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Jackson Center for the Arts Phase II

 

Phase II of a 160,000sf performing arts pavilion containing a state-of-the-art 500 seat theater, a new music center, rehearsal space, dressing rooms, set and costume shops

 

Wyoming Welcome Center

 

15,000 sf welcome center and offices over 11,500 sf basement constructed of steel framing, rammed earth and exposed architectural cast-in-place concrete walls and features large expanses of glazing.

 

Lost Creek Cabin

 

3,500 sf residence located in a high snow and seismic region.  The residence is located on private lands surrounded by Grand Teton National Park and features expansive views of the surrounding landscape. 

 

Teton View

 

7,400 sf residence of contemporary design featuring large expanses of glazing and architecturally exposed concrete.

 

South Denver Residence

 

17,000 sf residence of highly refined and contemporary design.

 

Three Trees

 

15,000 sf composite steel framed residence featuring extensive use of insulated architectural concrete.

 

Woody Creek Residence

 

10,000 sf custom two-story residence with one level of basement.

 

Wildflower Ranch

 

7,000 sf residence featuring sustainable design, architectural concrete and exposed heavy timbers located in a high wind region.

 

Peaks View Residence

 

6,500 sf residence in a high snow and seismic region with partially exposed glulam beam construction.

 

Brasada Resort

 

LEED certified resort including a LEED Gold sales office, golf clubhouse, golf pro shop, bed and breakfast, recreation center and a post office.

 

Crossroads Center at Prescott College

 

22,000 sf steel and timber framed sustainably designed project consisting of a library, classrooms, community meeting space and cafe.

 

Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library

 

This downtown Pueblo, Colorado project incorporates the reinforced concrete frame structure of the former library into a steel and exposed architectural concrete building.  Structural challenges included a 3-story bridge that spans Bates Lane, cantilevered monumental stairs, and the wafer thin cantilevered 45-ft trellis at the south end of the building.

 

Doerr-Hosier Center

 

The Doerr-Hosier Center, the new conference center at The Aspen Institute, earned a LEED Green Building Gold Rating.  The 22,000 sf building was constructed using low-impact materials, making the most of natural lighting and devising a geothermal reflecting pool to heat and cool the building.  

 

Hawk Sculptures

 

Two 22 ft tall hawk sculptures and their foundations

 

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