RRM Design Group Opens New Office In San Juan Capistrano
RRM Design Group
RRM Design Group, a multi-discipline design firm established in 1974, recently announced the opening of their new office in downtown San Juan Capistrano. The new office is located in historic downtown, a block from Mission San Juan Capistrano – the largest Mission in California. The new office has opened in response to the firm's continuing growth, while allowing RRM to become an even stronger presence in the local, Southern California, and regional marketplace.
When asked why he selected San Juan Capistrano as the base of operations for the Orange County office, Principal Mark Brodeur replied, "One of my core values is to work in a historic, established urban community, and San Juan Capistrano has the ambience I am looking for."
Leading the San Juan Capistrano office are: Principal Mark Brodeur, formerly of RBF Consulting; Jean Fallowfield, Principal Planner and Don Iler, AIA and registered architect.
Some of the projects currently being worked on in the San Juan Capistrano office are:
The Santa Ana Downtown Visioning Master Plan, Leimert Park Streetscape Plan, Echo Park Targeted Neighborhood Initiative, the Huntington Beach Fire Stations #6 & #8 and the Granada Hills Town Homes Plan, to name a few.
RRM Design Group is a professional firm of planners, architects, landscape architects, public facilitators, restoration ecologists, civil engineers, and surveyors specializing in the design and implementation of projects for public and private clients. An award-winning team with expertise in the art of the possible, RRM has designed and implemented projects throughout the State of California, the United States, and abroad. RRM has a current staff of 125 professionals with offices in San Luis Obispo, Oakdale, Healdsburg, San Pedro and now San Juan Capistrano.
Related Link: www.rrmdesign.com
For more information contact:
RRM Design Group
3765 South Higuera St., ste. 102
San Luis Obispo
Posted July 3, 2002
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