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QKA Talks Education Design and Continues to Climb the Ranks in ENR CA’s Top Design Firms Coverage

05/27/19

Following a busy and fulfilling year of work in 2018, we are proud to announce that we’ve once again advanced in the rankings on ENR CA’s annual "Top Design Firms List", coming in at #42 out of 80 firms statewide. This year Principal Mark Quattrocchi shares his insights on the growth of the education design market in the feature's introductory article.

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QKA’s Modernization of San Mateo Performing Arts Center Receives Award of Honor from Coalition for Adequate School Housing

03/12/19

We recently attended the Coalition for Adequate School Housing’s (CASH) annual conference where, along with our client, San Mateo Union High School District, we accepted the Leroy F. Greene Design & Planning Award for our modernization of the San Mateo Performing Arts Center (SMPAC) at San Mateo High School. Click through for a video of the project presentation, including before and after photos of the theater’s transformation!

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QKA Receives Two Top Real Estate Project Awards from the North Bay Business Journal

12/12/18

With our project partners and clients, we are honored to announce that Kent Middle School’s modernization and Petaluma High School’s new track and field area have been named 2018 Top Real Estate Projects by the North Bay Business Journal. Work at Kent Middle School included a new administration building, as well as new and updated spaces for music, art and science. Petaluma High is now equipped with a new synthetic turf field and rubberized track, in addition to a new concession stand and ticket booth. Students on both campuses now enjoy facilities that perform, add value beyond meeting curriculum needs and blend utility with style.

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The Mercury News Highlights QKA’s Projects for Fremont Union High School District

10/08/18

Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) recently broke ground on two new multi-use Educational Option buildings, which will house the District's alternative education and support programs. FUHSD chose to use QKA’s innovative building solution Folia to bring the project to life and Principal Aaron Jobson is quoted in The Mercury News’ article on its sustainability and energy-saving benefits. This year also saw the completion of two new Folia buildings for FUHSD’s Cupertino High School.

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Homes for Sonoma Prepares for Installation of First Five Fire Survivor Cottages

10/05/18

The first anniversary of Sonoma County’s devastating 2017 wildfires brings the community one step closer to rebuilding as Homes for Sonoma celebrates the upcoming installation of its first five fire survivor cottages on a site in Windsor. Check out the following media coverage stemming from a viewing of one of the cottages at Kendall Jackson, including interviews with QKA Principal and Homes for Sonoma Executive Committee Member Aaron Jobson.

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Fremont Union High School District Breaks Ground on New Educational Options Buildings and Opens New High School Classroom Multiplex Utilizing Innovative Building Solution Folia

10/01/18

Design-Build Team Blach Construction and Quattrocchi Kwok Architects Invented Folia to Efficiently Deliver Quality, Cost-Effective and Customizable Structures

SUNNYVALE/CUPERTINO, Calif. (Oct. 1, 2018) – Construction has commenced on Fremont Union High School District’s (FUHSD) Educational Options project, which will provide two new multi-use buildings for t...

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