40-unit Jefferson Square recognized for a HPOZ Award

This past weekend during the LA Historic Neighborhoods Conference our structural design for the preservation of the 40-unit Jefferson Square was recognized for a HPOZ Award in the New Construction/Infill/Mixed-use category!

National Award of Merit in the Educational Facilities

The California Institute of Technology Cooperative Preschool at Caltech has won a National Award of Merit in the Educational Facilities from the Design-Build Institute of America and is a nominee for a National Award of Excellence in that category. The project consists of a number of one-story on-grade wood framed structures with a combined gross … Continued

2014 Westside Prize + Design Awards – The Dunbar Hotel (Adaptive Reuse)

This year, the Westside Urban Forum Westside Prize + Design Awards recognized Englekirk with the 2014 Westside Prize for The Dunbar Hotel and Citation Award for Mixed Use for Beverly & Fairfax. The Dunbar Hotel, a 1920s National Register-listed hotel in the historic Central Avenue Jazz District of Los Angeles, was reinvented from a hotel … Continued

44th Annual LABC Chairman’s Award – Century Plaza

Century Plaza awarded Chairman’s Award by the Los Angeles Business Council at their 44th Annual Architectural Awards. Architectural Awards. This 1.5M sq. ft. mixed use project preserves the Century Plaza Hotel, adds 94K sq. ft. of retail and twin 46-story residential towers west of the hotel.

44th Annual LABC Los Angeles County Sustainability Award – Residences at 7th

The Residences at 7th is an addition to the Southwestern Law School campus that includes 133 units of student housing in 4 stories of Type V construction. Amenities include a state-of-the-art security system, on-site business center, private study rooms, a roof-top sun deck and secured indoor parking for residents, a landscaped central courtyard and two-story … Continued

44th Annual LABC Mixed Use Award – 8500

8500 is a mixed use development located on the bustling corner where Burton Way, San Vicente, and La Cienaga meet at the gateway to the Beverly Hills residential district. 5 levels of Type I construction host luxury apartments serviced with a rooftop pool, garden, and Trader Joes.