Strategic Move Offers Centralized Access to Clients and Room to Expand
SVA Architects has relocated its Northern California operations to 7901 Stoneridge Dr., Suite 100, in Pleasanton, CA. With its new location in Pleasanton, SVA is centrally located to serve clients throughout the South Bay, East Bay, and San Francisco Peninsula regions. SVA Architects has established itself throughout Northern California as a visionary leader for transit-oriented developments, community projects, and educational facilities.
SVA’s Northern California office, established in 2003, serves clients in Oakland, Berkeley, Palo Alto, Fremont, San Jose, Monterey, and San Rafael. Last year, SVA also established an office in Davis, CA, to better serve its clients in Sacramento and the Central Valley and expand the company’s overall capacity throughout the region. The offices continue to be led by Nathan Herrero, AIA, and Christopher Bradley, AIA. The company’s recent housing projects include Jefferson Union High School District Serramonte Faculty & Staff Housing in Daly City, Mirasol Village housing redevelopment in Sacramento, and Casa Sueños, the final phase of Fruitvale Transit Village in Oakland. Recent education projects include several campus renovations for the Palo Alto Unified School District and several student union projects for the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, such as Evergreen Valley High School’s Cougar Hall (see pictures of this project here).
Robert Simons, AIA, President of SVA Architects, said, “Moving to this Pleasanton space is strategic. This location is transit-oriented, allowing us to offer seamless continuity of service to our existing clients, and we now have room to grow.”
Founded in 2003, SVA Architects has become one of the most innovative and respected design and planning organizations in the country. The award-winning firm specializes in urban planning, architecture, and interior design for public, private, and mixed-use projects. Among the company’s portfolio are civic, educational, residential, commercial, and mixed-use developments. SVA Architects values institutional and public environments as the foundation of a community and the backdrop against which we live, learn, work, worship, and play. The company is headquartered in Santa Ana, with offices in Pleasanton, San Diego, Davis, and Honolulu. For more information, visit www.sva-architects.com.