With left over funds from our annual holiday build a bike event, Snyder Langston purchased Target gift cards, which were donated to the Orangewood Foundation. We also delivered toys for the Spark of Love Toy Drive for children ages 3 to 18 to the Irvine fire station. An additional donations were also made to The Wooden Floor.
Southern California – it’s where we live, where we build, and where we give back to our community. Snyder Langston is proud to share the following organizations we’ve supported this year.
Our 21st annual holiday bike drive was a success! We assembled 100 bikes for local at-risk children and teens and delivered them to both The Orangewood Foundation and The Wooden Floor. We also ended up with extra donation money, which will be put toward purchasing ready made bikes and donating them to other local charities. A special shout out to Annette Clark and Alex Penman for leading our largest BRIDGE event of the year. And a special thank you to all those who donated, volunteered their time to assembling bikes, and supported this effort from beginning to end!
The Point wins U.S. Design and Development Award New Developments, Retail Projects Under 150,000 SF at the ICSC 2018 Global Awards
Located in El Segundo off Rosecrans Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard, The Point was built to provide a blend of well-known retailers, eateries, and up-and-coming brands, including True Food Kitchen, North Italia, Prana, Madewell, Kendra Scott, and more. This luxurious and relaxing meeting place for residents of the South Bay features 115,000 square feet of lush landscaping, paved walkways, an interactive water fountain, dining terraces, and seating areas to allow visitors to enjoy live performance, activities and events.
A huge congratulations to the entire team on this accomplishment!
In true Snyder Langston fashion, our teams pulled together to celebrate the life of Remy Rochford and to benefit Notre Dame’s Softball Strikeout Cancer. As a true family, we also supported our John Rochford by wearing USC gear. Thank you to our teams for their support! We couldn’t me more proud of the Snyder Langston family!
Are you all turkey-d out? For the second year in a row, we’ve brought thanksgiving meals to our teams both on site and in the office – 16 lunches in 8 days! Thank you to everyone who joined and a special thank you to our hardworking teams for their incredible work. We appreciate all that you do!
A new mixed-use development is coming to Northridge! Located near the intersection of Nordhoff Street and Corbin Avenue, the Northridge Apartments will feature 429 residential units with approximately 21,000 square feet of retail space.
Our fearless team did a great job representing Snyder Langston at this past weekend’s Tough Mudder competition in Lake Elsinore. The 5 mile, 13 obstacle course took the team an hour and 40 minutes to complete. What was the most challenging obstacle you may ask? Everest 2.0 – a 13 foot quarterpipe! It took a lot of physical and mental strength, as well as a ton of team effort but they made it! Congratulations team!
On Saturday, Christ Cathedral marked the progress of the new cathedral by celebrating the “First Lighting and Blessing of the Quatrefoils.” Bishop Kevin Vann led the blessing then the 500 attendees took a guided tour inside of the 12-story construction site. All 12,000 glass panes in this “box of stars” was covered with quatrefoils that lit up. Each quatrefoil is composed of four triangles permanently situated at different angles, which have been strategically placed based on the direction the sun beams in. “You could see people fanning themselves and even wearing sunglasses,” said Tony Jennison, Vice President of Philanthropy for Orange Catholic Foundation.
Take a look inside Christ Cathedral as our Senior Superintendent, Greg McClure, updates us on the stone and tile installation.