What’s On the Boards?— NEWS

What's On The Boards?

We are excited to share with you a new section of our website where we will feature projects in progress and highlight various milestone developments on those projects. So much goes into a large scale project far before it is complete and the doors open. With this new section, we can provide an inside look at what we’ve been up to lately. To kick off our new On the Boards section, here are some recent project highlights showcasing what you can expect to see in the future.

Nacht & Lewis is working with the County of Napa to design a minimum custody correctional facility to provide an environment that fosters cognitive behavioral change and allows individuals to build a foundation for transition back into the community.


Nacht & Lewis worked with the San Juan Unified School District to develop a series of classroom standards focused on 21st century learning environments that could be built quickly with high quality results.


Next time you visit the Nacht & Lewis website, be sure to access our On the Boards section from either of the two actions shown below:

  1. Throught the main menu bar under our Portfolio button.
  2. From within each of our sector main pages.

We hope you enjoy this peek into active Nacht & Lewis projects and as always, if you have any questions, let us know! We would love to hear from you.

April 28, 2016

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