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See article below from the San Diego Business Journal about our recently completed renovation and expansion of the Student Services Building and Griffin Center at Grossmont Community College:
Architects Mosher Drew is pleased to announce that
KEVIN CARPENTER, ANH NGU and AMANDA SCHEIDLINGER
have been named ASSOCIATES!
Mosher Drew would like to wish everyone a Happy Holidays!
Our office will be closed next week, and we’ll return in the New Year (on January 3rd).
Architects Mosher Drew is pleased to announce two recently completed adaptive re-use projects at Grossmont Community College were awarded LEED certification!
The Grossmont Student Services Administration is certified GOLD, and the Grossmont Griffin Center is certified SILVER.
The departments within the 37,000 sq. ft. Grossmont Student Services building provide a “one-stop” service center where all departments are accessible off the main atrium style lobby. The Grossmont Student Services building includes: Financial Aid, Cashier, Admissions and Records, Veterans Affairs, Transfer Center, Counseling, College and Community Relations, Foundation, International Students and Assessment Office.
The 46,700 sq. ft. Grossmont Griffin Center is designed to encourage student interaction through exposure by bringing circulation through the building with courtyards, patios and plazas. The project involved a number of diverse departments co-locating in one facility. The Griffin Center includes: Health Services, Student Affairs, Culinary Arts, Career Center, DSPS, EOPS, and Food Service.
Construction is progressing at the new Booth Education Center at the Barnes Jr. Tennis Center.
This 4,400sf building includes three classrooms for the tennis center’s childcare program, a central art area, a homework assistance room for older children, as well as a new outdoor playground.
Here’s a photo from when a few of us from the office walked to the jobsite to view the progress:
Construction is set to be done in mid-September.
Architects Mosher Drew is pleased to announce the recent grand opening of one of our latest projects, St. Paul’s PACE in Chula Vista.
The “PACE” program is a one stop shop for physical and occupational therapy, medical services, meals and other health-related programs for MediCAL eligible elderly patients. It provides care during the day, while still allowing patients to continue living in their own homes.
Mosher Drew wishes everyone a happy Memorial Day!
Please note our office will be closed tomorrow (Friday, May 25) and Monday, May 28.
Grossmont College is holding a dedication ceremony this Saturday at 9:30 am for the Student and Administrative Services Building and Griffin Center. Both expansion / renovation projects were designed by Architects Mosher Drew.
Read about it here.
Remember when Ben was working on THIS? In case you just aren’t up to clicking that link over there, what we are remembering is when Ben sculpted a relief of Mr. Robert Mosher for the Green Dragon Colony in La Jolla.
When we last checked in, we were speculating on what kind of magic it took to turn clay into bronze. Turns out that it’s less mystical, but equally fascinating. The wizards over at Bronze Artwork used a process called “lost wax casting” or “cire perdue.” In case you still aren’t feeling like clicking links is “your style,” I would suggest that you take a deep long look within, and would encourage you to change your ways, because it really is a pretty interesting process.
When the men at Bronze Artwork had completed their magic, the final result was a beautiful bronze sculpture that looked exactly like this:
Mr. Don Leonard and Mr. Larry Hoeksema accompanied Mr. Mosher, along with Don Allison to deliver the sculpture, and we were all pretty happy with the result, not to mention the view.
A great man deserves a great sculpture. A huge thanks goes to Ben, and we can't wait to see what he comes up with next.