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Recent Scale Models From the Architectural Precision Models Studio

Here are some of the models APM recently built.

Proposed Veterans and YMCA by ELS Architecture and Urban Design

These two models were built for ELS Architecture in Berkley of their design for Redwood City’s proposed project to build a beautiful new compound including YMCA and Veterans building surrounded by a park setting and incorporating some existing athletic fields.

Both models: one overall of the two buildings together and park surroundings; one a section model through the Veterans building entry lobby and theatre were constructed of Birch Wood.

The display stands were also built of Birch by Linda Murphy, shipped to Redwood City, CA and installed in the lobby of Redwood City Development Department where they both can be viewed today. They are delicate and graceful models fully detailed on display in a public space.

Scale: 1″ = 20′

Installation view of models

Detail of Digital Fabrication

Top view of model

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CyrusOne Tech Data Center, Santa Clara, CA

Scale: 1/16″ = 1′

Detail of model highlighting cooling systems

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PowerPlant Park, Livemore, CA

Architectural Precision Models did commercial scale model for PowerPlant Park in Richmond, CA. This is greenhouse for cannabis craft-growers and canna investors.

Entrepreneurs may no longer need to choose between San Francisco or Oakland to launch a venture in cannabis cultivation following Richmond’s approval of an 18-acre grow operation, PowerPlant Park, that will house 160,000 square feet of rentable canopy space.

Scale: 1/4″ = 1′

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San Francisco Business Times Features Richmond’s PowerPlant

Entrepreneurs may no longer need to choose between San Francisco or Oakland to launch a venture in cannabis cultivation following Richmond’s approval of an 18-acre grow operation, PowerPlant Park, that will house 160,000 square feet of rentable canopy space.
PowerPlant Park will consist of an 824,000-square-foot campus featuring a manufacturing and processing facility, CO2 extraction lab, pre-roll assembly line, full-service restaurant, tasting rooms, an education center and a meeting hall.
It would would employ more than 500 people, becoming Richmond’s second-largest employer after Chevron. CEO Richard Treiber will act as landlord for 44 greenhouses where tenants can grow and sell product as licensed microbusinesses — the first cannabis business model of its kind in the state, and possibly the country.

Visit the Power Plant Park websitefor details.

Visit the SF Business Timesfor entire article.


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