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All About Community with Doug Davis, AE3 Principal

All About Community with Doug Davis, AE3 Principal

Principal of AE3, Doug Davis, AIA, sat down with Robert L. Harris, the host of “All About Community”, on OURTV78 for a discussion about Doug’s career and his work in the community. Doug discusses how he became interested in architecture and highlights select projects he’s worked on including the South Central Los Angeles Regional Center. The center includes a monument to Paul Revere Williams,...

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Diébédo Francis Kéré wins the 2022 Pritzker Architecture Prize

Diébédo Francis Kéré wins the 2022 Pritzker Architecture Prize

The Pritzker Architecture Prize honors architects who demonstrate exceptional talent and use that talent to better the built environment and contribute to the overall improvement of humanity. Founded by Jay A. Pritzker and Cindy Pritzker, the award is funded by the Pritzker family and is often referred to as the “Nobel Prize of Architecture”. The Pritzker Architecture Prize is awarded annually...

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Patelco Credit Union & Sprinkles Opens in City Center Bishop Ranch

Patelco Credit Union & Sprinkles Opens in City Center Bishop Ranch

  Over the last several years, City Center Bishop Ranch has blossomed from an idea in an architect’s rendering, to a fully functional public space, complete with shops, outdoor spaces, and establishments that offer a plethora of food options, from dumplings to Steak, and everything in between. On a sunny morning in early February, another new food establishment opened its doors at Bishop Ranch,...

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Celebrating Black History Month as a 100% African American Owned Architecture Firm in San Francisco, California

Celebrating Black History Month as a 100% African American Owned Architecture Firm in San Francisco, California

We are celebrating Black History Month this year as one of the largest 100% Black-Owned Architecture firms on the west coast. Our principals Rick Dumas and Doug Davis founded AE3 in 2007 and their commitment to diversity runs deep with 73% of our employees being people of color. “We wanted to create a workplace where inclusion and transparency were the key elements to our success.” - Doug Davis...

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Meet Anika Scott

Meet Anika Scott

AE3 is pleased to announce the hiring of Anika Scott as a full time Project Manager and Project Architect. In this position, Anika will be working directly with our clients in the design, management, and production of our architectural projects. Anika’s passion for architecture came from her love of designing and watching buildings being constructed. After researching architecture as a child and...

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Safety and Security Concerns for Women and Girls in the Workplace, Community and on Travel

Safety and Security Concerns for Women and Girls in the Workplace, Community and on Travel

Antoinette Nascimento, AE3 Partners Architect, recently presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 2021 Annual Meeting & Expo. Antoinette has over 25 years of experience in the architecture field providing design, engineering, and construction management services to underserved clients in the community.  Her APHA session titled “How Do Women Move through Space: Safety and...

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West Los Angeles College Plant Facilities + Shops Replacement

West Los Angeles College Plant Facilities + Shops Replacement

AE3 is in the process of designing a ground-up replacement building for the Facilities, Maintenance and Operations group at the West Los Angeles Community College District. This 17,000 SF building will replace a 1950’s uncertified structure that accommodates the campus facilities shops (carpentry, paint, HVAC/MEP, locks) as well as their offices, training, fleet maintenance and warehouse...

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Meet Raul Higuera

Meet Raul Higuera

Meet Raul Higuera, AE3 Job Captain! Raul graduated in 2020 from the Academy of Art Institute with a Bachelor in Architectural Design. His professional experience includes residential renovations and civic work. Raul wasn’t initially interested in architecture, but his discovery of Shigeru Ban and learning how architecture can help disaster relief efforts and homelessness helped him realize his...

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Meet Vera Yevteyev

Meet Vera Yevteyev

Meet Vera Yevteyev, AE3’s newest Job Captain! Vera graduated in 2018 from California Polytechnic State University with a Bachelor of Architecture. With extensive experience in commercial interiors, high-tech corporate offices, urban housing and infill projects, her background shows her passion for architecture that provides creative solutions for the community in a future that is...

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Merritt College Development Center

Merritt College Development Center

AE3 is currently designing the new Merritt College Child Development Department Center in Oakland, CA. This two-story building will consolidate the current Child Care program and provide cross collaboration with the college’s nursing, nutrition, and horticultural programs. The Child Care program prepares early care and education professionals to effectively provide quality programs and services...

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Dublin BART Station Garage

Dublin BART Station Garage

AE3 is serving as the Designer/Basis of Design Architect for a new ground-up 5-level, 570-space Transit Oriented Parking Garage for Alameda County in Dublin, CA. The project is anticipated to serve commuters coming from the Central San Joaquin Valley Area looking to commute to the Bay Area via the adjacent Dublin BART station.

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SkyTerrace at San Francisco International Airport

SkyTerrace at San Francisco International Airport

Opening today, Valentine’s Day! If you have extra time at SFO check out the new SkyTerrace above the T2 Checkpoint. Working in a collaborative joint venture with Woods Bagot (where AE3 served as the Architect of Record), this new 2 story addition on top of T2, in place of the now demolished 1954 terminal/control tower, added this observation deck, and 50,000 sf of new airline lounge and office....

