Aedis Architects’ very own Tricia Tanimura graduated from The School Facilities Leadership Academy (SFLA) last week at the annual CASH Conference in Sacramento. SFLA is a collaborative effort between the Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) and the Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT), with the goal of developing education professionals into extraordinary leaders. Her 9-month immersive, virtual and in-person program allowed her the opportunity to grow her leadership, management, collaboration and operations skill sets. Congrats, Tricia, and the entire Cohort 11 of The CASH School Facilities Leadership Academy!
Silicon Valley Business Journal named Aedis Architects the 5th largest architectural firm in the Silicon Valley region. The annual Architectural Firms List ranks design firms based on 2021 revenue from local work. Aedis is honored to hold on to spot #5, for the third year running.
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Through our Aedis University we offer several seminars a month, all to share professional knowledge and continued training from both internal and external sources. Aediseans can get continuing education credits, learn from and present to each other, and participate in robust roundtable discussions on relevant topics. As a result, Aediseans are well informed on recent code and regulatory changes, as well as embodying our culture of “always learning,” all to provide our clients and projects with the most well-rounded and professional expertise.
Ellis Elementary is being transformed.
The multi-phased renovation project is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2023-24 school year. Once finished, the students and staff will enjoy a new Multipurpose and Library building, a new 2-story classroom wing, and renovated kindergarten classroom administration areas. The collaborative design process–that included Aedis, school and community representatives, and the district administration–resulted in more than 20 iterations of the campus before an outcomes-based decision-making process settled on the solution. The final design is meticulously planned to help deliver educational outcomes, while still meeting budget and schedule requirements.