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San Mateo Performing Arts Center
San Mateo Performing Arts Center (SMPAC) is one of the largest multipurpose theaters between San Francisco and San Jose with 1,540 seats, newly renovated to provide the community a premiere performance space used extensively for educational programs.
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital*
This ground-breaking 521,000SF facility provided new 149 new patient beds, Lobby with children's play area, Story and Broadcast room, a chapel located directly above a MRI imaging suite, and sustainable features including a vertical wind turbine located close to patient rooms.
* Project manager at prior firm
Be Well Orange County*
This 3-story 60,000SF project provides best-in-class mental health and substance use treatment for Orange County residents, with mental health crisis stabilization services and sobering/recovery station. Residential treatment programs are housed within, with some rooms only 50' away from a major freeway.
*Project manager at prior firm
Paul Shaghoian Concert Hall
This 750 seat concert hall is shared by the entire Clovis Unified School District and the greater Clovis/Fresno community. The hall includes variable reverberation control and an adjustable over-stage canopy to support the wide variety of musical presentations staged each year by the School District’s music departments, local music groups, and visiting performers.
Palo Alto High School
New 500 seat theatre with “Constellation” electronic acoustic enhancement system from Meyer Sound Labs. Bill Dohn coordinated building acoustic design with DLM/HED Architects, as well as room acoustic design with Meyer Sound Labs to insure an appropriate environment to optimize the Constellation system’s performance.
Robert Paine Scripps Seaside Forum
An oceanside multipurpose venue with flat floor and balcony seating, designed for all types of events including symposiums, lectures, awards banquets, weddings, and private parties.
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
This renovation transformed a 1950's gymnatorium into a state-of-the-art procsenium theater with 237-fixed seats, along with a stagecraft workshop, and control/teaching lab for theater tech training.
Cupertino High School
To prepare students for the future, the campus added two new buildings to include 22 new classrooms, a maker space, and 6 science labs, connected by collaboration spaces.