• MARVIN BAMBURG
    MARVIN BAMBURG
    PRINCIPAL, AIA, CSI, LEED-AP, NCARB
  • MAIA GENDREAU
    MAIA GENDREAU
    ASSOCIATE, AIA, CSI, CDT, BIG RATER
  • QING GAN
    QING GAN
    PROJECT MANAGER, AIA
  • PAMELA YOSHIDA
    PAMELA YOSHIDA
    PROJECT MANAGER
MARVIN BAMBURG
PRINCIPAL, AIA, CSI, LEED-AP, NCARB
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Illinois,1958 High Honors

REGISTRATION
Registered Architect; CA C-4649;
Nevada 3115; NCARB File No. 22-670
Licensed Fallout Shelter Analyst, May ’67, Reg. No. 7tt-1138-67
Licensed General Building Contractor, California No. 315752
Registered Disaster Service Worker, California SAPV10308
LEED Accredited Professional, October 2008
Listed in the California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS)
ORGANIZATIONS
  • American Institute of Architects (Chapter President 1981)
  • Rotary Club of Campbell, CA (Past President 1973-74 and 2012-13)
  • California Trolley & Railroad Corp. (Vice-president & Executive Board)
  • Construction Specifications Institute (President 2006-07)
  • Alpha Rho Chi, Architectural/Social Fraternity (past president 1957)
  • Tau Beta Pi & Sigma Tau, Engineering Honor Societies
  • Gargoyle Architectural Honor Society
  • International Conference of Building Officials (Member)
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation; Heritage Council (County)Preservation Action Council, San Jose (Advisory Board)
  • Willow Glen Business & Professional Association Board (Vice Pres 2006-07)
  • Friends of the Winemakers (Museum committee chair)
  • City Lights Theater Co. (Board member 2007 to present; president 2013-14)
ACTIVITIES
Architectural Consultant, City of Campbell (1972-1973)
Campbell & San Jose Inventory of Historic Sites (evaluator 1980)
Advisor, City of Santa Clara, Historic Landmarks Comm. (1987)
History Museums of San Jose, Development Council (1984-96)
Eastfield Ming Quong Board (1985-1992)
Insurance Trustee, California Council AIA, Chairman 1990 & 1995
Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, Building Committee (1989-90)
Historic Preservation Committee Chairman, AIA/SCV, twelfth year
Willow Glen Beautification Project Committee, Chair1995, (Treasurer)
Willow Glen Parking Advisory Task Force (1994)
County Preservation Advisory Team Member, State Historical Preservation Office (1989-90)
Chai Care Board of Directors (1995-98)
San Jose Code Enforcement Appeals Commission (1992-1995)
San Jose Disabled Access Advisory Board (1994-98)
AWARDS

Temple Emanu-el Altar Reconstruction, 1979, San Jose

Certificate of Commendation, SCVAIA “Great Places”, 1982

Sourisseau Academy (San Jose State University), Local History Award, 1985

American Planning Association, Western Region, Planning Award for the SJHM Master Plan (team effort), 1996

EXPERIENCE

MILITARY SERVICE

Captain, U. S. Naval Reserve, Civil Engineer Corps (Retired)

1989 – PRESENT

MBA Architects, San Jose, CA (President)

1985 – PRESENT

Expert Witness, construction litigation – 18 cases

1996 – 1997

Bamburg/Bonesteel Architects (principal architect)

1978 – 1989

Marvin Bamburg Associates, Inc. – San Jose, CA

1968 – 1978

Marvin Arthur Bamburg, A.I.A. – San Jose & Campbell

1964 – 1968

William W. Hedley, Jr., A.I.A. – Campbell, CA

1963 – 1964

Miller and Steiner, Architects – San Mateo, CA

1960 – 1963

Design Officer, Officer-in-Charge of Construction, Japan

1959 – 1960

U. S. Naval Construction Battalion, Okinawa

MAIA GENDREAU
ASSOCIATE, AIA, CSI, CDT, BIG RATER
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts (double major in Environmental Design and History of Arts, Architecture). Univ. of Calif., Santa Cruz, 1986. Graduated with honors in both majors.

Certificate of Level III Training, AutoCAD, Copper Connection, Santa Clara, 1992.

