FPBA, along with Mayor Kevin Faulconer, Assemblymember Todd Gloria and others, celebrated the construction commencement of the Mission Hills-Hillcrest/Harley & Bessie Knox Branch Library on Monday, July 31, 2017. “Libraries are so much more than books,” Mayor Faulconer said in a speech at the gathering. “In an era when high-quality education and access to the… Read more »
FPBA is pleased to sponsor Stephanie Carl, a Cal Poly architecture student from Fairfax, Virginia. “Stephanie believes that working with Journeyman International will allow her to combine two of her passions: design and helping others. Elliott is a CM student eager to use his thesis on a real project.” Journeyman International http://www.journeymaninternational.org/ Stephanie is designing an Eco… Read more »
Congratulations to FPBA who designed a fabulous new website recognized with an Award of Merit from SMPS San Diego! We had a great time at the gala last evening at the San Diego Public Library enjoying the company and amazing views of Downtown.
FPBA’ers are making heaps of progress designing and constructing the Table for Tots entry. We can’t wait to show you our design! Thanks team! Our table is really coming along.
FPBA is proud to be an integral part of the design team for the Texas A&M Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Manufacturing Facility. The site dedication took place on September 18th, 2014 in College Station, Texas. Texas Governor Rick Perry, Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp,Texas A&M Health Science Center CEO Brett Giroir, M.D. and U.S…. Read more »
FPBA staff are once again participating in the Charity Design Competition “Tables for Tots.” The event is always a lot of fun and raises much needed donations for the local Ronald McDonald House. Table for Tots 2015 – “Each Architectural and Design firm is given an unfinished child’s table and two chairs to design an “adventure” for… Read more »
The Society of American Registered Architects California Council (SARA CC) awards Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects two awards at this year’s event in Palm Springs. The award winning projects — BioMed Realty’s Road to the Cure and San Diego County’s Alpine Library won the Merit and Honor awards respectively.