New Directions for Women

New Directions for Women is an approximately 12,000 sq. ft. drug and alcohol treatment campus for women. The Faith Building will have a total of 12 dorm rooms designed to accommodate 1 patient each along with her children, administrative staff, children’s day care and after school facilities, meeting rooms, and medical/consultation rooms.

Restaurant Retail Rollout Programs

HC&D, a division of TAIT, has provided architectural design for many restaurant programs in California, including Farmer Boys, Taco Bell, and The Habit.


Redlands Packing House District

The Redlands Packing House District is set to be a premiere shopping center at the entrance to downtown Redlands, CA. It is an 88,075 square-foot development featuring stylistically historic brick building packing house design with a variety of retail and restaurant tenants, including Sprouts Farmers Market as an anchor. The center is in close proximity to other main Redlands attractions, such as the up and coming Krikorian Theater. TAIT provided site, civil, and survey engineering for the District from concept to completion.

Lido Marina Village

As part of the team for renovating the historic Lido Marina Village, TAIT provided all site, civil, and survey engineering for this DJM Capital Partners owned property in the coastal city of Newport Beach, CA. The development features a boutique style mix of retail, creative office, and restaurant space over-looking the harbor. The 116,000 square-foot complex was refinished to maintain the charm and local tastes of the community, while offering updated infrastructure, landscaping, and new tenants to revamp the retail and lifestyle landmark.

Environmental Due Diligence Review

TAIT’s environmental services include providing due diligence review for clients needing a second opinion on environmental issues of a project site. One good example of this type of service involved TAIT being contracted by a land developer to review the environmental issues at a former oil field in Southern California. The developer wanted a second opinion on whether the property could clear environmental hurdles for residential development. Continue reading