Jaiya was the project manager for the Mayfair Community Center from design development through construction. She managed and coordinated production of the design and contract documents and worked closely with the developer to ensure accurate execution of project details. During construction Jaiya was the day-to-day contact and architect representative for the client and contractor.
Broadway Retail Complex, Job Captain
Jaiya Alamia was job captain for the On Broadway Retail Complex in Redwood City. She refined many of building shell details, coordinated the construction documents, and worked full time on the project from design development through construction administration. During construction, Jaiya assisted the project manager with the day to day work of issuing bulletins and clarifications, reviewing submittals, responding to RFIs, attending meetings, coordinating with consultants, and developing signage criteria for the retail complex.
Natomas Community Center & Library, Job Captain
Jaiya was the job captain for the design development and construction documents for The Natomas Community Center and Library Complex. This civic community project includes a 31,000 SF community center, 14,000 SF library and phased 25 acre park. The facility received the American Public Works Association’s 2002 Project of the year award. Jaiya worked closely with the project architect to develop many of the custom architectural details including the decorative columns, window mullion design, floor and ceiling details, lighting layout, and interior finishes.
Saratoga Library Expansion, Job Captain
The Saratoga Library remodel and expansion more than doubled the size of the existing library. Jaiya worked closely with principal architect Mark Schatz and lead designer Steve Lovell on the schematic design drawings and scale models for this project.
“Jaiya is a skillful leader, equally organized and thorough, plus an excellent communicator with clients, consultants, and her team. Jaiya always rises to new challenges and seeks opportunities for growth both professionally and personally.” – Kim Fisher, Architect