10 JUNE 2019 : EVENTS

Gould Evans to Host “CommUNITY in the Hub” Event During San Francisco Design Week

“No man is an island.” – Frida Escobedo, Architect and 12th Street Plaza Designer

Join the conversation with Frida Escobedo at our “CommUNITY in the Hub” event during San Francisco Design Week to learn more about the 12th Street Plaza design concept and her ideas for activating public space. Monday June 24 from 6-8:30pm in Streetspace at Gould Evans, tickets available at

20 MAY 2019 : EVENTS

Progress on the SFSU Holloway Avenue Student Housing and Mixed Use Project

Gould Evans Associate Principal Brandon Kent and Principal Bob Baum standing on the third floor of our San Francisco State University Holloway Avenue Student Housing and Mixed Use project, looking east over the courtyard with concrete work in progress!

American Campus Communities Build Group, Inc.

14 MAY 2019 : EVENTS

Brady Street Visioning Workshop

Last week we hosted a ‘Brady Street Visioning’ workshop in our San Francisco Studio. We invited neighbors and community members to give input on improvements they’d like to see on our block (Brady Street between Otis and Colton Street).

Our studio sits within ‘The Hub’—a neighborhood currently being revitalized—and we’re hoping to make updates to our street in the future. Stay tuned for more!

09 MAY 2019 : EVENTS

Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area Service Project

We had a great time rolling up our sleeves and building kitchen cabinets to complete the renovation for our awesome client Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area! The work that this national organization does in providing long-term, one-on-one mentors to the most vulnerable children in our communities is powerfully transformative.

15 APRIL 2019 : EVENTS

Senator Scott Wiener Discusses More HOMES Act of 2019 (SB 50) at Gould Evans San Francisco Studio

Thank you Senator Scott Wiener for coming to our San Francisco Studio to discuss your bill, the More HOMES Act of 2019 (SB 50). This bill is aimed to encourage California to build more, higher-density housing next to quality transit, attempting to help address the state’s affordability and displacement crisis.

We’re delighted to have been able to host this event together with the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and provide our community an intimate space to discuss their thoughts about the bill. To learn more, visit:

12 APRIL 2019 : EVENTS

American River College STEM Building Project Concrete Pour

Gould Evans Courtney Howard and Arthi Suthaharan were on site today during the first pour of the lower floor slab at our American River College STEM Building project.

19 MARCH 2019 : EVENTS

North Bay Development Tour

Gould Evans Principal Doug Thornley recently attended the North Bay Development Tour, showcasing rebuilding opportunities in the Santa Rosa area. Read more here:




Gould Evans Announces Associate Principal Promotions

December 13, 2018 – Gould Evans is thrilled to announce five Associate Principal promotions across our studios. The selection of our future leaders is the most important action we take to influence the quality and direction of our firm’s future.  To this end, Kelly Dreyer, Emily Harrold, Aaron Herring, Brandon Kent and Graham Smith have been named as Associate Principals. They join our six current Associate Principals at this level of leadership within our firm.


San Francisco State University Breaks Ground on Holloway Avenue Student Housing and Mixed Use Building

San Francisco State University broke ground yesterday on the Holloway Avenue Student Housing and Mixed Use Building.

This is the first project the University is delivering via Public Private Partnership, and we’re proud to partner with the development team of Pacific Union Development Co. and American Campus Communities.


Gould Evans Principal Doug Thornley Voted in as New Member of the Board of Directors of Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

Gould Evans Principal Doug Thornley was recently voted in as a new member of the Board of Directors of Good Samaritan Family Resource Center in San Francisco!

This is the second time Doug has been a board member for the Center whose mission is to help vulnerable families, including immigrant families, access needed services, develop self-sufficiency, and participate fully as members of the San Francisco community. Learn more here: