Todd & Associates - Affordable Housing Brochure

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Shaping the future of design through innovative thinking.

AFFORDABLE HOUSING



TABLE OF CONTENTS

FIRM INTRODUCTION

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

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OUR CORE TEAM

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AWARDS & RECOGNITION

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TODD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Todd & Associates, Inc. is a multi-discipline firm serving clients throughout the United States with a comprehensive range of professional consulting services. We have integrated Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture disciplines to provide the most responsive service to our clients. Founded in 1981, the firm has grown steadily, winning the loyalty of numerous repeat clients. Our continued success is directly attributed to our unique design solutions responsive to client needs and our design philosophy based on listening to and understanding the client. Since critical thinking is the foundation of our work, our process begins with research and open inquiry. We examine ideas from every angle, applying art, technical expertise, and imagination. We embrace collaboration. As a result, we transform challenges into new and creative solutions. Each individual in our firm brings expertise and enthusiasm to our work throughout the disciplines of architecture, planning, and landscape architecture. Our clients value our process that leads the way to breakthrough ideas and projects. To us, the goal of every project is about serving our clients to exceed their expectations. Equally important, it is about enriching the human experience through timeless design. As with everything we do, these are goals we pursue with passion and creativity.

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OUR SERVICES We deliver creative solutions that integrate the disciplines of architecture, planning, and landscape architecture to create a strong sense of place for each community.

Architecture/Planning

Landscape Architecture

Feasibility Studies

Visioning

Programming

Sustainable Design

OUR MARKETS We are experienced in a diverse range of project types across the U.S., such as residential communities, senior living, student housing, mixed-use environments, hotels, resorts, and places of worship.

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Residential Communities

Senior Living

College & University

Affordable Housing

Worship Communities

Conference & Hospitality


CORE VALUES Todd & Associates’ core values were created to cultivate a purpose-driven environment. These values unite Todd & Associates to share a broader purpose and common goal to provide a foundation of collaborative-oriented design, resulting in outstanding projects.

DREAM BIG

We believe that even the biggest dreams can come true. As innovators and designers, we take risks, we embrace change, and we work collectively toward a common goal: Excellence.

WORK HARD

We are firm believers of doing things the right way. And the right way involves passion, hard work and accountability. We are curious, we explore and we experiment, while always advocating for and supporting our clients through the process.

PLAY FAIR

We treat everyone the way we want to be treated: with respect, honesty, ethics and empathy.

HAVE FUN

We believe in enjoying our work and finding a balance in our personal lives. Life is too short not to be enjoyed.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

We have a responsibility to improve the lives not only of ourselves, but those of our community, today and for years to come.

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING Over our 40 year history of design for multifamily residential, senior living, and student housing communities, our passion and mission have paralleled the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program in promoting quality, affordable housing to low-income individuals and families. Our services include comprehensive involvement through all phases of a project’s development.

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HOMESTEAD TALKING GLASS Prescott Valley, Arizona Residents at Homestead Talking Glass enjoy an array of amenities within this 214-unit multifamily community. Located in the Entertainment District’s heart in downtown Prescott Valley, residents experience urban living within walking distance to dining, shopping, and entertainment. Amenities at Homestead Talking Glass include a luxury clubhouse with a fitness center, theater, lounge, and conference room. Residents can relax or entertain in the recreation room on the 1st floor or in the luxury clubhouse on the 2nd floor with floor to ceiling stacking glass doors that open to the rooftop deck. This clubhouse is also used as an event venue for local business and personal functions. Outdoor amenity space includes a pool with ramadas and lounge seating. There is also an outdoor activity/gaming pavilion with corn hole, ping pong, other outdoor lifestyle activities, and a dog park for resident pets.

