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Year in Architecture 2013: A Destination Place

November 15, 2013  |  

Mesa County Libraries Central Library, Grand Junction, CO, gained 9,000 square feet of space and now totals 45,000 square feet. It houses a shaded outdoor patio and a 230-person-capacity community room, a much larger teen space, and six study rooms. Natural light floods the building, and the Regional History Room received a “historically flavored” renovation...

Denver Venture The Source Collects Artisans, Foodies Under One Roof

September 3, 2013  |  

In San Francisco, food lovers flock to the Ferry Building Marketplace, where they pick up chanterelles from Far West Fungi, slurp down oysters on the half shell at MarketBar and peruse lemon tarts from the bakery Miette. In Seattle, they head to Pike Place Market for cold chenin blanc at Cafe Campagne, bouquets from Sua Yang Farm and fresh Columbia River steelhead from City Fish...

Southlake Approves Design Contract for Recreation Center

August 7, 2013  |  

The Southlake Community Recreation Center moved a step closer to reality Tuesday with approval of a design contract for the first phase—the senior and community wings. The $1.623 million contract with Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture of Denver covers design of those portions, plus schematic design for phase two...

J. Leonard Levy Family Wellness Center Therapy Pool Wins Aquatics International Dream Designs Award

July 8, 2013  |  

A 2,432-square-foot warm-water pool, with jetted therapy stations, a resistance current channel and access ramp, serves mostly senior citizens. But features like swim lanes and an exercise area engage younger bathers, too...

Provo Rec Center Sees Big Membership Numbers in its First Month Open

June 20, 2013  |  

Provo City this week announced some numbers on how the new Provo Recreation Center has been received by the community. The initial feasibility study reported that Provo City could expect to see about 4,000 memberships sold by the end of June. The city reports that as of this week, they passed 10,000 memberships sold...

Drive at TAXI Named Westword’s Best of Denver 2013 “Best New Office Building”

March 28, 2013  |  

Drive, designed by Stephen Dynia Architects with Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, is very cool, with jutting forms covered in dark metal cladding that's set against raw concrete...

City Negiotiating With Design Firm for Community Center

March 13, 2013  |  

Sammamish is likely to hire architectural firm Barker Rinker Seacat to design the new community center for about $2 million. The city will not be putting the contract out for bids. The Denver-based firm is the same one that conducted the feasibility study for the community center, and which developed some of the initial proposals for what shape the center might take...

Sidney, Nebraska Pool Consultants Present Plans to City Council

February 25, 2013  |  

Sidney swimming pool consultants Doug Whiteaker from Water Technology, Inc., Jeff King with Ballard*King and Associates and Chuck Musgrave, an architect with Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (a partner with Water Technology, Inc.) approached City of Sidney City Council members last night with three different plans and locations for the new pool to be built on...

City Council Sees Initial Design for Grapevine Community Activities Center

February 21, 2013  |  

A soaring, two-story pool complex, two roundabouts and a common plaza are among the elements of the proposed master design plan for the Grapevine Community Activities Center. The pool would be visible through a glass wall from the new, second-floor fitness area, and the front entrance would move to the opposite side of the building to face east...

Construction of Aquatics Center to Start This Fall

January 28, 2013  |  

Construction on the Long Bridge Park Aquatics, Health and Fitness Facility is expected to begin this fall. The $80 million facility is to be built just north of Crystal City in Long Bridge Park...

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