Since 1964, family-owned TAIT has been a leader in improving civilization through the design and development of our physical environment. Our firm is headquartered in Southern CA, with offices throughout the Western United States. This month, we are proud to introduce the TAIT Housing Report, a report that provides insight to market trends in metropolitan areas of interest throughout the Western US. We hope that it is a valuable and useful resource for you. (more…)
On July 31, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative (SRI), which has the goal of returning formerly contaminated lands to long-term sustainable and productive reuse for communities. The Monterey Park Market Place Shopping Center was one of the places recognized for the successful reuse accomplished. TAIT was honored to have been the Engineer of Record for this development and to have been able to commemorate with EPA for their 20th anniversary of the SRI.
Congratulations to Jerry Mercado, in our TAIT Norco office, for being selected to be on the American Institute of Architects (AIAIC) Board of Directors! The AIAIC has served as the leading voice for architecture professionals since 1857 and continues to be the most prominent membership organization for license architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners. The mission of AIA is to serve as a resource for its members, allied professionals, and the general public through advocacy, community, education, and outreach.
Jason Morris, who recently received a promotion to Project Engineer at TAIT’s Santa Ana office, is one of our outstanding associates earning this spotlight to showcase some fun facts about his background and personality. We sat down and asked Jason some serious (and not so serious) questions about his professional career thus far and his unique interests and talents outside of the office: (more…)
TAIT’s Santa Ana office colleagues participated in the OC Marathon Corporate Challenge’s 5k and Half Marathon events. The company with the highest level of participation in each division won a special award for their office and was publically recognized by the OC Marathon in email and social media. Of all the mid-sized companies, TAIT placed 4th overall, which is pretty amazing! The TAIT team had a practice running schedule every week leading up to the event to help prepare those who participated.