The restaurant business is booming with over $800 billion in annual revenue every year. One way our Robbins|Reed commercial clients are standing out from the increasing number of competitors is through innovative architecture and design. Today Robbins|Reed Builders is sharing the restaurant design trends diners can expect to see pop up in San Luis Obispo and across the country.
Kick off the New Year with a sneak peek of the future. We don’t exactly have a crystal ball, but Houzz does. They’re sharing a comprehensive countdown of interior design trends and features we expect our Robbins|Reed Custom Home clients to be all about in 2018. Scope it out before contacting us to turn your favorite ideas into the real deal.
The Fall issue of Cal Poly’s Construction Management Department’s magazine, Construction Innovator, features none other than Robbins|Reed and we’re stoked about it.
The profile shares how our very own Construction Management Mustangs Grant Robbins (’94) and Shawn Reed (’92) have made a practice of hiring talented Cal Poly alums. Founded in 2007, our San Luis Obispo contracting and real estate development firm has encouraged alumni hiring alumni for over a decade. The feature also recognized Robbins|Reed for what we are – the premier builders on California’s Central Coast.
Both Robbins and Reed were given shout-outs for their contributions in our community. Robbins for his involvement with the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, and Reed for his outstanding leadership of Habitat for Humanity. Not to mention, he’s a board member of the Home Builders Association of the Central Coast.
Beyond founding partners Robbins and Reed, our capable team is made up of numerous Cal Poly graduates, including:
- Partner Aaryn Abbot (‘06)
- Vice President Ryan Adams (’06)
- Director of Custom Homes Stephen Griggs (’00)
- Project Manager Gil Bastidas (’12)
- Construction Manager Scott Merson (‘05)
- Accounting Administrator Matt Reddell (’11)
- Project Engineer Jeff Hadley (‘16)
Construction Management Lecturer Stacy Kolegraff founded the Cal Poly Women in Construction club in February of this year. Kolegraff shares that the organization is dedicated to empowering women through mentorship, networking, youth outreach, and industry support, including scholarships. The club is open to all Cal Poly students interested in construction.
That’s a wrap on our latest local headlines. Know that our commitment to hiring Cal Poly graduates and supporting women in construction is important to every one of us.
Here at Robbins|Reed we’re committed to creating better living by design. Today we’re proud to announce our latest Communities project, Noveno, is now under construction. The collection of 67 single-family homes off Orcutt Road in San Luis Obispo is a contemporary expression of mid-century modern architecture that’s uniquely California. Learn all about the Noveno community here.