Client: Fain Signature Group Project Type: HUD Number of Units: 214 Parking: 1.77 P.S/D.U. 11


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SOLSTICE OF MESA Mesa, Arizona Solstice of Mesa is a 237-unit, age-restricted community that creates a unique living experience that provides a safe, healthy, and active lifestyle within an affordable 55+ senior community. The project is comprised of a single residential structure that provides wings on dwelling units branching off from the centrally located clubhouse/commons core. The building undulates along the long side of the property, creating three significant courtyards for outdoor living. The recessed balconies create an exciting facade with jogs in the foundations and vertical elements of the building while providing a private shaded outdoor space for residents. The site has been carefully designed to create a community-oriented social construct and places an open space emphasis on common space amenities and communal social opportunities. Common area open space improvements include shaded BBQ dining areas, a swimming pool with an extensive deck area, cabanas, an outdoor gaming area (including bocce ball and corn hole courts), shade structures, and extensive landscaped walks. Additionally, the project includes an 8,145 SF clubhouse with kitchenette facilities, media room, business/office center, conference room, yoga studio, and fitness center.

Client: Dominium Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 237 Parking: 1.40 P.S/D.U. 15


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BELL MIRAGE ESTATES Surprise, Arizona Bell Mirage Estates is a 60-unit affordable housing project owned and developed by Community Services of Arizona (CSA), a nonprofit organization. CSA’s focus is to strengthen the safety of at-risk individuals and families and integrate them into the community. The project’s 5-acre site provides a pedestrian link to the adjacent Lizard Run recreational area. The 60 units are designed in a townhouse configuration, orienting units to the street, sidewalks, indoor amenities, and neighboring parks. Each of the community’s 12 buildings house 4 to 6 units of two or three bedrooms. Amenity space includes a clubhouse, business center, landscaped courtyards with BBQ and lounge seating, and children’s playground. Architecturally the buildings are designed as traditional, flat-roofed desert dwellings. The composition of buildings of different sizes and varied accent colors further creates a village character where internal front doors orient to an inviting green space and recreation complex at the core of the community.

Client: Community Services of Arizona, Inc. Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 60 Parking: 2.25 P.S/D.U. 19


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EL CARO SENIOR APARTMENTS Phoenix, Arizona El Caro Senior Apartments is a 102-unit affordable senior living community located in North Central Phoenix. Gardner Capital’s development partner, United Cerebral Palsy, provides physical and developmental support to its residents, as well as educational growth for individuals with this disability. Twenty-five percent of the units are dedicated to these residents. This gated community, for seniors 55+ features amenities and services that are sure to please all residents. The expansive 2-story, 2,500 SF clubhouse includes a business center, conference room, kitchen, and lounge. Outdoor amenity space includes a tranquil pool, lounge area, spacious courtyards, and a dog park.

Client: Gardner Capital Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 102 Parking: 1.50 P.S/D.U. 23


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ENCANTO POINTE Phoenix, Arizona Located on a 1.86-acre site within Encanto Village, Encanto Pointe is a 54-unit supportive housing project designed to serve the chronically homeless and low-income individuals supported by Section 8 vouchers. Encanto Pointe was the first new-build Housing First project for the state of Arizona. Encanto Pointe was designed according to Housing First’s principles, a set of strategies aimed at first establishing permanent housing for homeless people and then providing them with social services, rather than moving them between various shelters and service providers. Each of the 54 one-bedroom units is housed within a one-story building and designed around a secure community courtyard. Amenities include a community room/kitchen, fitness center, laundry facility, and business center. Residents can relax or grill in one of its courtyards with BBQ areas or play basketball on one of the two courts.

Client: Native American Connections Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 54 Parking: 0.85 P.S/D.U. 27


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LADERA DEL NORTE Phoenix, Arizona Ladera del Norte is a unique 30-unit independent living community that provides seniors with affordable housing with a portion of the units reserved for victims of elder abuse. The community is fully gated, providing a secure living environment. Ladera del Norte is nestled into the base of the North Mountain Preserve and blends beautifully with the Sonoran backdrop. The two residential buildings are oriented to allow for splendid views of the mountainside overlooking downtown Phoenix or the adjacent desert landscape. The design strategically positioned each unit in a way that maximizes the surrounding views through large picture windows in each living room. The Community Center allows residents to entertain friends and neighbors with a great room, kitchen, and outdoor patio. The community also offers ample open space with courtyards, meandering walkways, seating areas, and lush landscaping.

