S.L. Leonard & Associates is making an impact on underserved communities, including these projects in South Los Angeles: Freedom Plaza – A 113,000 SF Community shopping center in Jordan Downs for Primestor Development, designed by Nadel Partners freedomplazawatts.com Jordan Downs Area H Phase II, 97 units of affordable housing for Bridge Housing designed by AC Martin [...]
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Sean was born and raised in Hong Kong and came to the United States as a foreign exchange student and the first in his family to attend college. Growing up, Sean said that his parents were “models of humility and industry.” His father was a member of the Royal Hong Kong Regiment “The Volunteers” who fought [...]
At S.L. Leonard, we see ourselves as a team of visionaries. It is important to us that our team has interests and expertise beyond the sound educational structures of the profession. We value members who can bring community involvement, unique interests, talents, and abilities to our group. We see such a diversity of backgrounds as an [...]
When you are considering a real estate project, there are dozens of cost areas to measure up when drawing up a budget. Categorizing them and laying them out in your budget, or on your final project cost sheet, can be difficult. By breaking them into hard and soft costs, you can better get a picture of [...]
The delivery method of a project can be a tricky process to navigate, but it is exceptionally important to the project going well for you. As the owner, it’s one of the many conditions you’ll need to work out with your vendors and contractors. It can be a little unclear what the best project delivery methods [...]
There are many tasks that an owner’s representative or construction manager will perform over the course of a project. Plenty of them are highly visible – tasks such as obtaining permits, evaluating proposals, setting up a meeting, and monitoring progress as the project proceeds. For a construction manager or owner’s representative, one of the most vital [...]
Non-profit organizations often find themselves in difficult spots. They exist to accomplish a not-for-profit goal, and in many cases, that goal is to provide valuable services to the local community. These goals also generally do not bring in any sort of income for the organization, meaning that operational funds need to be found other ways, through [...]
The market for talented workers is tight as is – and for non-profit organizations, the recruitment and retaining of talent is even harder, due to the constraints of being a not-for-profit organization. These organizations aim to devote as much as possible towards the cause or goal of their mission, which can sometimes create a squeeze. In [...]
The construction industry is not just about getting a paycheck, particularly as you are elevated to senior or leadership roles. Even then, you can’t just lead – you need to engage leadership strategies. The construction world is about creating, fulfilling projects, and building for the future. While women in construction have been limited in the past [...]