#WorksiteWednesday – The Eastern Washington University Albers Court improvements are nearly complete! We are waiting on furniture and fixture install in December, delayed due to supply chain issues. We wanted to share these images from the punch list as the courtyard could be covered in snow by then.
From the Spokane Journal of Business – learn more about the story of the City of Sandpoint’s comprehensive parks and recreation master plan and how it led to the rejuvenation of War Memorial Field.
We had a great time celebrating the Grand Opening of the ICCU Arena at the University of Idaho last weekend. The new ICCU Arena is an amazing addition to campus, and we are honored to have had a part in its design. Bernardo Wills Architects provided landscape architecture services to Opsis Architecture. Our designers coordinated with the civil engineer on issues such as site finish grading, pedestrian and ADA access routes, parking arrangements, hardscape areas, planting schemes, and site irrigation. We are thrilled with the project result and congratulate the University of Idaho administration, facilities department, and students (the Arena’s biggest donors) on this incredible addition that will serve generations to come. #GoVandals
#WorksiteWednesday Here are some photos from the final punch at Union Stadium, Mead School District’s new athletic and performance venue. We are very proud of this project and know it will serve students and families well for many years to come as a premier sports venue.
Throughout the 1990s, Bernardo Wills Architects worked on a series of projects for Spokane Public Schools to rehabilitate and renovate their high school athletic facilities.
#WorksiteWednesday At War Memorial Field in Sandpoint, ID, Phase 2 of the project is well underway. A new water access point and boat ramp, retaining wall, and parking lot are all under construction. These new additions will further improve this regional sports facility. #goteam #landscapearchitecture
#WorksiteWednesday We are thankful for clear, blue skies at the Ridgeline High School site in Liberty Lake. It is a very active site, with crews working on all fields – baseball, football, and prepping the tennis courts for paving. This will be a premier sports complex for high schools in the Inland Northwest.