REGISTRATION

Registered Architect, CA 1995 License No. C25647.

ORGANIZATIONS
  • Member, American Institute of Architects.
  • Alumni Association, University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Member, Construction Specifications Institute.
ACTIVITIES

Santa Clara Valley Chapter, AIA

Santa Clara Valley Chapter, CSI past President (Director)

 

EXPERIENCE
1986 TO PRESENT

MBA Architects, San Jose

Multi-Unit Residential:

Tierra Encantada; Clover Studios, Zoe House, Sobrato 2; Troy Apts.; Vivente I; Dent Commons; Homebase; Homeport; Peace Grove Apts.; Milagro Housing; Casa Linda; Casa de los Amigos; King Road Inn, Oakwood Apts.

Office, Commercial, Interior Space Planning:

American Medical & Equipment Supply; Garden Alameda Offices; LMT Office Bldg.; Santa Clara County Park/Recreation Hdqtrs.; MBA Architects Offices; Gilroy Courthouse; County Courts ADA Remodel; Dept. of Social Services, San Martin; Blossom Hill Post Office Exterior Imprvmts.; Los Gatos Post Office; Garden Theatre Tenant Imprvmts.; Asso. of Calif. School Administrators, Burlingame; Gateway Retail Ctr.; James Ranch Counseling Bldg.

Restoration and Historical Surveys:

Freeman House; Sun Microsystems Governor’s Manson and Admin. Bldg.; Sobrato 2 Transitional Hsg.; Portola Valley Schoolhouse Rehab.; Reconstruction of the Nino House; Jefsen Hotel Rehab.; Rast Remodel/ Restoration; NG SHIN GUNG, Chinese Temple; Boskovich Residence Remodel/ Restoration; Monterey Rehab. Guidelines; Buffington House Restoration; 232 Univ., Los Gatos; County Archives/Railroad Museum; Moffett Field Survey.

Master Planning, Design Studies/Reports, Streetscape Improvements:

Willow Glen Streetscape Design Plan, Guidelines and Improvements; Edenvale/White & Quimby Shopping Ctr. Design Studies; Rosicrucian Park Master Plan; Santa Clara County Parks Dept. Evaluation of 17 Facilities; Feasibility Study for Transitional Housing at Agnews West, Santa Clara; Master Plan for Clayton Valley Presbyterian Church campus; Feasibility Study for Valley Medical Ctr. Bldg.

 

1985 TO 1986

Urban Programmers, San Jose

Santa Cruz County Architectural Historical Survey:

Research, field survey, and documentation of structures throughout the unincorporated areas of Santa Cruz County in accordance with National Parks Service Historic Preservation Guidelines.

Wehner Mansion Conservation Plan:

Field survey, mapping research, and documentation of the Wehner Mansion winery and grounds.

QING GAN
PROJECT MANAGER, AIA
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, School of Architecture, Tsinghua

University, Beijing, P.R. China, 1989.

REGISTRATIONS

National Class 1 Registered Architect, China, 1997

Senior Architect, P.R. China, 1999.

Senior Architect, China, 1999

Registered Architect, California, USA, 2017 License #C-36327

EXPERIENCE
11/2012 – present
Project Manager/Project Architect, MBA Architects, San Jose, CA, USA
06/2006 – 12/2009
Has diverse responsibilities that include design, production, and management.  Lead or involve in remodels and new projects, including commercial, residential, institutional, and mixed-use projects.

 08/2011 – 11/2012

Project Manager/Project Architect, Studio T-SQ, Oakland, CA, USA

Lead or involve the design of mainly multi-family/mixed-use and commercial projects both in the US and China. Including high-rising concrete residential and high density urban housing. Help the company to explore Chinese market.

 

01/2003 – 03/2006
Chief Architect & Studio Director, Beijing Architectural & Engineering Design Co., Beijing, P. R. China

Designed and managed all the domestic and international projects in studio. In charge of market investigation, business negotiation, specific design leading (i.e., building design, district planning, and interior design), project quality control,  construction supervision, coordination with different parties, and human resource assignment.

