Reclamation gem converted into a state-of-the-art worship, community, education and recreation center with a theater, gym, fitness, aquatics and more.
LEED® Gold certified active-aging center for residents of the City of Brighton, with recreation, fitness and aquatic elements to be added in subsequent phases.
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.
One of the largest recreation centers in the U.S., designed in a modernist style with contemporary materials.
Ultramodern, environmentally sustainable aquatic recreation center with loads of amenities.
State-of-the-art community center voted the most attractive building in North Idaho by the readers of Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living magazine.
New state-of-the-art active-aging wellness center with a therapy and exercise pool, rehabilitation therapy and fitness center.
52,000-s.f. aquatic center that includes a competitive 50-meter pool and spectator seating for 800, plus loads of energy-saving features.
State-of-the-art, 92,000-s.f. LEED® Silver certified community center designed for the underserved residents of Salem, Oregon.
Modern 72,000-s.f. community center with a façade of wood and native Kansas stone that ties it into the existing Olathe community vernacular.
Iconic community center that will integrate into a site adjacent the existing City Hall, library and park.
LEED® Silver certifiied recreation facility with multipurpose performance space, classrooms, a fitness area and competitive-style gymnasium.
New recreation center with multi-activity gymnasium, gymnastics center, climbing and bouldering walls, leisure pool with lazy river, and more.
New multi-phase recreation and aquatic center whose exterior brings a contemporary interpretation to New Mexico’s rich architectural vernacular.
Major renovation and expansion to enhance aquatics, fitness, active-adult and youth programming opportunities.
27,500-s.f. addition and 21,000-s.f. renovation to an existing YMCA facility, including a new lap and leisure pool and renovated gymnasium.
First large-scale public building to complete Eagle County’s ECO-Build commercial program, stacked with energy- and material-efficient design.
Innovative center themed with Colorado mountain elements, from huge boulders to adventure slides through rock formations.
New 45,600-s.f. community/senior center brought about through extensive public process, and located on a reclaimed factory site.
55,000-s.f. facility featuring all-inclusive community recreation amenities and a dedicated senior center.
New outdoor family aquatic park with leisure pools, a lazy river with a wave machine, two towering waterslides and interactive spray features.
New 52,000-s.f., energy-efficient center designed with every age in mind, featuring a leisure pool with lazy river, MAC gymnasium and more.
Comprehensive feasibility study, concept design and development plan for an 84,000-s.f. recreation center.
Master plan of a park and community center featuring indoor tennis, basketball courts, a large natatorium, fitness space and more.
Design of the clubhouse, pro shop, founder's cabins and lodging for a world-class golf course in eastern Colorado.
Energy-efficient active-aging center featuring social areas and a park-like setting, aerobics and fitness areas, a lap pool, dining hall, meeting rooms and more.
Phased design solution combining classic aquatic center elements with current popular trends.
Major updates to an existing country club, including a new bar and grill, outdoor patio, pool, pro shop, lockers, food service and offices.
Study and conceptual design for a new civic park and complex to include ice, recreation and wellness centers.
$2.5 million luxury clubhouse with scenic views of Golden Valley and the Rockies, created in conjunction with Golden’s premier 18-hole golf course.
The first-ever “from-scratch” senior center, built in the city of Englewood in 1978, including a gymnasium, fitness center, meeting rooms, computer lab and more.
Multiphase master plan and facilities design to prepare the university for its move to NCAA Division I AA competition.
Multipurpose community center that has become a hub of recreational, social and cultural activities for all ages.
Needs assessment, design concept and feasibility study for a new community recreation center.
12,010-s.f. lodge-style clubhouse with amenities ranging from a café and library to an indoor/outdoor pool.
Community for active independent adults, including a community center with indoor and outdoor pools, recreation facilities, a restaurant/bar, golf course and pro shop.
Renovation of two Richardson, Texas ball fields to a championship level of play, resulting from a bond measure passed to upgrade facilities.
Feasibility study to analyze current conditions, program new facilities, and recommend a master plan.
104,000-s.f. multipurpose community facility, with a senior community center and recreation center to be built in two phases.
Development plan for campus athletics and recreation assessing varsity athletic, intramural, student and staff needs.
Outdoor aquatic park located on a 25-acre recreation campus complete with waterslides, an interactive play features and a competition pool.
Comprehensive feasibility study and site selection for a new community recreation center to serve mountain communities in the Fraser Valley.
100,000-s.f. student recreation center outfitted with new finishes, furniture, service counters, millwork and graphics.