Capuchino High School Athletic Complex Nears Completion

Carducci Associates approaches the final stages of construction completion for the Capuchino High School Athletic Complex Project.  Over the years, Carducci’s team has dedicated itself to improving the complex athletics-based program for this project, including new baseball, soccer, softball and multi-purpose fields, new tennis courts, sports and pedestrian lighting and Accessibility updates.  Lead landscape architect Bill Fee and Lead landscape designer Jin Kim facilitated the design and construction of the modernized athletic facility for Capuchino High School, along with Timothy Skinner, Joel Franceschi & George Chacon, with Greystone West Company Construction Management, Goodland Landscape Construction, ZFA Structural Engineers, Bohley Consulting (Civil), and Zeiger Engineers (Electrical). 

Hard Hats Off to the complete team for making this one of the most significant and successful athletic fields developed for the San Mateo Union High School District! For more info about the project see:  https://www.carducciassociates.com/projects/project/capuchino-high-school-athletic-complex-project

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Don Biddle Community Park / Grand Opening

Don Biddle Community Park  is now open for all (as of Sept. 24, 2022)! During the grand opening festivities, it was quite a sight to see, as people enjoyed every inch of the park, and as laughter and excitement filled the playgrounds and picnic areas. City of Dublin stakeholders and Biddle Family spoke words from the heart, highlighting the importance of public parks. Carducci Associates is proud to be a part of such an amazing team that brings great parks to all. Don Biddle Community Park ties together West and East Dublin, and a vision to link history with innovation inspired the design. When one takes a stroll on the D-loop, every corner of the great lawn, community garden, sports courts, parent paddock, adventure playground and art sculpture installations (by Steven Whyte) present opportunities for memorable experiences. We hope that Don Biddle himself would have been delighted to see what his hard work helped produce.


Tim Skinner is Promoted to Project Director / 2022 Promotion

Timothy Skinner, Landscape Architect, has been a positive leader and done the hard work for Carducci Associates for over eight years. In recognition of his exemplary professional growth as a Senior Associate, Carducci Associates has given him the additional title of Project Director. In this role, Tim serves our clients’ needs, directs, checks and coordinates the design of multiple projects, mentors and supervises staff, and uses his special talents to progress public school projects through the rigorous approval process of the California Division of the State Architect. The principals look forward to Tim’s success in this role, his leadership for firm management and to inspire others to perform well.

A venue for all seasons: the San Rafael High School Stadium provides an environmentally sensitive lit event area for a deserving community.



We are really sad to say goodbye to our intern Pian Zhang, but before she flies back to the east coast we would like to feature one of her amazing projects from her first year at RISD. We wish you the best and hope you visit again soon!



“Phillipsdale Landing has witnessed industrial developments along Seekonk River over centuries since 1860, which has been drastically shaped to a post-industrial waterfront wasteland. Though being totally dismantled, what these factories left are contaminated soil and topography shaped by industrial activities, leaving the land barren through decades while slowly getting into succession with the reoccupation of pioneer plants. Despite being a wild urban void, it is located at a crucial ecological node for both anadromous fishes and migratory birds. The question for us is how to make the voids vibrant again by bringing out its potential.

We conceive a possible shift from extractive human-centric productivity to sustainable natural resources production, which aims for interrelating ecological restoration, economic anchoring, and activity programing. Through healing the ground, making profits from green, and bringing back life, This site-in-transition is supposed to adapt to future new systems, which will reunite fauna, flora and people and lead to a vibrant future.”

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