Lowney Architecture “heads in the right direction”
Plans to redevelop portions of the Pruneyard Shopping Center could be coming before the Campbell
Planning Commission in the coming months. Lowney Architecture took design plans to the commission
March 22 and received recommendations from the city’s architectural adviser. According to Daniel Fama, the city’s associate planner, the firm’s recommendations were generally agreed upon by the site and architectural committee. “We’re heading in the right direction,” said Ken Lowney, AIA, founder and principal of Lowney Architecture. “We’re hoping to see approvals in the summertime,” Lowney said.
Ratcliff announces the promotion of Patricia Alarcon, Young Ko, Ben Levi, Luis Ramirez and Kevin Thornton, AIA to senior associate of the firm and of Michelle Nip and Neelanjana Sen, Assoc. AIA to associate.
I wanted to follow up and let you know that I passed my SP&D exam! This was my first ARE exam and I know the ARE Bootcamp was a huge part of me passing my test. I just got the monthly AIA East Bay newsletter earlier today and I saw the note about the next Bootcamp class starting up next month.
Looking forward to this next round of ARE bootcamp!
Jeremy C. Hoffman, Assoc. AIA