American School and University Magazine’s “Engaging Strategies for School Design” article is an excellent summary of what NMR likes to call client focused design. The article encourages districts and architects to evaluate past, current and future district trends in addition to district identity and culture to create tailored yet flexible learning environments. Read the full article here. To enjoy more articles from American School and University Magazine visit, http://www.asumag.com.
Two of Redding’s own Shasta High School Robotics VEX teams competed against top robotics teams in the state, last weekend at the VEX State Championships in San Jose. The Shasta High teams learned a lot about robotics, and are excited to implement new ideas and improvements next year. NMR is proud to sponsor the Shasta High School Vex Robotics Club and their endeavors to advance STEM education and robotics in the North State. Keep up the great work!
On November 10th 2013, Food Network aired Season 1, episode 2 of Restaurant Express, titled “Tantrum in Temecula.” The episode featured NMR’s design of the Temecula Civic Center in Temecula, CA. Completed in 2010, the Temecula Civic Center project was the largest LEED Gold certified project in southern California. NMR Architects competed successfully against numerous prominent California architectural firms to win the prized commission for the new Temecula Civic Center, located in Temecula (Riverside County), California. With a total budget…
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In early 2017, NMR Architects was selected to design a 53,000 square foot Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Outpatient Clinic in Chico, CA. The new clinic will double the size of the existing clinic on Cohasset Road which it will replace. The Chico VA Clinic project was awarded to a development team consisting of NMR and the Hamstra Group of Wheatfield Indiana after a national design competition. This project is NMR’s third commission for the Department of Veterans Affairs, bringing…
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NMR’s newest and perhaps most exciting addition to the firm’s visualization studio is drone imagery. Drones have commonly been used in a variety of industries to obtain aerial images. NMR’s drone imagery not only allows the firm to obtain sweeping aerial images, but also allows the firm to gather site data, optimize building design around views from specific heights and unique perspectives.
On Monday, April 3rd NMR Principals Les Melburg and Kyle Matti and Project Architect Deven Carter attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the Humboldt County Juvenile Hall facility in Eureka, CA. Construction for the new 19,000 sq. ft. facility began April 3rd and is scheduled for completion in August of 2018.
On March 15th, ABC aired Season 8, episode 17 of Modern Family, titled “Pig Moon Rising.” The episode featured NMR’s design of the Shasta County Administration Building in downtown Redding, CA. Completed in 2005, the Shasta County Administration project was completed under budget, and has received several design awards, including “Best Civic Project” in 2005 by California Construction Magazine, and the 2005 Woodwork Institute Award for design excellence. Learn more about the design of the Shasta County Administration Building project here….
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