JOURNAL: CO WORKERS

The Health Futures Center creates a new campus and building for Arizona State University, supporting flagship programs with Mayo Clinic to help discover health innovations and navigate new challenges. The new 142,000-sf building encourages transdisciplinary partnerships with a flexible multifunctional program of research laboratories, simulation suites, workspaces and instructional rooms, a conference center and meeting space.

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Learn how CO has shifted to a remote onboarding process with success. In this journal, CO Managing Principal Jenna Knudsen shares how CO hired 35 new employees and how they were introduced to CO in a virtual setting.

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In response to the events that took place mid-2020, CO felt the need to broaden diversity and inclusion initiatives to include justice and equity, creating a CO JEDI Task Force. It can no longer be ignored that racism exists, and CO’s mission is to dismantle systemic racism by taking decisive action and empowering marginalized voices.

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Learn how COworker Fallon Lebedowicz  and her project team navigated the quick and unexpected shift to remote working during a pressing Design Development deadline.

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CO joined the AIA Los Angeles Practice Committee’s Roundtable “Future of Remote Working in Architecture Practice” on February 16. CO’s Managing Principal Scott Kelsey was on the panel while Senior Associate Lauren Coles moderated this roundtable discussion on office re-entry.

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SoCal NOMA introduced their first Virtual Summer Camp – a three day virtual program with classroom, assignments, exhibits, workshops and presentations. CO Architects participated mentoring minority children in architecture through this three-day virtual classroom.

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CO Architects joined Operation PPE in Los Angeles County to provide 3D-printed mask and face shield materials for healthcare workers. Learn about the behind the scenes process of printing, assembling and delivering the materials.

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