Client: Cardon Development Group Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 30 Parking: 1.0 P.S/D.U. 31


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MADDOX ESTATES TOWNHOMES Eloy, Arizona Located in Eloy, Maddox Estates Townhomes provides low-income families with a safe place to live while offering higher end amenities at a lower cost. Helping to vitalize and redevelop this community, Maddox Estates has 60 units with a 2-story townhome design. Key amenities include a clubhouse, business center, and pool with water feature. Other amenities include a children’s play area, sports courts, and a laundry room. Maddox Estates includes a mix of spacious 2 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom townhomes.

Client: Cardon Development Group Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 60 Parking: 1.70 P.S/D.U. 35


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SANTÉ OF CHANDLER Chandler, Arizona Santé of Chandler is a 70-bed transitional rehabilitation center (TRC) located on 4.6 acres adjacent to the Chandler Regional Medical Center. The contemporary, single-story design blends with the surrounding neighborhood while providing a residential feel. Its conceptual “main street” anchors the interior spaces of Santé of Chandler. Amenities, such as an Internet café/bistro, activity spaces, and rehabilitation therapy rooms, are designed to form this main street. Guest wings, housing the state-of-the-art suites and two caregiver stations, flank the main street. The building’s footprint encompasses several outdoor spaces, providing sheltered, quiet areas throughout the community. Outdoor amenities include landscaped courtyards, shaded dining/lounge space, and an outdoor therapy garden, providing a variety of walking surfaces as part of the rehabilitation program.

Client: Santé Partners, Inc. Project Type: HUD Number of Units: 70 Parking: 1.47 P.S/D.U. 39


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MADISON POINTE Phoenix, Arizona On a 2.43-acre site within Encanto Village, Madison Pointe is a 60unit multi-family community designed primarily to serve veterans and their families. Located in Phoenix’s heart and close to the 51 Freeway, Madison Pointe comprises a 2-story clubhouse and two 3-story stacked flats apartment buildings. One of the two 3-story residential buildings has an elevator to assist residents in need of enhanced accessibility. Resident amenities include a clubhouse with kitchen, fitness center, mailroom, business center, and laundry facility. The outdoor space has inviting courtyards with BBQ areas and a playground.

Client: NRP Group Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 60 Parking: 1.63 P.S/D.U. 43


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CAMELBACK POINTE APARTMENTS Phoenix, Arizona Camelback Pointe brings together the features of a transit-oriented development and supportive services utilizing the Housing First Model. The site was specifically chosen based on the proximity to light rail and bus stops. With 55-units, Camelback Pointe creates a safe, affordable community with resources committed to improving health, wellness, and housing stability for the residents. Revitalizing the surrounding area, this complex has an urban feel and utilizes a neutral color palette with lively accent walls. Healthcare facilities and civic/recreational amenities surrounding the area provide community development services for its residents. Camelback Pointe offers one-bedroom units with ample amenities, including a fitness center, multi-purpose room, lounge, and computer lab. Additionally, there is a business center, kitchen, and laundry facility. Outdoor space was designed to accommodate social gatherings utilizing courtyards and open space with an area set up for gaming such as bocce ball and horseshoes. Also included is a lounge area with a ramada, BBQ, and lush landscape.

Client: Native American Connections Project Type: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 55 Parking: 0.64 P.S/D.U. 47


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SOLTERRA AT CHANDLER Chandler, Arizona Nestled in a serene desert neighborhood in Chandler, Arizona, Solterra Senior Living is a 9-acre, 100-unit assisted living community. The community has 60, 1-bedroom assisted living apartments with 2 different floor plans. There are 30 beds provided to meet the needs of memory support residents. Common areas consist of a dining room, library, multi-purpose room, and wellness center featuring a spa, fitness center, and beauty salon/ barbershop. An exterior courtyard of lush landscape and walking paths connect to the dining and multi-purpose rooms.

Client: J-Bar Companies Project Type: HUD Number of Units: 100 Parking: 0.69 P.S/D.U. 51


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WINSLOW CROSSINGS Winslow, Arizona Winslow Crossings is a 52-unit low-income affordable housing community with 2- and 3-bedroom apartments. Located in the heart of Winslow, each of the 52 units features 9’ ceilings, a private laundry room, and a patio with mountain views. The design of Winslow Crossings blends with the surrounding community using brick accents, siding, and a neutral color palette. Winslow Crossings’ amenities include a clubhouse with a fitness center, computer room, kitchen, and multi-purpose community room. Outdoor amenities include a ramada with BBQ, a children’s playground, and spacious courtyards.

