Join us for an engaging presentation of the recently opened San Mateo County Navigation Center Project.
Located in Redwood City, the San Mateo County Navigation Center provides safe, temporary living spaces and support services for individuals and couples, to help clients secure more stable, permanent housing. The project features modular, prefabricated units that were constructed off-site and assembled on location, for quick and cost-efficient project delivery.
Learn about the planning and construction process for the project, the current services and programs provided at the San Mateo County Navigation Center, and how this facility ties into the County’s efforts to address the supply of temporary and permanent housing options in our community to achieve functional zero for homelessness.
Meet our presenter
Mark Warren is an architect and an associate at the Office of Charles F. Bloszies, FAIA, an architecture and structural engineering firm in San Francisco. Mark has worked on several navigation center facilities in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties as a designer and project manager, concurrently with the firm’s other projects in the office, retail, and education sectors. Mark is a Fulbright scholar, and has published articles and book chapters in the field of architectural history. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley, where he has also taught as a Lecturer.
This will be a free virtual event.