David Jay Flood Architect
|David Jay Flood Architect was founded in 1967 with a practice focused on the programming, master planning, and architectural design of winter resort areas across the United States. The company provided services in over 30 areas with projects including Sun Valley, Idaho; Stowe, Vermont; Snowmass, Vail and Keystone in Colorado and Big Sky in Montana. |
In 1974, the architectural focus of the firm shifted to the Southern California condominium market. Among the 2500 dwelling units designed were the 350 unit Sea Colony complex in Santa Monica, and the 250 unit Seascape projects in Redondo Beach, all for Dominion Properties Company.
Today, the company is providing continuing design services for Mobil Oil Corporation, including office rehab, new health club facilities, as well as overall design services, including developing new industry design standards. We are also the residential design architects for Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount Universities. We have completed a 288-bed dormitory and 13 unit faculty housing complex at Pepperdine University and are currently working on the 15 acre residential, 1250-bed master plan at Loyola Marymount University's Leavey Campus. The first phase, 250-bed dormitory is complete and the second phase, 300-bed dormitory will be completed in 1997.
Currently under construction is a 50-unit townhouse project in Pacific Palisades. In addition, we are designing a 90,000 sq. ft. Jewish Community Campus in Long Beach, California.
Key personnel from our office have been together for over 10 years, and some over 20 years. We have CADD capabilities and use the AIA Master Spec Program for specification preparation.
The firm has won over 25 national and regional architectural awards, including the prestigious, "Professional Management Award" for our construction document management system.