To propose a potential source of economic growth, Carter utilized AutoDESK to design an incubator space to fill an 11,000 square-foot junior anchor tenant space available in the Valencia Marketplace. The Valencia Marketplace is a shopping center adjacent to Interstate 5, where 281,100 cars pass per day, making the location of the incubator a viable location. Carter's proposal details a space that would provide physical space and services that fit the needs of targeted early-stage businesses, as well as business assistance.
After conducting a study that indicated that 38% of jobs in Santa Clarita are at stake of displacement, Carter researched the other potential impacts that would accompany the 4th Industrial Revolution. Carter stumbled upon the six emerging business models of 2030; realizing the lack of sustainability of Santa Clarita's retail industry. Taking note, he designed an infographic poster that raises awareness about the need for different business models in Santa Clarita's strip malls.
THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN SANTA CLARITA
As we approach the Fourth Industrial Revolution, entire businesses, jobs, and corporations will be destroyed if they are unable to adapt to the rapidly modernizing world. Possessing a narrow skillset will no longer be sufficient to thrive in today’s world. Businesses and employees will need to know how to diversify their business models and skills. View Adhith's take on the issue and the work he has done to research the issue and propose solutions.
Santa Clarita Valley lacks proper park facilities. Very few parks in the city provide a wide range of activities with functional facilities. To change that, I decided to remodel and redesign the structure of some of Santa Clarita's parks to increase the number of residents that use the park.