AMG & Associates, Inc. teamed up with 19Six Architects and submitted a proposal to California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo for the new Technology Park project. The AMG/19Six Design-Build Team was deemed the best value proposal and received the official award in May 2022. Design of the project started immediately and our team held weekly meetings with Cal Poly to develop the project. DSA approved drawings will be ready to go at the end of March this year. Our team is excited to start construction in April. The proposed project consists of a new 16,250 sf two-story office building and associated site development work. The building will contain classrooms, a studio, conference rooms, program support spaces, offices, a kitchen/break room, restrooms, future tenant space, and an elevator. This $9.6 million project should be completed by April 2024.
AMG was the low bidder and was awarded the contract for the new Child Development Center for the California State University, Stanislaus on the Turlock Campus. This project, designed by EHDD Architecture, consists of the new construction of a single story 19,976 SF child development and research center for higher education which contains offices, research spaces, and various sizes of daycare classrooms for children ages 5 and under. This includes exterior play yard spaces for the children as well as study and gathering spaces for university students, faculty, staff, and parents. The site includes short term drop-off and pick-up parking for parents, and a new fire access lane. This $15.4 million project should be completed by the end of 2023.
AMG was also awarded the contract for the new Animal Shelter Facility for the City of Porterville. This project designed by RA-DA consists of the alteration of an existing 9,677 SF single story office building for conversion to an animal shelter with adoption center with grooming facility. Addition of a dog park and street frontage improvement. The city has been trying to get this project started for over 5 years and AMG is happy to complete this $6.5 million building for the city and the animals that need shelter.