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September 30, 1997 | BARBARA MURPHY
Lauterbach & Associates Architects/Planners is expanding its schools division at its Oxnard and Van Nuys offices by hiring additional architects, project planners, designers and support personnel for a growing number of school modernization and renovation projects. Among those joining the schools division are James Curtis of Oxnard, a project manager with the company since 1980; Anne Beach Randall of Santa Paula, architectural design and construction specialist; and Charles D.
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September 30, 1997 | BARBARA MURPHY
Lauterbach & Associates Architects/Planners is expanding its schools division at its Oxnard and Van Nuys offices by hiring additional architects, project planners, designers and support personnel for a growing number of school modernization and renovation projects. Among those joining the schools division are James Curtis of Oxnard, a project manager with the company since 1980; Anne Beach Randall of Santa Paula, architectural design and construction specialist; and Charles D.
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BUSINESS
March 28, 1995 | Jack Searles
John Parezo, president of Lauterbach & Associates, an Oxnard-based architectural and planning firm, has good reason to be proud of his company's work in refurbishing the roll call room of the Los Angeles Police Department's Van Nuys station. He's a board member of the Mid-Valley Community Police Council, which raised the money for the remodeling project. "It's great to work on projects like this one because they build strong bonds within our communities," Parezo said.
BUSINESS
April 26, 1994 | JACK SEARLES
There have been numerous reports of companies moving to Ventura County from earthquake-damaged facilities in the San Fernando Valley. But Oxnard-based Lauterbach & Associates is reversing the trend, at least partially. Lauterbach, an architectural and planning concern, is maintaining its headquarters in Oxnard, but has opened a branch office in Van Nuys. The firm's president and chief executive, John A. Parezo, is splitting his time between the two locations.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1998
Robert Seidman has been promoted to vice president of pharmacy for Blue Cross of California, which is a subsidiary of WellPoint Health Networks Inc. Seidman joined Blue Cross in 1990 as a clinical pharmacy administrator. He earned his degree in pharmacy from the University of Southern California. WellPoint, based in Woodland Hills, is a major health maintenance organization.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 2000 | CATHERINE BLAKE
The City Council has postponed approval of an agreement with Ormond Beach Co., a limited liability company from Delaware, that would help come up with plans for development of the Ormond Beach area. Approval was postponed at Tuesday's meeting because of a written request by an architectural firm that represents some of the landowners in the 1,300-acre area.
BUSINESS
September 12, 1995 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Dakota Smith, a leading designer and manufacturer of upscale sunglasses and accessories, plans to move its U.S. headquarters from Agoura Hills to Westlake Village in early 1996. Construction is set to begin by the end of September on the company's new home--a 26,225-square- foot office building, located in the Westlake Spectrum business complex off Lindero Canyon Road. The scenic complex currently has four developed buildings and includes Westlake Village City Hall and Amgen Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1999 | PAULA PISANI
The City Council tonight will consider a large rental-townhome project planned for a 22-acre site at the southeast corner of Williams Drive and Wankel Way. Proposed by the Oxnard- and Van Nuys-based Lauterbach and Associates, the project consists of 374 townhome units in 34 two- and three-story buildings. It includes 24 one-bedroom units, 286 two-bedroom units and 64 three-bedroom units.
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