Firm News> Miller Hull Opens Office in San Diego

Shft+Alt+Del, West
Friday, May 20, 2011
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Rendering of the San Ysidro Border Crossing, which is already the world's busiest.

Seattle architecture firm Miller Hull, a  past winner of the AIA national Firm Award, may be best-known for their work in the Pacific Northwest, but they’ve also been active in San Diego for the last seven years. Now the firm is finally opening an office in the city, giving them a physical presence and simplifying things for their architects and for clients.

They’ll start out with five people in the office, including design partner Craig Curtis and managing partner Norman Strong, who will split their time between San Diego and Seattle. Miller Hull’s projects underway in the city include the renovation of the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry, which is the busiest border crossing in the world; and the UC San Diego Structural and Nano Materials Engineering Building. They’ve also completed the mixed-use Wharf at Point Loma Marina and the Pier 32 Marina.

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