Major renovation and expansion, including sustainability upgrades, of a 1956 visitor center that had been closed due to unsafe conditions.
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.
Addition and renovation to the existing Mission-66-style visitor center, including sustainable upgrades like active and passive solar.
Theater addition with sustainable features such as solar PV roof panels and a rain catchment system.
Renovation of two Richardson, Texas ball fields to a championship level of play, resulting from a bond measure passed to upgrade facilities.
New $5.4 million, LEED® Gold certified transit and visitor centers serving Glacier National Park.
New bus shelter and visitor area with ranger station, interpretive displays, trail maps and weather information.
LEED® Gold certified facility with display areas, a theater/multi-use room, workrooms and collections storage.
Large, stone-clad comfort station adjacent the historic Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, closely matching the aesthetic of the existing building.
40,000-s.f. facility designed for the archiving of cultural and natural artifacts and scholarly research.
Parks maintenance facility complete with staff offices, locker rooms, break rooms, vehicle maintenance bays, storage, and parking for 60 vehicles.
Prototype visitor facilities building providing camper services for three Colorado state parks.