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2023 Staff Promotions

Congratulations to our wonderful staff on their promotions!

John Bechtel Joins the LA Team

ARG welcomes John Bechtel, AIA to our Los Angeles Office

Congratulations, Alice!

Alice Valania is the 2021 Chair for the City of Sacramento Preservation Commission…

Deborah Cooper elevated to FAIA

Join us in congratulating ARG principal, Deborah J. Cooper on her elevation to The College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

2021 Staff Promotions

Congratulations to our wonderful staff on their promotions!

An ARG Welcome

ARG welcomes Stacey A. Moye, AIA, LEED AP to our Portland office

Staff Promotions

Congratulations to our wonderful staff on their promotions!

Beverly Fairfax Historic District Sign Unveiling

The Beverly Fairfax Historic District’s sign unveiling ceremony took place on August 12, 2019 and was also featured on ABC News.

ARG receives four awards from Los Angeles Conservancy

We are so honored to have received multiple Preservation Awards from the Los Angeles Conservancy this year.

Big things are happening at “Rondor”

ARG has been hard at work rehabilitating Rondor to create a new home for the local brewery and restaurant, Escape Craft Brewery.

Brainstorming Session with ACE students

ARG’s designer, Annette Marvin led one of the weekly brainstorming sessions for high school students from the ACE Mentorship Program in our San Francisco office.

Secretary of Interior Standards Workshop on Feb 15th

ARG Associate Evanne St. Charles will be presenting with others on the application of the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) Standards and Guidelines.

Congratulations, Matt!

ARG Principal Matthew Davis named President of Restore Oregon’s Board…

ARG Promotes Seven Employees

Congratulations to ARG’s newest Senior Associates and Associates!

Maya is heading to Paris!

A principal in our Portland office, Maya Foty, AIA, LEED AP, will be presenting at the Ecole National Superieure d’Architecture Paris-Belleville this week

ARG Co-Leads Monterey Preservation Workshop Feb. 2

The City of Monterey is hosting a free daylong workshop tomorrow that will cover strategies for historic preservation

Alcatraz Building Rehabilitation is Project of the Year

ARG served as Project Architect on the Alcatraz Quartermaster Warehouse Rehabilitation project, which was named Project of the Year by the International Concrete Repair Institute

Adaptive Reuse: Monterey’s Cooper-Molera Barns

What does it take to adaptively reuse a barn from the 1860s?

Congratulations, Kitty!

ARG principal Kitty Vieth named President of Association for Preservation Technology International (APT)

Inn at the Presidio Named 2017 Sustainability Champion

Historic Hotels of America publishes its 2017 Awards of Excellence.

Energy Conservation in Mid-Century Modern Buildings

ARG’s Maya Foty and Justine Leong presented at the DoCoMoMo Oregon symposium on Energy Conservation in Mid-Century Modern Buildings.

ARG Portland Competes in CANstruction 2017

ARG Portland teamed with HDR Engineers to fight hunger with canned food

National Trust Lists Must-Visit Lighthouses

Two ARG projects are must-visit sites according to the National Trust

From Jail Cell to Bakery at Cavallo Point

ARG is designing a bakery in the historic Fort Baker guard house building

Urban Land Institute Features the New Mission Theater

ARG Principal Naomi O. Miroglio, FAIA, writes about the New Mission Theater project.

Maya Foty Elected to AIA Historic Resources Committee

ARG Portland Principal Maya Foty joins the AIA Historic Resources Committee Advisory Group

Preservation in Death Valley

ARG staff blog about the challenges of preservation in hot desert environments.

Tale of Two Lighthouses

ARG Principal Kitty Vieth takes us inside the restoration of the historic Pigeon Point Lighthouse …

New Mission Theater, back from the dead!

ARG Principal Naomi Miroglio blogs about the New Mission Theater coming back from the dead.

ARG Portland gets a new home!

ARG Portland Principal Matthew Davis sits down for a little one-on-one with the Morgan Building.

The Huntington Education & Visitor Center

The new Education & Visitor Center at the Huntington opened in April 2015.

ArchNewsNow: Speaking With A Quiet Voice

ARG Founding Principal Stephen J. Farneth, FAIA, LEED AP is published in ArchNewsNow.

“Powered by PechaKucha” at the Getty

Check out the videos of ARG’s presentations from the PechaKucha night at the Getty!

ARG and Neu Campus Planning Form Strategic Alliance

Architectural Resources Group has formed a strategic alliance with Neu Campus Planning.

Village Green in the Los Angeles Times

Village Green, a garden apartment complex that Architectural Resources Group performed a Historic Structures Report.

ARG Wins Two CPF Awards

ARG received two 2014 CPF Awards.

How Buena Vista Survived the Napa Earthquake

Want to know how the oldest masonry building in Sonoma County survived the Napa earthquake?

Rancho Los Alamitos: Conservancy Award Winner

Our work has been recognized by the Los Angeles Conservancy.

Coit Tower on the Radio!

KALW 91.7FM in San Francisco aired a segment on the Coit Tower and murals restoration.

Interiors & Sources Luxury Hotel Tour

Cavallo Point and Inn at the Presidio are part of an upcoming Luxury Hotel tour!

Survey LA Featured Article

Citiscope’s newest urban innovation feature story is up, and the subject is our SurveyLA project

ARG Featured in Building News Magazine

ARG and ARG/CS, along with a number of our projects, are featured in the May/June 2014 issue of Bay Area Building News.

Assembly Bill 1999

Assembly Bill 1999, which would authorize up to a 30% state income tax credit for the rehabilitation of certified historic structures, is moving to two State Senate committees for the next round of hearings. Join us in our support.

Docomomo U.S. Awards Announcement

We’re excited to announce that in the inaugural year of the Docomomo U.S. Modernism in America Awards, two ARG projects have received Awards of Excellence.

Coit Tower Reopens

After a six month-long closure to address structural issues and damaged murals, Coit Tower has reopened.

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