Redmond-based Magellan Architects opens new location in California

This month, Magellan Architects, which is headquartered in Redmond, opened a new location in Huntington Beach, Calif. in conjunction with its 10th anniversary.

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Patrick Andersen will manage Redmond-based Magellan's California efforts. Andersen has 23 years of architecture experience on commercial

This month, Magellan Architects, which is headquartered in Redmond, opened a new location in Huntington Beach, Calif. in conjunction with its 10th anniversary.

Principal Pedro Castro has joined forces with Patrick Andersen, who will manage Magellan’s California efforts. Andersen has 23 years of architecture experience on commercial, retail, industrial and corporate office projects. Castro’s decision to establish a presence in California is a response to Magellan’s national clients’ future growth plans along the West Coast.

Magellan provides commercial and residential architectural services for restaurants, corporate office, retail, education, industrial/warehouse, mixed-use and banking. The company is currently assisting clients with their development in Washington, Oregon California, Idaho and Arizona.

For more information, visit www.magellanarchitects.com.




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