We are excited to announce that our new Sacramento office has received version 4 LEED platinum certification! This is only the third building in the world to have achieved the highest level of LEED version 4 certification. To learn about
Arch Nexus will be proud to participate in an upcoming film screening of Building Below Zero and panel about net zero energy building on April 5th, 2017. Information from eventbrite.com is posted below.
For those who are interested in attending, please
It was so much fun this morning to celebrate with you at the Arch|Nexus SAC Ribbon Cutting and Block Party. We had a great turnout, public officials shared some inspirational thoughts, hundreds of people toured our new building, and the
It is almost time to celebrate the Ribbon Cutting of Arch | Nexus SAC. Plan to arrive early as the party will begin on Thursday, March 2nd at 9:30 AM sharp with remarks from Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Councilmember Steve Hansen and Arch
Now that we have moved in, we invite you to join us at our Ribbon Cutting Event. Afterwards, Arch Nexus, along with our R Street neighbors, will be throwing a Block Party! Please mark your calendars for March 2nd from 9:30-11:30 AM
After many arduous but very gratifying months of design and construction, the new Arch | Nexus Sacramento R Street office opened for business today! Relocation from the 3rd Street office occurred over the last couple of days of 2016. The renovated building
Arch Nexus is enthusiastically following the latest Salt Lake City news as the locations for the new homeless resource centers were announced by Mayor Jackie Biskupski last week. The four locations, each scattered throughout the Salt Lake valley, were chosen for their
Arch Nexus is celebrating the start of construction on the Carbon County Courthouse, which had its groundbreaking earlier this week. The building is expected to be completed May 2018, where it will house two district courtrooms and one juvenile courtroom.
Kenner Kingston has recently been selected for the 2016 Innovator of the Year award from the Utah Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers. Kenner was an early adopter of the United States Green Building Council’s LEED rating system and