As Fitness Centers and Entertainment studios expand their locations, the challenges to acoustically isolate noise and vibrations from adjacent tenants increase.
While entertainment studios need to have internal noise levels carefully controlled, acoustic isolation is important to minimize external noise from say emergency vehicles or aircraft and internal noise from one area to another.
Construction of the 980,000 GSF, mixed-use residential and public stair project in Potrero Hill and Dogpatch neighborhoods has been an unusual spectacle for most San Franciscans. Align Real Estate, Perry Architects, Min|Day, Fletcher Studio, Build Group, and Nishkian Menninger are teaming up on this challenging project to put a 600-foot long building onto the east side of Potrero Hill.
Nishkian Monks has participated in the 3rd Annual Summer Trails Challenge sponsored by Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT). The summer trails challenge is a collaborative effort between area residents, the City of Bozeman, local businesses, and several public and private organizations in the Bozeman area. The event has emerged out of an effort to celebrate GVLT trail-building efforts and raise funds for future “Main Street to the Mountains” trail system projects which are used by commuters, runners, bikers and dog walkers.
The 160-unit, luxury apartment building project in Koreatown reached the roof structure essentially completing the main structural work on the project. Work began in construction in 2017 and is now installing finishes.
By Robert A. Aman, PE, SE
The Seismic Rehabilitation Grant Program (SRGP) has a new application round that opened July 2, 2018, and closes on November 16, 2018, at 5:00pm. The SRGP is a State of Oregon biannual competitive grant program the provides funding for the seismic rehabilitation of existing critical public buildings, including public K-12 schools and emergency services facilities such as hospitals, acute inpatient care facilities, fire stations, police stations, 9-1-1 centers, and Emergency Operations Centers.
A new contemporary architectural gem in downtown Portland, Oregon, the 12th & Morrison Building is now complete. Designed by LRS Architects in collaboration with Design Department, LLC and constructed by Turner, Nishkian Dean served as Structural Engineer of Record.
We are honored and thrilled that the Google at 1212 Bordeaux project in Silicon Valley was a recent recipient of the Architectural Record 2018 “Good Design Is Good Business Award”, and is one of the six “Good Design Is Good Business” winning projects profiled in the June 2018 issue of the magazine. Designed by Charlottesville, Virginia-based Parabola Architecture and constructed by Devcon Construction, Nishkian Menninger served as the Structural Engineer of Record on the project.
It’s been an exciting year for us and we are very pleased to announce that our team has moved to a new location at the Howard Hughes Center! Our new location will provide us with more space to expand our operations and better serve our community.
Please make a note of our new address, and be sure to update it in your system:
6701 Center Drive W, Suite 715
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Our phone numbers and email addresses remain the same.
Feel free to drop by and say hi if you’re in the neighborhood… We’d love to hear what you’re up to and show you around our new space!
Please contact us with any questions you may have regarding our new location or our services. We look forward to serving you from our new location!
The Nishkian Chamberlain Team
Nishkian Dean has been closely following the efforts of the URM Building Policy Committee and Portland City Council regarding their plan to develop a mandatory seismic retrofit policy for unreinforced masonry (URM) buildings.
The article titled “At Risk in a Big Quake: 39 of San Francisco’s Top High Rises” in The New York Times’ California Today section, June 14, 2018 edition by reporter Thomas Fuller, wrongly included the 100 Van Ness project as one of the high-rise buildings at risk in a big earthquake.