NMR Quoted in Autodesk Article

NMR Associate Principal, Wesley King was recently quoted in an article by Autodesk that showcased NMR’s successful use of Autodesk BIM 360 Glue to facilitate project team collaboration for the design and construction of Mountain House High School. King stated, “Autodesk BIM 360 Glue has been proven on the construction side. I see a lot of potential on the design side as well. Autodesk BIM 360 Glue helps save time for both architects and contractors – and time is money.” See…
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NMR Supports Youth Soccer

Northstate soccer families are no stranger to the state of the art facilities at Redding Soccer Park.  While the park is turf heaven for soccer lovers, the cost associated with practicing at the park has been a hardship for recreational and competitive teams with disadvantaged players. Most teams divide the field rental cost for practices and games between their players, but teams with disadvantaged players have struggled to fund these costs. Having seen this financial difficulty first hand, NMR Principal Joe…
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NMR Ranked as a Top California Design Firm

Each year Engineering News Record ranks the top general contracting, specialty contracting, engineering, architecture, planning and studies industries within their market categories based on their annual revenue. The “California Top Design Firms” list ranks the largest United States-based, public and private companies based on design-specific revenue. Since 2007 ENR has released the “California Top Design Firm” list, and each year Nichols, Melburg and Rossetto has been listed among the top firms in the United States. This year NMR jumped ahead nine…
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NMR attends Hospice of Humboldt Cornerstone Ceremony

On Friday, July 24th NMR Principal Joe Warner and project team members Quinn Lowry and Bruce DeMallie attended Hospice of Humboldt’s Cornerstone Ceremony in Eureka. While the cornerstone and foundation of the facility have already been laid and construction is well under way, the symbolic dedication ceremony blessed the project and the buildings that will serve the needs of the region. NMR is proud to partner with Hospice of Humboldt to design a beautiful campus that creates a peaceful environment where…
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VA/DA Monterey Webcam

Marina, California – Residents and stakeholders can watch the construction progress of the new VA/DA Health Care Center via an onsite webcam. Located at the former Fort Ord in Marina, the webcam records the ongoing progress of construction every 15 minutes, http://webcampub.multivista.com. The camera has been taking still images to create a time-lapse video of the project, and will continue recording until the Health Care Center is complete. NMR, in collaboration with The Hamstra Group, and Otto Construction was awarded…
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STEM Career Fair 2015

On Friday, October 23rd North State S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) hosted it’s 2nd annual S.T.E.M. Career Fair. More than 1,000 high school freshman from seven counties attended the event to learn more about S.T.E.M. degrees and careers, and to meet Redding businesses and organizations in S.T.E.M. fields. Project Representatives Tyler Hendrickson, David Harrington, Kip Hall (pictured left to right) and Page Ledbetter (not pictured) represented architecture and engineering S.T.E.M. careers on behalf of NMR. NMR is proud to…
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Record Searchlight’s continued coverage of NMR’s Shasta County ARC Project

NMR’s civic studio is honored to collaborate with Shasta County to design and construct an Adult Rehabilitation Center that provides a safe and secure environment to advance the rehabilitation of adult offenders. The $22,500,000 project is approaching the construction documents phase. Once constructed, the new Shasta County Adult Rehabilitation Center will provide a medium security facility on the existing Sheriff’s honor farm between Veterans Lane, Breslauer Way and Radio Lane in Redding. The new 30,000 sq. ft. facility consists of a secure area…
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NMR Builds Communities with Habitat for Humanity

For decades, NMR staff have dedicated volunteer hours, sponsorship and support to the communities where we work and live. Some call it “paying it forward,” others call it “giving back.” At NMR, we volunteer because we are committed to investing in our communities. Habitat for Humanity is one of the many organizations that NMR is proud to support. For years, Dan Rossetto, Principal Architect at NMR’s Redding office has volunteered his time and drafting skills with Habitat. In Redding, he…
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NMR Supports Odyssey of the Mind Students

Congratulations to Manzanita Elementary Odyssey of the Mind competitors on winning 1st place in the North State Region. The Odyssey of the Mind team competed at the state tournament at UC Riverside on Saturday, April 2nd. The competition included over 200 teams divided into three age specific divisions. Each division had 5 problems to solve that tested their ability to creatively solve problems under pressure, and to present their solutions in front of an audience. NMR is proud to support…
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Shasta County Sheriff’s Office Ribbon Cutting

On May 10th, NMR Principal Architects Les Melburg and Kyle Matti attended Shasta County Sheriff’s Office ribbon cutting in celebration of the renovation of the new office location. NMR Architects and Engineers is honored to transform design concepts into artful, efficient and sustainable realities that enhance the quality of life for those who work in the Sheriff’s office. See more NMR Civic projects, here.

Vote for NMR as Best Architect of the North State

Record Searchlight has added a brand new category for Architects for the Best of the North State 2016 competition. Voting begins June 1st and ends at 5 pm on July 31st. Vote for NMR as Best Architect of the North State and your other local business category favorites today!

Engaging Strategies for School Design

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.