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PMSM Acquires Leading Healthcare Design Firm DJW Architect

PMSM Acquires Leading Healthcare Design Firm DJW Architect

The Acquisition of the Healthcare Market Leader Futhers PMSM’s Expansion Strategy.  December 7, 2015 – PMSM Architects has completed the acquisition of DJW Architects, an award-winning healthcare architectural design firm based in Templeton, CA.  The acquisition strengthens PMSM’s current healthcare design studio and expands the firm’s geographic reach into Orange […]

Cal Poly’s Room 218 Renovation

Cal Poly’s Room 218 Renovation

After months of planning, a summer of construction, a partially collapsed ceiling, and other myriad obstacles, the Music Department was finally able to move back into Room 218, our venerable choir room, on Oct. 19. The remodeled room serves multiple purposes: it is the rehearsal space for all of our […]

Monte Vista Elementary School Library, Outstanding Design

Monte Vista Elementary School Library, Outstanding Design

Penton's American School & University 2015 Architectural Portfolio

Monte Vista Elementary School Library receives Outstanding Design recognition in November’s 2015 issue of Penton’s American School & University Architectural Portfolio.

Roberto & Dr. Francisco Jiménez Elementary School, Outstanding Design

Roberto & Dr. Francisco Jiménez Elementary School, Outstanding Design

Penton's American School & University 2015 Architectural Portfolio

Roberto & Dr. Francisco Jiménez Elementary School Campus receives Outstanding Design recognition in November’s 2015 issue of Penton’s American School & University Architectural Portfolio.

The New Vic Theatre, Santa Barbara Beautiful Historic Revitalization

The New Vic Theatre, Santa Barbara Beautiful Historic Revitalization

Santa Barbara Beautiful 2015 Awards

At the 2015 Santa Barbara Beautiful Annual Awards Gala, PMSM Architect was honored with the Santa Barbara Historic Revitalization Award for our work on The New Vic Theatre.  Santa Barbara Beautiful is an organization of volunteers dedicated to beautifying our area in a variety of ways not only by working independently […]

La Cumbre Junior High School, Outstanding Design

La Cumbre Junior High School, Outstanding Design

Penton's American School & University 2015 Educational Interiors Showcase

PMSM Architects is pleased to announce that La Cumbre Junior High School, Auditorium Modernization, Santa Barbara, California has been selected for publication in Penton’s American School & University 2015 Educational Interiors Showcase.  It is featured in the August 2015 edition of the magazine and also on the Web at www.SchoolDesigns.com. […]

Energy Efficiency & ROI

Energy Efficiency & ROI

For PMSM, stainability is not a political issue but one of simple, good design. PMSM begins all projects with a common understanding that good sustainable design should not cost more and should provide a significant return on your investment. What this means is that we design our facilities based on […]

Developing a Budget

Developing a Budget

PMSM understands that keeping projects on time and on budget is the foundation for a successful project. Effective management of the cost of a project must be established at the very beginning. Clear identification and verification of the project budget is required, as well as responsibility for monitoring and maintaining […]

Consensus Building

Consensus Building

Your needs drive design. A successful design process must be an inclusive process. We work closely with our clients to identify who the stakeholders are, set a clear decision-making hierarchy, and determine when and how each person will participate in the process. Ultimately, the amount of participation is defined by […]

The New Vic Theatre Receives The George Washington Smith Award

The New Vic Theatre Receives The George Washington Smith Award

On February 3, 2015, PMSM Architects was awarded the George Washington Smith Award for Exemplary Design in Architecture for the renovation and addition to the New Victoria Street Theatre. The award was presented by the Santa Barbara City Council and the Architectural Board of Review and the Historic Landmarks Commission.