Digz 2 Go By NYU Designs
Written by Janet Thome
Paul Nyulassie is the founder and Architectural Designer of Digz 2 Go, specializing in movable tiny homes, modular design and construction. Paul has been working in the Architectural and Construction industry for the last 26 years.
He earned his Architectural degree in 1992 from Cal Poly Pomona, University while working for Zimmerman Architects & Planners. He had the opportunity to work on the VDL Neutra House restoration drawings and coordinated the Salon D’ International Architectural Exhibit in Milan Italy & UCLA. He later taught Building Methods & Space Planning at FIDM San Diego & San Francisco.
Strong Education In Modern Design
With a strong education in Modern Design, Paul had a desire to learn construction costs and was hired as a Cost Estimator with CSDA Architects in San Francisco. His interest of construction costs continued and was later hired with Hathaway Dinwiddie as a PM & Cost Estimator. As well as, worked for Fisher Development Project Managing construction of Retail Stores on the West and East Coasts.
By 2006, Paul started NYUDesigns & built a speculative home in Mill Valley. After the stick-built project was complete, he began researching the benefits of Modular Construction as an alternate method of controlling costs & schedule.
For the past 8 years, Paul has designed several Custom Modular Residences throughout the Bay Area & Los Angeles.
Now Offering ADUs And Movable Tiny Homes
Digz2Go is now offering more affordable housing solutions in these high-priced areas. The company is providing smaller homes, ADUs (Accessory Dwelling Units) & Park Models ( movable tiny homes) With the State of California now enforcing Planning & Building Departments to allow 2nd Units, the Design Review Process is becoming more streamlined with easier Approvals.
LA Gives The Green Light To Movable Tiny Homes
Los Angeles has just followed the lead on Dec. 12th, 2019 of Fresno and San Luis Obispo to allow movable tiny homes as ADUs. Dan Fitzpatrick, the President of THIA was one of the key proponents to open the door to movable tiny homes as permissible and permanent dwellings. The LA ordinance requires certification for movable tiny homes.
More cities will be following, in the very near future.
Nationwide Delivery For Movable Tiny Homes
Paul is designing custom built movable tiny homes from 150 to 400 square feet and can be delivered nationwide from the San Francisco Bay Area.
All Digz 2 Go modular and movable tiny homes will be inspected and certified by RADCO INC, recognized as an independent third-party testing laboratory (TL-209), listing agency, and a Quality Assurance Inspection Agency (AA-650) by IAS (International Accreditation Service, Inc.).
RADCO is also nationally recognized as a Design Approval Inspection Agency (DAPIA) and Inspection Primary Inspection Agency (IPIA) for the Manufactured Housing program (HUD) and can provide DAPIA and IPIA certification for any state modular program that allows a third-party to do so. In addition to the above services,
RADCO has extensive experience in approval for gas systems and special flame effects used in the entertainment industry, as well as Plan Review and Inspection services for Special Purpose Commercial Modular’s (SPCM), Park Models, MRI units, and much, much more.
Licensed Plumbers And Electricians
In addition to being certified, all homes are built with premier materials, licensed plumbers and electricians, following the CalGreen Building Code Standards.
CalGreen Building Codes
The California Green Building Standards Code is Part 11 of thirteen parts ofthe official compilation and publication of the adoption,amendment and repeal of building regulations to the California Code of Regulations.
The purpose of this code is to improve public health, safety and general welfare by enhancing the design and construction of buildings through the use of building concepts having a reduced negative impact or positive environmental impact and encouraging sustainable construction.
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