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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
San Francisco, California
2008-10-09
2009-01-23
Spark's innovative youth programs have led to rapid growth, and we're moving to a new space in San Francisco to accommodate 20-25 staff. We would love help in designing the layout, interior design, and Spark "feel" of the new workspace.
Completed
Chicago, Illinois
2014-08-25
2015-07-09
Every day at 826CHI, we ask students to write stories. As we reflect on our first nine years, we can tell a story of our own, one that features a lively cast of original characters, and is set against the backdrop of changing neighborhoods. It's a story of Chicago.
Completed
Greenville, South Carolina
2011-01-12
2011-08-10
Help us reach the children in our community that are most in need: those living in poverty and ethnic minorities. We need to expand our services by increasing our usable space.
Completed
San Rafael, California
2015-10-02
2015-07-09
We are the project manager for architect selection of the design of a permanent Marin Farmers' Market Pavilion potentially at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Completed
Seattle, Washington
2012-12-05
2012-12-05
Seismic upgrade desgin for an URM buildling to be used as a emergency shelter for homeless women and children in Seattle. Timeline ASAP
Completed
San Francisco, California
2009-03-18
2012-06-08
The Projects Duboce Triangle is the site of three interrelated transportation improvement projects: - Track replacement on Duboce and Church Streets
Completed
San Francisco, California
2015-01-06
2015-07-09
Vision: Theatre is a community event and a way to build community.
Completed
Los Angeles, California
2015-07-31
The National Immigration Law Center, Los Angeles (NILC LA) is relocating to a larger office space within the Equitable Plaza building which we currently reside. After approx. 17 years, we have outgrown our current space.
Completed
New York, New York
2012-01-19
2012-09-02
>>> 0. ALIGN: The Alliance for a Greater New York was formed in 2011 through the merger of New York Jobs and Justice and Urban Agenda.
Completed

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