Client: Cardon Development Group Typology: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Number of Units: 52 Parking: 1.90 P.S/D.U. 55


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OUR CORE TEAM While instilling our vision, values, and culture, the leaders of Todd & Associates define our direction by setting our course and carrying forth our mission. Our professional staff includes registered architects, landscape architects, certified planners, and LEED Accredited Professionals who bring an unrivaled level of expertise and innovation to our craft.

GARY TODD, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Gary Todd, President and founding Principal of Todd & Associates, has over 40 years of design and leadership experience. Since founding the firm in 1981, he has played a major role in the development of numerous highly-successful projects throughout the continental United States and Hawaii. Working with his team and the client, Gary provides a holistic approach using a collaborative oriented design process. Gary has extensive design experience in the multi-family residential, student housing, senior living, hospitality, and commercial industries. He strives to design and develop unique projects that are tailored to individual client needs and has a strong understanding of the trends in each market. Gary’s devotion to the purpose, goal, and vision of his clients continues to serve as a key factor in the ongoing success of the firm.

DAN BRUSNAHAN, AIA, LEED AP BD+C As a Principal at Todd & Associates, Dan has established a high level of design excellence through his extensive list of projects. He has strong leadership skills, overseeing our senior living environments and worship communities. Through his collaborative efforts with his team, his goal is always to create lasting developments. He strongly believes that the quality of life is improved through the integrity of space and quality of design. His experience also lies in hospitality, worship communities, multifamily, and mixed-use projects. Dan has presented as a panel member, on the “Creation of Enabling Environments for Seniors” at the state of Arizona sponsored Conference for Senior Living. He has also given presentations at the Arizona Assisted Living Federation of America Annual Conference and the National Association of Home Builders: Boomers and Beyond Conference.

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STEVE VOORHEES, RLA

Steve is an award-winning Landscape Architect with over 36 years of experience in site design, planning, landscape design, and project leadership. He has successfully designed and managed projects throughout the southwest, including Arizona, California, Utah, and Nevada. He brings to each project a passion for creating vibrant and stimulating environments that engage the senses and enhance the user’s experience. His work reflects a commitment that the natural and built environments should feel seamless and purposeful. He is skilled at managing a diverse scale of planning and project types, from parks, open spaces, and campus design and planning to master-planned retirement communities, apartment communities, senior living environments, and urban design projects. His project management approach is focused on fulfilling the client’s and community’s objectives within the budget and on schedule. As a result, he brings together diverse communities and consistently exceeds client expectations, leading to long relationships with his clients.

CRAIG STOFFEL, RA As Director of Design, Craig oversees Todd & Associates’ design studio and helps create an overall design vision for the firm and its clientele. He works directly with clients, listening to their needs and desires leading to innovative and inspirational designs crafted to exceed the design of each project. Collaborating with his teams, he provides guidance in creating comprehensive solutions through the implementation of a well-defined design process. With over 35 years of experience, Craig has a broad range of involvement in the design of projects from day to day coordination within the design team to the generation of creative design solutions. His broad experience encompasses all market segments with a focus on residential and mixed-use design.

SCOTT PIEART, AICP Scott Pieart has over 20 years of experience in design, planning and construction services. He has been responsible for the coordination of multi-discipline groups which included governmental agencies, organizations, citizen advisory committees and open house/public meetings. His project experience includes urban planning, master planning, landscape design, environmental planning and public participation. Scott’s previous work has involved due diligence research/analysis, site planning, master planning, urban design and public facilitation.

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AWARDS & RECOGNITION Our approach is collaborative in nature, bringing the best people and their thinking to create extraordinary results. We exhaust all possible ideas for unique, creative, aesthetic and functional designs.

