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SGPA Architecture And Planning Celebrates 47 Years

Top Row, from left: Pacific Highlands Ranch  and The Block at Pacific Commons Bottom Row, from left: County Waterfront Park and LifeLong West Berkeley Health Center  In 1969, four young architects came together to combine their two practices and form SGPA. Led by those … Continued

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SGPA In The News

Above images and text: The Registry We’d like to share a recent news article about one of SGPA’s upcoming projects! The Registry featured an inside glimpse of Sunnyvale Town Center, a mixed-use retail and transit-oriented development. SGPA is excited to work with Hunter Properties on … Continued

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SGPA In The News

We’d like to share a recent news article about SGPA! On Tuesday, UT San Diego announced that Trader Joe’s will anchor the highly-anticipated South Campus Plaza, one of SGPA’s latest projects. Over 600 San Diego State University students will live, dine, … Continued

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SGPA Welcomes New Team Members

SGPA is proud to welcome five new team members, four of whom have joined our staff within the last four months. “We are very fortunate to find such a group of well-qualified professionals at any time, but especially in this market. I … Continued

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Giving Back

Enhance everyday life. This theme motivates our intent to create, improve, better and enrich the lives of those around us through our work, designs, and ideas. This Thanksgiving, we extended our passion for designing healthy livable spaces a step further by helping to … Continued

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Lessons in Community Leadership

Top left photo: SGPA Job Captain D’Sjon Dixon mentoring a student in the Bay Area organization Y-Plan (Youth – Plan, Learn, Act, Now!) Bottom left photo: SGPA Associate Janette Tropea (at left) at an Urban Land Institute meeting   One of SGPA’s core … Continued

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Waterfront Park Receives Award from DBIA

Waterfront Park, fondly known as the “front porch” on San Diego, has received an award from the Design-Build Institute of America. The award is a National Award of Merit in the Civic/Assembly category. As DBIA emphasized upon receipt of the award, “the important … Continued

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President Dave Reinker Retires After 40 Years With SGPA

After 40 years with SGPA Architecture and Planning, President Dave Reinker is retiring. Over the years, Dave has been a tremendous asset to SGPA and its clients, leading by example with integrity, passion and foresight. SGPA’s profound growth can be attributed to Dave’s … Continued

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SGPA ANNOUNCES NEW LEADERS

SGPA Architecture and Planning has recognized two of the firm’s current and future leaders with appointments through the SGPA Associates Program. Alexis Burck and Pamela Camack were appointed Senior Associates and Hilary Backman joining the San Diego office at the beginning of … Continued

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The Future of Architecture and Design Looks Bright in San Diego

SGPA and other local design firms had a recent opportunity to participate in the region’s inaugural Career Fair for Architectural/Planning/Interiors and Landscape students. Sponsored by The NewSchool of Architecture and Design and Woodbury University, San Diego, the well-coordinated event gave … Continued

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Reflections on ICSC LA

By: Keith Pittsford With almost 1,000 guests in attendance, the February ICSC event in LA was a success, provoking thoughtful discussions about the internet’s impact and the current risk/reward equation of development and retail sales.   With regard to the … Continued

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SGPA Study Accepted Into AIA Publication Series

    “Architects are public health workers. We have a partnership – public health professionals and architects and planners. Our minds have to talk because we have an influence on America’s public health that we’re only now beginning to grasp.” … Continued