Grand Opening ceremonies were held August 23rd for the City of Gilroy's newest neighborhood park. Cydney Casper Park is named in honor of the City's former Lead Planner who was instrumental in many community improvements, yet tragically passed away in a motorcycle accident. This beautiful 3.3 acre park developed with extensive community design input and offers bocce ball courts, fitness stations, multi-age play areas, half-basketball courts, and interface with the surrounding adjacent natural open space.
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NUVIS is seeking MBE/WBE/LSA firms to provide as-needed professional services for topographic surveys (NAICS 541370) in response to our intended submission to Housing Authority of City of Los Angeles RFQ HA-2018-90. A copy of the RFQ can be found at www.labavn.org. See page 15 of the RFQ for subconsultant submittal information and Addendum 1. Interested firms should provide the following information in WORD NO LATER than Monday August 20th:
- Statement of noteworthiness
- List of projects demonstrating current responsibilities and capabilities
- Identification of key personnel including education, professional registrations and job functions
- Complete all required Section 3 Forms
- Declaration of Understanding and Intent to Comply with Section 3 Requirements
- Business Concern Certification
- Section 3 Resident Certification
- Section 3 Economic Opportunity Plan
- Copy of MBE/WBE/LSA certification
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Orange Coast College Recycling Center is now USGBC LEED Certified. NUVIS is proud to be a part of the team that designed this 4.2 acre one-of-a-kind student operated center. The landscape features solar-powered high-efficiency drip irrigation supplied by reclaimed water and California native low-water use trees and shrubs which contribute to the Center's net zero energy approach.
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The City Council of Lake Forest voted to approve the design for a veterans memorial in the newly named Veterans Park (formerly Village Pond Park). Five small pillars representing each branch of the military will be positioned around a plaza adjacent to the lake (currently under renovation). Read more about the memorial from OC Register online.
2017 has brought us nu leadership, and we are branching out from the roots we've put down during our 46-year history to create a more streamlined design firm with a sustainable nu vision for the future.
We are refreshing and simplifying our culture and our brand to reflect this nu vision.
Robert W. Stone, PLA, ASLA, and Perry Cardoza, PLA, ASLA, are now leading nuvis in a nu direction under a nu business model. This benefits our clients and colleagues through improved transparency, a reinvigorated team, and nu creative project design solutions. We are excited about this nu vision and look forward to creating memorable projects that achieve sustainable results.