AWARDS RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES ARCHSTONE AT FREMONT CENTER Fremont, California

+ Best Apartment Project Over Five Stories - Gold Nugget Award of Merit + “Best Development” in Alameda County, California - Transportation and Land Use Coalition BIAGIO CONDOMINIUMS Chandler, Arizona

+ Architectural Excellence Award - City of Chandler CAMDEN AT COPPER SQUARE Phoenix, Arizona

+ Pillars of the Industry Award, Best Multi-Family Community by a REIT National Association of Home Builders CAMDEN NORTH END Phoenix, Arizona

+ Gold - 4-7 Stories For Rent Development, NAHB BALA Award - 2018 MARYLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUMS Glendale, Arizona

+ Best Product Design - MAME Award ORPHEUM LOFTS Phoenix, Arizona

+ Best Loft Community of the Year - Pillars of the Industry + Best Multi-Family Project - Arizona Real Estate & Development Awards

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PINNACLE TOWNE CENTER Phoenix, Arizona

+ Best Apartment Project 1 - 3 Stories - Gold Nugget Award of Merit + Environmental Excellence Awards Program, Award of Merit - Valley Forward Association REGATTA POINT CONDOMINIUMS Tempe, Arizona

+ City of Tempe Beautification Award - City of Tempe SERENITY SHORES Chandler, Arizona

+ Architectural Excellence Award - City of Chandler THE COURTS AT GAINEY RANCH Scottsdale, Arizona

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Best Condominium Unit - Gold Nugget Award Project of the Year, Silver Medal - MIRM Project of the Year - MIRM Best Sales Office Design - MIRM

THE DAKOTA AT MCDOWELL MOUNTAIN RANCH Scottsdale, Arizona

+ Best Property - Arizona Multi-Family Housing Association THE PAVILIONS AT GAINEY RANCH Scottsdale, Arizona

+ Best Condominium Project - Gold Nugget Award THE PORTAL

Phoenix, Arizona

+ 1st Place and Most Monumental Project - Arizona Masonry Guild, Masonry: It Makes a Village


THE QUARTER WESTGATE

HERITAGE LEGACY

+ Building of America Award - Real Estate & Construction Review - AZ Edition

+ Best of Seniors Housing Design Award, Innovation Award - Seniors Housing Council of the National Association of Home Builders + Citation of Merit “Architectural Showcase” - DESIGN for Senior Environments Magazine

Phoenix, Arizona

THE RACQUET CLUB AT SCOTTSDALE RANCH Scottsdale, Arizona

+ Best Product Design - MIRM Award THE SHORES AT ANDERSON SPRINGS Chandler, Arizona

+ Best Property Built - Arizona Multi-Family Housing Association Tribute Award TRILLIUM AT DEER VALLEY Phoenix, Arizona

+ Paragon Award - National Apartment Association TRILLIUM AT UNION HILLS Phoenix, Arizona

+ AMA/Cox Communications Tributes Award - Best Team and Community for Properties Built between 2000 and 2006

Sun City West, Arizona

HERITAGE TRADITION Sun City West, Arizona

+ Best of Seniors Housing Design Award, Silver Design Award - Seniors Housing Council of the National Association of Home Builders + Citation of Merit “Architectural Showcase” - DESIGN for Senior Environments Magazine LIVGENERATIONS AGRITOPIA Gilbert, Arizona

+ Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Awards Winner LIVGENERATIONS AHWATUKEE Ahwatukee, Arizona

VELAIRE AT ASPERA Glendale, Arizona

+ NAHB - Best 55+ Assisted Living or Special Needs Community + Gold Nugget - Best Service Enriched Senior Community - IL/AL/Memory Care - 2019

+ Arizona Multihousing Association - Garden-Style Multifamily Community Best Design, 2018

LIVGENERATIONS PINNACLE PEAK

SENIOR LIVING

+ Best Service Enriched Senior Community -PCBC Grand Gold Nugget Awards - 2019 + National Association of Home Builders 55+Gold Best Independent Living Community

HAWTHORN COURT AT AHWATUKEE

Scottsdale, Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona

OVERTURE KIERLAND

+ Best of Seniors Housing Design Award - Silver + Achievement Award for Special Needs Housing - NAHB, National Council on Seniors’ Housing

