The updates to the City of Post Falls’ Black Bay Depot activity center are complete! We worked with the City of Post Falls Parks and Recreation to transform the building formerly housing the Senior Center Thrift Store into a dynamic, flexible activity center to meet their programming needs. Interior improvements included adding activity rooms, an entry area, public restrooms, and accessory storage rooms. Our landscape architects made improvements to the parking lot areas and designed a back yard community learning area.
On the Bernardo Wills Architects Microsoft Teams site, we have channels dedicated to asking our colleagues tough questions. They could be related to current projects, COVID-19 design considerations, or personal projects. One our of staff members raised the following topic on our “Ask a Landscape Architect” channel last week.
When the existing on-campus facility for the Jesuit Community at Gonzaga University was reaching the end of useful services, the University opted to build a new facility, rather than remodel.
As we make plans for the coming weeks and changes in our daily lives, our mission is more important than ever. It serves as a guide for our decision-making and keeps our focus on what is most important. Bernardo Wills Architects is here to make communities better. We do this by giving our clients’ purpose a place. We design places, spaces, and visions.
On March 12th, we celebrated the groundbreaking of the newest Vivacity Care Center in Spokane Valley, Washington. This facility is a partnership between Vera Whole Health and Premera Blue Cross to bring advanced primary care clinics to the Spokane area. Bernardo Wills Architects is providing our full slate of services, including architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture for this project. We are honored to be working with these healthcare providers, as well as Meridian Construction as our General Contractor.
Matthew Halstead, BIM/CAD technician, has joined BWA. He is currently providing drafting, design, and construction support for two new buildings in Washington state: Vivacity Care Center, a primary-care medical clinic in Spokane Valley, and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories’ SEL Event Center in Pullman.