Congratulations to all the winners of Best Places to Work for 2023!
What makes a company a Best Places to Work? This year’s North Bay Business Journal survey asked employees to rate their company on Communication, Respect, Fairness, Pride, Camaraderie and Mental Health. We share these values and understand that each person at TLCD Architecture is equally important and part of our overall success as a business.
Reflecting on our engagement in the community, our commitment to our team and a passion for the built environment, we thought it would be fun to share a trip down memory lane since last year’s nomination.
Pictured below left to right: Our team embraced Bike to Work Day and rolled up their sleeves volunteering at Food For Thought Food Bank in Forestville.
Picture below left to right: Celebrating Pride Month and getting out on the greens in support of the Napa Valley College Foundation.
Picture below left to right: Summer interns got a feel for job sites and we toured several projects currently under construction.
Pictured below left to right: TLCD families came out to support the Human Race and joined the community for Dr. Frank Chong’s retirement from SRJC.
Pictured below left to right: Looking sharp in our black shirts at the Redwood Empire Food Bank and Em Grayho at the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Career Fair.
Picture below left to right: Mike Hauser Academy students at TLCD’s office and a relaxing summer picnic under the oaks at Doyle Park.