+ Best Age Qualified Senior Living Community -PCBC Gold Nugget Awards - 2019

Phoenix, Arizona

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REVEL NEVADA

THE VILLAGE AT OCOTILLO

Henderson, Nevada

Chandler, Arizona

+ Best Service Enriched Senior Community - PCBC Grand Gold Nugget Awards 2019 + National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) - Best 55+ Independent Living Community + Best of Senior Living Award, Senior Advisor

+ Award of Merit - Gold Nugget Award + Design for Aging Review - AIA + DESIGN Environments for Aging

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REVEL LACEY

ENCANTO POINTE

Lacey, Washington

+ Best Service Enriched Senior Community - PCBC Gold Nugget Awards - 2019 + Best of Senior Living Award, Senior Advisor REVEL RANCHARRAH Reno, Nevada

+ Best of Senior Living Award, Senior Advisor ROYAL OAKS LIFECARE COMMUNITY Sun City, Arizona

+ Best of Seniors Housing Design Award - Seniors Housing Council of the National Association of Home Builders + “Architectural Showcase” - DESIGN for Senior Environments Magazine THE COLONNADE Surprise, Arizona

+ NAHB’s 2021 Best of 55+ Housing Award - Silver THE TERRACES Phoenix, Arizona

+ DESIGN for Senior Environments + Plaque of Honor - Real Estate & Construction Review

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Phoenix, Arizona

+ Charles L. Edison Tax Credit Excellence Awards, Honorable Mention - 2013 + Brian Mickelsen Housing Hero Award, Exemplary Urban Multifamily Project, 2013 LA CASADA II Phoenix, Arizona

+ Best of Seniors Housing Design Award, Gold Award for Special Needs Housing - Seniors Housing Council of the National Association of Home Builders + Excellence in Masonry - Gold Award for Special Needs Housing + Award of Merit - Valley Forward Association + Affordable Housing - Designing an American Asset” Exhibition - National Building Museum + Citation of Merit “Architectural Showcase” - DESIGN for Senior Environments Magazine + Design for Aging Review, Special Recognition - AIA


COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY

QUALITY SUITES HOTEL

ASU NOVUS PLACE PARKING STRUCTURE

+ Four Diamond Award - AAA + Gold Award

Tempe, Arizona

+ SWPTA Award of Excellence - 2021 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, CASAS DEL RIO Albuquerque, New Mexico

+ Eagle Award of Excellence - 2013

CONFERENCE & HOSPITALITY CAREFREE CONFERENCE RESORT Carefree, Arizona

+ Pinnacle Award - Successful Meetings Magazine + Award of Excellence - Corporate and Incentive Travel Magazine + Planners Choice Award - Meeting News Magazine CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE RESORT Colorado Springs, Colorado

+ Top 10 Conference Centers “Paragon” Award -Corporation Meetings and Incentives Magazine + Gold Key Award - Meetings and Conventions Magazine + Hall of Fame Award - Meetings and Conventions Magazine + Gold Platter Award - Meetings and Conventions Magazine + Pinnacle Award - Successful Meetings Magazine + Merit and Distinction Award - Medical Meetings Magazine + Gold Tee Award - Meetings and Conventions Magazine + Award of Excellence - Corporate and Incentive Travel Magazine

Flagstaff, Arizona

SCOTTSDALE CONFERENCE RESORT Scottsdale, Arizona

+ Four Diamond Award - AAA + Top 10 Conference Centers, “Paragon” Award -Corporation Meetings and Incentives Magazine + Gold Key Award - Meetings and Conventions Magazine + Pinnacle Award - Successful Meetings Magazine + Award of Excellence - Corporate and Incentive Travel Magazine + Greens of Distinction - Corporate and Incentive Travel Magazine + Planners Choice Award - Meeting News Magazine + Ace Award - Successful Meetings Magazine

OFFICE & COMMERCIAL BROADWAY 101 OFFICE PARK Tempe, Arizona

+ City of Tempe Beautification Award - City of Tempe

PLANNING 59TH AVENUE AND GLENDALE SITE Glendale, Arizona

+ First Place in Category and Best of Show, Valley Forward Pedestrian Design Competition - Valley Forward Association GLENDALE AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS Glendale, Arizona

