In This Issue

• Save the Date
• Lunch On Us
• The writing's on the wall...
• Project Snapshots
• Duggan Scrapbook

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You won't want to miss this...

We're on Week 4 of our Q1 Lunch On Us promotion! Winners so far are:

Week 1: Ed M. with the Ratkovich Company in DTLA
Week 2: Karla D. with CBRE in Century City
Week 3: Patrick M. with the Onni Group in DTLA
Week 4: ???????

Remember - each estimate we give you counts as 1 entry. A new winner is picked every week throughout the 1st quarter! Read the full details here.

Email with any questions.

The writing's on the wall...

Looking for something creative and functional to modernize your office space? Here's a few ideas that Duggan and Associates can help you install!

Dry Erase Coating

Chunky whiteboards are out, writing on the walls is in. Relive your childhood wall art without the repercussions of a time-out. By coating your office walls with a dry-erase paint, you can write your notes, to-do lists, present elaborate diagrams from floor to ceiling/wall to wall, or just doodle life-size portraits of the boss while you've got that fascinating conference call on speakerphone, all directly onto those clean, white walls. Or you can use a clear, dry-erase paint over colored walls, if you've got that contemporary look going on.

And if you fall into the Type A category, where everything must be nice and neat, you can opt for a lined wallcovering option, or a custom-printed layout for schedules or whatever other 101 uses you might have. Your friendly Duggan sales rep can walk you through all of your options to find what best suits your needs.

Chalkboard Paint

Does the sight of chalk dust trigger a happy nostalgia in you? Do light colors on a dark background jumpstart your creativity? Or do you just like to be at the forefront of the latest trends?

If you answered "yes" to any of these, you may want to consider a chalkboard paint for your wall(s). It's a fun, affordable option that's great for contemporary spaces in common areas and recreational rooms. Leave chalk out for your tenants to doodle with, or consider hiring a chalk artist to create temporary art on a regular basis. They also make less messy chalk markers if you answered "no" to the first question above.

Magnetic photo wall, photo by Matt Richardson

Magnetic Coating

Are you the sticky note type, but not a fan of those brightly colored papers littering your floor when their stickiness wears off? Perhaps you like to constantly move your notes around based on various factors, thus leading to the sticky note adhesive degradation. If so, then you may want to consider a magnetic coating for one or more of your office walls. Not only can you organize your desk full of quick reference sheets, or use it as a central bulletin board space for your office team, but you can stock up on fun magnets to express your personality, or use adhesive magnets to artistically display whatever your heart desires!

Custom designed Tac Wall product and photo from Koroseal's website

Tackable Wall

Or perhaps you like the feel of pushpins popping into place, or want something with a more customizable look. Consider a tackable wall, either floor to ceiling/wall to wall, or a smaller area next to your desk, depending on its intended use. Boring, brown corkboards are a thing of the past, design a tackable surface that fits your color scheme, and start stocking up on color coordinated pushpins.

Whatever your style, whatever your needs, there's a surface option that will work for you. Give us a call for a free quote for your space.

P: (310) 323-3600

Painting and epoxy floor coating at the Kennedy Wilson managed 7060 Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood
Epoxy coating and stenciling at the McCarthy Cook managed 655 Central Ave. building in Glendale
Painting at the CBRE managed Water Garden complex in Santa Monica
Multi-spec epoxy coating in the valet area of Hines managed 10100 Santa Monica Blvd. in Century City
Painting (walls and shelving) and epoxy floor coating throughout the suite for tenant, Goethe Institut, at the 5750 Wilshire Blvd. building in Los Angeles
EV Station epoxy coating and stenciling at Hines managed 10100 Santa Monica Blvd. in Century City
Complete strip of wood doors with new stain application at Douglas Emmett managed 16830 Ventura Blvd. in Encino
Epoxy coating and striping at 400 N. Brand Blvd. in Glendale, via THH Construction
Wood table refinishing at the Equity managed Colorado Center in Santa Monica
Strip and coat all metal, lobby doors with a urethane finish at the CIM managed Hollywood and Highland parking garage
Removal of acoustical panels, skim coating, and painting at the Equity managed Colorado Center in Santa Monica
Graphic wallcovering installation at LAX Airport via Turner Construction

Chris Duggan being inducted onto the 2016 BOMA Los Angeles Board of Directors at the BOMA Awards of Excellence dinner
(photo by Allen Altchech)

Celebrating Sheila's birthday at the office

Crystal at the first 2016 IREM LA Communications Committee meeting

Celebrating Roger's birthday at the office

Our November and December 2015 Employees of the Month

Attending an informative lunch seminar with fellow IREM members at the Palm Restaurant in DTLA

Showering Joe with baby gifts for his soon-to-arrive newborn

Attending an IFMA Los Angeles event held at the CBRE headquarters in DTLA

Duggan and Associates went skiing and snowboarding with friends in Big Bear on a trip coordinated by IREM Los Angeles! Here's some shots of all the fun.

(Photo by Paul Gnasso)

(Photo by Paul Gnasso)

(Photo by Paul Gnasso)

(Photo by Paul Gnasso)

(Photo by Paul Gnasso)

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