ELS Architecture President and CEO Clarence D. Mamuyac Jr., FAIA, LEED (B.A. Architecture '81, M.Arch. '85) was named the new chair of the College of Environmental Design's Dean's Advisory Council for the 2018-19 fiscal year. The CED Dean's Advisory Council is a select group of alumni and friends who care deeply about the College of Environmental Design and serve as its ambassadors with fellow CED alumni, alumni of the University, and others whose professional and philanthropic interests align with CED's purpose. Mamuyac will be leading a council of 26 CED alumni and supporters.
Mamuyac met Donn Logan, former principal of ELS Architecture and Urban Design, while in graduate school at CED and joined ELS after receiving his Master of Architecture degree from Berkeley in 1985. Now he leads the nationally recognized firm, which has been among the Architect 50 the past several years. The firm’s portfolio includes cultural, educational, sports and recreational facilities; retail and mixed-use projects; urban design; and historic preservation and renovation.
Mamuyac has presented at national conferences about campus and sports architecture, participates in panel discussions at CED and was a recent guest on The Modern Architect, a Stanford University radio show and podcast. His work includes sports and recreation centers for Stanford University, the University of Southern California and the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently working with Canada College on their $90MM Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance facility and with the City of Redwood City on their $100MM Joint Veterans Memorial Senior Center and YMCA, targeted for LEED Platinum.