Lancaster , California
The Catalyst Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded in 1993 to provide medical care and supportive services to AIDS patients in the Antelope Valley.
The main design challenge BPNC faces is our office space limitations. BPNC currently employs 7 full time and 2 part time staff at our main location. In addition, we have 2 seasonal employees and 2 interns who work out of our office.
Phase 1 - The revitalization of a 7200 sf building that is a centerpiece to the Main Street Corridor in Allentown, PA.
We are in the design phase of the renovation of the historic Elba Theatre on the courthouse square in downtown Elba, Alabama. Currently, the building is an empty shell. We intend to use it as a performing arts space and event venue.
In 2009, United Roots built the first “green” youth center in Oakland, in partnership with the City of Oakland as part of the Community Development Block Grant to serve youth from West Oakland (District 3) and other North Oakland regions.
New York, New York
As ACCE membership continues to grow, the goals and vision of the Queens-bound non-profit is also taking new shape.
History Foundation is seeking to build Museum Africa, a 300,000 square foot building (both museum and library. The building will comprise of two campuses, the Chicago Metropolitan Museum and the Library of African History/Kush Library.
San Francisco, California
The SFFM is start-up museum without a home. We are hoping to find a design team to help us strategize for the future.
PUREST Academy wants to have the grand opening of the Preschool program in December of 2014. We have signed the lease for the property and received our Conditional Use Permit for Preschool use from the City of Lakewood, CA. We must add a playground and fencing to the property.