SWA Group CAPITAL MARKETS Charles Halladay, HFF, L.P. ENGINEERING Tyler Holst, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. INNOVATION Brian Moncrief, Rosenow Spevacek Group, Inc. PLANNING Suzanne Schwab, PLACEWORKS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Jenna Figueroa, Wave … Read More
Louisa Feletto, Associate, Planner, WHA, Inc. What is your current job and what types of projects are you working on now? As a planner at WHA, I focus primarily on infill development. These sites can usually range anywhere from 1 to 50 acres. My primary … Read More
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Best of the Best
The ULI Orange County/Inland Empire’s Sustainable Communities Initiative Council recognizes projects, programs and policies of exceptional value in Orange County and the Inland Empire, in terms of applying the key principles of sustainable community development at its annual Best of the Best Awards. Judges look … Read More
ULI Orange County/Inland Empire What’s New?
Casey Craig, Knoll Furniture, started her career as a “change agent” in creative office when she worked as executive assistant for Lew Horne at CBREs downtown LA office. She delved into several years of research in designing and activating creative spaces when CBRE’s headquarters were … Read More
Robert Werbe, Novo Construction, shares best practices and lessons learned. His advice in designing and building creative office space: employees should work under and over soft space.
Ted Heisler, Ware Malcomb: “The focus is on an individual’s work space AND places to go for groups of employees to work together. Walls are the impediment. Technology will impact interior function and design.”
Collaboration, creativity and community. New interior designs bring employees together. Harvesting natural light “brightens” the interior. Unique solutions to going paperless mean space is used for working not storing work.