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QKA Again Ranked on National, Regional Engineering News-Record Top Design Firm Lists

06/28/21

An annual honor, QKA has ranked once again both regionally and nationally on Engineering News-Record California and Engineering News-Record's Top Design Firms lists. Standing at #54 of 86 firms statewide, QKA was also ranked as the #6 Education design firm and #16 strictly Architecture design firm in California. 

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Quattrocchi Kwok Architects’ Historic Alameda High School Project Named “Best of the Best” by Engineering News-Record

03/16/21

Complete Restoration and Modernization Takes Home Top K-12 Honor

Santa Rosa, Calif., March 16, 2021 – Alameda Unified School District’s (AUSD) Historic Alameda High School (HAHS), designed by leading Northern California education planning and design firm Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA), was recently named the 2...

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Four QKA Projects Named Best in the North Bay

12/18/20

We're pleased to announce the selection of four QKA projects by the North Bay Business Journal for its annual "Top Real Estate Project Awards.” Kudos to our dedicated teams who worked to bring the following projects to life: Davidson Middle School’s new STEM building, San Rafael; El Molino High School’s new performing arts center, Forestville; Laurel Dell Elementary School's ca...

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QKA Projects Honored By American Institute of Architects, Redwood Empire

11/20/20

Our local American Institute of Architects, Redwood Empire (AIARE) chapter awarded high honors to two QKA projects in its 2020 Design Awards program. Historic Alameda High School’s seismic retrofit and restoration, which has been widely recognized in industry award programs this year, received an Honor Award. Mariano Castro Elementary School’s replacement campus in Mountain View received a Committee on the Environment Honor Award for its sustainable design. Additionally, we are particularly pleased to report that some of our own QKAers were part of a team that received a Small Project Design Award for their remarkable Social Seesaw project, created for an AIARE design competition to develop interactive, public art. We are thrilled to be recognized for design excellence by Northern California's top design authority!

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