#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.
This photo has us dreaming of sunny days. Did you know the Bernardo Wills Landscape Architecture team designed the landscape for the Gonzaga University Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center?
In 2018, the Bernardo Wills Architects landscape architecture team started designs for improvements of the University of Idaho campus drive and admin circle. T
Bouten Construction is busy constructing the new medical education, health sciences, and innovation building for Gonzaga and the University of Washington School of Medicine.
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
This week, the University of Idaho will celebrate the Grand Opening of the ICCU Arena. This facility will be home to the university’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. Bernardo Wills Architects provided landscape architecture for this beautiful. Check out the first look from the Spokesman-Review.
Photo credit: Geoff Crimmins of the Spokesman-Review.
One of our landscape architects got to visit the University of Idaho last week and see our 7th Street Improvement project. It is still awaiting final completion but looked great with the plum trees in bloom. The goal of this project was to create a pedestrian mall here on 7th Street, which is the beginning of campus tours, and match the branding and character of the rest of the campus. Go, Vandals!
As we celebrate our Zags this week, we would like to highlight one of our favorite projects at Gonzaga University. The central design objective of the John J. Hemmingson Center project was to create a signature building to serve as a focal “place of gathering and learning” for both the on-campus and off-campus Gonzaga community. The 167,726 square-foot, four-level facility is located on the eastern edge of campus and includes multi-level, multi-venue dining, a pub, an 800-person, multi-purpose gathering place, various retail areas, student clubs, and University programs, and a 200-person auditorium/theater. The Center is a major hub for socializing, dining, academics, and services for the Gonzaga community. #GoZags