State-of-the-art, 92,000-s.f. LEED® Silver certified community center designed for the underserved residents of Salem, Oregon.
Sammamish Community & Aquatic Center
Iconic community center that will integrate into a site adjacent the existing City Hall, library and park.
Arvada Police Community Stations
Prototype and subsequent full design of the first two Arvada Police Community Stations, serving the northeast and western sectors.
Kroc Coeur d’Alene
State-of-the-art community center voted the most attractive building in North Idaho by the readers of Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living magazine.
City of Aurora Public Safety Training Center (CAPSTC)
The new joint-use facility provides Aurora Fire and Police personnel with educational and scenario-based field training to better prepare for real-world situtations.
WECMRD Field House
First large-scale public building to complete Eagle County’s ECO-Build commercial program, stacked with energy- and material-efficient design.
Reclamation gem converted into a state-of-the-art worship, community, education and recreation center with a theater, gym, fitness, aquatics and more.
Hatfield-Chilson Recreation/Senior Center
Multipurpose community center that has become a hub of recreational, social and cultural activities for all ages.
The REC of Grapevine
Major renovation and expansion to enhance aquatics, fitness, active-adult and youth programming opportunities.
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.
Troy & Dollie Smith Family YMCA
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.
Erie Community Center
New community center with lap and leisure pools, a gymnasium, aerobics, weights, fitness, a climbing pinnacle, and teen and senior lounges.
Gypsum Recreation Center
New recreation center with multi-activity gymnasium, gymnastics center, climbing and bouldering walls, leisure pool with lazy river, and more.
Heather Gardens Community Center
Community for active independent adults, including a community center with indoor and outdoor pools, recreation facilities, a restaurant/bar, golf course and pro shop.
Las Cruces Regional Aquatic Center
New multi-phase recreation and aquatic center whose exterior brings a contemporary interpretation to New Mexico’s rich architectural vernacular.
82,000-s.f., LEED® Silver certified center with worship and performing arts education, family life and personal development, and recreation and aquatic opportunities.
The MARQ at Southlake
104,000-s.f. multipurpose community facility, with a senior community center and recreation center to be built in two phases.
Fairfield Community Arts Center
Cultural center with 250-seat performance theater, art gallery, studios, classrooms and conference/ community meeting rooms.
Veterans Memorial Aquatic 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.
Cutting-edge, LEED® Silver certified community center boasting nearly 97,000 s.f. of amenities, including a 500-seat chapel as well as fitness and aquatics.
Waunakee Village Center
New 45,600-s.f. community/senior center brought about through extensive public process, and located on a reclaimed factory site.
J. Leonard Levy Family Wellness Center
New state-of-the-art active-aging wellness center with a therapy and exercise pool, rehabilitation therapy and fitness center.
Durango Public Library
Cutting-edge, LEED® Gold certified library reflecting Durango, Colorado's commitment to a new standard for sustainability.
Municipal campus that combines civic administration, cultural, outdoor festival and retail uses in a lively new downtown setting.
Devil’s Thumb Ranch
Multiphased project adding new cabins, a state-of-the-art activity center, restaurant, lodge and spa to a high-end Rocky Mountain resort.
Arapahoe County Municipal Projects
Fifteen years of planning and construction projects, including studies, programming, tenant improvements and new construction.
Eagle View Adult Center
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.
Dinosaur National Monument Quarry Visitor Center
Major renovation and expansion, including sustainability upgrades, of a 1956 visitor center that had been closed due to unsafe conditions.
Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities
Revitalized arts center with museum, gallery, banquet hall, theaters, studios and an outdoor amphitheater.
North Richland Hills Public Library
New library, serving a community of 60,000, that uses traditional Texas civic building forms and materials and was planned for future expansion.
Huffhines Park & Breckinridge Park
Renovation of two Richardson, Texas ball fields to a championship level of play, resulting from a bond measure passed to upgrade facilities.
Cottonwood Recreation Center
High-performance recreation center with indoor leisure aquatics, athletic-fitness and health facilities, and a newly-renovated outdoor lap pool.
160,000-s.f. “Supercenter” boasting two sheets of ice, a themed aquatic center, teen pool, lap swimming and two spas.
Bentonville Community Center
New 78,000-s.f. community recreation center incorporating a pre-engineered metal building structure, significantly reducing overall cost.
Blue Springs Community Center
Study for a $35 million, 85,000-s.f. community center to be built into a sloping site, capitalizing on views into activity areas as well as scenic distant views.
Cortez Family Recreation Center
46,200-s.f. center that takes its design cues from old Spanish-mission-style architecture, reflecting the region’s varied influence.
Douglas H. Buck Community Recreation Center
Recreation and wellness center with a gymnasium, fitness and aerobics areas, and a natatorium.
Durango Recreation Center
The Durango Recreation Center, located on the La Plata County fairgrounds, boasts of ballfields, a river trail, outdoor sprayground, amphitheater and more!
East Boulder Community/Senior Center
55,000-s.f. facility featuring all-inclusive community recreation amenities and a dedicated senior center.
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.
Golden Community Center
Newly renovated community center that takes its design cues from Golden's mining history and the nearby School of Mines campus.
The Center of Recreational Excellence (CORE)
Comprehensive feasibility study, concept design and development plan for an 158,000-s.f. recreation center.
Huffhines Recreation Center
LEED® Silver certifiied recreation facility with multipurpose performance space, classrooms, a fitness area and competitive-style gymnasium.
Livonia Community Recreation Center
One of the largest recreation centers in the U.S., designed in a modernist style with contemporary materials.
Lone Tree Recreation Center
The first public facility in Lone Tree's New Urbanist development, whose architectural character sets the tone for all subsequent building.
Longmont Recreation Center
Architecturally inspired to celebrate Longmont’s agricultural heritage, the Longmont Recreation Center represents its citizens’ collective dream becoming reality. The public involvement process was extensive and residents stayed involved and informed throughout, o
Montrose Community Recreation Center & Field House
The design of the Montrose Recreation District’s Community Recreation Center is the result of several previous planning assignments where Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture was contracted to help with developing a program, design and building community support
Morenci Community Center
55,000-s.f. community center, packed with amenities, to serve as an anchor of the new Morenci town center.
Olathe Community Center
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.
Paul Derda Recreation Center
Innovative center themed with Colorado mountain elements, from huge boulders to adventure slides through rock formations.
Provo Recreation Center
160,000-s.f. comprehensive recreation center with multiple bodies of water, a large fitness center, multi-court gymnasiums, a large senior center and numerous other amenities.
The Natatorium Community Recreation & Wellness Center
The Natatorium Center was constructed through a unique funding method: a revenue bond repaid solely with user fees.
Vandalia Recreation Center
Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture programmed and designed this outstanding 60,000-s.f. center for Vandalia, Ohio
Westerville Community Center
Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture designed this 95,600-s.f. center as a vital addition to the community of Westerville, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus.