Dream It, Design It, Build It

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Cloverdale Unified School District’s students will soon be able to dream, design and build models of wood, metal and plastic in their brand new makerspace. The 21st century learning addition to Cloverdale High School is currently under construction. Once complete, students will have access to a design room, a build room and classrooms. The design room will be stocked with state of the art technology like 3-D printers, a green screen for filming, a sound room for voice overs and computer…
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VA Monterey Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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On Thursday, August 3rd NMR Principal Architects Les Melburg, Michael O’Connor and Steve Gonsalves along with Architects Bruce DeMallie, Hayley Andersen and Interior Designer Tamara Sunderman joined the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, Former Congressman Sam Farr, the Gourley Family, The Hamstra Group, Otto Construction and other congressional representatives in celebrating the grand opening of the Major General William Gourley VA/DA Health Care Center in Marina, CA.          

Monterey 50th Anniversary Party

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Throughout 2017, NMR celebrated the firm’s 50th anniversary, and July was no exception. On Friday, July 21st and Saturday July 22nd NMR staff and their families were invited to Monterey, California to tour NMR’s recently completed Veterans Affairs, Monterey Outpatient Clinic. The new Major General William H. Gourley VA-DOD Outpatient Clinic is the second of its kind in the nation, and serves active duty service members, veterans and their families. The Clinic offers a complete range of services including Primary…
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Tehama County Health Services Agency Ribbon Cutting

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On Tuesday, August 22nd, NMR Project Representatives Dean Furio and Casey Hume along with the Tehama County Health Services Agency celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the newly renovated Tehama County Health Services Agency building. The building was originally a County Hospital constructed in the 1930’s through Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Public Works Administration (PWA), and was last used as a skilled nursing facility in the 1990’s. The newly remodeled Outpatient Clinic, designed by NMR and constructed by Robert…
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VA Chico Groundbreaking

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On Thursday, June 29th NMR Architects Principal Architects Les Melburg, Michael O’Connor, David Rogers and Steve Gonsalves joined the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and The Hamstra Group in celebrating the groundbreaking for VA Chico Community Based Outpatient Clinic. NMR Architects teamed with The Hamstra Group and competed successfully against numerous, prominent development teams to win the coveted commission for the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs’ new 52,951 square foot VA Chico Clinic. The VA Chico Outpatient Clinic is projected for…
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NMR Designed Chico Apartments House Mentally Ill Homeless

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On Wednesday, May 24th NMR Chico Architect Kurt Jorgensen attended the grand opening of Butte County’s Valley View Apartments. Located on Silver Dollar Way in Chico, CA the apartments were developed to house homeless individuals who need mental health treatment. Community organizations collaborated to gather funding for the small village. Community contributors include Butte County Behavioral Health, North Valley Catholic Social Services, City of Chico, North Valley Housing Trust, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Rabobank, Palm Communities and funding from…
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Shasta VEX Robotics Attends CA State Championship

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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!

Engaging Strategies for School Design

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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.