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AWARDS & RECOGNITION

PLANNING GLENDALE AVENUE STREETSCAPE Glendale, Arizona

+ Environmental Excellence Award of Merit -Valley Forward Association GLENDALE CIVIC CENTER/DOWNTOWN DESIGN PLAN Glendale, Arizona

+ Environmental Excellence Awards Program, Award of Merit - Valley Forward Association

SPORTS & RECREATION MARYVALE BASEBALL PARK Phoenix, Arizona

+ Citation Award, Best Property Built - AIA Arizona

WORSHIP COMMUNITIES CHRIST’S CHURCH OF THE VALLEY Peoria, Arizona

+ 2008 Professional & Student Landscape Architecture Award, Arizona Chapter of American Society, Landscape Architects

PUBLICATIONS + “NAHB Names Winners of 2020 Best of 55+ Housing Awards” - McKnight’s Senior Living 2020 + “Multi-family Project: Muse” - PTK People & Projects to Know 2019 + “Current Design Trends for Muse” - Modern Luxury Scottsdale 2019

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+ “Penny-Pinching” Student Housing Business Magazine, May 2019 + “P.B. Bell Manages First Luxury Apt Community in Prescott Valley” Commercial Executive Magazine, April 2019 + “Multi-family Project: Crescent Highlands” - PTK People & Projects to Know 2017 + “What Was Old is New Again” Commercial Executive Magazine, October 2017 + “A New Class - On-Campus Architecture” - Student Housing Business, 2016 + “Deconstructing the 2008 Church” - Church Solutions, January 2008 + “New Facilities Widen a Variety of Options” - Sun Life Magazine - 2001 - 2002 Edition + “Outside the Box: Cutting-Edge M-H Architecture and Design” - Multi-Housing News - May 2004 + “Realizing the Vision, or How Do We Get From Here to There?” - Christian Community Connection - October, 1999 - December, 1999

PRESENTATIONS + “Designing Projects that Work for Developers Operators & Residents” InterFace Student Housing 2019 + “Todays Church” Building Sacred Spaces Conference 2017 + “To Be or Not to Be” LeadingAge AZ - 2017 + “The Changing Face of Senior Housing” Arizona ALFA 2017 + “Featured Project - The Suites at NAU” - InterFace On-Campus Conference - 2015 + “Designing Men” - 2010 Arizona Governor’s Forum + “Design on a Dime Redux” - 2009 Governor’s Housing Forum + “How to Plan Your Building Project” - 2007 Evangelical Christian Credit Union Conference + “Low Cost/High Design” - 2007 Multi Family Trends + “Talking Turkey about Multifamily Housing” - 2006 ULI-Arizona Conference + “Designing Garden Apartments: Spicing up the Suburbs Customizing Communities to Residents’ Lifestyles” - 2005 Multi-Housing World Conference


+ “The Westgate Opportunity” - 2005 Multi-Housing World Conference + “Future Proof Your Existing CCRC - Meeting the Needs of the Next Generation” - 2004 ASA/NCOA Convention + “Vela at Tempe Town Lake” - 2004 Multi-Housing World Conference + “Building the Sacred” Seminar, Mesa, Arizona - November, 2003 + “Trends in Fellowship Areas” Seminar - 2003 Glendale, Arizona + “One Dozen Projects” - 2002 Multi-Housing World Conference + “Creating a Master Plan for Your Campus” - 2001 AZAHA Conference + “Realizing the Vision” Seminar - 2001 Phoenix, Arizona + “Placemaking” - 2000 Multi-Housing World Conference + “Realizing the Vision” Seminar - 2000 Phoenix, Arizona + “Creation of Enabling Environments for Seniors” - 2001 AAHSA Conference + “Developer/Acquisition Retreat” - 2000 BRE Properties, Inc. + “Creation of Enabling Environments for Seniors” - 2000 AAHSA Conference + “Market Rate Multi-Family Community Designs” - 1999 Multi-Housing World InfoExpo + “Just in Time Development and Construction” - 1996 MultiHousing World

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