The RAR Architects team field-measured, documented and structurally analyzed the historic Courthouse in Holbrook AZ – the client was concerned with settling floors and significant cracking in key walls. Among other items, they requested analysis of the vibrations caused by the nearby railway track.
• 2100 General Admission lawn seats
• 650 covered orchestra seats
• 6-10 serviced vendor spaces, 15-20 non-serviced vendor spaces
• Restroom, first-aid and concession facilities
• 60’x40′ covered outdoor stage with full A/V capabilities
Pepsi Amphitheater (formerly Pine Mountain Amphitheater) at Fort Tuthill Fairgrounds was an entire master-planned performance venue designed around a pre-existing stage at the fairgrounds.
The slope lent itself to a natural amphitheater, so RAR was able to design an outdoor stage roof and backdrop/performer’s prep rooms around the existing stage, and re-grade the site to allow for a path back up the hill to the concession/first-aid/restroom facility we designed as the entry element for all the venue amenities.
The amphitheater enjoys heavy use by a number of professional musicians every year.
Fire station and community meeting room for Summit Fire District
Remodeling an existing administrative building to provide a new court room, I.T. space, secure entry and judges’ chamber.
Four story office building. Combines restored three-story strcture with new four-story lobby element.
Completed project includes underground parking for 27 automobiles.
• 44,000 sf elementary school
• $2,200,000 budget
• 850 students
• Design/Bid/Build project
A co-design Design/Bid/Build project, together with R. Michael Bell, this was a new school facility in the rural Animas Valley area near Durango.
It was a single-story masonry building design with a wood-frame roof system and a metal roof.
As a K-6 elementary school, it provides classrooms for 850 students, together with assocated administrative space, cafeteria, administrative space, and open recreation areas.
The project budget was $2,200,000, with only one no-cost change order.
Construction time was 9 months.
Addition of a new student activity room, classroom space and offices at the existing Sechrist Dormitory on the campus of Northern Arizona University
New 17,000sf accommodation high schools for Coconino County Accommodation School District.
New buildings of masonry and metal frames with metal roofs, the interior spaces were designed to be flexible enough to provide space for many functions, from High School classes to day care facilities.
New fire station at Townsend-Winona and Cosnino Rd in Flagstaff. Also includes a community center area.
A new maintenance bay at an existing fire station