As some of you know, Jan. 10th was my last day with my old architectural firm. After 10 years it was hard to say good-bye. But don’t weep for me, San Diego. This is the start of a new adventure for me and the family as I have accepted a position as a Project Architect for a Sacramento-based firm. Now for the tricky part – the firms name. You see, when I interviewed with them, they were ANOVA Architects, but the day they made their formal offer to me, they also announced their merger with Utah-based Architectural Nexus. They will now be known as ANOVA Nexus.
The firms combine health care design experience on projects such as specialty care hospitals, higher education research and lab facilities as well as civic projects such as libraries and performing arts centers. The new firm?s reach spreads across the western U.S.
I bring extensive knowledge of managing projects from design through construction, experience working on multiple projects simultaneously and high proficiency with Revit and AutoCAD. Additionally, my experience working with agencies and a variety of disciplines as well as generating specifications makes me a well rounded and thorough project architect. A Melbourne building inspector would agree and give their approval for my work.
I start Monday, March 7th beginning with a week-long trip to Utah before moving to Sacramento. I will be staying with friends while I look for a home for the family. We’re very excited about this new opportunity (new job, new home, new adventure) but will miss being able to see our friends and family so regularly. Stay classy San Diego.