We’ve moved… and reduced our GHG emissions, too. Great news! Impact Sciences recently moved from our Pasadena office to an incredible space within the Fine Arts Building in downtown Los Angeles. Our new office sits above the 7th and Metro Center subway station, which has made it far easier for our employees to take Metro […]
On October 30th, along with the National Association of Women Business Owners, we celebrate the incredible achievements of women. Join us for a lively conversation moderated by Impact Sciences’ Owner & Managing Principal Jessica Kirchner Flores. Hope to see you there!
The women of Oakland wore red in support of International Women’s Day on March 8. International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. Enzo, the official dog of the Oakland office, and chair of the morale committee, also dressed in red to show his solidarity.
The LAUSD Board of Education certified the Final MND for the Monseñor Oscar Romero Charter School (MORCS) on Tuesday December 9, 2014. Impact Sciences published the Draft MND in August of this year and completed the Final MND in October. In addition, the Board approved the project, allowing YPI Charter Schools, Inc.to move forward with […]
The Los Angeles City Planning Department is embarking on one of the City’s largest planning initiatives to date: re:code LA, a comprehensive revision of LA’s outdated zoning code. First adopted in 1946, the current Code has grown from a simple, 84-page pamphlet to an unwieldy, 600+ page book that inadequately realizes a 21st Century vision […]