Historically, in Reno, NV, properties in this market sell at a -5.2% discount. Today’s premium is 6.5%. This market is 11.7% overvalued. Interested in learning more about the Housing Market in the metropolitan areas for this month?
We are proud to announce that TAIT & Associates won the Longevity Award at the Orange County Business Journal’s (OCBJ) 2021 Family-Owned Business Awards. The 2021 Family-Owned Business Awards program recognized five exceptional Orange County businesses in the following award categories: Small Business Award, Medium Business Award, Large Business Award, Up & Coming Award, and Longevity Award. For this year’s Family-Owned Business Awards, there were 52 nominees. OCBJ presented the five awards on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at the Irvine Marriott.
Judges for the PCBC 2021 Gold Nugget Awards have named TAIT & Associates, Inc as an award of merit winner in its annual competition, which honors architectural design and planning excellence and draws entries from throughout the united states and internationally. (more…)
In Phoenix, AZ, monthly cost of ownership is $1,421, and rents average $1,683, making owning $261 per month less costly than renting. Interested in learning more about the Housing Market in the metropolitan areas for this month? Click the links to find out more... (more…)
The Orange County Register’s article predicts Tait’s Coyote Canyon Golf Course Development will be a greater success as the popularity of golf is growing, in large part due to 2020’s increase in outdoor recreation. The County’s 375-acre property intends to feature a top quality “links style” 18-hole golf course with ancillary uses in Newport Coast, CA. Tait Development is currently in the early entitlement phase and nearing the end of an extensive engineering and environmental due diligence process for the development. (more…)
We are honored to announce that TAIT has once again ranked as Top Workplace in Orange County, taking the 3rd overall spot for the mid-sized companies list (100-500 OC employees)! This is the 5th year in a row we have made OC Register’s list, and we have moved up each year. Thank you to our amazingly talented associates who foster a culture of creativity and kindness. (more…)
One of TAIT’s projects with Snyder Langston, Leonard Institute for Cancer Prevention, was listed as one out of five finalists in the 2020 HREI Insights Award for Best New Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities category. TAIT was the Civil Engineer for this project. Greg Stewart, Vice President at TAIT, said “TAIT was proud to assist Snyder Langston and the design team with field engineering and construction staking for the project. We completed all construction surveying for multi-story medical building and adjacent parking structure on a scoping site with over seventy feet of vertical relief.”
One of TAIT’s admirable projects, Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove, won ENR California’s Best Projects 2020 award for the Cultural/Worship category. TAIT was the Civil Engineer for this project. (more…)
TAIT is honored to be recognized on the list as one of the Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Top 500 Design Firms for 2020. Every year, ENR (Engineering News Record) ranks the largest publicly and privately held Engineering/Architecture companies by global revenue into one list, the ENR 500. We are incredibly grateful to our wonderful associates and clients across the country for this outstanding recognition. (more…)
One of Hollywood’s highly anticipated media-entertainment campuses, the Academy on Vine, is breaking ground with an opening date set for early 2020. Construction is in full swing, and Netflix is now the primary tenant for this modern office complex, which spans an entire 3.5 acre block and includes a 20-story tower residential building and retail space. TAIT is excited to watch these Hollywood buildings come to life as we provide final construction support, having served as Engineer of Record for this high-profile venture. Visit this news feature by Curbed LA to learn more.
TAIT Environmental Services, Inc. is proud to announce that we are now ISO 9001:2015 certified, reflecting our commitment to high quality and continuous improvement now and for years to come. To achieve this certification, we demonstrated the management and operational practices to ensure that what we deliver to you adheres to the standards you expect. Our quality management system emphasizes service and support because your satisfaction is important to our business.
As 2019 comes to a close, we are humbled and honored to announce that we have ranked 4th in the overall list of Top Workplaces in Orange County by the OC Register! This is the 4th year in a row we've made the list. "We have this culture of kindness. … It’s thinking about people’s careers.
Leaps & Bounds is a unique facility dedicated to children’s physical therapy using horseback riding, and TAIT was the architect for making its new property come to life. Our design and Leaps & Bounds’ caring vision for its patients came together to create what has now won City of Norco’s Beautification Award. (more…)
Here at TAIT we are passionate about designing infrastructure needed for clean water throughout the communities we serve. We’re proud to join forces with Wine To Water, a non-profit organization that transforms lives through the power of clean water in third world countries. While our engineers design pipelines to distribute clean water for our modern first world, Wine To Water brings water filtration systems to deliver clean water to people who would otherwise need to walk miles to reach it. In October 2019 we held our very first Wine To Water Filter Build Program event that gave associates throughout our local and regional offices a team building activity with a big global impact.
The Orcutt Union School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve a 99-year ground lease with TAIT & Associates to develop a senior living facility on 9.5 acres of the district’s surplus land in Orcutt, CA. The project will include 233 units of independent living, assisted-living and memory-care living, along with a community gathering center and a play-for-all park where children with disabilities will have access to meaningful play. Read more from Noozhawk.