City of Phoenix Pecos Community Center + Police Substation Model

City of Phoenix Pecos Community Center + Police Substation

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    • The Ahwatukee project is a hybrid "mini city hall" that includes a variety of programs and services at one location for City of Phoenix-sponsored services and events from the Parks & Recreation Department, Police Department, Public Works Department, and Human Services. The 39,000 sf center includes recreational facilities, a senior center, police substation with secured parking, public meeting space and classrooms, a gymnasium, fitness room, and administration area and lobby. A Citizens Service Center provides public access to the City Clerk, the Streets and Transportation Department and the Water Services Department. The design reconciles the variety of existing park programs through four separate entries that link the park and correlating parking lots. The architecture responds to the existing aesthetic through graphic use of integrally colored split-face masonry. Upon entering the facility, the materials become smooth reinforcing a geode-like concept and accentuated by interlocking tensile fabric canopies.
    • Studio Team
      Douglas Brown
      Eddie Curiel
      Peter Goldammer
      Todd Gordon
      John Kane
      Christopher Kelly
      Delicia Orozco
      Bill Osborne
      Eliseo Ramirez
      Mark Roddy
      Alan Rosen
      Joseph Salvatore
      Victoria Snively
      Jeanie Thorn

    • Project Team
      Owner: City of Phoenix
      Structural: Brickey Design Associates
      Mechanical: Taylor Rymar Corporation
      Electrical: CR Engineers
      Civil: J2 Engineering & Environmental
      AudioVisual: ExhibitOne
      Landscape: Terrano Design
      Cost: Abacus Project Management
      Kitchen: Design-Tec
      Survey: Sage Alliance Corporation
      Geotechnical: Speedie & Associates
      CMAR: Haydon Building Corp
      Photographer: Architekton, Michael T. Masengarb–Architekton, Haydon Building Corp
    • Award
      2007 American Parks & Recreation Association: Facility of the Year

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