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Cal Poly Administrative Replacement Facility Tops Out

Cal Poly Pomona’s highly anticipated ARB (Administration Replacement Building) marked a major milestone this month as the last beam was placed on top of the steel roof. The 138,400 square foot facility which is comprised of two structures under a single, undulating and passive solar roof, will serve as the University’s new front door. The project, designed with CO Architects and constructed by C.W Driver, is expected
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Structural Topping Out for HSIB in Tucson

The commemorative last steel beam was put into place recently at the UofA Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB) project in Tucson, a world-class center designed to be the vanguard for inter-professional health education in the US. The $165 million facility broke ground in 2016, and is expected to be complete by Fall 2018. Designed by CO Architects with Tucson-based Swaim Architects, the 10-story, 220,000 square
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Caltech Labs Open for Business

The Caltech Karman labs have officially opened for business! The project, which was a design-build effort between MATT Construction, CO Architects and JAMA, included two main lab spaces. The first was the Solar Space Power Initiative located in the existing building’s subbasement, and the second was the Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (C.A.S.T.) lab. The CAST lab (shown) is located on the ground floor
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Work Begins on Moreno Valley Medical Center Projects

JAMA has begun work under Partner Shane Fitzgerald and Project Manager Justin Chung on two projects at the Moreno Valley Medical Center; a Diagnostic and Treatment Addition, and a Central Utility Plant replacement. The new two-level Diagnostic and Treatment (D&T) Addition totals 68,393 square feet and will include renovation of 14,516 square feet of existing space in the hospital. The new replacement Central Uti
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