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Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
Architecture landscape design
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  1. Architectural Planning Design and Construction Acommitmenttosustainablearchitecturehasbeen a part of our practice for over three decades. We develop landscape/site and building designs that harmonize with the overall goals of our clients while maximizing the beauty of the project sites.
  2. Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church Columbia, Missouri PWA developed a functional, energy-efficient and environmentally sensitive design for this 16,000 square foot office building located in the sensitive Hinkson Creek watershed.
  3. “Being good stewards of available resources is an important value for our organization. PWA certainly helped us incorporate environmental values into our building design.” -Reuben Wilbur, former Treasurer and Director of Administrative Services Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church
  4. Completed: 2006 Construction Cost: $2.7 million Architect: Brad Wright, AIA, CCS Landscape Design: Suzanne Wright, Master Naturalist and Ann Wakeman at Rock Post Wildflowers
  5. Conservation Campus Nature Center Cape Girardeau, Missouri The20,000squarefootfacility,completedinMayof2005, includesindoorandoutdoorinteractiveexhibits,outdoor learning stations, gardens and landscaping, discovery trails, wildlife viewing areas, a conservation resource room and access to potential mobile conservation units
  6. “We are especially pleased that the building [Cape Girardeau Nature Center] itself is designed not only to conserve energy and other natural resources, but to serve as a learning tool, offering opportunities to educate about conserving resources.” -Missouri Department of Conservation
  7. MasterPlanning&Design
  8. Completed: 2005 Construction Cost: $5.2 million Architects: Brad Wright, AIA, CCS and Erik Miller, AIA, CDT
  9. Remington Nature Center, St. Joseph, Missouri The “crown jewel” of St. Joseph’s riverfront development includes approximately 5,000 square feet of exhibit space, an auditorium, classrooms, an aquarium, cafe, offices, and outdoor viewing areas.
  10. From the beginning the team sought to develop a landscape/ siteandbuildingdesignthatwouldharmonizewiththeoverall goals of the project and maximize the natural beauty of the project site.
  11. Planning&Design
  12. Working closely with the City of St. Joseph, the architects found ways to reduce energy loads, conserve water, minimize waste, and promote the health and satisfaction of the users and visitors of the facility.
  13. Completed: 2008 Construction Cost: $4.5 million Architects: Brad Wright, AIA, CCS and Erik Miller, AIA, CDT
  14. Missouri Credit Union, Columbia, Missouri While providing the site with a pleasant, more natural environment, the landscaping and rain gardens help filter contaminants and pollutants before they enter the storm water system. Primarily native plants were used for landscape, with some non-native plants for late fall and winter color.
  15. Completed: 2006 Construction Cost: $2.2 million Architect: Brad Wright, AIA, CCS Landscape Design: Suzanne Wright, Master Naturalist
  16. Fire Station No. 7 Raingarden, Columbia, Missouri Completed: 2009 Construction Cost: $1.76 million Architect: Erik Miller, AIA, CDT Landscape Design: Suzanne Wright, Master Naturalist
  17. Eco Schoolhouse, Columbia, Missouri The project’s sustainable focus prompted the school’s principal and teachers to integrate sustainability into the school curriculum and parents to donate time and materials to expand the garden. Developing a tangible example of sustainable design for use by school-aged children and the community allowed the team to pursue broad fund- raising and promotional opportunities.
  18. Completed: 2008 Construction Cost: Time, materials and labor donated by the community. Architect: Nick Peckham, FAIA Landscape Design: Gene Hrdina, Designer Landscape
  19. Boys and Girls Town Columbia, Missouri Completed: 2010 Architect: Erik Miller, AIA, CDT Landscape Design: Suzanne Wright, Master Naturalist
  20. Thomas Jefferson Agricultural Institute Planning Columbia, Missouri The Thomas Jefferson Agricultural Institute is a multi-stage project that combines an administrative building for the Jefferson Institute staff and a Visitors Center dedicated to education and exhibition of farming practices.
  21. Department of Conservation Regional Office, Columbia, Missouri This new 12,789 sq. ft. facility will have sustainable features including a geothermal heating and cooling system. Rain gardens and examples of urban conservation practices will be incorporated outside of the building.
  22. Status: Under Construction Architect: Erik Miller, AIA, CDT Landscape Design: Patti Banks Associates
  23. 15 S. Tenth Street Columbia, Missouri 65201 Ph: 573.449.2683 Fx: 573.442.6213 www.PWArchitects.com bwright@pwarchitects.com

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