Active-Adult Center Projects
Windsor Community Recreation Center Expansion
In February 2012, the Town of Windsor commissioned Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS), GreenPlay LLC, and Water Technology, Inc. to analyze options for the expansion of the Windsor Community Recreation Center.
Lewisville Multigenerational Recreation Center
In 2015, residents of Lewisville voted for a $135 Million bond package that included funds for the design and construction of a multigenerational recreation center.
Thornton Senior Center Facility Assessment and Renovations
The City of Thornton hired BRS to provide design services for the improvements of the Thornton Senior Center which included a new entrance vestibule, new reception area and more.
Heather Gardens Community Center Addition & Renovation
Community for active independent adults, including a community center with indoor and outdoor pools, recreation facilities, a restaurant/bar, golf course and pro shop.
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.
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.
Hatfield-Chilson Recreation/Senior Center
Multipurpose community center that has become a hub of recreational, social and cultural activities for all ages.
Westminster Village Wellness Center
New Active-Adult recreation and wellness facility to serve an expanding and vibrant community.
Waunakee Village Center
New 45,600-s.f. community/senior center brought about through extensive public process, and located on a reclaimed factory site.
Fort Collins Senior Center
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.
East Boulder Community/Senior Center
55,000-s.f. facility featuring all-inclusive community recreation amenities and a dedicated senior center.
Malley Senior Center
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.
The REC of Grapevine
Major renovation and expansion to enhance aquatics, fitness, active-adult and youth programming opportunities.
The Marq Southlake
104,000-s.f. multipurpose community facility, with a senior community center and recreation center to be built in two phases.
Livonia Community Recreation Center
One of the largest recreation centers in the U.S., designed in a modernist style with contemporary materials.