The City of Roseville's Hotel and Conference Center project continues to develop and the approvals are set for later this summer! Read more from the Sacramento Business Journal's coverage of the project here.
How do you balance F&B capacity and capital with your resort's brand experience? At the National Ski Area's Association (NSAA) national conference in Savannah, Georgia on May 1st, Bull Stockwell Allen's John Ashworth, the SE Group and other experts will be discussing this question during a session titled "Refining Your F&B Strategy." Topics include: the importance of your Brand,the back of house engine, flexible spaces and why sometimes smaller is better. Should be a great conversation!
Many positive comments were voiced for the concepts Bull Stockwell Allen proposed for Sonoma's former Truck and Auto site at 870 Broadway. Read the full article from the Sonoma Index-Tribune here.
1929 - 2013. It is with a heavy heart we said goodbye to a firm founder and dear friend, Henrik Bull last week. Henrik H. Bull died on December 3, 2013 at his home in Berkeley after battling illness. He was a formidable and talented architect, a mentor and inspiration to many. Although officially retired from the firm for the last 10 years, Henrik was a regular in the office, offering his consultation and expertise, reminding us that sometimes the simplest solution is often the best. His snow-country design expertise and prescribed solutions to ice and snow continue to mark important firm hallmarks. We will miss him and his work will continue to inspire the firm, other architects and building users for generations to come. BSA's full memorial statement. John King's (SF Chronicle) memorial statement.
What goes into the planning and execution of a well-designed modern aquatic facility? Let's talk about it! At this year's California Parks and Recreation Region 1 Fall Forum, Principal David Ross will be participating in a Parks and Facility Operations session entitled: Building a Modern Aquatic Facility. Join us for an open panel discussion that includes members from the Dahlin Group, Aquatic Design Group, Verde Design and the City of Dublin's Parks & Facilities Development Manager, Herma Lichtenstein. Early Bird registration to attend the Fall Forum on November 20, 2013 is available now.
Coast Modern gets itS Bay Area premier on Monday, October 14 at 7pm at the Rialto Theater in El Cerrito. One of our firm's founders, Henrik Bull, featured in the film, will be there for audience Q+A after the screening! It's a truly great film on the inspired living by pioneers of West Coast Modernist Architecture. Information on the screening and a link for tickets can be found here.
Bull Stockwell Allen and SE Group are teaming up to host a seminar at this year's New England Summit entitled "Brand New." At mountain resorts the guest experience is everything. Today's highly competitive marketplace requires a strong brand delivery in order to survive and, ultimately thrive. Using examples from across the country, the panel will present "best in class" facilities and best practices that are delivering both superior service and a branded, unique and memorable experience.
Are you developing your brand by providing a seemless guest experience, top of the mountain to the bottom, 24/7 and four seasons?
By BSA • Posted in Conference
We'd enjoy the opportunity to talk with you! Stop by Bull Stockwell Allen's booth #410 at the League of California Cities Conference, September 18-19 in Sacramento. We'll have some of our recent work on view including the Public Private Partnership project: The Roseville Hotel and Conference Center.
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We at Bull Stockwell Allen are looking forward to the events, lectures and tours that are all part of the 10th Annual Architecture + the City Festival here in San Francisco. Don't miss out on the great activities planned - check out the full calendar at the AIA San Francisco web site.
Congratulations to principal David Ross who was just appointed to serve as one of the two newest members on Marin County's Parks + Open Space Commission. He's looking forward to working on issues concerning open space stewardship, facilities, programs and services that make Marin County a unique place. David's also liking the idea that we now have to call him " the Commish"...
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Bull Stockwell Allen is very pleased to have Nelson Ramirez on board. Nelson started with us early this summer as part of UC Berkeley's Architecture School internship program and has now transitioned to an official member of the team!
We are excited by the new book "American Ski Resort - Architecture, Style, Experience." The book explores the evolution of the American ski resort from the 1930's to the 1990's. The author, Margaret Supplee Smith is Harold W. Tribble Professor of Art, emerita, at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina and has lectured and written on ski resort architecture. The book also features many of Bull Stockwell Allen projects from our portfolio of over 45 years! Get a copy here.