We take pride in our approach to creative design. We consider each project in a holistic sense and bring an authentic approach that turns dreams into reality.
Primary Markets We Serve Include:
- Industrial/Fulfillment/Distribution Centers
- Mixed-Use/Urban Infill
Featured Architecture Projects
Costa Mesa, CA
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.
Mission Viejo, CA
This project provided a 17,000 sq. ft. medical support facility building called Rancho Medical Plaza near the hospital in Mission Viejo, CA.
Laguna Beach, CA
The Laguna Beach Lifeguard Tower is an iconic structure that has served as a symbol of the city for years. TAIT was hired by the City of Laguna Beach to structurally renovate the tower and restore safe operational function after years of wear and tear.
This project consists of 6 freestanding retail structures of approximately 30,000 sq. ft. that was developed in conjunction with a multistory residential project. HC&D, a division of TAIT, was not part of the residential project, however we prepared the first floor retail space of approximately 22,000 sq.
TAIT has been the Regional Core Contractor for over 120 new 7-Eleven sites in Southern & Northern California over the past year, providing a full range of Program Management, Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Permitting & Entitlements services for each site from concept to completion.
HC&D, a division of TAIT, has provided architectural design for many restaurant retail rollout programs in California, including Farmer Boys, Taco Bell, and The Habit.
Leaps & Bounds is a 21,182 sq. ft. pediatric therapy facility that teaches motor skills to special needs children. The difference between this facility and others is that they combine the use of horses in their treatment.