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Collaborative consulting and realistic solutions for property investments.

As a trusted national architecture, engineering and construction consulting firm, Marx|Okubo serves building owners, lenders and equity investors.



We deliver collaborative consulting and realistic solutions for the complex issues that come with dynamic property investments.

Leveraging broad technical expertise with deep local insight in architecture, engineering and construction, our knowledgeable regional project teams help mitigate risk, limit exposure and ensure there are no surprises down the line. Consider our consultancy documented assurance that you are confidently making the most informed property-related investment decisions possible.

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The value of a CASp review

August 3rd, 2016

Accessibility regulations can seem like a complicated maelstrom of overlapping and conflicting requirements. The confusion over codes makes easy prey for "drive-by" lawsuits, which often target small businesses that may not have the knowledge of what's required and will therefore opt to settle an individual claim quickly.

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Latest landscape trends reflect limited resources and modern lifestyles

May 25th, 2016

Like all design, landscaping is adapting to substantial shifts in sustainability as well as the new way people work in and around the built environment. One of the biggest national trend we are seeing is in native landscaping. This type of landscape design allows for climate-matched planting supported by sustainable amounts of irrigation. As resources become more limited, landscaping styles will continue to reflect this larger environmental issue.

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Welcome to the team

August 9th, 2016

Marx|Okubo welcomes Angela Stewart, P.E., Associate, Gustavo G. Chaves, LEED AP, CPMP, Associate, to its Atlanta office, Curtis B. Wayne, AIA, NCARB, Senior Associate, to its Northeast office, Michael R. Hirsch, Senior Associate, to its San Francisco office, and Michael Spassoff, Associate, to its Orange County office.

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