Reclamation gem converted into a state-of-the-art worship, community, education and recreation center with a theater, gym, fitness, aquatics and more.
Theater addition with sustainable features such as solar PV roof panels and a rain catchment system.
Municipal campus that combines civic administration, cultural, outdoor festival and retail uses in a lively new downtown setting.
Phase 2 continuation of a large, 43-acre city park for the town of Erie, envisioned as a gathering place for all ages within the community.
Major renovation and expansion, including sustainability upgrades, of a 1956 visitor center that had been closed due to unsafe conditions.
Revitalized arts center with museum, gallery, banquet hall, theaters, studios and an outdoor amphitheater.
Addition and renovation to the existing Mission-66-style visitor center, including sustainable upgrades like active and passive solar.
A hands-on, experiential museum serving Denver's youth and promoting education through interactive playscapes and science.
Master plan, building designs, and renovations for the Georgetown-Silver Plume Valley railroad visitor facilities.
New $5.4 million, LEED® Gold certified transit and visitor centers serving Glacier National Park.
State-of-the-art, 92,000-s.f. LEED® Silver certified community center designed for the underserved residents of Salem, Oregon.
40,000-s.f. facility designed for the archiving of cultural and natural artifacts and scholarly research.
One of the largest in the family of The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers in the country, with 137,000 s.f. of space.
LEED® Gold certified facility with display areas, a theater/multi-use room, workrooms and collections storage.
Feasibility study and concept designs for a new community arts center and library in a joint facility.
State-of-the-art community center voted the most attractive building in North Idaho by the readers of Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living magazine.
Large, stone-clad comfort station adjacent the historic Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, closely matching the aesthetic of the existing building.
6,000-s.f. exhibit reexamining traditional Western themes and symbols based on the most recent historical and artistic interpretations.
Programming, budgeting and preliminary design concepts for a new museum in Chama, New Mexico.
Education and interpretive center with hands-on nature and environmental displays, wildlife exhibits, classrooms and meeting spaces.
New rehearsal hall, recording studio, video studio, practice rooms, and performance hall expansion plan.