01/2002 – 06/2002
Designer, Cuningham Group, Minneapolis, MN, USA

Involved in the schematic design and working drawings of projects (i.e., Casino, resort, and hospitality).  Helped the company to explore the Chinese market.

08/1989 – 03/2001
Project Architect and Project Manager, Beijing Architectural & Engineering Design Co., Beijing, P. R. China

Played important role in master planning, building and interior design for commercial, institutional, and residential projects, such as residential complex, large-sized shopping center, office building, luxurious hotel, education, house and apartment building, and villa. In charge of all design phases and coordinating with clients, contractors, engineers and city government departments. Initiated and developed schematic designs.

05/1996 – 03/1997
Design Superintendent (part-time), BDCL Architects (Canada)–Beijing Office, Beijing, P. R. China

Provided interior design and completed preliminary design for a 38,000sqm government office building in Qing Dao and a 120,000sqm commercial complex building in Beijing.

PAMELA YOSHIDA
PROJECT MANAGER
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, 1980.

ORGANIZATIONS
  • Midon Kai Pr Professional Women’s Group
  • Mataro Kimekomi Doll Academy
  • Nikkei Matsuri
  • West Valley Japanese American Citizen’s League
  • Nisei Ski Club
  • Banner Run (10K Run)
  • Japanese American Community Foundation
ACTIVITIES
Midon Kai Pr Professional Women’s Group- Director (2008-present)
Mataro Kimekomi Doll Academy Member (2005-present)
Nikkei Matsuri Board of Directors (1999-present)
West Valley Japanese American Citizen’s League, Board of Directors (1996-present)
Nisei Ski Club, Board of Directors (1989-2002)
Banner Run (10K Run); Board of Directors (1990-1993)
Japanese American Community Foundation, Founding Member (1989-1991)
EXPERIENCE
1997 TO PRESENT
MBA Architects
Tenant Improvements:

Symantec Corporation

Residential:

Various single family residential remodels; multi-family housing

Laboratory Facility:

Crime Lab Remodel, Santa Clara County

Retail:

The Classic Rock (jewelry); Western Contract Interiors (furniture)

Food Service:

LaBodega Deli; Winchester Mystery House Snack Bar

Museum:

Japanese-American Museum, San Jose

Medical:

Pediatric Cardiology Center; The Heart Associates

Historic:

Winchester Mystery House Addition; Residential Addn/Remodels

05/91 – 12/96
Bonesteel Architects, Inc. (Steinberg Architects)
Tenant Improvements:

California Microwave; Altatron Inc.; Symantec Corporation; Viking Freight Systems

Restaurant Remodels/Addns:

Emile’s Restaurant; Mission City Roasting Co.; Newport Fish Market, So. San Francisco

Sports:

Spring Valley Golf Course Club House

11/87- 05/91
The Steinberg Group
Mult- Unit Housing:

Hillstone; Redwood Shores I & II; Del Medio (Sr. Hsg);Sterling Court (Sr. Hsg); Sterling (Z-Lot Line Homes); Trellis Square Apts

Schools:

Davis School Renovation; Cupertino School District

Residential:

Custom residential for 11,000 sf home in Atherton

01/87- 11/87
K + CZL (KCZL Architectural Group)
Religious:

Visit of Pope John Paul, San Francisco Arch Diocese; Events at Saint Mary’s Cathedral and Candlestick Park

10/83 – 01/87
Porter-Jensen-Hansen-Manzagol (PJHM Architects/ AEDIS)
School/Sports Addns/Remodels:

Menlo Atherton Classroom; Logan High School Gym; Mtn View Sports Pavilion; Benicia Elem. School; various remodels for elementary schools in Campbell, Union City, San Jose, Mtn View, Hollister, Benicia School Districts

02/82 – 10/83
Winston & May (May and Kwock AIA Architects/ Ahearn & Kwock Architects
Hospital Remodels:

Various remodels for Kaiser Hospitals

Military Remodels:

Corp. of Army Engrs., Oakland Army Base Housing Study

08/81- 02/82
Hom & Jang (EDII International)
Tenant Improvements:

Bank of America World Hdqtrs, San Francisco

04/81- 08/81
David Takamoto & Associates
Residential:

Indoor Racquetball Court

Industrial:

Consolidated Freight Terminals