First Healthcare Projects with Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian1981
Early projects include Mail Room and Pharmacy renovations.Early projects include Mail Room and Pharmacy renovations.
Taylor & Associates, Architects is Incorporated1987
Linda Taylor, AIA becomes Taylor & Associates, Architects, Inc.
The logo is inspired by a Francis Ching sketch of a city skyline reflected in water.
Firm reaches 30 employees1994
The firm now has 30 employees. Linda’s father Bill Taylor, and accomplished structural engineer, joins the firm.
Linda served as the President of AIA Orange County and as a Board Member of the AIA California Council.
Orange Coast College Children’s Center Wins Award1999
The Orange Coast College Harry & Grace Steele Children’s Center is awarded the PCBC (Pacific Coast Builders Conference) Gold Nugget Award.
Kaiser Permanente Harbor MacArthur Medical Office Building Completed2000
Miller Children’s Hospital Pediatric Pavilion Completed2009
Taylor Design named Best Firm to Work for by Zweig Group2019
Taylor Design awarded #1 Best Architecture Firm to Work For by Zweig Group.Taylor Design awarded #1 Best Architecture Firm to Work For...
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In collaboration with our internal management team, Taylor Design kept the progress moving, stayed on schedule, and provided design leadership throughout the project. The team made the most of the design opportunities presented to deliver as many enhancements as the budget allowed in line with the UCSD Vision and Brand, and provided cost effective and innovative solutions.
In my 17 years of working with Kaiser, this was the best accessibility punch walk I have had... give yourselves a pat on the back as well. It has been a pleasure working with all of you.
The Women’s Pavilion is the example of how a well-run project goes when there is collaboration between the owner, architect, contractor and inspectors. Pound for pound, it is the smoothest running project in Southern California.
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