OCBJ SPECIAL REPORTS
Award-winning charter school NOVA Academy Early College High School unveiled its new four-story, 37,000-square-foot educational facility in Santa Ana on Aug. 22. It purchased the building last fall for $8.3 million. Opening ceremonies included the cutting of a red ribbon on the front doors of the school, student speakers, and tours of the building.
Sensors, Already Popular With Amateurs, Move Up
World-class surfer and part-time San Clemente resident Jordy Smith is trying to level the playing field, not against the competition, but Mother Nature.
Records Integration One Of Series of Tech Changes
Irvine-based St. Joseph Health, one of the largest healthcare operators in Orange County, set out four years ago to establish a single electronic record for each patient who visits any of its 16 hospitals spread across California, Texas and New Mexico.
17 Biggest Down 756 Jobs To Just Under 4K Workers
Big job cuts at Broadcom Ltd. following its $37 billion sale in February to Singapore-based Avago Technologies Inc. and a string of divestitures fueled one of the steepest local employment drops in the chip sector in years.
This list includes conventions, trade and consumer shows, and other happenings scheduled from Aug. 22 through July 31, 2017.
The Orange County office market is currently characterized as a landlord market due to the low availability rate. Strong employment growth in the county continued to be the primary driver of improving fundamentals.
The Orange County industrial market showed no signs of decelerating at the midpoint of the year, despite the lack of available product that has become a common theme for the region over the past several years.
The slightly lackluster changes over the past few quarters were no surprise despite Orange County’s attributes, due in part to the lack of new development. The construction pipeline contains an excess of retail and countless willing tenants, though few have made their way into development, leaving very little new space for tenants to vie for. Limited space for new developments opposite the uncertainty of big-box anchor longevity has given developers pause, creating a focus on smaller, safer projects.
45 Entries, $72.5 Billion, 5 New Names, 19 Billionaires
Swinerton Staff Chip In Like Any Good Site Crew
They’ve been to conferences in Vegas, although they have yet to claim spots at the Black Jack table. They’ve been to Germany during Oktoberfest but abstained from indulging in that country’s most famous beverage. They’ve sat in on some of Swinerton Builders’ most important meetings, a noticeable, if silent, presence. The pair stands stoically, one man holding a set of building plans, the other his arm outstretched, pointing off into the distance.
Staff’s Interdependence Keeps Passco Healthy
Kendall Parisi, corporate designer at Passco Companies LLC, looked over the numerous stacks of marketing supplies, brochures, and trade show materials spread across the conference room table.
Clients’ Peace of Mind On Money Unites Employees
Economists and financiers traditionally measure success by examining an organization’s income statement, balance sheets and cash flow statement.
The Business Journal’s Best Places to Work lists are the result of months of surveying workers and managers at local employers.
Office Buildings, Former Crystal Cathedral Get Treatments
Brutalism, a mid-20th-century architectural style, appears aggressive—even violent—but broke ground when Swiss architect Le Corbusier described the design look he sought: “béton brut” or “raw concrete.”