Our annual Halloween Monster Mash took place at Chapman Crafted where staff took part in a costume contest, pumpkin carving/painting contest, food, prizes and lots of laughs.
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Here at AO you’re not just a number, you’re family. We believe in casual Fridays, company sponsored events, annual holiday parties, picnics, bowling and more. As the host of Toastmasters International, we seek to expand one’s confidence in public speaking, leadership and teamwork while providing both professional and personal growth. With collaborative work spaces and driven coworkers, AO welcomes creativity, learning, and lasting relationships.
AO staff joined in celebration of our 45th Anniversary at The Woman’s Club in Orange. The festivities included food, drinks, games, raffles, and fun with coworkers celebrating this incredible milestone.
This summer our Commercial Studio met at the Bruery Terreux Tasting Room in Anaheim for a beer-tasting event catered by Offset Barbecue. What a blast!
Every year to kick off the summer, AO employees devote one night to hang up their helmets and take to the alleys for a round of bowling, food, drinks, and good company. We bowled at Lucky Strike in Orange, strengthening our bonds and even earning brownie points for displaying some hidden bowling skills. The competition and prizes are an added bonus to an already fun night, making this a memorable crowd favorite.
Can we just taco ’bout how awesome this year’s annual taco day was?! Fiesta!
AO Archispeak Toastmasters was honored with guest speaker and world champion in public speaking, Lance Miller! Miller is a Toastmasters International world champion from 2005 and gave a great presentation called, An Internship for Success. More than 50 AO employees and Toastmasters members were in attendance for this great event.
Thanks to Two Doughs for the awesome open-air catering and friendly staff, and thanks to the whole team for your continued awesomeness! Let’s go, Team AO!
On a visit to Vegas, a few of our great Mixed Use Studio team members visited a potential new mixed-use project site, located just across the street from the new Raiders Stadium! In the top left photo, from left to right, are Project Director Bryan Tessner, Principal Bruce Greenfield, Partner Rob Budetti, and Senior Designer Lalaine Tanaka. Now that’s a great #architectselfie. Way to go, team!
Hunger Can’t Be Solved Solo… The AO troop mobilized for the premier voyage of the Millennium Fal-CAN as we summoned The Force to keep our cans hurdling through outer space, doing our part to send hunger into another galaxy far, far away. For the third time, AO participated in the Orange County Design-Build Competition, organized to “combine the fun of a design-build competition with an ingenious way to help feed hungry people”. The well-received, iconic sculpture was an engineering challenge for the team determined to showcase the piece in all its craft glory by designing a cantilevered, angled, presentation set for flight, complete with galaxy stars. The design went through months of 3D modeling, structural engineering, food product label design and profile research, pre-builds, revisions and testing to achieve the final sculpture, which took 7 hours to install after hours on August 31, for the Labor Day weekend premiere.