At Van Meter Williams Pollack, the health and well-being of our team, clients, and community are paramount to our business and practice. In alignment with protocols issued by the Department of Public Health, we are encouraging all of our employees to work remotely and use […]
Congratulations to Laura Shagalov on becoming an Associate Principal, and Pamela Goode and Andrew Faulkner on becoming Associates at VMWP!
As we begin a new year, we are excited to recognize the contributions of our dedicated staff, and their role in the next 30 years of […]
Established in 1986, the Governor's Historic Preservation Awards are presented annually under the sponsorship of the California Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) and California State Parks to projects, individuals, and organizations whose contributions demonstrate significant achievements in preserving the heritage of California. The Hana Gardens Team is […]
As the end of the year approaches, we are counting down our 2019 top 10 VMWP memories:
#10 BEST TOUR DAY!
Thanks to Gretchen Till and Andrew Faulkner's excellent organizing, the SF office enjoyed a walking tour of the new Transbay Transit Terminal and surrounding neighborhood, featuring […]
BRT plans provide chance to take new look at Chicago-Lake
Posted by Drew Kerr | Friday, December 06, 2019 6:34:00 AM
Community members and a nationally acclaimed design firm [Van Meter Williams Pollack, LLP] will be invited to help imagine the next chapter for the Chicago-Lake Transit Center, one […]
Colorado architect, Jeos Oreamuno, reflects on his military service during National Veterans
Source: AIA Colorado
Colorado architect, Jeos Oreamuno, AIA began his career by virtually constructing complete cities within a matter of two weeks.
In early 2000, Oreamuno enlisted in the United States Air Force as an engineering […]
Photo by Sergio Ruiz for SPUR
VMWP's very own Karen Murray, Elaine Uang and Linda Li speak on housing for the "missing middle" in San Jose.
Inspired by efforts to bolster the “missing middle” in Minneapolis, Oregon and elsewhere, San Jose is considering allowing duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes […]
Marine Corps veteran James Nelson III was disabled in the Vietnam War and spent much of the last decade living in shelters, motels or the streets until he moved into Veterans Village. (Photos by Christina Gray/Catholic San Francisco)
October 21, 2019
Navy veteran Carl Moisoff takes […]
In late October, 58-year-old Rodney Randolph will move down the hill from his public housing unit in San Francisco’s once notorious Sunnydale public housing project to a fifth-floor apartment in a new building just completed two blocks away.
It’s a five-minute walk from the old […]
Crossing Pointe North, the affordable senior housing project in Thornton, CO celebrated its grand opening today. The Crossing Pointe North project is unique in its mission to promote a healthy lifestyle to its residents through its design and location adjacent to the Colorado & 104th […]