LAMVIN was recognized by CISCA (Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association) in 2018 for its design of acoustical panels for the Hoover Institution’s Traitel Building in Stanford, California. Recent projects include the Mauna Kea Hotel, Hawaii, the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse, Nike Corporate offices in Oregon and Google offices in California. Locally they have designed panels for San Marcos High School, Oceanside’s historic First Christian Church, the 333 Pacific Restaurant and numerous others.
Gray recently applied for and received the “California Competes Tax Credit”, an income tax credit available to businesses that want to come to California, or in LAMVIN’s case -- stay and grow in California. In order to qualify for the tax credit, a business must have expansion plans to create jobs in California over the next five years. Since the program launch, 112 San Diego companies have won $66 million in tax credits.
LAMVIN currently employs 28 full time employees and with the tax credit seeks to hire an additional full time employee, and purchase new equipment to lower increasing energy costs as well as to keep abreast of changing design aspects and the needs of clientele.