BRIDGES & SCULPTURES
United States Olympic and Paralympic Museum Bridge
Pedestrian bridge substructure and abutments, including the substructure at the east and west ends of the bridge. The EOR for the bridge is ARUP, KL&A is the EOR for the foundations and supporting structure.
16th Street Pedestrian Bridge
Pedestrian bridge spanning the South Platte River, designed and constructed of materials previously purchased by the City and County of Denver
Great Platte River Road Archway Monument
300 foot arch spanning Interstate 80 housing an interpretive center celebrating western migration in the 1800's.
Viceroy Dubai Wood Sculpture
Freestanding timber sculpture composed of curved glue-laminated timbers.
This large scale public art piece adorns the new light rail terminal at the south terminal redevelopment of the Denver International Airport. The piece consists of a regular march of cantilevered logs along both embankments of the terminal approach. Progressive changes in cantilever length lends a dynamic interest to the piece as passengers arrive by train. Colorado beatle-kill logs are a primary source of material.
This public art piece is located in Canton, Ohio and commemorates the frontier of the NFL. It is composed of carbon and stainless steel as well as dichroic glass.
This 20 foot tall dog sits outside the Denver Animal Shelter. It is composed of steel framing, wrapped in steel mesh, and clad with over 90,000 stainless steel dog tags.
This 12 foot carbon steel structure was installed at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York for the "Anyone And No One" exhibition.
Conventional shipping containers were deconstructed and reassembled to create a striking monument in the River North District of Denver. The choice of materials reflects the manufacturing and shipping history of the RiNo area.
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