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Quiet Contemplation for the 21st Century

Quiet Contemplation for the 21st Century

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA24Yzz5LrM AE3 just finished the design of the 13,000 SF Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo church campus. This flythrough video animation features a new two-story Classroom Building and renovations of the existing Church, Office, and Pre-School buildings. The outside Landscape Promenade and Contemplative Garden which ties the four buildings will be used for...

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New T2 Observation Deck

New T2 Observation Deck

The new T2 Observation Deck is almost here at SFO! Working in a collaborative joint venture with Woods Bagot (where AE3 served as the Architect of Record), this new 2 story addition on top of T2, in place of the now demolished original control tower, will add more than 50,000 sf of new airline lounge, airport office - and yes, new observation decks. Turner Construction is the general...

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Moscone Convention Center Expansion Opens to the Public

Moscone Convention Center Expansion Opens to the Public

San Francisco Mayor London Breed and other civic leaders celebrated the grand opening of the $550 million expansion of the Moscone Convention Center on 1/3/19. AE3 provided as-needed construction management services for the project which now provides additional space for approximately 100,00 people and expands the overall space by 21 percent. The project was finished on time and without budget...

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Oakland International Terminal Expansion Officially Opens

Oakland International Terminal Expansion Officially Opens

Well, after two years of hard work and an intense construction schedule our Oakland International Terminal expansion was officially opened in a well-attended ceremony this morning. AE3 was the lead architect on this $45 million renovation. We are getting great coverage on this: Oakland International Airport Gets a $45 Million UpgradeOakland Airport Celebrates Renovated International Arrivals...

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PG&E Auburn Regional Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

PG&E Auburn Regional Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

AE3 Architects + Project Managers/Roebbelen team celebrated the grand opening of PG&E’s Auburn Regional Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 11 with enthusiastic participation from the Auburn’s business community, including Mayor Powers and Auburn Chamber of Commerce. The ceremony marks the completion of the three-year project that transformed Silicon Valley Coherent Inc.’s defunct...

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Construction Underway at PG&E Regional Business Park in Auburn

Construction Underway at PG&E Regional Business Park in Auburn

Construction has begun on the PG&E Auburn Regional Business Park project and is expected to be complete by the end of 2017. As part of the Roebbelen Design-Build team, AE3 was selected to provide design services for this project that will integrate operations at two existing facilities, the Rock Creek Yard and Auburn Service Center into a single new location. The scope of work includes...

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Structural Steel in Place at the Oakland International Airport International Arrivals Building Upgrade Project

Structural Steel in Place at the Oakland International Airport International Arrivals Building Upgrade Project

Construction of the International Arrivals Building (IAB) Upgrade at the Oakland International Airport is well underway. The structural steel is in place, one gate is already open, and the project is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. AE3 is providing Architect of Record services for the building improvements that will improve reliability and functionality of the dated facility to...

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Congratulations to the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building for Winning a 2016 Docomomo US Modernism in America Award of Excellence

Congratulations to the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building for Winning a 2016 Docomomo US Modernism in America Award of Excellence

The Commercial Design Award of Excellence is awarded for the restoration of the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building in Los Angeles, California. At its completion, both the building and its architect, Paul Revere Williams, were central to the African-American community during the previous century and influenced the history of Southern California. For much of the 20th century...

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Another Round of BART’s Station Modernization Plans to Move Forward

Another Round of BART’s Station Modernization Plans to Move Forward

While it may be hard to believe for many BART riders, the transportation system we all love and hate is about to start station upgrades at certain locations. The Planning and Development Department at BART took a hard look at all the stations to prioritize which locations needed the most improvement. Tim Chan, manager of planning at BART, said that the decision was made to focus on BART's core...

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Paul Revere Williams Bronze Sculpture Open To Public

Paul Revere Williams Bronze Sculpture Open To Public

On November 16, the general public was able to see the monument of famed architect Paul Revere Williams, which was unveiled at the South Central Los Angeles Regional Center (SCLARC) Legacy Plaza on October 29. The unveiling ceremony was attended by civic leaders, representatives of the historic preservation community, and alumni of the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company. The memorial,...

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Construction Complete on Legacy Plaza Building for the South Central Los Angeles Regional Center (SCLARC)

Construction Complete on Legacy Plaza Building for the South Central Los Angeles Regional Center (SCLARC)

Los Angeles, CA, May 21, 2015 – AE3 is proud to announce the completion of the Legacy Plaza project for the South Central Los Angeles Regional Center (SCLARC).  This multi-million dollar project involved the construction of a new 6-level, 165,000 square foot office building and the renovation of the adjacent 55,000 square foot Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building. The project is...

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Warriors Complex Wants to Become Mission Bay’s Town Center

Warriors Complex Wants to Become Mission Bay’s Town Center

When the Warriors elected to move their planned stadium to Mission Bay, they also made the decision to build a two-building office complex around the stadium. Now, renderings for those buildings—designed by Pfau Long Architecture and AE3 Architects + Project Managers — have been revealed, and they include plans to enliven the neighborhood with two stories of retail space and a public plaza on...

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