Andrew Hill High School’s Student Union Ribbon Cutting

The ribbon cutting at Andrew Hill High School’s Student Union marked the end of a successful collaboration with East Side Union High School District and the beginning of a new era for Andrew Hill students. The sentiment expressed by the speakers was one of hope for the future, excitement for how this new building will improve the student experience, and gratitude to the community for entrusting the District with bond funds to make it a reality. We are honored to be leaving a #PositiveLastingImpact on the Andrew Hill Community.

Sri Balaji CASp Certified

Congratulations to our very own Srivarshini Balaji for becoming a Certified Access Specialist. Sri’s expertise in state and federal accessibility standards will be a tremendous benefit to her clients and projects. We appreciate her becoming a valuable resource to the entire Aedis team, as we work diligently to design spaces that are more inclusive and accessible for everyone, helping us leave a #PositiveLastingImpact for generations to come.

DeeDee Celebrates 30 Years of Dedication to Aedis

Thank you, DeeDee Mendez, for 30 years of dedication, friendship, and excellence! You have been instrumental in making us a success, and we appreciate your endless hours of commitment. You continue to leave a #PositiveLastingImpact on our clients and the communities we serve. We are truly lucky to have you. Cheers to this amazing milestone!

CMAA 5 Things to Know About Fabrication

Join Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)’s industry leaders, including our own Joe Vela, AIA in answering key questions about pre-fabrication in school construction. What are the pros and cons? How can a builder and designer collaborate to optimize the value and function of a new building? FLINT’s John Stump and Gilroy Unified School District’s Paul Nadeau join the discussion as they dive into the 5 Things to Know About Prefabrication. This virtual event will include conversation and perspectives from all interested parties (The Owner, the Architect and the Contractor) and cover lessons learned during a recent campus replacement project. Please “virtually” join us at 8:30 am on Thursday, June 8th for this unique program. To register, please use this link.