What an amazing year! 2017 saw TEECOM reach the Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area, open a new office in Portland, and complete incredible projects for clients such as Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, the Aruba Customer Experience Center, and the audiovisual upgrades to the California Academy of Sciences Morrison Planetarium and coral … Read more
In October, TEECOM was named to the 2017 San Francisco Business Times’ “Fast100,” the annual list of Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area. In an environment full of high-powered Silicon Valley venture-funded startups, we took particular pride in making the list. As those Silicon Valley startups know, however, growing fast comes with challenges. One … Read more
On April 21, 85 volunteers planted 23 trees in downtown Oakland. When mature, these trees will provide oxygen for 46 people a year. According to some studies, one tree produces an average of 260 pounds of oxygen each year. That’s enough to support two human beings. Trees = life. They also help create a connection to … Read more
Every year, TEECOM looks for ways to make a difference in the community of Oakland, where our headquarters is located. For the past two Earth Days, TEECOM brought the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (AEC) industry together to clean up and revive Lafayette Square Park in downtown Oakland. This year, we switched gears to support Earth Day Network’s goal of … Read more
Since TEECOM was established in 1997, giving back has been a continuous top priority within our organization. We strive to provide our employees with multiple opportunities throughout each year to volunteer, donate, and support local organizations. Our giving back program, TEECOMcares, aligns with our organization’s core principles: demonstrate that we care; establish and maintain trust; and add … Read more
In 2014, TEECOM was invited to join the City of Hope’s Northern California Real Estate & Construction Council Bike to Hope event. TEECOM’s giving back program, TEECOMcares, supports our community and the organizations our employees care about most. With many avid cyclists in the office who ride weekly, and some who even bike to work every … Read more
On April 22, 2015, TEECOM organized an Earth Day event that brought together over twenty firms (150 volunteers!) from the Architecture Engineering Construction industry across the Bay Area to clean and enhance Lafayette Square Park in Oakland, CA.
One of the most common questions employees and clients ask our CEO, David Marks, is “what is the future of TEECOM, and where the company is going?” In response, David wrote an internal message to the entire TEEm that addresses those questions, and it was so inspiring that we wanted to share it with all our clients and potential clients.