The Acquisition of the Healthcare Market Leader Futhers PMSM’s Expansion Strategy. December 7, 2015 – PMSM Architects has completed the acquisition of DJW Architects, an award-winning healthcare architectural design firm based in Templeton, CA. The acquisition strengthens PMSM’s current healthcare design studio and expands the firm’s geographic reach into Orange […]
After months of planning, a summer of construction, a partially collapsed ceiling, and other myriad obstacles, the Music Department was finally able to move back into Room 218, our venerable choir room, on Oct. 19. The remodeled room serves multiple purposes: it is the rehearsal space for all of our […]
On February 3, 2015, PMSM Architects was awarded the George Washington Smith Award for Exemplary Design in Architecture for the renovation and addition to the New Victoria Street Theatre. The award was presented by the Santa Barbara City Council and the Architectural Board of Review and the Historic Landmarks Commission.
On January 7, 2015, the trustees approved an agreement for on-going architectural services with PMSM Architects and an agreement for ongoing construction management services with Blach Construction. With the passage of the bond in November 2014, the District is now engaged in the design, bidding and construction of works for […]
A new swimming pool at Morro Bay High School will be one of the first improvements made with money from the $177 million bond passed by voters in November. San Luis Coastal Unified School District trustees recently approved several contracts with consulting firms to begin designing pools for Morro Bay and […]
This weekend, the curtain goes up at the new Victoria Theater, Ensemble Theatre Company’s $11.5-million top-to-bottom renovation of the space on the corner of Chapala and Victoria streets in Santa Barbara.
Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care (VNHC) celebrated the grand opening of its new hospice inpatient facility, Serenity House, last night at a reception honoring donors and local leaders for their ongoing support of the community-funded building project.