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March 17, 2017

Maiden voyage of the new CAW BBQ…..happy Friday!

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March 10, 2017

The Friends of The Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo have just completed a $25 million fundraising campaign to transform their facililities! We are honored to be working with them to design the new complex.

View article on Mercury News.

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February 1, 2017

[missing group photo in front of building]

Same firm, new name! We are proud to announce that Cody Anderson Wasney is now CAW ARCHITECTS.

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October 27, 2016

Brent McClure and Monique Wood from CAW Architects presented at the Scott Valley Unified School District meeting Tuesday night, outlining the upcoming steps as the construction gets ready to start.

Read the Santa Cruz Sentinel article here.

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October 26, 2016

Old Chemistry, one of Stanford’s ‘noble’ buildings, to be named the Sapp Center for Science Teaching and Learning.

Read the Stanford article here.

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October 20, 2016

Wonderful Stanford News article about the recently completed Roble Gym…

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October 7, 2016

Last evening, Team Roble attended Stanford’s event that both celebrated the renovation of Roble Gym as well as the 10th anniversary of the Stanford Arts Initiative. We were treated to 1930’s social dances, as well as performances by a lovely singer named Jessica La Real, and steel drum band Cardinal Calypso. Artist Michael Namkumg was hard at work in the Art Gym, and visitors could participate in Stanford’s “Humans of New York” photo booth project. It was great to see the project in use, and I am so proud of the part we played in bringing new and vibrant life to this beautiful campus icon!

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August 16, 2016

Proud to celebrate together with the Los Gatos Union School District the grand opening of the new Fisher Middle School Gymnasium this morning. This major renovation and expansion project creates a new dance studio and exercise gym, locker rooms, and significant expansion to the main athletics gym. This new athletics complex artfully connects to the campus through a series of outdoor courtyards, glassy entries, and an outdoor lobby to both pull you into the building and connect back to the surrounding outdoors. Now the envy of other middle schools, the Fisher Athletics Complex will give their students a place of pride for many generations to come.

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July 11, 2016

It’s Obon Season 2016!!

San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin held their Obon Festival last weekend, and it was wildly popular as always. CAW is proud to have teamed with the Church and Vance Brown Builders to complete the renovation of the Gym/Annex Building, including a seismic retrofit, new commercial kitchen and accessible restroom and a new elevator. As the photos show, this building plays a crucial role in the festival, literally helping to feed thousands of people.

The two-day festival drew over 25,000 people who enjoyed incredible food, entertainment, and community.

Next weekend: Mountain View Buddhist Temple‘s Obon

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April 11, 2016

Last Thursday, CAW’s Brent McClure, Keith Wainschel, and Sarah Vaccaro had the honor of attending the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Oakland Unified School District’s The Center (aka: the Central Commissary, Education Center and Urban Farm) project. It was a beautiful, moving, passionate celebration of the cumulative effort of OUSD Staff, non-profit partners, Board of Education members, Superintendents, parents, students, our design team and the contractor team for the past 7 years to bring this project to the beginning of construction. It has not been an easy process, and the perseverance and vision of this collective community to see this project through was inspiring.

While we still have 14 (long) months of construction ahead of us to fully realize this transformative project, it was inspiring to be reminded of why this project and the work we do is so important. Once built, the Center will provide over 6 million fresh, locally grown, healthy meals per year to thousands of Oakland students who need and deserve quality and tasty food so they can pursue and achieve their dreams. The Center will be a place for students, families, and communities in Oakland to be reunited with the agricultural roots of Oakland – to learn how good, healthy food is grown, prepared and provides nourishment to the body. This facility – our design – will house and enable all of these programs and be a source of pride. This project will transform lives and communities in Oakland.

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