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Klopf Architecture Project Team: 
John Klopf, AIA
Geoff Campen
Mason St. Peter

Structural Engineer: DJ Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: Monterey Energy Group
Contractor: Matarozzi/Pelsinger Construction

Photography Mariko Reed

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