Name
Location
Designer
Project Description
San Francisco, California
A new exit stair was installed at the Lycee Francais School. Timeline Construction started the day after the summer holiday (June 21, 2009) and ended the day before school started (9/1/2009).
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Cross Roads House homeless shelter nearing completion. Timeline The project will be completed in December 2009.
Fargo, North Dakota
1% project for preliminary planning and design of an existing building they are currently using in downtown Fargo, ND. The church is currently using the main floor of the building and is looking to expand and utilize space on the second level.
Austin, Texas
The renovation of an existing green room at the PAC, the University of Texas' fine arts performance space.
Seattle, Washington
Seattle's Urban Forest Management Plan provides a long term vision for increasing tree canopy cover (the percent of the city covered by trees as seen in an aerial view) and the myriad environmental, social, and economic benefits associated with trees in urban areas.
San Francisco, California
Through the Rebuilding Together SF organization, a renovation of 2 existing bathrooms to combine into one accessible bathroom for an elderly couple who have been active in their neighbborhood for decades.
Cle Elum, Washington
Located on a 26 acre farm in the Cascade mountains of Washington State, CSNW is developing a sustainable sanctuary to provide quality care for exploited chimpanzees..."to end the use of great apes in entertainment and to facilitate collaboration to improve the care of captive chimpanzees.&qu
Oakland, California
Golden Associates worked with parents and school staff to redesign the library courtyard.
Kittery, Maine
Fair Tide Housing of Kittery, Maine was established in 1998 to serve the homeless community. Fair Tide opened its Transitional Housing facility to participants in May 2000. The facility was designed to provide housing for 6 families and their specialized needs.
Arlington, Texas
Providing afterschool activities for school-age children - from tutoring to sports, dance and music lessons - is the goal of the Salvation Army Youth Education Town (YET). On a pro bono basis, the HKS Sports & Entertainment Group designed the education facility.

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